Best soundbar for projector in a budget cinema room

Best soundbar for projector

If you’re building a media room on a shoestring budget, you can forgo using a surround sound system, at least in the beginning. And instead, replace it with a soundbar that works with your projector. But what is the best soundbar for projectors?

 

A soundbar alone won’t create the same feeling as a surround sound system. However, many soundbars now come built-in with surround sound modelling that gets close to the full cinema experience. Of course, without the cost or the hassle of having to set up a complex system.

 

There are plenty of 2.1 channel soundbar and subwoofer packages available, which create a superb audio experience for movie watching. Plus, they don’t take up much space and can be working in minutes.

 

Having researched the market, we’ve picked 10 of the best soundbar for projectors. Regardless of your budget or requirements, you’ll discover at least one ideal unit, if not more. If you haven’t purchased a soundbar before, start with our soundbar buying guide.

 

 

Item

Photo

Our rating

Price*

Purchase

Sony HT-S20R – 5.1ch Soundbar with wired subwoofer and rear speakers

10/10

£200.00

JBL Bar 5.0 Multibeam Soundbar

9/10

£270.00

Yamaha YAS-109 Soundbar

9/10

£250.00

Samsung HW-Q60T 5.1ch Cinematic Soundbar

9/10

£213.00

Bose Smart Soundbar 300

8/10

£400.00

MAJORITY K2 Soundbar with Subwoofer

8/10

£75.00

SHARP HT-SBW160 2.1 Soundbar

8/10

£150.00

Denon DHT-S316 Soundbar with Subwoofer

7/10

£200.00

AZATOM SP1000X Studio Premier 2.1 Soundbar and Subwoofer

7/10

£79.00

Heymell Voyage201 Soundbar

7/10

£75.00

* Prices correct at time of publishing

 

 

Sony HT-S20R – 5.1ch Soundbar with wired subwoofer and rear speakers

Sony HT-S20R - 5.1ch Soundbar with wired subwoofer and rear speakers

photo by Sony

 

Description

The Sony HT-S20R provides a cinema worthy surround sound experience at an affordable price tag. The package consists of a 3 channel soundbar, subwoofer and two rear speakers. Delivering 400 watts, the system provides a powerful sound that’s excellent for movie watching.

 

The subwoofer acts as the main hub with all other speakers connecting to it. On the rear of the subwoofer is an HDMI ARC, optical and analogue inputs. In addition to these inputs, you can connect to the HT-S20R using Bluetooth or play music from a USB memory stick.

 

The combination of the three-channel soundbar, subwoofer and rear speakers delivers a dynamic, cinematic sound worthy of your favourite movies. The rear speakers add to the excitement as you can feel and hear the action all around you.

 

Choose between four modes (Cinema, Music, Voice and Night), which customise the sound further to different media. The Sony HT-S20R is ideal for watching movies, listening to music, and catching up on the news. Night mode optimises the sound balance for low volume levels.

 

A classic looking Sony remote is included, allowing you plenty of control options. The package comes with a 12-month warranty.

 

Pros

  • 5.1 Surround-sound channel
  • 400 watts
  • Dolby Digital technology

Cons

  • Wired system

 

Conclusion

Overall, the Song HT-S20R is very impressive. It’s far from the best sounding surround system or the easiest to set up. However, it does provide excellent value for money, it’s rock solid and creates a superb experience for watching movies, TV and even gaming.

 

In classic Sony style, the sleek design blends into the room with ease. The remote retains a vibe look. As the soundbar and two rear speakers wire into the subwoofer, it does take a while to get everything connected, despite the colour coding.

 

Comparably, it offers good connectivity, allowing you to wire the system into whatever projector or cinema set up you’re using. The few different sound modes, provide a discernible difference that’s ideal for fine-tuning the speaker set up to your activity.

 

Trying to alter the speaker settings can be tricky as the screen is too small. That said, the menu options are impressive and offer plenty of range for adjustments.

 

The Sony HT-S20R is ideal if you want a full 5.1 surround sound system without the expense of buying the different components. It’s perfect if you’re just starting your home cinema room or want to upgrade from a simple soundbar to something more comprehensive. 10/10 (read our full review)

 

 

 

JBL Bar 5.0 Multibeam Soundbar

JBL Bar 5.0 Multibeam Soundbar

photo by JBL

 

Description

JBL is world renown for home audio and speakers, so it shouldn’t surprise you that the JBL Bar 5.0 Multibeam Soundbar is one of the most advanced units available. It features Dolby Atmos and MultiBeam Surround Sound Technologies as well as a built-in subwoofer.

