Soundbars are flat speakers that are used in conjunction with entertainment systems.

Soundbars have a range of different speakers in them, but usually require a connection to a subwoofer for them to function correctly. Learn more about soundbars below and what's entailed to have a good soundbar setup.

What Is A Soundbar?

A soundbar is a speaker built into an elongated frame, usually intended for use in home theater or sound systems.

Soundbars are a great addition to any setup, serving as the perfect compliment to produce a range of sounds for home entertainment purposes.

Soundbars are feature more modern technology, allowing them to connect to other smart devices using Bluetooth and home Wi-Fi networks.

Types Of Soundbars

There are a range of soundbars, from 2.0 to 3.1 soundbars, as well as surround sound and Dolby Atmos soundbars.

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Below, find some of the most common questions that our expert audio team and editors are asked about speakers.
Which soundbar brand is best?
There are many great soundbar brands out there, but there but some of the best are Sonos, Klipsch, JBL, Bowers and Wilkins, Denon and Sennheiser.
Are soundbars worth it?
Soundbars create a wide range of sounds and are the perfect compliment to any sound system setup if you desire rich sound from any form of media.
Are soundbars better than speakers?
Soundbars are a simple, efficient solution to get a wide range of sounds. Speakers can vary wildly, and a dedicated set of speakers will probably out perform a soundbar.
What is special about a sound bar?
In addition to their excellent sound quality, soundbars can have more modern techology - supporting Bluetooth and other smart technologies for easier connections.
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