Televisions have become increasingly larger, thinner, and chock full of useful features in recent years. They have also integrated sophisticated 4K streaming capabilities and newer OLED screens that can produce an even clearer, crisper, and more vibrant picture than was ever possible before.
But this does come at a price. Thinner TVs mean thinner speakers, which can produce thin or tinny sound quality. That is why many people consider soundbars to be such an attractive option. Not only do they provide a great audio experience, but they are also easy to set up and much cheaper than a multi-speaker surround sound system.
If you're considering a soundbar, here are some tips to help get you started.