Best Home Theater Speakers 7.1 Dolby Atmos

Speakers 20 Aug 2022 10+ Comments Open

1. Acoustic Audio HD728 Ceiling Surround

Acoustic Audio HD728 Ceiling Surround

Not all TV's have an Audio-out jack. The transmitter may need to be connected to a cable or satellite box. A 9 piece home speaker set includes 4 wall speakers and 2 ceiling speakers. Butyl rubber surrounds, round cut out, and low profile housings. The cut out is 19.25" X 7.5" and the depth is 3.25". 2 HDS10 wall passive Sub speakers, 200-300w each, 26hz-200hz, 10" Woofers, cut out is 10.625" X 10.625", overall is 12 X12", depth is 3.75", these passive subs require a Ws 1005 Sub amplifier This listing is for a complete 9 piece wall and ceiling speaker set.

Brand: Acoustic Audio By Goldwood

👤Each of the subs will need an independent amplifier to provide power to them. If you have an audiovisual receiver that can provide Pre Amp Outs, you can connect your speakers to an external amplifier. We put in a pair of front speakers along with a pair of back speakers. Behind our listening area, we installed 2 rear speakers, 1 sub, and one round in the ceiling. The other round was above the other seating area. We were able to verify the ceiling speakers were working and generate tones using the AV receiver YAPO because we didn't hook up the subs to the audiovisual system. I wouldn't purchase this product. The system looks complete and the seller says that only 2 Amp products will work and make it work. The use of passive subs would be a problem with this speaker package. Pre Outs are only available for active subs in the majority of the receivers you will see. I bought a Rockville amplifier that I thought would provide enough power for both subs. After reading previous reviews and questions about other buyers concern for the amplifier for the subs, I was not able to verify if other users were able to use other Amps besides what the seller recommended. I waited until our living room was renovated to install the speakers and wires for our audiovisual system, so I am out of the return period. I left questions for other buyers and their reviews, so I was not able to get a reply or support for this product. It turns out that a purchase was made under good intentions. It is very embarrassing to show friends and family what you have purchased and only able to enjoy tones from all speakers and have no subs as they remain in the wall as "Display Only". The money, time, and research spent before purchasing was not what you were expecting. My recommendation is that if you want a 5.2 or 7.2 speaker configuration for your home theater, you should not buy from this seller and build your own. This purchase is not meant for you unless you know how to use passive and active speakers. The seller will want you to purchase their own Amps for each sub, no matter what speaker system you buy. You can find 2 front speakers, 2 matching rear speakers, 2 additional wall or ceiling speakers, and 2 active subs that can be hooked from your audio equipment. The tech support you expect is poor. The reviews from other buyers are more than 3 years old. I don't think this was an honest purchase, so I can't give an honest review. If you understand passive and active subs, the product may fit your needs. This purchase was not for me. I probably wasted money on the external amplifier I bought because it wasn't recommended by the seller. The seller told me that the only amplifier that will work for this speaker set is the WS105. The Pre Outs from your receiver are used to connect your subs to the outs of the amplifier. Let me know if other people are able to do this work. Before buying, please do more research. Just finished hooking up the 5 man speakers to a Yamaha and the Rockville RPA 9 Amps and the Pre Outs of the Sub 1 and Sub 2 to the input of the Yamaha. The performance was so good that the sub woofers ran out of Rockville, Stereo, Low Pass and turned the system on. I felt like I was on stage when they were so loud. I would buy it.

2. Klipsch Reference Theater Surround System

Klipsch Reference Theater Surround System

The Klipsch reference theater pack has a minimal footprint. The cleanest, most natural sound can be achieved with Klipsch's exclusive Tractrix Horn technology. The wireless sub is designed to deliver room-filling low frequencies without requiring a lot of floor space. Each satellite speaker has a threaded insert and a keyhole mount, which make it easy to place the wireless subwoofer. The reference theater pack has a minimal footprint.

Brand: Klipsch

👤The purchase of this product was about 5 stars. Good product, good sound quality, arrived on time. There was a problem that turned into a nightmare. One of the simpler and inexpensive parts of the subwoofer is the rubber foot, which is one of the legs that should have it. It was inserted under pressure. Why is this important? Without the rubber feet on the sub, it will lose its stability and the leg will hit the floor, creating a noise that shouldn't be there. Klipsch customer service initially was excellent, and immediately sent a replacement. The replacement parts were wrong. They made sure they had the correct model. They double check to make sure everything was okay. The attendant went to another department to check out what went wrong and assured me that I will work this time. Wrong part arrives again. I sent pictures with arrows pointing the rubber foot and a schematic sketch so they could recognize the mysterious part. Klipsch said to go find this part on the secondary market. I can't return the product because of the time spent. The price was lowered to make it even better. Customer service from Klipsch was incompetent. If my friends decide to buy anything from Klipsch, I'll use the system with a piece of cardboard under the leg to repeat the story.

