It seems that in the hearts of users, sound bars have taken over home cinema systems with multiple speakers. More compact, more aesthetic, simpler to set up and freed of an often visually displeasing cable, their appear as the royal path to enhance your television’s audio. So if you’re looking to nake the most of your television and enhance your film, music, and video experience, have a look at my little selection of soundbars and soundbases…
Yamaha YAS-105 120 W wireless sound bar
Do you find subwoofers too bulky? Opt for this Yamaha sound bar which sensibly enhances your TV’s audio. Well polished surround mode, Bluetooth connectivity and super simple set up are part of the deal.
Bose Solo 5 sound bar
The Sony HT-CT790 offers a perfectly convincing sound, a very simple installation, a particularly complete connector set and a very favourable value for money. A good deal. For a mid sized room.
Bose SoundTouch 300 sound bar
Each new Bose soundbar imposes itself as a reference. The SoundTouch 300 shines notably thanks to its spatialisation. We love the audio calibration, the NFC chip, the audio space, the evolutivity (you can add a woofer) and the comfortable power.
SONOS PLAYBAR wireless soundbar
Sonos Playbase soundbar
All that was missing from the Sonos range was an audio platter, which is done with the excellent Playbase, which sends bid audio with its 10 speakers. Very quick installation and numerous musical services via the Sonos application.