 

Thanks to its extensive features list and 250 watts of power output, it’s ideal for any home cinema or media room yet sleek enough to blend into the room. Enjoy 3D sound when watching TV, movies or gaming.

 

Under the grille sits five racetrack drivers and four passive radiators that deliver a deep, punchy bass. There’s no need for a subwoofer as this soundbar can handle the entire frequency range.

 

Connecting to the Bar 5.0 Multibeam Soundbar is simple thanks to Bluetooth, an optical input, and dual HDMI eARC. Plus, you have access to AirPlay 2, Alexa MRM (multi-room music) thanks to the built-in Wi-Fi. There’s even a Google Chromecast built-in.

 

All of these options create a soundbar that’s more of an entertainment system than simply a speaker. Using the JBL Bar 5.0, you can create a multi-room setup to wirelessly stream your favourite online content in high sound quality at the touch of a button.

 

Control the unit using the buttons located on the top, the remote (batteries included) or using your favourite voice assistant (Alexa, Siri, Google Assistant). It also comes with two L-shape wall-mount brackets with screws. It comes with a standard 12-month JBL warranty.

 

Pros

  • 250 Watts of power
  • Dolby Atmos and MultiBeam
  • Works with Alexa, Siri, Google Assistant

Cons

  • Expensive
  • No app for control

 

Conclusion

As one of the most feature-packed soundbars currently available, the JBL Bar 5.0 Multibeam is an excellent choice if you have a sizeable budget. Offering Dolby Atmos, HDR, 4K and eARC, this soundbar has a lot to offer. And that’s without mentioning Airplay 2, Alexa MRM and Chromecast.

 

Thanks to a combination of speakers, you don’t need a separate subwoofer, which is a bonus if you’re tight on space. That said, it won’t fully replace the low rumble of a subwoofer you might want for movie watching.

 

The remote leaves a lot to be desired, as a few controls are only accessible using a button combination. Quite surprisingly for such an advanced unit, there is no app for control. So, you’re limited to the remote, buttons on the unit and limited voice commands.

 

Overall, it produces a lively, clear sound that envelops the room, drawing you further into the movie or whatever you’re watching. It almost feels like a 5.1 surround system, albeit without the cost or hassle of set up and configuration. 9/10 (read our full review)

 

 

 

Yamaha YAS-109 Soundbar

Yamaha YAS-109 Soundbar

photo by Yamaha

 

Description

Enjoy stunning, high-quality sound at home with the Yamaha YAS-109 Soundbar. Experience and enjoy TV shows, movies, games and music like never before. With built-in DTS virtual:X, Alexa, Bluetooth and multiple inputs, the YAS-109 is ideal.

 

If you hate having to look for remotes or swiping to find the app, you’ll find the built-in Alexa capabilities are a time saver. Of course, the YAS-109 works with an app and a remote comes included.

 

Offering several input options, including HDMI ARC, optical, and Bluetooth, you can painlessly connect this soundbar to a projector, Blu-ray player, or stream music directly from your phone from such services as Spotify, Apple Music or Amazon Music.

 

Savour the stunning 3D surround sound. With built-in DTS virtual:X, you can elevate your home cinema audio experience to new heights. Yamaha has also tweaked the internal processor to deliver crystal-clear dialogue, thanks to its clear voice technology.

 

It doesn’t matter if you’re enjoying a movie, TV or gaming, the Yamaha YAS-109 Soundbar delivers thrilling 3D sound, all from a single, slim soundbar!

 

In addition to controls on the unit, the included remote contains buttons for selecting sources, controlling volume, and selecting preset EQ options. It also has a subwoofer control, for you wanted to pair a Yamaha sub with the YAS-109.

 

Finally, the unit comes with a 2-year standard Yamaha warranty, offering you peace of mind when purchasing.

 

Pros

  • Integrated Alexa Voice Control
  • In and Out HDMI ARC ports
  • DTS virtual:X

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Limited Alexa integration

 

Conclusion

Thanks to a slim design, the Yamaha YAS-109 Soundbar effortlessly blends in under the screen while delivering a rich, full sound across all the frequencies. Even as a stand-alone soundbar, it produces a well-balanced frequency response with multiple EQ presets.