👤I am retired but I can't throw away money. We built our own home on our farm and all of it is paid for by God. I went to a store. I paid less for the speakers on Amazon than I did for the Klipsch ones. I bought my receiver from Amazon a year ago because of the tight finances. Got it paid for, bought some great sounding Klipsch speakers and love them. What a sound. I am going to put my QLED 70 series on my wall. Got it from NFM. A beautiful vent free fireplace is1-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-6556 The setting is going to be beautiful. I want to have many romantic nights with my wife. God is in control of life. I went to Best Buy and the Geek Squad came to my house and said that it would cost a lot to install my speakers. I did it myself at 72 years old. The Stereo cabinet I put together is beautiful. I put the wheels under it because it will weigh 200 lbs. Almost solid wood. Thanks to Amazon, life is more affordable. The farmer is Joe.

👤The system came without a wireless accessory for the sub. The company that sold me the unit ignored me when I contacted them. If you would like to buy this system. Don't buy it here. I had a look at the Klipsch sub. It is a Onkyo sub in a box. Sending everything to klipsch on Monday.

👤I bought the speakers and receiver from thelipsch Black Reference Theater Pack 5.1. This is the best sound I have ever heard after I got it all set up. This system spits out perfect sound with everything I throw at it, from football games to television to different genres of music. I am playing my favorite songs and am hearing sounds I have never heard before. If you are going with 5.1 surround, I recommend this system. If I were to put a system in a larger room, I would have bought a 7.1 receiver and tried using the Klipsch as surround speakers, but now after listening to the Klipsch, I would go with the Klipsch.

3. Klipsch Reference Premiere RP 280FA Theater

Klipsch Reference Premiere RP 280FA Theater

The built-in all-digital amplifier has plenty of power and high efficiency. 2x Klipsch Reference R- and Klipsch R- and Klipsch R- and Klipsch R- and Klipsch R- and Klipsch R- and Klipsch R- and Klipsch R- and Klipsch R- and K The built-in channel is for Dolby Atmos. The Linear Travel Suspension Titanium has a titanium component. There are dual 8" Spun Copper Cerametallic Cone Woofers. The hybrid Tractrix Horn is 90x90

Brand: Klipsch

👤Totally worth the money. Well packed. Heavy. It was big. When I hit the purchase button, the speaks looked small on my phone. My poor man! The packaging was good. Every speaker was clean. The sound is amazing. I have a Denon AVR. It is 165w per channel so it is 80w at 8 ohms. The sound is clean and crisp. My ears hurt when my meter said 112. There is no need to push further. The 12” swim is tight. There was no flutter at the bowl. I am happy. I enjoy a movie or some music. The speakers are a dream for me. Sometimes you get what you pay for. If my wife would let me turn it on.

👤The price made the system even better. The quality of manufacturing is second to none. I highly recommend this to anyone in the market for a home theater system.

👤The speaker system is outstanding. It arrived in a timely manner and was packed well. The sound reproduction is outstanding. It's used in a home theater.

4. Definitive Technology Speakers Wireless Subwoofer

Definitive Technology Speakers Wireless Subwoofer

The sound bar is two inches tall and is out of sight until you hear the massive boom with the racetrack drivers and 1” tweeters. This slim, compact speaker fills your room with natural 3D surround sound and hi-res audio formats, making every movie you watch unforgettable. ExtraORDINARY VISUALS. You can get a cinematic experience on your 4K HD TV with the help of the HRD10 and Dolby Vision support, which will bring your songs and movies to life. The 8” subwoofer is included in the price of a home and it's deep, rumbling bass grabs your attention in every corner of the room. The sound is big and powerful. You can stream hi-res audio tracks from popular streaming services, such as Spotify, or simply connect to your digital library for wireless listening. Home automation systems like Control4 and Crestron allow you to control your home system and appliances with voice control. A 4.1 Channel Home Entertainment System includes a 4K HDMI Input, Optical In and Aux 1, plus a 4K HDMI out with eARC support and a USB Input, and you can connect your preferred audio, video source in minutes.

Brand: Definitive Technology

👤The sound bar can get loud. It's loud at 50% volume when playing the audio content. I'm afraid to put it past 75%. The room can be shook by the sub. I'm too scared to do it, but I guarantee that if you put the speakers at MAX, your eyeballs will vibrate out of your head. The kit should have a warning label. There are 3 dialogue clarity options. Low, med, high. You will be able to understand what's being said even if you push it loud. I didn't notice a drop in performance when using the dialogue options. It is easy to set up. You have to use the app. A physical remote is included in the app. You can adjust bass and treble in the app. There are 6 quick save macros. The remote is compatible with both IR and sleak. There are several buttons for changing input, power, and dialogue. The soundbar is compatible with your TV remote, so you can control volume with one remote. The app allows you to control volume on your phone. The visible dots on the front of the soundbar that light up or dim when changing settings is something I really like. Really enjoy that they did this. I researched other soundbars. I'm going to return the device that I was using. The sound quality of the bar alone is not as good as the beam. This product is very good and I would highly recommend it. Still performing spectacularly, 6 month update. It was used with anLG CX. After extensive testing, I can't tell if it was the TV or the sound bar, but I did have some audio issues using eArc. The issues have stopped after a few TV updates. The HEOS app only updates the soundbar, so make sure you open it once in a while. I suggest you reconsider if you believe atmos and 7.1 can't be done properly with a rinky soundbar. I've never experienced a $5000 audio set up, but I'm picky when it comes to quality electronics, and this gives intricate set ups a run for their money. For a fraction of the price, you can get a quality sound and stage.

