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Surround sound uses more than one or two speakers to reproduce the immersive multi-channel soundtrack technology of modern movies and TV. The single center channel speaker contains most of the soundtrack dialogue, and pairs of left/right speakers add layers of surround sound, starting with front, then side, then rear, then overhead. Subwoofers supply the super-low frequencies.

Wireless surround sound systems use Wi-Fi to send Dolby and DTS soundtrack audio to your surround sound speakers.

It depends. If you connect all your sources to your TV, it needs to have an HDMI output and be able to support the Dolby and DTS surround sound formats that you want. If not, look for a system that has enough HDMI inputs for all your sources.

In this case, “wireless” generally means “without speaker wires.” But all speakers in a wireless surround system still need power, which means that in most cases, each speaker will need to be connected to AC power (plugged into an electrical outlet). Some sound bars connect wirelessly to surround sound speakers connected by speaker wire to a dedicated wireless transmitter/amplifier. Other systems use wire-free, battery-powered side, rear, or overhead surround speakers.