A Soundbar generates a rich full stereo sound that a flat screen TV simply cannot do by itself. Dependent on how much money you want to spend you can get up to 7.1 surround sound in a single enclosure!
This is very appealing if you can’t face the stress and expense of rearranging your living room, pulling up carpets (or skirting boards!) to lay cables and deal with the clutter of five or six speakers and an amplifier.
A soundbar looks like a wide shallow speaker, normally chosen to approximately match the width of your TV. It can either sit on your TV stand or be wall mounted.
A TV Soundbar is easy to set up, typically needing a mains plug, and sound in/outputs from whatever gadgets you need to connect.
Many soundbars even come with an automated setup program to tune the system for your environment.
Recently we have started seeing a lot of questions like “What is a home theatre” or “How do I choose the best home theatre?’ and “Whats the best TV-Soundbar for a home theatre?”
Wikipedia defines it as:
“… a theater built in a home, designed to mimic (or exceed) commercial theater performance and feeling, more commonly known as a home cinema.
So you’re going to need a great screen, superb sound and some way of actually playing your media.
Don’t dive into buying lots of kit before giving some thought to your budget and whether you just want to beef up your TV experience or really go all out and dedicate an entire room! You need to match the equipment to the space you have available. It would be a waste to have dedicated room for your home cinema and to then drop a $100 economy soundbar into it!
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