👤Over the past year, I have been buying sound bars that are more expensive. I went through a store. 2 Sony's and finally this one. The wireless rears of Sony were amazing. When it worked. Both the sub and the rears list connection was not very frequent. The sound quality of the Definitive is better than the Sony. The sound of something is so small.

👤The sound quality is amazing, but I am not happy with the narrow stereo field. I have a q65 and it has a built in speakears that sound wider than the one on the soundbar. For this amount of money, I expected a wider stereo field. I will sit with it for a week. I will return it and get some speakers if it still doesn't sound wide.

5. Klipsch R 625FA Dolby Floorstanding Speakers

Klipsch R 625FA Dolby Floorstanding Speakers

The built-in channel is for Dolby Atmos. The main channel has a copper Spun Magnetically Shielded IMG Woofers. Bass-Reflex via Rear-Firing Tractrix ports. There are dual 1" aluminum diaphragm compression shavers. Square Tractrix Horn. The sensitivity is 96 dB with 2 83V/1M and power handling. It was Hz.

Brand: Klipsch

👤There is proof in the hearing. I love the fact that the R-625FAs can enunciat high frequencies. At times instruments such as cymbals and triangles seem to be present. Woodwinds and brass instruments are very good. When I play Artie Shaw's clarinet pieces, it seems like he's in the room. I was surprised by the weight of the speakers. When I ordered them, I didn't bother to check on this. When installing them, it's better to have a hand truck.

👤Love them. The speakers are fired to deliver the sound. The sound bounces off the ceiling. You are completely immersed. The heart of the experience is the sound system. I bought mine from Amazon and they arrived perfect. I can not tell the difference. A few bucks were saved. If you crank it, it will blow your ears off. Very happy with them.

👤I got the whole set of 10 matching speakers. People are blown away by me. The corner was smashed on the bottom of my speaker as they arrived. Be careful to check your speaker when it arrives from a carrier other than the one you choose.

👤I received one speaker on the date and the second on Monday. I set this up quickly and enjoy listening to them. I have a Onkyo 7.1 which is great and I will watch a DVD to compare the sound.

👤I have owned speakers from Klipsch before and these are no different. They are outstanding. The sound quality is great. The surround sound on my first Atmos speakers is excellent. I would recommend them to everyone. You will not be disappointed if you buy the Klipsch speaker.

👤If you like the sound of Klipsch, you will be fine. The speakers have built in speakers that give you a different sound. The room filled with sound. They could make more on the bottom end.

👤The seller was great to deal with and the product was in perfect condition when I got it. I would purchase from this seller again.

👤I was looking for atmos speekers.

6. Sony 3 1ch Wireless Subwoofer HT Z9F

Sony 3 1ch Wireless Subwoofer HT Z9F

The ultimate home theater upgrade has a 3.1ch engine. There are seven sound modes for enhanced movies, music, gaming, news and sport. Voice enhancement for clarity. The BLUETOOTH streaming has built-in wi-fi and is easy to use. High-resolution audio is possible. You can use your Amazon connected device to stream music, online radio, and podcasts. Just ask.

