If we're being blunt, most flatpanel TVs provide terrible sound quality, but not everyone has the cash or the space to upgrade to a full home cinema system, while others simply don't like the thought of cables messing up their carefully planned interior decor. Dilemmas like these have created a strong demand for single-unit, wall-mountable speaker systems (or 'soundbars') that deliver powerful sound quality without making unreasonable demands on your living environment, or in the case of Samsung's HT-WS1G, your wallet.
Most people love the idea of installing a home cinema system in their living room but not everyone can easily incorporate a full surround system. With five satellite speakers, a network of cables and a bulky sub to squeeze in, it can be difficult to find space for it all, particularly with a clutter-hating other half to appease.
Is your super-slim LED TV style over sonics? Flatscreen TV makers have had to sacrifice decent speakers to achieve the kind of millimetre-measured thinness people want to buy – and to the massive detriment of sound quality. Having taken your slim screen home and discovered that the audio is – shock horror – about as impressive as your bedside alarm clock, your penance for shallowness is to invest in a soundbar.
Canal central indépendant Le canal central est crucial sur n'importe quel système Home Cinéma.
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Le système d'enceintes 2.1 Samsung HW-D570 se compose d'une barre de son et d'un caisson de basses actif sans fil, alimentés par deux amplificateurs délivrant au total 310 Watts. Complément d'importance, un dock iPhone/iPod enrichit sa connectique.