This sound bar combines an affordable price with an elegant and stylish design, as well as impressive sound capabilities. It's easy to set up and use with just two cables required for operation.
For $200, it delivers a solid sound performance, full 4K HDR picture, adequate computing performance, and more. It has every feature you could ask of a soundbar that costs $200.
The Sony Soundbar and Subwoofer dominated our testing due to its outstanding audio, excellent connectivity, and solid build quality.
The most comprehensive sound bar we tested, it delivers tons of features, impressive audio quality, and a great price.
While this sound bar is best for the television, it performs just as well for streaming to your gaming console or PC. This speaker sounds best for movies and music. For games, you'll need a decent external speaker or headphones.
These powered subwoofers deliver decent bass and an affordable price point. They're also easy to set up, with a pre-wired cable and auto-detecting power slots. Our buyer's guide will answer any additional questions that were pressing.
This is what a true home theater system should feel like. The two-channel Cinema 400 Soundbar wakes you up to the action with crisp, clear dialogue.
The Logitech Z906 system delivers on the promise of true surround sound, but its design and durability leave something to be desired.
For TVs with Bluetooth, this is the best budget soundbar/TV speaker we tested, and one of the best overall. It produces good sound, is easy to set up, and it does what it says it will do: it improves your TV audio.
Bose's soundbar system performs better than any TV stereo we tested. However, it lacks HDMI inputs, and its lack of Bluetooth connectivity, and headphone jacks make it work best with TVs that have single audio outputs.