Brand: Sony

👤The version is called the TL;DR version. It's worth every penny. Buy the rear speakers as well. This is my favorite thing. You don't know what you're missing. People who love audio but aren't building dedicated theaters, people with reasonably-sized rooms and apartments, and people who love "that movie sound" are the best for. It's great for the everyday person who appreciates sound but doesn't want a complicated setup. Not best for large spaces, those who want huge amounts of volume, and those expecting tower-level performance out of a soundbar. I am Sony's perfect test mule, a home theater enthusiast, audio snob, and proud member of the "Soundbars are nonsense and your speakers should be wired" camp. I was going to jump on it when it popped up with all the buzzwords, but it runs 3.1. I'm a bit crazy as I seek out things to prove me wrong and learn. This could be my masterpiece, and boy was it. You will be hard-pressed to find much bang for your buck. You're still staring down a sound system that costs over $1300 with the rear channels, but "Little" is relative. Unless you're willing to go down the dark rabbit hole of dedicated theaters with the right speakers in the right places, you won't find a better experience. SETUP setup requires a few visits to the manual. I have a 4K TV that requires a few changes in settings, but the manual walks you through them. It's pretty plug-and-play. The "easy setup" wizards don't need to think about it when speakers pair themselves. It's stupid-simple. Love it. I wanted to make sure it could actually cast audio. I fired up the service on my phone and it was there. I chose a live recording to see what it could do and stopped doing anything for an hour. It's the most generic description I've ever heard. You're there. This is an experience that is not static. You feel like you are at the show when you listen to live recordings. It's beautiful, magical, and addictive. Which leads us to the next question, what does that mean for movies? I thought I should test that and see if it's good. Remember the line about the dog? There are fireworks in this demo. I can't think of a better example than the dog looking at the ceiling. If a dog is confused, they are doing something right. The speakers are so good that the level of immersion is amazing. They're so good at it that it makes me angry that they're doing an injustice to these things. Sound from TV to movies is easy to setup. Watching a few other TV shows and movies made the dog over at the speakers enjoy a saxophone and made everything come to life. It can be hard to balance if you're not into that kind of thing. This doesn't require any tuning on my part and it balances voices and sounds easily. God of War is in a video game mode. This should be the most amazing thing that Sony has to offer -- a Sony TV running a Sony game on a Sony PS4 through a Sony soundbar. I have played video games in a theater before, but this is the first time I have been able to hear sounds. I don't think it's the speakers' fault that some sounds fall flat. I think they aren't rendered with authentic sound and the speakers only replicate what they hear. The smaller sounds sound amazing. Sound effects are not as loud. I think it's harder to say 3.1 equates to 7.1.2. I think it's not the speakers fault. These seem to bend the laws of physics to create a sound that's more realistic and you need to pick up the rear channels. There is a noticeable difference between the rears and the fronts. The sound system doesn't shine without those rear channels. Don't get me wrong, it's still very good, but just throw in the extra money. I have a few gripes about this thing, but they wouldn't deter me from buying it. If you have a smart TV, you still need to keep two remotes. If you use the smart apps on your TV, you can't use the soundbar in a traditional format. It's not a big deal. Since I was old enough to use them, I probably have at least two remotes. I think Sony will change this in the future. It could use more power. It's perfect for my space and your mileage will vary with it. The room it's in has 16' ceilings and 20' x 30' walls. It provides a lot of punch and I think it's a good spot. If you want to fill something bigger, this may not be the system for you. Be honest with yourself, that's a pretty big room. A lot of people get caught up in the wattage game without asking themselves how often they have this thing cranking up to 11. When using a smart TV, it can be difficult to switch from one service to another. Sony could fix the software issues in time. It's a bit of an edge case and doesn't take away from the overall experience. I expected this system to be half marketing hype and it blew me away. It made me believe that sound engines can change the dynamic. It knocks it out of the park because it targets a specific buyer who really appreciates sound but doesn't want to spend a lot of money or time on it. I am grateful. I received it through the Amazon program. Let me know if you find it helpful.

7. Sony HT G700 3 1CH Dolby Atmos

Sony HT G700 3 1CH Dolby Atmos

The engine is called the Dolby Atmos: X and Vertical Surround Engine. Audio closes to 7.1.2 each sound. The wireless sub delivers a powerful bass sound. Sound modes can be used to listen to movies and music. You can enjoy all your media with multiple easy connections. Enjoy high quality movies in 4K. You can connect to your TV via the internet.

Brand: Sony

👤I bought this knowing that the movies are fake and not real. Why? You cannot beat the price of a Dolby Atmos soundbar. My TV is from Sony. There is an advertised 7.1.2 upscaling. There was no wi-fi. So my review? I watched the content at high volume. A 5.1 or 7.1 sound bar would be better than the zero vertical effect. I had to use my spare high quality HDMI cable because the bar didn't have the right audio quality. The vertical audio can be heard through the front 3 speakers. The sound bar does not have speakers that are upward fired. Sony claimed it could do it with software magic, but solid smart marketing would make you get Sony! It is a decent sound bar with a fake belief that you have a soundbar and upscale. Do you like it? Nope. Everything is coming from the bar. There was no surround effect except for very few effects. Why didn't I get it? This will work for my small room and it will do better than my tv speakers. You can get a Sony 7.1.2 Atmos Sound Bar for $1300 or a Yamaha 7.1.2 Atmos Sound Bar for $1500 if you want a real room. Something with dedicated speakers for Atmos. You have to check the signal of the soundbar to make sure it works. The Apple TV failed to relay the same signal as the TV app got theDD+ signal.

