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.
Confirming the evolution of the soundbar by real hi-fi companies, Arcam has a high-quality pairing here, worthy of the company name.
The new top-of-the-line model in Yamaha’s long line of Digital Sound Projectors, including Atmos height channels and MusicCast multiroom abilities.
LG’s top-of-the-line soundbar and sub solution is also part of its Music Flow multiroom system. So that’s a lot of options in this two-box solution.
Cambridge Audio’s TV sound solution sits under your TV, with big downward-firing speakers delivering enjoyably full bass.
Big movie sound, effective TV sound, no duffer at music and with all the multiroom abilities of HEOS, the HomeCinema is quite the little giant.
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