When the era of CRT TVs ended, TV manufacturers are trying to create slimmer and better-looking designs. It’s great, but the downside is that there is not much room for nice sounding speakers and the ones that can be implemented produce only tiny and unconvincing sound.
If you are low on the budget, but more importantly you don’t have much space to assemble the full-blown 7.1 home theater, you may find soundbar as a great alternative. It won’t be as good as a surround system, but definitely better than thin television speaker sound.
In this comparison, I’ll compare two popular soundbars: Bose SoundTouch 300 and Sonos PLAYBAR, both made by US companies. I’ll make a comparison between the most important categories, like the design, sound quality, features or ease of installation, showing the pros and cons of each device.
Without further ado, let’s look at the review.