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Bose sound bars for amazing home theatre audio

Shopping for a new TV and wondering if you really need a sound bar? The answer is an overwhelming yes. Sound bars are now more important than ever when it comes to creating rich, full-sounding audio in your home theatre or TV space. The truth about a sound bar is that because today’s ultra-thin 4K TVs and 8K TVs are so impossibly slim, there’s just not enough room to incorporate a high quality speaker.

How to choose a Bose sound bar

Bose makes some of the best selling sound bars on the market, and there’s different configuration options for your space. Choose a single, simple sound bar like the Bose Soundbar 300, opt for a package that includes a separate subwoofer, like the Bose Soundbar 300 with subwoofer, or opt for a sound bar that mimics surround sound, like Bose Solo 5 surround sound system.

It’s easy to find a Bose sound bar in your price range too; choose from the budget Bose Sound bar 300, the mid-priced Bose Sound bar 500 or go for top quality audio and get Bose Sound bar 700.

Bose sound bar features

One of the key features in sound bars and speakers today is voice control. While many of us already have a smart digital assistant somewhere in our lives, it may be a nice addition to have your sound bar double as a digital butler. In this case, shopping for a sound bar that adds voice control will be key for you. If you’re already covered in the smart digital assistant department, this will be less important as you make your sound bar buying decision.

How to choose the right sound bar for your home?

To some extent, your choice will be influenced by your budget and your space. While adding a super-large sound bar may seem like a good idea, it’s best to match a sound bar’s size to the width of your TV and there are Bose sound bars that can create a perfect fit. Bose also offers more compact audio solutions too if you are working with a smaller TV or space.

You may also want to consider opting for a white sound bar (like Bose Soundbar 700) if you are trying to get your home theatre to disappear into the room.

Amp up your experience with more: add a subwoofer, extra speakers, etc.

Once you finally add a sound bar and notice the difference, you’ll be tempted to add more speakers to your home theatre system. Add a subwoofer to amp up the bass and low end with full and rich low frequency sounds; it makes action flicks even better, and listening to music on this system is divine. A sound bar can also be used as part of a multi-speaker surround system for a home theatre