 

Yamaha offers a version of this soundbar with a wireless subwoofer, which is expensive. However, a subwoofer output on the soundbar allows you to connect an existing sub or one from a different brand.

 

The built-in DTS Virtual:X adds further depth to movie watching but isn’t a replacement for a proper surround sound system or a unit such as the Sonos Arc, which comes with a price tag to match!

 

With a good range of inputs, it’s easy to connect the YAS-109 to most devices and even use Bluetooth to stream music from a phone or tablet.

 

The remote is well designed and offers more options than you’ll need. Using Alexa with the soundbar is nice but is limited, meaning you’ll want to keep the remote handy. 9/10 (read our full review)

 

 

 

Samsung HW-Q60T 5.1ch Cinematic Soundbar

Samsung Q60T 5.1ch Cinematic Soundbar

photo by Samsung

 

Description

The Samsung HW-Q60T 5.1ch Cinematic Soundbar with subwoofer offers Virtual DTS:X, Acoustic Beam Technology, Samsung Q-Symphony, and works with Samsung SmartThings. With 360 watts of output, there’s plenty of volume available.

 

Using the latest Samsung technology, the HW-Q60T recreates a 3D surround sound without the need for a roomful of speakers. Producing a cinematic experience complete with overhead sounds, dialogue remains clear and centred through Virtual DTS:X.

 

Experience impressive panoramic sound thanks to Samsung Acoustic Beam, which has 56 holes that act as individual speakers and deliver precise directional sound. Coupled this technology with the subwoofer for the ultimate audio experience.

 

It uses AI to enhance voice clarity at low volumes. It also actively optimises sound to provide the best performance. The result is more realistic sounds, transporting you to the heart of the action.

 

In terms of connectivity, the Samsung HW-Q60T, includes Bluetooth, HDMI eARC, Optical and a USB port. If you’re using a Samsung projector and/or Blu-ray player, you can use Samsung’s Smart One Remote Control. As a universal remote, it can control several devices at once.

 

While superb as a stand-alone system, the package is wireless surround sound ready. You can simply add one of Samsung’s wireless surround sound packages and enjoy more flexibility and no messy cables.

 

Pros

  • 360 watts of output
  • Virtual 3D surround sound
  • Works with Samsung SmartThings

Cons

  • Some subwoofer have developed a hissing sound

 

Conclusion

Offering several advanced features, the Samsung HW-Q60T represents excellent value for money. With a range of inputs and a wireless subwoofer, getting set up takes a few minutes.

 

Out of the box, the sound quality is superb. The subwoofer produces a warm yet punchy low-end that completes the audio of the soundbar. Of course, it provides a myriad of setting that enables you to tweak the sound to what you’re watching.

 

The easy to use remote allows you to control multiple settings of the soundbar. However, you can use Samsung universal remote to simplify your life, if you’re using a few Samsung devices!

 

While it sounds good as a package, you have the option to integrate rear wireless speakers (purchased separately) with it. 9/10 (read our full review)

 

 

 

Bose Smart Soundbar 300

Bose Solo Soundbar

photo by Bose

 

Description

With Alexa built-in, the Bose Smart Soundbar 300 is highly flexible. Not only can it play music, but using Alexa, it can tell you the news, control your smart home, and more.

 

Designed for TV, movies, music and games, this elegant soundbar delivers spacious sound, exceptional clarity and rich bass. Beneath the sleek grille is five full-range drivers that deliver a wide, clear sound.

 

Exclusive Bose Voice4Video technology expands your Alexa voice capabilities like no other soundbar can. What typically takes several steps can now be done with a simple voice command. It also works out of the box with Google Assistant.

 

Connect this smart soundbar to your projector or Blu-ray player using the included optical audio cable or an HDMI cable (sold separately). Download the Bose Music app for quick step-by-step setup and configuration, and also to access software updates.

 

Wirelessly connect to your phone or tablet via Bluetooth and listen to your favourite music from such sources as Youtube Music, Apple AirPlay 2 or Spotify.

 

Bose SimpleSync technology allows you to pair your soundbar with other Bose products. For example, you can enjoy watching along using Bose headphones or add a Bose subwoofer and surround speakers for the complete home cinema sound system.