👤I upgraded my sound bar to the 2.1 system. I own a TV. Compatibility and flawless operation can be achieved when you use items of the same brand. The sound wasn't clear. I was looking for an upgrade. This item caught my attention because of a review by a consumer. He seemed to like it and it was a new release for Sony. I had concerns with a Sony speaker. I bought it because of the reviews that said it had a clear dialogue and a realistic sound. I didn't want to pay a premium for the latter. It's cheaper than a full blown Dolby Atmos system and more expensive than a standard 2.1 sound bar. It's a nice speaker, typical of Sony. Installation was easy and included all the required cables. Installation is difficult if you want to fully utilize the capabilities of the speaker. To get full capabilities, you have to use both. You have to connect it to the sound bar correctly. This allows your speaker and TV to work together. If you have more than one HDMI input on your TV, you can use it to output sound to the sound bar. All of these are provided via HDMI data, so this will enable them. There's a problem. These sound formats must be supported by your input sources. For example, my XBOX One only supports Dolby Atmos, my Tivo only supports Dolby Digital, my SAMSUNG only supports Dolby Digital, and so on and so forth. You're paying a premium for this speaker. It's a potential waste of money if you don't have a source to give it to. Unfortunately, that's not the whole story. The speaker needs to be setup correctly if you want to know what your sources are capable of. The manual for this speaker is not very good. Most aren't. You have to read and understand the settings to get the most out of your system. Don't get me wrong. You can get sound by hooking it up. If not configured correctly, the sound would not be better than a standard 2.1 soundbar. I don't want to go through the details, but I recommend you set the audio to either "Dolby Speaker Virtualizer" or "DTS Virtual:X" and never touch the remote again. The settings are what you're paying for. The speaker has other "modes". The sound enhancements didn't seem to make the sound better or different. If you switch to this mode, you'll lose the premium modes of Dolby/DTS, so you have to go through the multi-level settings on the remote to reset it. It's a pain to set the speaker up via the remote. It is not intuitive. The display on the speaker is too small for a person with a vision of 20. My old phone had a big display where you could always see what mode you were in. The dialogue sound quality is very good. I hear a clear sound when there's someone talking. - It's cool if you have the right content. It's not crazy. The review on urAvgConsumer was not accurate. It depends on the person. It looks like a bunch of dots, but if you stare at it long enough you will see a 3D dinosaur. So it's like that... If you sit and listen long enough, your mind and ears will start hearing things around the room. It's not consistent because you're constantly adjusting to not be tricked. This will only work if you are watching content that supports Dolby Atmos. You won't be hearing your evening news in a magical surround sound. There were some nice surprises when I was watching a movie. I go "woah". If your content supports one or the other on the speaker, you don't need to manually switch between the two. You need to make sure you are setting "bitstream" and not "PCM" if you want the speaker to detect and switch to the correct format. - The speaker will shake your walls if you want to pump up the volume in the movie theater. The bass is strong. There's no link issues that I've experienced with the sub. - Normally, I'm in the 40s for normal viewing, but the volume goes to a 100. I've gone up to 50 for some movies. It's too loud beyond that. If you like it loud, the system has plenty of power. It's expensive for what you get. I didn't go and test a bunch of different content with the full experience in mind. The usual stuff I tried were Disney+, Amazon Video, etc. I'm not sure if there's a movie that can blow your mind, but that would be the exception in how I'm using the speaker. - There are some weird issues with one of your TV sources. It took me 2 weeks to figure it out. I have a 1st generation Chromecast plugged in. My TV would lose sync with the sound bar because of this. I almost returned the sound bar because of this. You could re-program the speaker settings to make it easier to watch TV. Be aware that your input sources could cause problems. There will be a delay in sound when you change channels. If the sound format is different between channels, the sound bar has to re-detect which sound format it's in. I'm ok with it, but it could bother people. The sound bar works best with a Sony Bravia TV. This is a Sony feature and you lose out on it. There have been a few quirks where I have to reset the TV and sound bar sync. Most of it may be due to my device. To reset the system, make sure you replug the TV and sound bar. This usually resolves my sync issue. Is it worth it? I'm not sure. I used gift cards to bring the cost down. My main requirement was clear dialogue, which it does well. The Dolby stuff is a nice addition. I think it will leave a lot of people dissatisfied. It's either pay for the $1k+ models to get the best experience or stick with standard audio. This speaker tries to fill the in-between gap and as with all things, you get what you paid for, which is neither here or there for this speaker. -

8. Polk Audio Surround Performance Subwoofer

Polk Audio Surround Performance Subwoofer

The sound bar is packed with 7 powerful drivers and tweeters that produce a clear sound, more superior than any traditional sound bar. The sound bar will instantly recognize the unplugged speakers and whisperer when you power them on. The wall mountable speakers have a full range driver and the sub supports an 8” downward firing driver. Experience true 5.1 PoLK's patented sound technology creates an expansive surround stage and detailed stereo image delivering a room-filling listening experience, the same as what you would get in a concert or theater. Polk's exclusive Voice Adjust Technology lets you control voice levels in ways that maximize sound clarity and minimize voice delays. It has independent modifications for movies, music, and sports so that you can hear every word. There are three HDMI inputs, one HDMI-ARC output, an optical port for the set-top box, and an aux analog input. You can stream music from your phone, tablet, or other compatible device to a multi room system. You can now use services like Pandora and others to listen to your favorite music. Enjoy high quality sound instantly by connecting to a host of smart devices.

