Philips is one of the best brands when it comes to TV sound, so it's no surprise that its soundbar lives up to the legacy. Its two-channel sound is an upgrade that's worth its $100 price tag.
This soundbar is designed specifically with movies and music in mind. With a simple setup, it delivers great sound. Use it to complement your TV, play podcasts, or listen with music.
This is probably our favorite soundbar for TV we chose. It’s loud, has nice bass, and the sound is clear. No regrets.
The ZVOX dialogue clarifying sound bar's Dolby digital decoding yields impressive sound. The AccuVoice technology adds extra clarity, but the device's limited volume makes it unusable in a living room or multiple rooms.
The VILINICE sound system is more compact than most options, while achieving the same sound quality as other, larger systems. The remote control has shortcut buttons for music and video along with EQ settings.
Foxnovo Sound Bar TV Soundbar Speaker: 3D Surround System Home Theater Wired Wireless with Sub Bass Subwoofer Mountable Sceptre Cinema Soundbat TVs Television HDMI ARC Optical AUX Connect
A soundbar system with subwoofer can offer deeper bass and richer sound, but it may also add more clutter to your TV cabinet. Fox's soundbar works with most TVs and works with both home theater systems and soundbars, so it's just the right amount of technology for your home theater.
The TV sound bar is extremely easy to setup and use. The generous sound is enough for music and movies. Remote control is included.
This sound bar is ideal for smaller TV's, and is ideal for a theater room. The included stand makes it easy to mount to the wall.
The PHEANOO 2.1 CH Soundbar and Subwoofer offers a ton of features, including 5.1 audio output, advanced Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, an HDMI ARC connection, as well as a wired subwoofer.
This sound bar is great for simple, quick setup, easy navigation through its Bluetooth pairing, and a decent value. Its limited input options, poor sound quality, and no. of connections make it less versatile, and our testers struggled to comfortably use it with an AVR.