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SUPERSONIC SC-444RED / Portable PA Speaker

SUPERSONIC SC-444RED / Portable PA Speaker

If you like soaps, reality TV and entertainment on Saturday night, a basic soundbar will give you everything you need to improve your listening experience. It is with sports, movies and music that a more expensive system comes alone. Surround sound puts you in the middle of the action. Many soundbars can simulate surround sound, with high-end models a realistic experience. But if you want real, you need a home theater system for its all-inclusive.

SUPERSONIC SC-444RED / Portable PA Speaker

SUPERSONIC SC-444RED / Portable PA Speaker

SUPERSONIC SC-444RED / Portable PA Speaker

What connections do I need on a soundbar?

Having a large selection of connectivity is always a bonus because you never know what you want to connect in the future. At least most of the sound bars have at least RCA jacks and an optical digital connection. This will be your preferred choice. In addition, premium sound bars are often called HDMI ARC.

The sound bars can be autonomous or equipped with a separate subwoofer to get a presence at lower frequencies. Perfect for those who want to feel the broken soul. Some sound bars supplied with multiple speakers are looking to test and emulate a surround sound experience 5.1 or 7.1. The simple physical means that it is often a real pale imitation of the ring. In addition, there are sound bases. Instead of being just a rod-shaped loudspeaker mounted in front of your TV or on a wall, sound bases act as a platform that your TV is sitting on. This often means that more drivers can be installed inside.

SUPERSONIC SC-444RED / Portable PA Speaker

What should I do? You can buy a full surround sound system with speakers and out, but this often means that the operation of the cable from the front of the room to the back, and it certainly means more boxes and traffic jam. Or you can go with an alternative more popular, the soundbar.

A soundbar eliminates multiple speakers and cables and unmatched cables. It combines three or more speakers (for the left audio channels, right and center) in a single compact, discreetly under the TV screen on a table or hanging on a wall. And thanks to its uniform design, the bar is an add-on to configure.

Most of the soundbar today are equipped with a separate subwoofer, a large loudspeaker designed to enjoy the bass bass new outbreaks of movies and collisions. Sometimes the subwoofer connects to the soundbar via a cable, sometimes wireless audio reception.

If Soundbar differs significantly from a system of full surround sound, it is the lack of rear speakers. Instead, use soundbar systems to simulate sophisticated digital audio processing by simulating the sound reproducing device you actually hear behind speakers an audio delay and a solid recovery of the side walls of the use room. Of course, the size and shape of the room, the effectiveness of these digital things will determine. However, although it does not have much surround sound effect, the soundbar system will continue to provide the volume, clarity and bass that are not built-in speakers TV.

You should also check that this output directs all incoming audio signals from connected devices such as Blu-ray players and game consoles and internal TV tuners. In this way, to listen to audio from all your devices, you need to have a single cable that is in your Soundbar Home Speaker.

Most soundbar have other inputs, including a mini-jack 3.5mm and / or stereo RCA jacks. They take analog sources and allow you to play audio from virtually any device, including mobile phones and tablets.

However, if you prefer wireless music playback from a mobile, search the built-in Bluetooth. With this method, however, note that if your mobile device and the Soundbar Home Speaker, the sound quality will not be as good.


What the numbers can and can't tell you

When you buy speakers, you will usually find the numerical specification and a written description. Note: the measures and the numbers give only part of the image, and any action may be more misleading than none at all.

The specifications often provide an impedance in ohms measured which abut an amplifier refers to resistance when a specific speaker drives. Today, most speakers are rated at 8 ohms, but that's another speculation is essentially meaningless because in reality, the impedance of a loudspeaker varies with frequency. Without seeing the "curve" impedance, it is not possible to know if the speakers have an amplifier with a simple or difficult tasks. In any case, the semiconductors modern modern amplifiers can actually perform the most appropriate speakers. However, for reasons too complicated to get there, look for speakers with a "nominal" impedance of 8 ohms, although most amplifiers can easily manage a 6 ohm load.