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  1. AMGGA Jbfeelings

    I hate today's sound I just want stereo be able to hear whats being said during a film! Im lost I end up having to ripping my movie separate the audio change it to 2 channel stereo and sew them back together sound is great I can hear whats being said Just to hear what I bought sucks but true! I need help without spending 100.00 just to hear

  2. clint

    Could you test a $xxx 5.1 setup against an equally priced sound bar? There are lots of videos with people talking about it, but I would really like an actual comparison review. Thanks for another awesome video.

  3. Xachary Pratt

    If your gonna try to buy something like these on a budget your not gonna spend more than 60$ a buying things on budget is worse than you think if u can spend 150$ on a sound bar or theatre system your not buying on a budget you got money to blow.

  4. David Mander

    Best off going down the used market on ebay and getting much more bang for your buck… Never a good investment buying new with little budget…

  5. Total plonker

    Can someone please tell me how one is able to receive
    Dolby Atmos (object-based audio) on a soundbar when all the speakers are within a couple of feet of each other! 🤔🤔🤔
    It's pretty evident to me that companies are taking advantage of the lack of regulation! Unless you have a wired setup (amp or receiver) the best one is able to receive would be 'virtual' Dolby Atmos!!
    Don't worry you are not missing much after watching dozens of Dolby Atmos content I'm still yet to be impressed with this so-called 'object-based audio' all it sounds like is they're playing a separated source of sound on top of the original soundstage!
    One other thing to take into account unless it's going through a premium Dolby Atmos decoding TV you are not going to be able to 'stream' Dolby Atmos content, the best your TV will be able to decode will be Dolby d Plus!

  6. d-rizzle3000

    Hey Chris, I have a JVC RX-5030VBK surround sound system that I've owned for many years. Recently the reciever has gone bad, and I'm wondering if you know of anywhere to get a replacement and of ot matters if I use a different brand than JVC? My speakers are wired but man I've loved this system, its 180 watts and will rattle the walls! Thanks for any info

  7. twitch01

    What's better: buying a new set of $200 5.1 speakers or buying a 10 year old set that costed 400-500 new but now for 100-200? Do speakers degrade over time?

  8. Kevin Davis

    Question? Speakers on the far right at 1:34 why not put the tweeters in the same box with the woofers old school style? Because if you put those tweeters on top of the subwoofer box be looking like a pair of 90s speakers

  9. Jim S

    So my living room is small (3 x 4,5 m) and I want a set up that is good for movies but especially music.
    I do not care so much about hearing everything surrounding me when I am sitting in my couch so I dont want extra satellites etc.
    Just a relatively good budget speaker setup for music mostly.
    Are two bookcase speakers and a sub good? Or two floor speakers with no sub?
    Also am I missing a lot of I go for self-powered speakers?

  10. Damien Holland

    I just went to Best Buy and listened to the soundbars that ranged in price from $200 to $600 and the bass was shit on them all. Going to buy a 2.1 sound system instead. Mulling over the EDIFIER S350DB.

  11. chronicconditions

    hi! do you think Denon AVR-X550BT 5.2ch paired with Klipsch 5.1 -Surround Sound System speaker pack would be better for music and movies or just music compared to lg newish sn11rg 7.1.4 soundbar? thanks for the videos too! i would like to know who is your favourite brand for avrs denon, yamaha and pioneer. i guess i gotta try denon next. the only reason i havnt is cause i need to be able to use dimmer with the remote, i dont know if you can, i really like how pioneer do tone controls and dimmer on there remotes and yamaha is great with the mobile phone app, so be interesting to see how denon handles this. every receiver seems to have something awesome that the other brand doesnt have, love this avr stuff, your setup is mad!

  12. Victor Højgaard

    2.1channel soundbar
    $100
    5.1 surround sound soundbar
    $200
    7.1.4 Dolby atmos soundbar
    $700

    Hi-fi 2.1 Channel full setup
    $500
    Hi-fi 5.1 Channel full setup
    $800
    Hi-fi 7.1.4 Dolby atmos setup
    $1000

    Regardless of the sound quality, both uses same file formats, so it isn't gona sound like night and day difference.
    Specially not for the money difference on the hi-fi end.

