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Philips Sound Bar hts5120/12 vs Samsung HW-C 450. Best sound

Hi

Between these two Home cinema Sound Bars, which in your opinion has better sound quality? Which one in terms of sound will be the best?

Philips HTS5120/12

Main unit:
-Impedance: 8 ohm in woofer, 8 ohm at tweeter
-Frequency response: 150 Hz ~ 20 kHz

Subwoofer:
-Impedance: 8 ohm
-Frequency response: 35-200 Hz
-Subwoofer: Control Type
-Signal/noise ratio: > 65 dB

Sound:
-Frequency response: 35 hz-20 000 Hz
-Output power (RMS): 400 W

Sound enhancement: treble and, Dolby Virtual Speaker
Sound system: Dolby Prologic II, DTS 96/24, stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1

Samsung Hw-C 450

Main unit:
-Power: 80 W x 2
-Impedance: 4 ohm

Subwoofer:
-Power: 120 W
-Impedance: 4 ohm

Sound:
-Frequency response: 20 Hz-20 000 Hz
-Output power (RMS): 280W

Sound system: Dolby Digital, DTS


In frequency response the Philips has 35 hz-20 000 Hz and Samsung 20 Hz-20 000 Hz, is this important? But Philips have output power (RMS): 400W and Samsung 280W. Also,they have different values in Impedance 8 ohm and 4 ohm respectively.

I'm asking your help because I do not understand a lot of this and I'm a bit confused

Thank you

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