Soundbar ki pale natif - sis nan pi bon an

Soundbar speakers – six of the best

 

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Dali KUBIK ONE

100w pwodiksyon pouvwa (4 x 25W chofè), £ 800

Ki vize plis nan lover nan mizik pase fanatik televizyon, men li toujou pwodui dyalòg trè klè. Bluetooth vle di li nan gwo pou difizyon soti nan telefòn ou. Epitou konekte via kab optik, se konsa pi fò televizyon yo se konpatib. Gen krik analogique pou televizyon san yo pa résultat dijital.

vèdik: A-wo fen son ak pwi jan sa yo. Youn nan moso yo pi byen nan Kovèti pou odyo ou ka achte pou lajan an - ak ak mizik li chante.

Rating 4/5

Sonos Playbar

9 ki pale natif: 6 medium + 3 twite, £ 599

Ideyal pou mèt kay nan yon sistèm mizik Sonos, men se pa konte sou ou gen pyès ki nan konpitè ki deja egziste. Connects jiska televizyon ou ak yon sèl, optik kab. Yon limyè ti jan sou bas, men Sonos gen yon bas disponib twò. You can add more Sonos speakers to make a full surround system.

vèdik: Clean, crisp sound that works incredibly well for movie soundtracks, but with the advantages of Sonos as a multi-room streaming system.

Rating 5/5

LG NB5540

4 x 40w drivers + separate 160w wireless subwoofer, £ 350

Good value for a compact soundbar that also includes a separate wireless subwoofer. Not quite as pleasant sounding as the more expensive speakers, but gives good quality speech and very deep bass. Also has a single HDMI input for your Sky box, or Blu-ray player.

vèdik: Not ideal for those who want both music and movies covered, but for action movies the deep bass will satisfy.

Rating 4/5

MONITOR AUDIO ASB-2

160w total power output from 6 ki pale natif, £700

Somehow manages to strike a balance between price and performance. Brilliant vocal quality for dialogue and surprising bass for explosions. Also has three HDMI inputs and an output to make it very versatile. Can also be connected via optical and can work with a separate subwoofer for more low-end punch.

vèdik: The most useful of all these soundbars with great features and a decent remote. Music also not neglected here. Somewhat expensive, but worth it.

Rating 5/5

LIBRATONE DIVA

220w total power output from 5 ki pale natif, £650

The stylish Diva is finished with wool, available in a number of colours, so you can match it to your decor. Lack of remote means most people will need to use a smartphone to control advanced features, but Bluetooth and Apple Airplay support are great. This was the hardest soundbar to set up and needs the app to work best. It has a built-in subwoofer.

vèdik: A good sound overall, bass is solid and dialogue is clear but to get the best out of it you need to set it up using the app, which is frustrating.

Rating 3/5


PHILIPS HTL5140

100w speaker output + separate 220w wireless subwoofer, £223

Sold in a box that seems far too small for a soundbar, but clips together in a clever fashion to produce a rather handsome finished product. It has a metal finish and can be mounted on the wall or sit on a table top. Sound is decent for dialogue, but there’s just much too much bass, even with the sub turned right down. It has some good features though, especially for the price.

vèdik: Has a lot of potential but is let down by overbearing bass. Its night mode does fix that, but flattens the sound a bit.

Rating 3/5

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