Soundbar Speakers

by Frank Abbate ·Posted
Sony’s new TVs and soundbars are finally here. With this slate of models, Sony is bringing a unified, cinema-like audio and video experience to everyone’s living room. The brand’s four new TV models, the BRAVIA 9, 8,
by John Foldi ·Posted
Today Samsung released an assortment of new soundbars to accommodate everyone who wants to save space without sacrificing quality sound, from the affordable B750D and S60D, the ultra-slim
by John Foldi ·Posted
Samsung laid out its new and updated display and audio technologies for the home at CES 2024. These products will allow customers to enjoy brilliant visuals from a new flagship QD-OLED TV, wireless 8K projection, and AI-powered QLEDs. These displays can be paired with updated soundbar offerings in addition to a new Music Frame, which delivers an audio-only spin to Samsung’s Frame concept. S95D Unsurprisingly, new displays are at the forefront of Samsung’s CES 2024 lineup, starting with the brand’s updated flagship QD-OLED TV, the S95D. This
by John Foldi ·Posted
LG laid out its 2024 home cinema roadmap at CES, with new AI-enhanced QNED and QNED Mini LED TVs, a trio of soundbars, and LG Lifestyle 4K CineBeam Qube projector. Customers can choose from a 43, 50, 55, 65, 75, 86, or a new, ultra-large 98" model. LG’s 2024 QNED and QNED Mini LED TVs focus on an updated a8 AI processor for faster performance and improved visuals than the previous generation. This is in addition to a new version of the embedded webOS interface that uses LG’s Dynamic Q Card technology for a more personalized experience.
by Mos Khan ·Posted
Let's face it: even the best TVs have a built-in speaker system that flat out doesn't cut it. When you’re building a home hi-fi system or a home theater system, one of the most important choices you have to make is the size and type of speakers you’ll need for your space. Whether you're just looking to upgrade your living room TV or building a dedicated home theater setup, there is a great deal of aftermarket equipment that can help you
by Trevor Collins ·Posted
Bose® has long been a major player in the world of noise-canceling headphones, and now the brand has upped its game with a new line of wireless, over-ear noise-canceling headphones, the Bose® QuietComfort™ Wireless Headphones. Available in three distinct colors―
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In this video, Doug Guerra demonstrates the LG C3 4K HDR Smart OLED evo TV and LG SC9S Matching Sound Bar, a perfect pair for your home entertainment and gaming needs. 0:00 - Introduction 0:35 - LG C3 2:48 - LG SC9S Sound Bar 4:08 - Details for Both 4:54 - Final Thoughts Do the LG C3 TV and SC9S Sound Bar sound like a good fit for your setup? Talk to us in the Comments section, below.
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted
Setting up a functional home office space/guest bedroom has been a never-ending journey. I was sure I wanted to add a 42" OLED TV to sit beside my computer to serve as a second display (when needed) and as entertainment, but a big uncertainty was finding a sound system to work with it. The room is small, and I wasn’t going to build out a true sound system, so a soundbar became the go-to option. I eventually landed on the Sony HT-A5000, which is admittedly a bit large for the TV and desk it sits on. However, this was before the
by John Foldi ·Posted
Today, Bose® adds another member to its soundbar family, with the release of the Smart Soundbar™ 600. The 600 is a mid-range option for those who want, or require, the simplicity of a soundbar, but demand the immersive soundstage of a surround sound setup. An enhanced movie and TV experience is just the beginning with the Smart Soundbar™ 600, because a plethora of streaming support allows the soundbar to transform your living room
by Richard Stevens ·Posted
It’s hard to feel inspired when considering the soundbar landscape. In most cases, you simply get a wide, black box that’s designed to sit near your TV. You connect the soundbar to your home entertainment system and expect to be treated to an elevated audio experience—and for the most part, it delivers. If you’re being honest, though, rarely would you expect a soundbar to compete with larger systems that consist of dedicated speakers powered by an A/V receiver. Well, if you want to inject a healthy dose of surprise and excitement into your
by Richard Stevens ·Posted
From entry level to high end, there’s no shortage of soundbars on the market. Each promises to deliver an elevated audio experience compared to your TV’s built-in speakers. As TVs have gotten thinner over the years, sacrifices have had to be made, and sound quality has often suffered as a result. Thankfully, brands like Bowers & Wilkins, often referred to as B&W, offer solutions that not only you allow you to bypass your TV’s speakers, but let you turn the experience up a notch and enjoy high-resolution multi-channel sound. As more
by John Foldi ·Posted
Improve the quality of your TV, gaming, and music experience with the Sonos Ray Soundbar. The Ray is Sonos’s budget entry into the soundbar space, fleshing out a portfolio that already includes the Sonos Beam and Sonos Arc,
by Rich R ·Posted
Broaden the soundstage of the movies, TV shows, and music you enjoy with the new Bowers & Wilkins Panorama 3 Soundbar. It features three discrete front channels for stereo audio and dialogue, plus two up-firing Atmos drivers that deliver overhead sound effects to envelop you in your content. Panorama 3 has been specifically designed to offer great sound from just one component, with
by Rich R ·Posted
When I was asked to test the new 2nd Generation Sonos Beam, I was excited to see how much soundbar technology has advanced since my last review. With its short width, I was concerned it wouldn’t offer as broad a soundstage as my soundbar or the soundbar I reviewed a couple of years ago―which was a 5.1-channel soundbar system―but as you’ll read, I had nothing to worry about. Whether through driver design, positioning, or other technology, the
by Rich R ·Posted
Sonos is a brand that’s known for breaking the mold, having originally done so by being among the first to offer multi-room speaker interoperability. The company continued to push boundaries when it broke into the home theater realm with its first soundbar products; now, rather than breaking the mold again, it’s taking the design of the original Sonos Beam Soundbar to new dimensions with the new 2nd generation Sonos Beam.