The Bose Soundbar 500 with Alexa voice control built-in, Black (Renewed) is similar to the previous model, but comes with improved speakers and a voice assistant. It's the only soundbar we tested to offer Alexa voice control, and its sound quality is on par with the $400 and $600 Bose soundbars.
The Bose Solo Soundbar Series II is a good sounding all-in-one replacement for the TV's built-in speakers. It's easier to set up, and you can use with any Bluetooth device.
Bose offers the most powerful smart soundbar you can buy, but it comes at a price. Two built-in upfiring speakers provide an immersive Dolby Atmos experience, and the built-in voice assistants allow you to control your TV and other devices with just your voice.
The Videobar translates your voice and content from the web into a rich, clear sound. The videobar allows you to use Google Hangouts Meet, Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and other virtual conference platforms.
The Bose Smart Soundbar 300 is Bose's answer to the growing popularity of voice control. It's voice-enabled, has Alexa built-in, and is priced under $200.
The Bose Smart Soundbar 700 boasts the best sound and the best voice control, but it's expensive and still a bit cumbersome to use.
The Bose Soundtouch 300 is easy to mount on the wall, easy on the eyes, and easy to operate. It's solid sound is evenly balanced, and its Bluetooth pairing is seamless.
Small, affordable soundbar that makes your TV sound better than it appeared possible. Great sound for the price.
The Bose Solo 5 can elevate the sound of your TV, but we found the sound to be a little harsh, making it better for an average home than a dedicated home theater.
We like the Bose Soundbar 500 for its sturdy build, versatility, and price. It's smaller than others we considered, yet sounds far better than the less expensive competition we tested.