Brand: Polk Audio

👤The definition of TERRIBLE is Polk support. There was no resolution. I have been promised a replacement for nearly two months. The potential for this product is there, but the performance so far is poor. The surround speakers make a most annoying sound. Tech support has not supported the problem. I wouldn't speak to these speakers until the problem is solved. I wish I'd found this information before I purchased it, as I have found on-line others complaining of the same issue. Don't buy this and don't buy Polly - Customer Service gets worse. It's sad to say.

👤It was bought on March 14th and is dead on July 9th. I tried optical, HDMI, and Bluetooth, but it kept restarting and wouldn't play sound from any source. I thought it was a nice sounding system, but who keeps boxes that big for more than a few weeks? Polk customer service will be reviewed. Polk Customer service is fantastic, absolutely no hassle, nothing to provide, and I had a replacement in less than 10 minutes. It was easy to hook up the new one. Hope this one lasts, it sounds like it was as good as the first one.

👤I wanted an excellent soundbar and it was exactly what I got. I was looking for a replacement for a traditional receiver and 5.1 speaker surround sound system, but I was worried that a soundbar wouldn't live up to my expectations. I'm not an audio engineer. I can't tell the difference between the Polk Left/Center/ Right speakers I had previously and this one. The surround sound is what I wanted, they need a power outlet each. And that's it. The way my room is configured I can't have the rear speakers wired to a single amplifier because there are other sound bars with separate rear channels. Other people have stated that the sub is very impressive. I was nervous about how it would sound, but I'm very happy. There was an update on 5-13. It was reduced to three stars. Sometimes we watch TV in the other room with a cheap soundbar that doesn't have these issues, because the crackling fire in the front speakers is so bad. When changing channels or going into the Comast menu, the soundbar will sometimes disengage from the audio source, and then it takes a few seconds to get back to playing sound. I will contact Polk to see what they have to say.

👤I bought a sound bar on Thanksgiving. It was a unit that I was interested in buying. It was too good to pass up. Within 40 minutes, I had the bar running. The only reason for it taking so long is through my Fire cube. A bar at this price range will get an additional 3 HDMI ports. There is a medium sized master bedroom. The power of the sub is quite noticeable. I'm in a house. I would let her rip. The ease of use is what makes me happy as a blind person. The setup and system update was done through the app. A total of 5 minutes. The only problem I had was learning the remote layout. I would like to see remote layout documentation in user guides. Customers who are blind would benefit from it. Polk customer service explained the buttons. All within a few minutes. I spoke to a gentleman who was very nice. There is a The sound bar is large enough to cover the full width of my television. Be prepared! The box is large. It was a challenge to open it. Very well packed. The bass, lows, and mid range are all great. Voice quality is clear. A good buy for a small to medium sized room. I'm considering the surround speakers, but I might make my neighbor angry. We'll see! There is a If you are considering this unit... I recommend it to you. I can discern tones with my sight. A very clean sound.

9. Sony SSCSE Dolby Enabled Speakers

Sony SSCSE Dolby Enabled Speakers

It's perfect for providing an extra level of detail to your home theater setup. The complete range of Sony speakers from the Sony brand are perfect for a 5.1 home theater setup. Adding the SSCSE speakers to your home theater will give you a cinematic sound that flows all around you. Simply place the speaker on top and no mounting is required. It is a perfect fit to be placed on top of the Sony speakers. They can be mounted on the wall and used as surround speakers. The 4” reinforced cellular woofer has an uncompromising audio quality. 100 W maximum input power. In the box are speakers, mounting screws, Wall mount pads, and a start-up guide.

Brand: Sony

👤I like and can tell the difference between good and bad audio components, even though I am not a techie. I have a couple of very expensive home theater setups that use power conditioners and Sony ES components with ridiculous costing and speaker wiring out to Polk LSi speakers and Polk subs. The setup on my desktop is very modest, using a V2 50x50 amplifier and a P1 tube pre-amp with upgraded tubes. All are connected with 12ga twisted pair speaker wiring. I use my laptop to stream audio via the internet. An inexpensive but clean setup. I've been using my LSi7 $800/pair bookshelf speakers and BIC F12 sub for a while. Maybe overkill for a desktop setup. These Sony 3 ways are on sale for $73/pair. They have good reviews. I wanted to get my LSi7's back to their surround positions so I decided to try them out. I was not excited because I was expecting a change in sound. It is a desktop setup for listening at lower volume levels, so I didn't want to spend a lot. Let me tell you something. My Polk LSi7's sound better than the Sony SSCS5 speakers. A better soundstage and better separation make this more detailed. How can this be? For $73.00 for a pair. Come on. I can't believe how good these are. I am listening to an album. I am amazed and flabbergasted. I think I will be doing my critical listening at my computer. I need to see a therapist.

