2022 Samsung Soundbars Will Have Wireless Dolby Atmos Without Additional Hardware

With HDMI eARC or enhanced Audio Return Channel, it reduces the number of cables to just one when connecting a soundbar to the TV while letting you enjoy the wholesome audio as offered up by Dolby Atmos surround sound technology.

Polk Audio Introduces Its First Dolby Atmos Certified Sound Bar

Good news for those in the market for a soundbar – specifically one that supports Dolby Atmos and is somewhat easier on your wallet. Polk Audio has launched its first Dolby Atmos soundbar, called Polk Audio Signa S4, that won’t break the bank.

Creative Stage 360 2.1 Soundbar: It Is Compact, But It Packs a Mighty 240W

Gone are the days where you need multiple speakers to get surround sound. A soundbar with Dolby Atmos could lend you the same experience. Admittedly, it won’t able to replace the goodness of multiple speakers but it is good enough for smaller spaces.

Here’s A Slightly More Affordable Soundbar Than The Sony HT-A7000

The last soundbar we saw from Sony is awesome and all, but with a starting price of US$1,299.99 it is definitely not wallet-friendly to everyone. This is where the new Sony Dolby Atmos/DTS:X 5.1.2ch HT-A5000 Soundbar comes in.

LG Eclair QP5 Sound Bar Is Just 11.7” Wide, Features Meridian Audio’s Technology

Oh. You hate the idea of a as-wide-as-your-TV rectangular sound bar? Or perhaps, you just don’t have the console real estate? Well, here’s one sound bar for you – that’s if a sound bar is on your wish list. Called LG Eclair QP5 Sound Bar, it is the brand’s most compact sound bar yet, measuring …

Meet Philips Line Flat Screen TVs With Integrated Sound By Bowers & Wilkins

Asking for good sound from a flat screen TV is like asking for rain in the desert. It rarely happen. That’s why sound bars exist. However, if you prefer an integrated system with assured audio quality, your options become limited. Bang & Olufsen has a couple to offer. So do Vizio. And now, Philips has …

Panasonic Teamed Up With Square Enix For FFXIV Online Optimized Gaming Speaker

Most people who play video games would prefer headphones over speakers. However, if you prefer speakers, then be sure to check out the Panasonic SoundSlayer HTB01 Gaming Speaker.