 

Pros

  • Dolby Digital
  • 5 full-range drivers
  • Alexa built-in

Cons

  • Quite basic remote
  • Expensive

 

Conclusion

Putting the price to one side for a moment, the Bose Smart Soundbar 300 is more than a soundbar. It’s a smart speaker that allows you to do more than listen to music. We can’t find the volume output. So, we’re assuming it’s around 180 watts, meaning there’s plenty of volume available.

 

Despite all of the extra features, it’s not as flexible as other soundbars as it doesn’t offer multiple EQ options, and the remote is quite basic. That said, the app could provide another level of options but not something we covered.

 

Bose has been a sign of quality for years and this has certainly not changed. Overall this soundbar produces an exciting sound that brings whatever you’re watching to life. You’ll feel part of the action, albeit from the comfort of your sofa!

 

Much like the Samsung soundbar featured in this round-up, Bose also offers you the option to add further wireless speakers to create a surround sound experience. You can easily expand the system as you have the money. 8/10 (read our full review)

 

 

 

MAJORITY K2 Soundbar with Subwoofer

MAJORITY K2 Soundbar with Subwoofer

photo by Majority

 

Description

Designed in Britain, the MAJORITY K2 Soundbar with Subwoofer offers 150 watts of power, making it the ideal partner for a projector in a home cinema. Easily wall-mounted, the K2 offers a fantastic set of inputs, including an AUX on the side.

 

It offers a superior audio experience thanks to the combination of the soundbar with the wireless subwoofer. Enjoy high definition sound that’s worthy of movie watching, backed up by the easy to use remote. Plus, with 150 watts of output available, there’s plenty of volume on tap.

 

With six different input sources, you can connect to the K2 using Bluetooth, USB input, Optical input, RCA, HDMI ARC, and an easy to access AUX input. The K2 comes with an RCA cable. Connect the K2 to a range of sources from your phone, computer, TV, and projector.

 

Use the remote to fine-tune the overall sound thanks to separate bass and treble controls and select from the three preset listening modes (Music, Movies and Dialogue). The remote also offers track controls for use with Bluetooth devices, allowing ease of use.

 

The award-winning design of the K2 can handle your audio from explosive action film soundtracks to your weekly Spotify playlist. Majority offer full technical support for every item. Products come with a comprehensive 36-month warranty (registration required).

 

Pros

  • 150 watts of power
  • 6 different input sources
  • British design

Cons

  • Bluetooth doesn’t always pair
  • Subwoofer feels quiet

 

Conclusion

For its budget-friendly price, the MAJORITY K2 Soundbar with Subwoofer is a good option, especially if you’re starting to build a cinema room. It’s not the most exciting option or the best sounding but is a good starting point.

 

The soundbar, sub and remote are made from plastic, which feels a little cheap, despite their sleek designs. In the box are two power cables, an RCA cable and an HDMI cable, allowing you to get set up without hassle.

 

With three EQ presets, bass and treble controls, you can easily adjust the sound to your likely. However, switching to a different EQ preset will reset everything and so you’ll need to readjust the bass and treble controls.

 

For the price, the MAJORITY K2 produces a superb sound. The subwoofer blends with the soundbar, so if you like a really punchy low-end that rumbles, this package probably isn’t for you. That said, there’s plenty of volume available, thanks to the 150-watt built-in amplifier. 8/10

 

 

 

SHARP HT-SBW160 2.1 Soundbar

SHARP HT-SBW160 2.1 Soundbar

photo by Sharp

 

Description

Sporting an ultra-slim design, the SHARP HT-SBW160 2.1 Soundbar with subwoofer delivers 360 watts of power, making it ideal for use with a projector in a home media room. Place the soundbar below the screen and the subwoofer wherever sounds the best.

 

Designed to produce a truly immersive experience in your home, it’s ideal for TV, movies, music and gaming. Plus, with multiple preset modes and DRC Smart Sound (Dynamic Range Control), you can fine-tune this soundbar and subwoofer to your room.

 

As a highly versatile unit, choose between several connectivity options, including optical, Bluetooth, HDMI, and AUX. You can easily use it with a wide range of projectors, TVs, and media players or stream music from your phone or tablet.

 

The remote is just as stylish as the other components, allowing for easy control. If you prefer, the essential controls are on the unit. With an HDMI ARC/CEC connection, you can control the soundbar using an existing remote. Who wants another remote to lose down the back of the sofa!

