More compact and less expensive, the soundbar is an interesting alternative to traditional 5.1 systems and a good way to improve the sound of your flat TV.
The Yamaha YAS-209 is a mid-high-end soundbar that features immersive 3D DTS Virtual:X sound and has Amazon’s Alexa onboard.
This is the best soundbar with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X of the moment; it’s as simple as that. With a high-fidelity sound quality and an unsurpassed surround experience compared to any other soundbar, the Samsung HW-Q90R is a must-buy for anyone looking for the best possible sound in a soundbar, although for this privilege you will obviously have to dig deep in your pocket.
If you want to revamp your home cinema but you are on a budget, you can’t go wrong with the Yamaha YAS-207: it sounds just as good when watching movies as when listening to music, it comes with two HDMI ports – which is by no means a given in this price range – and an unusually manageable and handy remote control.
More than five years after the Playbar, Sonos finally launched a new soundbar. More compact and less expensive than its predecessor, the Sonos Beam presents itself as a speaker full of ergonomic innovations in tune with the times, better suited to modern uses, and even integrating the Alexa voice assistant from Amazon.