Looks can be deceptive, even when it comes to sound. Usually, the size of a speaker is a good indicator of how good the sound will be; bigger is almost always better. MagniFi’s price tag of Shs1.2m defies those expectations. Compared to other sound bars, the MagniFi doesn’t take up much space, but its form belies the sonic capabilities packed inside. For enhancing the experience of watching movies and television shows, this unit hits the sweet spot of sound bar price and performance. At 38 x 3 x 2 inches, the MagniFi features one of the lowest profiles of any sound bar tested, which makes it easy to slip the speaker beneath one’s TV. The case houses three 3 inch drivers: centre, left and right. On top, the MagniFi includes the unit’s controls: Power, Volume, Bass and “Voice,” which controls the centre channel volume. There’s a Bluetooth button for enabling a wireless connection for music. The unit comes with just one way to connect to your TV: a single optical digital port. The MagniFi also includes a 3.5mm analog input. The Magnifi comes with a 7-inch woofer to improve the sound.