 

The SHARP HT-SBW160 provides 360 watts of max output power, full-range stereo speaker drivers, a 3-preset bass and treble EQ, and bass ports to enhance low-frequency performance for a fantastic all-round audio experience. It comes with a 12-month warranty.

 

Pros

  • 360 watts of output power
  • Ultra slim design
  • 3-preset bass and treble EQ

Cons

  • Soundbar can’t be wall-mounted
  • AUX input on the rear

 

Conclusion

Despite its modern design, the SHARP HT-SBW160 2.1 Soundbar with Subwoofer has one tiny issue; it can’t be wall-mounted. You won’t have a problem if you have a storage unit under your screen, but otherwise, you might need to get creative.

 

It’s not the most exciting sounding soundbar or subwoofer. However, it’s small enough to slot into even tight spaces, making it ideal for home use. The remote offers plenty of options, including access to 3 EQ presets and separate bass and treble controls.

 

A design fault is placing the AUX input on the rear, making it impossible to access without having to move the unit. That said, you do have optical and HMDI inputs and Bluetooth, which make it easy to connect them to media players, projectors and TVs. 8/10

 

 

 

Denon DHT-S316 Soundbar with Subwoofer

Denon DHT-S316 Soundbar with Subwoofer

photo by Denon

 

Description

Denon DHT-S316 Soundbar with Subwoofer produces 40 Watts and offers Dolby Digital, DTS Decoding, Dialogue Enhancer, and Bluetooth. With two mid-range drivers and crisp tweeters, bring your audio experience to the next level. It comes with an HDMI cable and is easily wall mountable.

 

Offering an immersive home cinema sound, the DHT-S316 add depth, clarity and dimension to your favourite movies, music, and games. Supporting both Dolby Digital and DTS, this Denon soundbar is a superb option.

 

The soundbar has been carefully paired with the subwoofer to create a deep and impactful bass. Regardless of what you’re watching, it will sound more thrilling and impressive. And as a wireless subwoofer, there are no cables to trip over, keeping your room clutter-free.

 

Easily connect a range of devices, thanks to the HDMI ARC, AUX, and optical inputs. Stream music from your smartphone or tablet using Bluetooth.

 

Use the Denon dialogue enhancer to improve the dialogue intelligibility, ideal for movies and TV shows with complex audio soundtracks. There’s no need to adjust the overall volume, as the built-in software enhances the volume of any dialogue.

 

Finally, the DHT-S316 decodes surround sound formats from your movies and shows. So you’ll feel like the action is happening all around you.

 

Pros

  • Dolby Digital, DTS Decoding, Dialogue Enhancer
  • HDMI ARC
  • Wall mountable

Cons

  • Only 40 Watts
  • AUX on rear

 

Conclusion

On the surface, the Denon DHT-S316 Soundbar with Subwoofer looks the part. However, it only produces a tiny 40 watts, which may be too little for many to enjoy a complete home cinema experience. Another annoying element is having the AUX input on the rear, which isn’t that accessible.

 

Putting those issues to one side for a moment. The package does offer good connectivity, a well-designed remote with plenty of options to fine-tune the sound, and it’s easy to set up.

 

The sound is fine but doesn’t provide excitement like others on our list. There are other better options. 7/10

 

 

 

AZATOM SP1000X Studio Premier 2.1 Soundbar and Subwoofer

AZATOM Studio Premier 2.1 Soundbar and Subwoofer

photo by AZATOM

 

Description

Offering 120 watts of power, the AZATOM SP1000X Studio Premier 2.1 Soundbar and Subwoofer packs a punch for the money. The 32-inch soundbar uses a Multi-Directional Speaker Configuration coupled with a compact subwoofer, delivering a superb audio experience.

 

Requiring only a few cables, setting up the AZATOM SP1000X is simple. It offers several inputs such as HDMI arc, Optical, and Aux, making it easy to connect to TVs, projectors, AV receivers and more.

 

You can also enjoy music from your smartphone, tablet or PC as it has Bluetooth built-in. Listen to media saved on your device or stream music from services including Apple Music and Spotify.

 

The soundbar uses multiple full-range multi-directional speakers and dual tweeters to deliver a rich sound. A wired subwoofer enhances the sound quality further. Together, you have a fantastic set up worthy of any home cinema.

 

The included remote makes operating the unit simple as it offers volume, EQ controls, source selector, and track controls for use with Bluetooth devices. Use the remote to fine-tune the sound to your preference.

