Are you looking at the most cheap, real Dolby Atmos soundbar? Then check our Vizio SB36512-F6 review where we test this 5.1.2 channels unit with true up-firing and surround speakers that performed great and has a jaw dropping price.
Are you on the lookout for a small and easy to use soundbar? Then take a look at our Sony HT-X9000F review where we test this plug-and-play unit that has satisfactory performance and good build quality for it’s class.
You are on the lookout for a cheap soundbar? Then check our JBL Bar 2.1 review where we test one of JBLs smaller and low cost soundbars that offers respectable performance, USB and Bluetooth streaming and an easy to setup design.
Today in our LG SL6Y review we are testing this middle class soundbar that has 3.1 channels with 420 watts of power, can expand to a 5.1 system, supports DTS Virtual:X, High Resolution Audio and Bluetooth streaming at a very competitive price.
If you are looking for a low budget soundbar take a look in our LG SL5Y review with this sub-$200 soundbar/subwoofer combo offering good performance, is extremely easy to setup and use and comes with DTS Virtual:X support.
If you are looking for a low cost and easy to use soundbar then check out our Polk Audio Signa S2 review as it is the ideal solution for anyone with a tight budget or limited space…or both.
In our Sony HT-ST5000 review we test this Dolby Atmos soundbar that has good performance, very good build quality and comes with many features as well as streaming services making it an excellent upgrade over your TV’s audio.
Check out our Bose Soundbar 500 review where we test this middle tier soundbar that offers good performance and build quality, many features, voice control and a modular design that can expand to a full blown 5.1 channels system.
Today we bring you our Sony HT-Z9F review where we test this soundbar that uses virtual technology to simulate surround and overhead effects while it also comes with many features and 5.1 expansion support.
In our today’s Bose Soundbar 700 review we look into this new premium flagship smart soundbar that offers excellent performance, many features, voice control capabilities and a modular design that can satisfy all needs and budgets.
If you want an affordable way to improve your TV’s audio then check our Polk Audio Command Bar review where we test this budget friendly soundbar that offers good performance, is Alexa enabled and has an extremely low price.
Today in our Denon HEOS Bar review we check this modular 3.0 channels soundbar that offers good audio performance, nice features and the ability to expand to a 3.1 or even a 5.1 full surround system.
Take a look at our JBL Bar 3.1 review where we test this budget friendly soundbar that offers simplicity, ease of use, good movie performance, adequate ports and enough bass to shake your house making it a nice upgrade over your TV’s built-in audio.
In today’s JBL Bar 5.1 review we test this unique soundbar that can be used either as a 2.1 or a 5.1 surround system, has good movies performance, is easy to setup and calibrate as well as featuring a truly wireless design. Simplicity all in one.
In today’s Sonos Playbar review we are putting to the test this unique soundbar that combines amazing sound quality, easy connectivity and setup as well as amazing scalability from a single unit to a full surround system by connecting additional speakers.
This is our LG SK8Y review where we test this new Dolby Atmos soundbar that offers enough power, clear sound reproduction, adequate connections, a rich feature set as well as a relatively low price to make it worth a look.
In our Yamaha YAS-207 review, we test this soundbar that offers good sound performance as well as DTS Virtual:X, a surround technology that creates a fully immersive surround experience from any source. And all this at a great price.
Take a look in our LG SK10Y review as we test the flagship sound bar of LG’s 2018 lineup. With enough power and Dolby Atmos support this monster sound bar can be the next best thing to a dedicated speakers setup.