Televisions used to come packaged with built-in stand speakers and sub woofers. Why has this usually standard practice been largely abandoned with newer televisions? It has a lot to do with space. Americans are finding they have less space but a need for more stuff, and it is causing technology developers to innovate. HD televisions rarely come packaged with high-quality large speakers, simply because it makes the television bulkier, and customers will steer away from it. This has caused a trend of weaker sound outside the box. The picture quality is HD in mass consumer products, but the sound is ‘tinny.’
Though some customers are not impressed. Sound Bars fulfill that need without overtaking the television set with huge boombox-like speakers. Sound Bars are beneficial for two main reasons.
They Come Small
Sound bars are designed to be long and flat so they can fit between various sections of the shelving without being intrusive. Sound bases fit underneath a television and are usually fit in the open space at the bottom of the shelving. Some of the best bars on the market can fit Dolby digital processing sound alongside a remote control that is connected to a smartphone. The higher end sound bars are completely wireless, so they can fit on various shelves by the television without being noticeable. They boast a pretty impressive sonic range given their size.
They Add Sonic Dimension
Now speakers sitting in various parts of the room will create the highest amount of sonic dimension and texture. But sound bars are a nice second place. They add a little sonic thickness without requiring an advanced wireless set-up or wires that are snuck under carpets and around end tables.
When pared with a sub, one can experience a rich sonic palette. Though it is not the highest level home TV installation, it fits that nice balance between affordable and sonically impressive. Fitted with a remote control functionality, Blue tooth, and a wireless set-up throughout, individuals can set two or three sound bars in a triangle around the television and find a rich sound experience befitting the top of the line.