👤I bought these on Amazon for $118. How good could a pair of speakers be? Let me tell you something. It comes to mind. I've been listening to music for 40 years. My method for buying speakers has always been to listen to the best speakers available, ones that I couldn't possibly afford, then work my way down into speakers that are within my budget, but sound as close as possible to my "dream" speakers. These speakers are solid, well-made, and have an incredibly warm and accurate sound. They can easily compete with speakers up to the $500 price range, well compete is not the word, but blow the doors off speakers in that price range is more like it. If you had no idea what speakers you were listening to in a side-by-side comparison, you may find yourself choosing the cheaper ones. That's correct! I said it! It had to be said. I don't know what Sony did to these little buggers, but they are magnificent. The price has gone up one week later and is not just on Amazon. They jumped $30 over night, but are they still worth it? I would pay double after hearing them. I am using them as main speakers in a two-channel scenario, not as surrounds. They are not even "broken in" yet. If you're looking for bookshelf-sized speakers, look no more. Don't let the low price fool you. Cheers!

👤I have experience with speakers in all ranges and have a lot of knowledge about how audio works. There are a few common issues that put me off as a listener, which these speakers have done a great job of avoiding. The speakers under $500 are usually not good because they don't mix well with the loudspeaker in the cabinet and sound like another miss-matched speaker placed on top of your much better mid/low range speakers. They are loud and sound like they are making noise. The sound quality is reduced when the dust protection panel is on. The bass lacks a proper tone. The bass is weak. Bass has a good tone, but relies too much on the addition of speakers that produce lower quality lows/mids. Audio suffers greatly when not placed in the absolute most optimal position, which restricts placement or quality, because of 3-way crossover. I expected to hear at least one of the common problems, even with the good reviews and research. I am blown away by how well these speakers handle these issues. Up close, far away, with a sub, without, placed properly or improperly, used with other speakers or alone, these two mini-monsters absolutely crush all of these issues and sound good while doing it. I'm very critical of audio and I'd have to be prepared to spend 600 dollars on an upgrade if it was worth it. I have these connected to an amplifier and are in a large room with it. I think 6 off the rip. These go above and beyond just making a few right decisions, and are perfect for this size speaker in a home theater. These had all the good design choices. I would highly recommend these if your amplifier can do 6 Ohms. The volume and atmospheric resonance in these are comparable to 8 Ohm 350 watt speakers, so 100 watt is something my power bill is happy to adopt. I'm not worried about ripping them apart because these barely break a sweat, producing a loud, high quality, detailed sound. I will be using these for music at house parties as well as for movies and gaming and so far I've tested them for all three and have yet to be disappointed. I don't recommend these speakers as side speakers as they are too much in your face. Side and rear are different ball games. You could definitely order 6 of these and use them as surround, front, and rear speakers; you just need to equalize them properly. I'm proud to say I own these and I'm even more proud to tell people what I spent on them. These aren't just good for how much they are, they're also great. Unless you're willing to spend a lot of money, there's little-to-no audible difference between these and other very high end speakers and I recommend getting these speakers if you need bookshelf sized speakers. If we completely ignore price and consider 10 the best sound, we will get a final verdict of 8.5/10. If I factor in price and give in to my bass-head type personality, I'll be happy. 98% of the world would consider perfect audio to be a perfect SOB, so 10/10 for anyone who isn't the pickiest SOB in the world. The bass on these are very good and I am talking about what you would expect from a Home Theater speaker. Unless you want to get those huge cabinet speakers that you see in theaters, you are never going to get a sub bass out of a front channel speaker. You aren't meant to, and for good reason. They handle bass incredibly well and do not need a sub to hear it. Please don't think these can replace a speaker. They're called sub- "woofers" because they push air so hard. That's not bass, it's an artificial effect. It's been 2 years and still going strong. Everyone who hears how good this system sounds is blown away, even though I know a lot about the best ways to setup and get the most out of my speakers. Everyone is encouraged to get a setup after hearing how good it is. These compliment my center channel and other speakers as well. I mix these with other speakers and it works. I've been pushing these configurations hard on a weekly basis. I think they work no matter what I do. I am happy to say that the room I have has no tendency to pick up dust, as I haven't had to clean it in a long time. There are a lot of things there. I don't think people understand how rare it is to find a speaker like this in this price range, so I wish I could give these more stars. Hats off to the engineers in Japan that designed this, you guys deserve a pay raise.

10. SVS Prime Elevation Speaker Pair

SVS Prime Elevation Speaker Pair

Nominal impedance is 8. The bandwidth is 69hertz - 25hertz. The port has a Flared Rear-firing. 2.5kHz (12dB/octave slopes) is the whisper-to-woofer ratio. 2.5kHz (12dB/octave slopes) is the whisper-to-woofer ratio.

Brand: Svs

👤I use these as height front speakers. I have an operational 5.1.2 system and it makes a huge difference in my movie watching experience. It is amazing. I am not able to set up my speakers for the ideal dolby atmos environment because my TV and audio are in my open living room. The left/right height speaker above my main speakers is very nice for movies, sports and music. I got the piano black finish. This is the same as my Definitive Technologies front and rear speakers. The wall anchors that are included with the mounting kit are the only complaint I have. These speakers are not competent to be mounted. I assumed people were not using the drywall anchors properly after a few comments in reviews. I had a hard time believing that a quality product like this would cause problems. I wouldn't hang anything that weighed more than 2 lbs on these screws. I think what other short-cuts were taken is disappointing. I could not give a perfect five-star rating as I consider this a pretty big miss, even though I have not found anything, other than this. I had extra wall anchors and screws and used them to mount my elevation. The speakers are wonderful and the mounting system is very nice. This would be a five vs four star rating if the screw and anchor issue were eliminated.

