Sony's line of 2015 audio gear includes four new soundbars and two receivers with an emphasis on Bluetooth streaming and HDMI connectivity.
Sound bars are the cheapest and easiest way to get better sound in your living room. Here's what's important, what's not, and why you should still consider a simple stereo system.
The Samsung HT-X710 is a great-sounding 2.1 DVD system, but the funky design and dearth of inputs may put off some buyers.
Pin back your vestibular apparatus for new sound-related kit from Sharp: the HT-SB400 sound bar and DK-AP8P iPod dock
Harman Kardon has announced a new sound-bar home theater system, the SB 16, which carries a high $600 list price.
Samsung's newly announced HT-D7100 fits an entire Blu-ray home theater system into a single large cube enclosure.
Sound bars have found a ready market with home theater buyers seeking to avoid the hassles of running wires and placing speakers around the room. But what are they giving up sound-wise?
Now that everyone is thinking about 3D TV, what about 3D sound?
We recently told you about a slew of new Onkyo receivers that will offer support for 3D content. Thankfully, that upgrade has trickled down to the company's 2010 line of home-theater-in-a-box products.
Like the company's other 2009 Blu-ray products, this funky-looking home theater system can also stream Netflix movies and Pandora's online music service.