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$249.00

Signa S3

UNIVERSAL SOUND BAR AND WIRELESS SUBWOOFER WITH CHROMECAST BUILT-IN

Polk Patented Voice Adjust Technology

Hear every word. Choose from three distinct levels to reproduce clear, crisp dialogue and never miss a single word of your favorite movie, TV show or sporting event.

Works with Google Assistant

Use your voice and Google Assistant to control your music — play, pause and adjust volume. Use the Google Home app to group it with other Chromecast-enabled speakers to play music throughout your home. Google Home speaker sold separately.

Effortless bass

Bass you can feel

Paired with the sound bar, the included wireless subwoofer reproduces deep bass impact you can feel for all your home theater and music needs.

One remote for your tv and sound bar

Signa S3 automatically works with Samsung, LG, Vizio, TCL and Sony TV remotes to control volume as well as most CEC enabled TVs.

Bluetooth Music Streaming

Connect and play music directly from your smartphone, tablet or other compatible device.

Low-Profile Design
Easy Setup

Why Polk Audio

The real question is, why anything else? We’ve always made the best speakers at the best price - that’s it. 

But for storytelling’s sake, let’s back it up to 1972 where a group of friends, talented engineers, and music lovers got together with the skillset, the ambition to make the best speakers they could afford, and the attitude to change the establishment. That day, a speaker company was born with a clear vision for quality and a powerful mission for value. 

Each and every day since then, all Polk products are the result of tight-knit collaboration, teamwork, and our collective passion to make great sound available to as many people as humanly possible. 

A mission like that requires more than engineering expertise. It requires inventive spirit, hard-earned experience, and intuition. It’s that intuition—the most magical human ingredient—that bestows Polk products their sonic personality and pride of place in your home. To this day, design, acoustics, engineering (and ingenious, intuitive human magic) all happen under one expensive roof under the guise of democratizing sound. Because we mean it when we say great sound shouldn’t be a privilege of the few, it should be accessible and available for all.