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Review The Yamaha YAS-207 has the newest surround sound technology found in sound bars and creates a theater-quality audio experience for a small investment.
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The Klipsch RSB-6 sound bar produced some of the best results in our listening tests. Its Dolby surround setting offered a wide sound stage in our movie test, and the wireless subwoofer did a good job of rumbling our AV room, especially for a 6.5-inch speaker.
The Sony CT390 is a two-driver, 2.1 sound bar system. This sound bar has a sleek design; it sits flat on your TV stand with the front face angled upward.
The JBL Bar 2.1 is a slim and powerful sound bar with an impressive sound stage. There are four 2.25-inch midrange drivers and two 1.25-inch tweeters in the bar, packaged with 6.5-inch wireless subwoofer.
The Focal Dimension sound bar utilizes advanced amplifier and speaker technology to deliver a wide and detailed sound stage. It has five 4-inch paper cone drivers that are powered by a 6-channel 450-watt amplifier.
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