Bose has banked on user-friendliness, but has unfortunately forgotten about the sound quality.
Soundbars is the simplest way to having great TV audio. Choose one with a streaming and you'll get a stereo system with your purchase!
The successor to our favourite soundbar has arrived. HW-N960 has several channels and finally DTS:X.
The biggest problem with this soundbar is a huge hole in the soundscape.
Bluesound’s soundbar costs a bit more, but pays off in the form of a much better experiences on both film and music.
Sonos’ new sound base PlayBase acts as a base for the TV. But did it arrive too late?
This is designed to lie flat and point towards the ceiling, but nevertheless sounds good facing forward. It works pretty good.
Samsung’s soundbar sounds just as well on music as it does for movies.
If you are looking for an affordable option with multi-room, and do not want an extra bass crate, then this one is good.
The Philips soundbar does its job, with crystal clear dialogue and a fairly balanced sound.
A masculine expression and rugged sound does not have the power to follow up, and Klipsch lands at the bottom.
No one in the class provide this sense of home cinema. JBL crushes everyone on sheer force, and the sound quality is good enough for it to take the lead.
The soundbar from LG is one of the most affordable with built-in network features and streaming of music services. It also sounds good.