“Feel the bass, hear the voice”, says JBL of its Bar 3.1, a soundbar and subwoofer combination with good connectivity and deep bass.
The smallest TV audio solution from Sonos, the Beam didn’t win us over with music, but delivered impressive sound with movies, and is smarter than the average bar...
Vertical surround and Atmos-compatibility from a small soundbar with only two drivers. Say wha?
Put down that remote control! Polk’s suitably-named Command Bar has Amazon’s Alexa capabilities built in.
Yamaha’s Digital Sound Projection with ‘Intellibeam’ sound steering’ and a wireless subwoofer, while MusicCast adds extra abilities.
This system brings soundbars back into a proper home cinema space, with real rears and bounced Atmos height channels.
A soundbar we'd recommend primarily for movies and TV, especially if you’re already using Yamaha’s MusicCast system elsewhere in the home.
The UK's Q Acoustics proves that focusing on sound is, funnily enough, a sensible strategy for a soundbar under $1000.
The SH7 offers not only the usual soundbar functions but also wireless music streaming and app control too, though its musical performance wasn't the best.
As a rule, soundbars don’t do music well, and they’re often ugly or messy to connect. Apparently Definitive Technology missed the memo.
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