Polk MagniFi Max is its first 5.1-capable Chromecast sound bar
Polk's latest sound bar, the MagniFi Max, offers up a slew of connectivity and the ability to incorporate rear speakers to become a 5.1 system.
The sound bar comes with rear speakers for $599 (MagniFi Max SR) or without for $499, the audio company announced today. The SR-1 rears are also available as an upgrade for $125. Both versions incorporate a wireless 8-inch ported sub and feature a low profile 2-inch 'bar.
The sound bar comes with plenty of sound processing tricks including the company's own Stereo Dimensional Array technology which is designed to give the user an ultrawide sound stage. It also comes with Voice Adjust for clearer dialog and from what we've seen on other Polk models it should work rather well.
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