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EARC Soundbars

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EARC Soundbars Sonos Beam (Gen 2)

Sonos Beam (Gen 2)




Donaghy Bros
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Three tips to consider before buying a soundbar

One tip is to look for a soundbar that has a second number listed next to the channel number, for example "number of channels: 3.1”. This means the bar has a subwoofer making your soundbar a convenient two-in-one solution.

The number of channels refers to the number of speakers in your bar and thus the amount of sound you will hear.

  • Two channels: Some soundbars have only two channels, one on the right and one on the left. Since a soundbar is primarily intended to improve the sound of your TV, two channels may not be enough and you might want to consider a couple of speakers instead.

  • Three+ channels: A soundbar can play surround sound with as few as three channels. Real audio connoisseurs will want more than three channels. But for really good sound, check whether there is a third channel number, for example if it says “number of channels 5.1.2”. The number '2' indicates that the channels support Dolby Atmos and indicate how many of t

In addition to a good HDMI socket, bluetooth and Wi-Fi are also worth having. The soundbar can then satisfy most needs in the home.

Need some further tips how to get the most out of your soundbar? We've found a guide for you with some neet tricks at Thehometheaterdiy.com.



A soundbar is an all-in-one speaker system that gives your TV audio a big boost. It’s a relatively small speaker that requires little space, which makes it suitable for most homes.

Yes, they work with both older and newer models. You can connect a soundbar in different ways depending on which ports are available on your TV. You can connect it through HDMI, optical cables, Bluetooth, or WiFi.

For an audiophile experience? No. Though, a soundbar does provide better sound than the built-in speakers of your TV and also creates a manufactured surround sound with just one speaker. A soundbar is cheaper and easier to use than having to connect external speakers, which often require an amplifier, more space, and lots of cables.

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