If you're spending a lot of money for a sound bar, say up to a grand, it makes sense to consider one which includes Dolby Atmos.
Yet foreign speakers on models like the LG SK10Y offer better immersioning of of 4K Blu-rays and Netflix shows.
The LG also adds DTSX, which lets you watch movies such as Atomic Blonde and the Harry Potter series with the most enveloping sound possible.
This is a large and very long speaker, so long it doesn't fit on our A/V rack.
But it's designed to complement the company's 65-inch television.
The system is able to throw sound up, forward and to the sides.
And if that isn't enough, you can buy the matching wireless surrounds as well.
The [UNKNOWN] basically supplemented by a large wireless subwoofer.
The LG has an LED display which is relatively readable.
This is helpful whether you're changing the EQ, inputs or sound mode.
The Samba offers two HDMI inputs with 4K HDR compatibility, optical and a 3.5mm input.
It's a WiFi Samba, which includes current cast multi-room in addition to bluetooth.
It's primarily Really designed for movie soundtracks, with an exciting forward balance which will make action movies come alive.
Music comes off sounding a little steely and disjointed, which is a shame, given its ability to form part of a whole-room audio system.
But if you want something huge, and that can play Atmos movies, the SK10Y is worth looking into.
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