1. What is the purpose of a sound bar?
A sound bar's long, slender cabinet contains two or more speakers and may provide either stereo or surround sound. It can deliver high-quality TV sound without requiring space.
2. What are the benefits of a sound bar?
Ease of system setup and use. It will simplify your home audio system enormously. Precision engineering. Soundbars produce much richer and more nuanced sound than any single speaker is capable of replicating.
3. Can I use a soundbar on any TV?
Yes, most home theater gadgets these days use HDMI, but that doesn't mean you necessarily need HDMI ports on your sound bar. Instead, you can connect all your home theater devices directly to your TV, then use the TV's audio output to connect to the sound bar.
4. How do I get my sound bar to work with my TV?
If your TV and sound bar both have an HDMI jack marked ARC (for audio return channel), a single HDMI cable (version 1.4 or higher) is all you'll need. If your TV doesn't have an HDMI/ARC input, you'll need both optical and HDMI connections between the TV and the sound bar.
5. Are soundbars better than speakers?
Yes. Since a soundbar has several speakers, most of them do offer surround style audio. You get soundbars which come with external subwoofers speakers that cover low-frequency sound to aid the audio quality of the soundbar.