👤I did a lot of research before buying the ATMOS speaker products. The speakers that bounce sound waves off the ceiling were not convincing to me. My ceilings were sloped and that was a concern for reflective speakers. I knew I had found the right solution when I read how the speakers function in a home theatre environment. The performance is amazing. The sound wave ceiling bounce is not used by the SVS Prime speakers. The ATMOS effects are spot on. My decision was influenced by the speaker types used in professional applications like movie theaters which use downward firing height speakers installed near the ceilings. I enjoy playing Apple's Spatial Audio music and the effects and accuracy of the tracks are amazing, it literally feels like you're sitting in the middle of the band performing the song. I assure you that the speakers are worth the premium price for the superior performance you will get from them. I like the build quality of the Prime speakers and how they blend with my speakers. I need to get my speaker wire into the wall so I can go to the attic in the summer. After some trail and error, I discovered that Dolby ATMOS has configuration requirements for proper performance. When your wireless speakers are connected, you will not be able to use the ATMOS. When a proper speaker setup is detected, Dolby ATMOS will only function. When I use my wireless speakers to connect to my system and watch movies on Apple TV, the 'Dolby ATMOS' will not show up. I disconnected my speakers and the movie would show 'Dolby ATMOS'. I was surprised to learn that my streaming video device only displays the content that it can produce based on your speaker setup. My system is 5.1.2 Apple TV Onkyo TX-NR696 Definitive Technology Pro 2000 Front Speakers Definitive Technology Pro 2000 Center Speaker. There are speakers. Bose 500 Smart Speakers are compatible with Apple TV. The LFM-1 Subwoofer is from Outlaw Audio.

11. Klipsch R 41SA Powerful Detailed Speaker

Klipsch R 41SA Powerful Detailed Speaker

The forms to the specifications. The spun- copper woofer is about 4 inches in diameter. The Tractrix Horn has a 90x90 square design. 100 watt power handling.

Brand: Klipsch

👤I use these as my left/right and rear surround sound speakers in my 7.1 system. I have been using a budget set of Polk for 10 years and wanted to upgrade. Wow! What a change! Don't get me wrong, the Polks sounded good, but now I feel like I'm in the big leagues. The range of these speakers is both night and day. They have excellent highs and a mid range. The highs sparkle during hard action movies. I upgraded my 15” Sony sub to a 12” Klipsch to support my front and center mains. The sound was great and I couldn't be happier. The quality of Klipsch is amazing. They are more expensive than a lot of the speakers, but you get what you pay for. You can spend the extra money on Klipsch. I posted a few pictures after someone inquired about using them as surrounds. They have a screw mount hole in the back. It was easy.

👤I was a little underwhelmed when I first connected them. I bought a pair of studio 60s in 2001. I had a hard time hearing what the speakers were supposed to do. I run through a receiver. The setup was not really impressed. The speaker section of the setup has a setting for "Dolby Enhanced Speaker". The distance from speaker to ceiling could be set. After adjusting this to my measurement, it opened up a whole new world of sound. I am very happy with this purchase, the movie Gravity sounds amazing, and the helicopter sound is now overhead. If your sound isn't to your liking, there may be an adjustment you're missing. They are worth every penny, and I waited for them to get back to the $300 mark.

👤Great add-on speakers! I added 2 pairs to build out my 9.2 Atmos setup. These things are large, so pay attention to the dimensions. The placement of the wiring clips was not good. The speaker connections may be ugly if you place them in a certain location. I mounted these on the ceiling and they were beautiful.

👤I used the surrounds left and right, but a foot down from the ceiling, as a reference for my 5.1 Klipsch system. I will be looking to get another pair of speakers when I decide to go with the Atmos setup.

👤Sound quality is good. The speakers are small for my taste. It's great to have speakers above and down towards the audience. It's a little spendy for what you get.

👤If you understand the tech behind it, you will be very good speakers. These are not to be used as back speakers or surround speakers. These are crossed over at 150hz for a reason. This will complete the package if you already own a Klipsch surround set. If your receiver is the bowl, the bananas are your speakers, and the ice cream is your sprinkles, then these are your extras. It gives life to the set. If you understand what they're made for, you can get them now. You just have to understand how it works. These were mounted on the wall, not the ceiling.

Summary

What is the best product for home theater speakers 7.1 dolby atmos?

Home theater speakers 7.1 dolby atmos products from Acoustic Audio By Goldwood. In this article about home theater speakers 7.1 dolby atmos you can see why people choose the product. Klipsch and Definitive Technology are also good brands to look for when you are finding home theater speakers 7.1 dolby atmos.

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