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.
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.
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