This week we have rounded up the best 4K TVs and the best Blu-ray and set-top boxes for those 4K TVs and today we are going to roundup what we think are the best audio products to go with both of those.
These are the best home cinema tech products of 2017:
Samsung HW-MS650 Soundbar
The Samsung HW-MS650 Soundbar is a oretty awesome soundbar for anyone who wants to save space but still get great sound.
It is sized at just 1,060 x 78 x 130mm and features a 3.0 speaker configuration with 9 x 20W of audio power, a 4K/HDR HDMI loop-through, an optical audio input, a 3.5mm audio port, 2-way Bluetooth, and WiFi for extreme audio compatibility. And it isn’t too badly priced either.
If you want some more audio power then you might prefer the HW-K950 over the HW-MS650. It is also a soundbar, however, it comes in the form of a wireless satellite and soundbar combo.
On top of that, the soundbar also features full Dolby Atmos support for extreme surround sound with an audio scape that exists above, below, in front and to the side of you. It is also sized at just 47.6 x 3.2 x 5.1 inches, features 1 x digital optical, 1 x HDMI input, a HDMI output, an included subwoofer, and both Bluetooth and WiFi.
Sonos Playbar/ Playbar and Sub
Sonos’ Playbar is a soundbar that might just suprise you, it can be combined with your current Sonos speaker line-up and the Sonos Sub for a complete home cinema solution that can be expanded as much or as little as you want.
The LG BH9540TW home cinema system is a complete 9.1 channel 3D surround sound system that consists of nine speakers and one woofer, with Aramid Fibre speakers to deliver clear and precise sound. It also has Bluetooth connectivity with wireless connectivity with a Blu-ray player.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £643
The Logitech Z506 is a surround sound system that can connect to your PC, game console, music player, or other devices, with 75W of power and a dedicated controller for managing the system.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £69
The Onkyo HT-S7700 is a fantastic home cinema system that comes with support for the Dolby Atmos and DTS-X sound formats, with support for HDCP 2.2 and HDR, with 4K/60Hz capable 4:4:4 HDMI terminals, with 8 HDMI inputs and 2 HDMI output for full UHD viewing, it also connects to devices wirelessly over Wi-Fi and Bluetooth as well as stream right from services like Spotify.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £745
The Paradigm Soundscape is one of the most expensive soundbars on the market and for good reason, featuring great sound quality, huge bass and Apt-X wireless audio streaming.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £1,295
Philips Fidelio B5
The Philips Fidelio B5 is one of our favourite options for getting into upgrading your home cinema, that’s because it is one simple kit that combines a full 5.1 surround sound audio system with a soundbar and subwoofer, simply snap off the two wireless side speakers and you have a full Dolby Digital 5.1 system.
BUY FROM PHILIPS – £599
Bose Solo 5
The Bose Solo 5 is a mid-range soundbar that delivers the sound that you would expect from a Bose product, with Bluetooth connectivity to stream music from any of your devices.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £199
If you want something simplier than all of these and cheaper than all of these then you should check out the Razer Leviathan, which is a 5.1 Bluetooth gaming and music soundbar that takes up little space but delivers big sound.