  13. Juan Zarate

    I agree with the bluray speakers I had this cheap Phillips soundbar with sub that costed like 70 bucks brand new and I sold it because I wanted to buy this lg 5.1 blu-ray theatre system that was like 350 brand new but got it for 100 on letgo and it didn’t sound nothing like the cheap soundbar I had and it was 2.1 system lol and the home theater didn’t have Bluetooth smh

  14. Ibhenriksen

    It really depends on what you'll be listening too. For example, you will not get a true experience if you're just listening to music. You'll miss out on highs and lows unless you go with a +$500 2.1 system like a Harman Kardon, Sonos or even Yamaha.

  15. 🙋🏼‍♂️

    I have a Panasonic 5.1 Dolby Surround home cinema, and even though I've never owned a good soundbar to make a full comparison between these two systems – I think that naturally positioned speakers of a good home cinema would beat emulated 3D sound of a soundbar.

    Soundbar tries to mimic what speakers already naturally have to offer, so it will never be equal to them sound system. Do you think that cinemas will be upgrading their sound systems to massive soundbars? I didn't think so either.

  16. Yaroslav Chernyshov

    I have cheap gaming speakers which i purchased for $40 dollars around 7 years ago and they sound 100x bettes than my Q9fn in built audio.

  17. Panterbell

    I think I am going to go for a yamaha ysp 5600 + subwoofer, because I found one second hand for less than 1k wich seems like a good price.
    Also an other benefit of a soundbar is, you you dont need to wreck your walls, by drilling holes for the speakers in them. I would say, if you go for speakers, you gotta do it right and set them up properly.

  18. John Matishek

    My home theater is my living room why because I live in New York City and I have no space for a man cave. I have a Sony master OLED A9G 65inc Master OLED, and a Sony HT-ST9 sound bar (hooked up by HDMI ARC). It’s an OK sound bar but when watching movies it doesn’t give that wow factor. My living room is 10 feet across so I was thinking ahead if it’s even possible getting a sound bar for under the TV and two wireless speakers for next to the couch. Is that possible, any other ideas? With these sets would I need a receiver?

  19. ali shshtari

    I use Samsung dvd home theater for ps4 and it works Great , or maybe i haven't tried the best surround system to know how bad the Samsung HT is

  20. stubones

    I bought a budget Panasonic 5.1 SS system about 7 years ago. It has 1000w max output and I’ve never needed to turn it up beyond half way for movies or tv. For small room, as far as I’m concerned it’s more than adequate and sounds great. All for the equivalent of about $200. Unless you’re pretentious, you have a huge room or you’re a proper audiophile you should buy a blue ray 5.1 SS system instead of a sound bar. 99% of viewers will be blown away by the sound. If you’re limited to a budget in the mid hundreds a sound bar is a terrible idea if you want a fuller cinematic experience. Put Saving Private Ryan on and watch the beach scene and you’d rather have any 5.1 SS than a sound bar.

  21. Alex Fernandez

    I have a complete Sony 5.1/5.2 surround system set up to a Ultra Short throw projector/95” screen as my main entertainment/Music system. I only use about 75% of total a available power. Still very loud and clear.

    I set up a 55” 4K Vizio with a Visio 5.1 sound bar system in a extra room room. We use this mostly for watching movies and gaming. I’ve gotten this one up to about 90% of available power. Very good sound quality.

    I’m very happy with both! I set up the Vizio for a few weeks as a temporary system while I got everything needed for the new Sony “Home Theatre” setup. Again, I am happy with both. Bigger is better though for my application.

    I do like the sound bar, because I can take it outside and use it along with its small wireless subwoofer. Works great for gatherings and parties. I picked up some really cool DJ lights and it’s is even better than I thought! No too worried if anything breaks because it is kind of inexpensive, compared to one $300+ Klipsch subwoofer I recently purchased(Man I love this thing!).

    All in all, I do feel sound bar systems have come a long way.

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