Sound Bars

I have a quote for a LEON Horizon sound bar at $ $3,000 or an Elura SBR1 RedLabel sound bar & Elura SUBR8 8"woofer $ 2,000
Are these worth it ? what the differance between the 2 of them
Am I better off going to strore bought Bose/Sonos ?

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I mean wow. Most folk past 1,000 are setting up receivers, not sound bars. No one I know or talk with go over 1K on a sound bar.

As to the difference, DO NOT BUY FROM FOLK, STORES OR COMPANIES that won't discuss many thousand dollar products. This is a bad sign that their support is just ... bad.

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Avoid- not worth the $

For a lot less you can build a system proper AV receiver + 5.1 which will sound vastly superior.

Also avoid Bose and Sonos for similar reasons.

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Get Sonos Playbase, nice looking, superb sound.

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Superb sound? Hardly.

May be acceptable to some who otherwise don’t understand how audio systems function.
Price/sound quality ratio is too high.

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