Comparing Soundbars To Surround Sound Speaker Systems
A great movie experience is as much about the sound as it is the picture. When you go to the theater, ask yourself if that giant screen would deliver the same experience if the sound felt like it was coming out of only one speaker in the front.
At home, the same rules apply. Even if you have a 120-inch projector screen, without sound to match the picture your experience won’t feel quite right. The good news is that today options abound for putting movie surround sound in any room in your home. Those options may range from the surprisingly inexpensive to the incredibly expensive, and sound quality from those systems can also vary from mediocre to excellent.
How do you evaluate the options from the plethora of products out there? In this post, we want to give you a little help.
Soundbars have been incredibly popular for home audio installations in the Minneapolis area in the past several years. They certainly have their advantages, and we will cover that in more detail. Despite their popularity, it doesn’t mean separate speakers and receivers and amplifiers are going out of style anytime soon. They have their advantages as well.
Are you ready to take a closer look at whether a soundbar or a full surround system is right for you? Just keep reading.