The room is 16 feet by 25 feet. Speaker will be located near TV. Listining location is 16 feet away from the speaker.
Just a 65 inch TV. The height as 8 feet.I fear you are likely to lose any stereo "image" ....being so far from the speakers, the audio will mix.
You are going to need a very large TV . . . or is this projection?
For a room that size ( What's the height?), you can get a decent sub, but it will need to have its own amplifier and filter network. In the UK, look at BK electronics . . . . I suspect too that you'll need a sub with a 10" driver and that will deliver some power, when needed... BK do some with downward facing veneered units, which would be surprisingly unobtrusive.
Aesthetics play a large part plus they are cheap. My Yamaha cost £200. The difference in sound quality between this and £120 speakers and an £80 amp doesn't justify the separates route.Whats the point of buying these sound bars they are poor sound quality better to use a stereo amp, like I do for music & movies, much more enjoyable sound
These look good per reviews on Argos. Does anyone know how good they are?I have a question for today please. I'd like to watch music videos on the Blu-Ray Dvd player which, while the tv has a decent audio, would sound a lot better via a dedicated surround sound system or soundbar, the latter of which is a new animal to me.
A quick trip to Argos could fetch me something like this:
Buy LG SJ3 300W 2.1Ch Bluetooth Sound Bar with Wireless Sub at Argos.co.uk - Your Online Shop for Sound bars, Home cinema systems and sound bars, DVD players, blu-ray players and home cinema, Technology.
I'm assuming this would be connected to the DvD player not the tv?
Any other advice for a first timer would be welcome - thanks in advance.