Budget soundbars beware imo

Discussion in 'Soundbars, Soundplates & Soundbases' started by Audiostyle, Jul 23, 2018.

  1. Audiostyle

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    Hi,

    Ive got a 140 pound soundbar, its good, but sold as 120 watt when actually 60 watt.

    As first soundbar, id like to say to anyone thinking of moving from hifi to soundbars & believing it to be adequate, your be slightly disappointed imho, thats if you ditch your hifi @ same time.

    I assume a 300 pound soundbar would of sufficed.

    Just saying, pertinent points of view.

    Audiostyly
     
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    A sound bar is always a compromise over a proper amp and speaker setup but the more expensive sound bars produce far better results.
     
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    'I assume a 300 pound soundbar would of sufficed' - Price is no indication of sound quality.

    'moving from hifi to soundbars & believing it to be adequate' - always has the potential to disappoint.

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