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Tell Me About Soundbars

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#1 of 4 OFFLINE   Uncle Rico

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Posted August 20 2013 - 05:43 AM

[font="Arial, 'sans-serif';color:#222222;font-size:10.5pt;"]Good Morning Home Theater.  I have stumbled across this forum so I doing what any normal person does these days.  Going to the internet for a solution.  This is my first time posting.  Please be gentle.[/font]

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[font="Arial, 'sans-serif';color:#222222;font-size:10.5pt;"]We are building a home and I have some A/V issues that I am trying to figure out as the home is being constructed. I have very limited knowledge of this topic, but I want to have a plan going into this so I can figure out what I need to buy.[/font]

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[font="Arial, 'sans-serif';color:#222222;font-size:10.5pt;"]Our living room with be the biggest issue. We will have a media room up-stairs so I don’t want a rockin setup, just something that sounds good.  The room size is about 15 x 15 and the TV will be mounted on the stone fireplace about 6' off the floor.  The components will be housed in a closet that is ~37 feet away and I will be using a BD Player and a cable box (AT&T).The issue is the sound.  So, I have thought about getting a soundbar and mounting below the TV on the fireplace.  That would be the easy solution, but the builder is also adding 2 speaker cut-outs in the ceiling in the back of the room. I would like to incorporate those into the sound bar, but I am reading that is not an option.  That true?[/font]

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[font="Arial, 'sans-serif';color:#222222;font-size:10.5pt;"]Would a sound bar provide enough audio for the size of the room?  If so, which one and would it sound good?[/font]

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[font="Arial, 'sans-serif';color:#222222;font-size:10.5pt;"]Thank You.[/font]

#2 of 4 OFFLINE   schan1269


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Posted August 20 2013 - 06:18 AM

Your best option is an actual receiver with a three channel passive soundbar(Pinnacle QP or Leon in Michigan. Just two of hundreds upon hundreds of options).Your other option is a Yamaha "soundbar system" (they have 4 or 5 if them) that includes the use of rear speakers. The hoop, and a big one, is to figure out if any of them can use in-wall speakers.

#3 of 4 OFFLINE   hilde.bijkersalakory



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Posted September 13 2013 - 06:06 AM

I woud not use à soundtrack but à 2.1 setup u get à better sound.

#4 of 4 OFFLINE   hilde.bijkersalakory



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Posted September 13 2013 - 06:08 AM

I mean soundbar offcourse.

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