Dolly, a Crutchfield advisor, listens to a sound bar demo at Crutchfield, and picks out her favorite one: the Definitive Technology Mythos SSA-50.
C.J., a Crutchfield advisor, listens to a sound bar demo at Crutchfield, and picks out his favorite one: the Yamaha YSP-5100 Digital Sound Projector.
Get the scoop on choosing a sound bar for your TV. Sound bars are a great choice for small or difficult spaces, or if you don't want wires running around your room.
Find out how to improve your TV's sound, from single-speaker solutions to full home theater setups.
Single-speaker "sound bars" offer an easy way to get better sound. Learn all about them here.
When you add the JBL Cinema SB 400 sound bar/wireless subwoofer system to your TV, you step up your sound to the kind of floor-shaking realism and crystal clear dialogue you'd expect from a home theater system.
Thin TVs are great, but they don't leave much room for speakers. Thankfully, it doesn't take a lot of depth to make a small speaker sound good. The JBL Cinema SB 200 is barely 4 inches deep, yet its performance bears a strong family resemblance to the classic soul-satisfying sound that has made JBL a household name for decades.
The Sonos PLAYBAR connects to your TV to play movies, TV shows, and sports with vibrant, room-filling sound. But, unlike other sound bars and like all Sonos speakers, it offers wireless access to a world full of music - Pandora®, Spotify®, MOG®, thousands of Internet radio stations, and more.
Want to enjoy better sound with your TV? Here are four ways to make it happen.
The Samsung HW-H600 SoundStand's built-in speakers deliver crisp high-frequency detail, clear midrange that makes dialogue stand out, and deep bass response to give sound effects proper impact.
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Definitive's Mythos speakers offer audiophile performance in a sleek, stylish package. Learn about what makes these speakers different in this short overview.