The television companies are working on making TVs slimmer and good looking every day, but in order to make the television more appealing they are neglecting the sound system and its getting worse with each set which looks gorgeous than the last. Because of this the need of SoundBars is increasing, instead of spending dollars on a stereo system most people settle with soundbars which are equally good as a stereo systems but lower in price and less complicated. Here are some of the top rated sound bars of this year.
- Philips Fidelio B5:
The Philips Fidelio B5 is an impressive system, and one of the soundbar for people who appreciate good cinema sound but do not want to make their living room a mess by installing a surround sound system which will cover the entire place. With the Philips Fidelio you can pick and choose your movie moments on a whim. It features Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS Digital Surround decoding which creates a pretty decent surround sound experience This SoundBar is combination of convenience and good audio. It’s transformative surround sound this soundbar a great option for movie fans who can’t afford a surround system but want the similar experience.
- Q Acoustics Media 4:
Q Acoustics Media 4 is one of the top soundbars in the market. The design of the system is a bit dull but it’s construction is as solid as rock. It has a single optical input which can’t handle Dolby Digital nor its has an HDMI. This model is simply a broad, powerful and refined soundstage with no modes of volume which you can adjust, you just get to hear what you get. The vocals of the soundbar are rich and warm. Unlike other soundbars which come with a separate subwoofer the Q Acoustics Media 4 comes with a built-in subwoofer, which is durable and nuanced. It also has built in Bluetooth.
- Yamaha YSP-2500
If you are more in to hard core home cinema sound then the Yamaha YSP-2500 is the right soundbar for you. It has HDMI ports which are compatible with 4K. This soundbar uses produces a convincing surround sound with it’s16 tiny beam drivers and a separate wireless subwoofer, which use the Blu-ray DTS HD MA and Dolby True HD bitstreams. It offers several sound modes so its users can experiment different modes of sound.
- Sonos Playbar:
The Sonos Playbar is a non-HDMI device, it uses optical to hook up to a television set. It delivers a great sonic boost to your television listening, all on its own. To operate the Sonos Player you are required to have a smartphone or tablet app. The benefit of this is that you can easily tune in to a Sonos wireless system, and can make the front three speakers act like a 5.1 surround system.
- Canton DM 50:
The Canton DM 50 stands out among all other soundbars because of its neat design, exceptionally good build quality and top notch sound quality. This soundbar just does not work great with one genre of sound but gives its users a great experience with regular daytime TV, complex movie soundtracks and streamed music. It has a built in Bluetooth which lets you play music from your phone or tablet. It has a grille on the front which displays the scrolling when powered up, this also helps in operating the base. The entire design of the Canon DM 50 is designed logically. You can also train the system for adjusting volume from your television remote.