 

All AZATOM products now come with a lifetime of UK customer support and a Protect Premium 3 YEAR Warranty (Registration required).

 

Pros

  • 120W (total power)
  • 3D Surround Sound
  • HMDI Arc and digital inputs

Cons

  • AUX input on rear
  • Passive subwoofer

 

Conclusion

Considering the price, the AZATOM SP1000X Studio Premier 2.1 Soundbar and Subwoofer offers fantastic value for money. It products a superb low-end thanks to the subwoofer, complimented the high- and mid-range sounds produced by the soundbar.

 

Interestingly, HDMI ARC inputs are seldom found on budget-friendly options, making for a superb addition to the unit. If you prefer, a digital input and mini-jack AUX inputs offer further flexibility. That said, the AUX input is on the rear, making it hard to reach for occasional use.

 

As the subwoofer plugs directly into the soundbar, you’re limited in your choice of placement. As a passive subwoofer, it lacks an overall impact offered by the active kind.

 

The remote gives you plenty of options at your fingertips. As a relatively new brand, AZATOM products can be tricky to integrate into a system as many third-party IR controllers don’t instantly recognise them. 7/10

 

 

 

Heymell Voyage201 Soundbar

Heymell 130W Soundbar

photo by Heymell

 

Description

The highly affordable Heymell Voyage201 Soundbar offers many superb features including 6 x 2.25” Speakers, DSP Surround Sound, Bluetooth and 9 EQ presets. Ideal for screens of 65 inches and less, It can be placed on a table or wall-mounted.

 

Offering a range of inputs, including Bluetooth, HDMI ARC, Optical, Coaxial, Aux and USB, connecting to your Heymell soundbar is simple. Select between inputs using the remote or controls on the unit.

 

The HDMI ARC mode with HDMI-CEC means you can control the volume and turn the soundbar on/off using a TV remote. The included remote control is quick and simple to operate.

 

Under the hood sits six speakers, four of these handle Low-Mids and the remaining two recreate High-Mids. Able to deliver up to 130 watts of power, this soundbar is designed to produce a powerful and clear sound that’s ideal for movies, TV, gaming and listening to music.

 

Offering 9 different DSP modes and 3D surround sound, you can fine-tune the unit to whatever you’re watching. The various sound modes allow you to create multiple different sound experiences.

 

Finally, the Heymell Voyage201 Soundbar comes with a conditional 36-month warranty.

 

Pros

  • 130 Watts
  • 9 different DSP modes
  • 6x 2.25” Speakers

Cons

  • AUX input on rear
  • Lacks a punchy low-end

 

Conclusion

The Heymell Voyage201 Soundbar is well built from quality materials. The controls buttons are located on one side, making it easier to operate when placed under a screen or TV. There are plenty of connectivity options including Bluetooth, which pairs without issue.

 

As it offers 130 watts of power, it can get very loud and while it creates a balanced sound across the frequency range, it does lack a punchy low end. However, for the price, this feels a little like nitpicking.

 

The nine different modes provide a range of options that allow you to fine-tune the sound to what you’re watching. The remote is of a decent size yet doesn’t feel too busy and enables easy operation of the soundbar.

 

If you’re hoping to wall-mount the unit, be aware that the HDMI cable and power cable sit quite tightly against the wall. Also, the AUX input is on the rear, making it quite difficult to use. The point of an AUX input is that’s ideal for easy and occasional use, without needing to move the unit. 7/10

 

 

 

Best soundbar for projector

Our standard disclaimer applies. Before buying any of the units we’ve covered, check what cables come included. If you don’t, it might take a few extra days to get your new soundbar set up, as you’ll have to order the right cables. So double-check the cable situation before buying!

 

With that out the way, it’s time to reveal what is the Best soundbar for projector in a home cinema room!

 

Top of the pack is the Sony HT-S20R, which is highly flexibly, affordable and ideal if you’re starting to build your home cinema room.

 

If you prefer to spend more and invest in a better sounding unit, then you can’t overlook the JBL Bar 5.0 Multibeam Soundbar or Yamaha YAS-109 Soundbar. Both are excellent options.

 

Finally, if you’re looking for a system that can grow with you and offers a lot of features, look at the Samsung HW-Q60T. As a smart speaker, it’s ideal for movie watching, listening to music and more.