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can someone please recommend the best virtual sound bar high end for home theatre in terms of sound quality and functions.
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Default Re: Best sounding soundbar for home theatre

i have a polk soundbar for my bedroom setup..its ok, but definately not up to par with my living room The virtual surround is more of a sales pitch i think..atleast in my room. Oh and definately have to have a sub

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I have Sony and Yamaha soundbar for my PS3. They enhanced sound without too many wires around it.

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One of the few with a shot of sounding good (because of the technology in the drive-units) is the KEF one with the separate Uni-Q driver for each channel. Dunno the model number off hand, only that they have two and it's the more expensive of them.
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Leon Speakers would be the flat out best you can buy for a soundbar. Artison is nice as well. No soundbar will give you the feeling of surround sound unless you are in the exact room they tested it in. Those dubbed as soundbars giving surround sound will not. Soundbars should be used to consolidate speakers, while maintaining whatever SQ level you are looking for, not as surround sound devices.

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People might not think so but the Vizio with the sub sounds really deep and has pretty good imagery. I think the sub is key though, I used a older Aiwa 6.5 sub I ordered with a bookshelf setup years ago and it works well. http://reviews.cnet.com/surround-spe...-33527305.html
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Leon Speakers would be the flat out best you can buy for a soundbar. Artison is nice as well. No soundbar will give you the feeling of surround sound unless you are in the exact room they tested it in. Those dubbed as soundbars giving surround sound will not. Soundbars should be used to consolidate speakers, while maintaining whatever SQ level you are looking for, not as surround sound devices.-Matt
I've been wanting to hear Leon Speakers....they are Michigan based (Ann Arbor)...that is about 40 miles from me. While I don't have that kind of cash to spend, I want something simple and clean and affordable. I think a sound bar just looks so much nicer than three speakers in front of a sleek flatscreen.

It would be interesting to hear some of these $1000-+ high end sound bars side by side. How does the LEON compare to the B&G PANORAMA? Or the YAMAHA YSP-5100 next to the KEF HTF8003?

I really was not into sound bars when they first came out but I like the clean look. I would love to have one for the main Plasma just for the fronts and use other speakers for the surround. But I also would like a cheaper on all-in-one + surround and sub for the other set just to have better dialog clarity and fullness over the built in speakers.

Anyway, the high end sound bars seem to offer different things. Some seem to be better at music while others are all-in-one full surround systems. I guess one has to state what they are after.

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I've been wanting to hear Leon Speakers....they are Michigan based (Ann Arbor)...that is about 40 miles from me. While I don't have that kind of cash to spend, I want something simple and clean and affordable. I think a sound bar just looks so much nicer than three speakers in front of a sleek flatscreen.

It would be interesting to hear some of these $1000-+ high end sound bars side by side. How does the LEON compare to the B&G PANORAMA? Or the YAMAHA YSP-5100 next to the KEF HTF8003?

I really was not into sound bars when they first came out but I like the clean look. I would love to have one for the main Plasma just for the fronts and use other speakers for the surround. But I also would like a cheaper on all-in-one + surround and sub for the other set just to have better dialog clarity and fullness over the built in speakers.

Anyway, the high end sound bars seem to offer different things. Some seem to be better at music while others are all-in-one full surround systems. i guess ne has to state what they are after.
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Leon Speakers would be the flat out best you can buy for a sound bar.
Not likely. The sound bars I saw on their website had toppled-MTM center channel configurations, which means in simple terms that they suck.

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The Yamaha and the KEF both would be interesting to hear.

I can't imagine the Leon sounding good. I know the B&W Panorama is truly awful, because I've heard it. And I think it's like 3 grand, too!
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Yeah, $3k for some 3"-4" speakers in a sound bar is a little nuts to me. Anyway, I'm sure I would like one of your favorites....the KEF. I am currently using my picoforte-1 dock and a small sub right now and I am surprised how good it sounds.
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If your not scared of a budget, and want some of the best ever made out there.. check out James Loudspeakers...heres a link for you.


http://www.jamesloudspeaker.com/index.cfm?page=plasma



check out the SPL6's..... All of their speaker line is nice, but not cheap.. Have installed several..
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Again, those seem to have a toppled-MTM center. Interesting tweeter array, but that doesn't change the simple physics of sound radiation that make a toppled-MTM basically the lowest-possible-fidelity driver arrangement for a center channel.
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Again, those seem to have a toppled-MTM center. Interesting tweeter array, but that doesn't change the simple physics of sound radiation that make a toppled-MTM basically the lowest-possible-fidelity driver arrangement for a center channel.
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What does that have to do with anything? If they want my services they can pay $750/hr, billable in six-minute increments, just like anyone else.

A driver alignment compromised by physics is compromised by physics, whether or not that is pointed out by a JD, an MD, or a high school kid. And to people who care about the midrange, toppled MTM's suck. Full stop. Period.
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Short answer is it is not a “toppled” MTM, one of the woofers is in fact a Passive Radiator for extended bass from such a small bar - so it is a single woofer/tweeter.



BUT, the polar pattern of a MTM or a TM on their side have similar characteristics. Both the MTM and TM arrangement CAN have lobbing issues depending on the crossover frequency and driver sizes, so not sure I would say they are the worst implementation as the dispersion characteristic can be quite good – provided the network does its job. In fact, they are used by many manufacturers because that is all you can get into a horizontally positioned speaker



There are only a few other alternatives - most do lend themselves to short speakers – and they have their own issues:

1) Coaxial driver

2) Line array (impossible in a horizontal speaker)

3) Tweeter/midrange mounted vertically, woofers horizontal (tall enclosure)



Very few manufacturers make any LCR speakers in these configurations.
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Short answer is it is not a “toppled” MTM, one of the woofers is in fact a Passive Radiator for extended bass from such a small bar - so it is a single woofer/tweeter.
Oh, that's a little better. Not optimal but not a priori worthless, either.

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Both the MTM and TM arrangement CAN have lobbing issues depending on the crossover frequency and driver sizes, so not sure I would say they are the worst implementation as the dispersion characteristic can be quite good – provided the network does its job.
While not technically incorrect, basically incorrect. A "toppled MTM" can be non-awful only if the center driver can go quite low. Even 500Hz is pushing it, but 200-300Hz and we're probably OK.

Otherwise, you get all of the nasties that are so well documented in every published measurement of a toppled-MTM, and one frankly has to be deaf to not hear the audible problems caused by the wide vertical directivity and those pronounced horizontal midrange suckouts. (Not caring about them is different from not hearing them.)


It doesn't matter if you have Floyd Toole and Don Keele and Jeff Joseph and Joe D'Appolito and Siegfried Linkwitz all send you proposed designs, the toppled-MTM geometry dooms the result from the start.


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In fact, they are used by many manufacturers because that is all you can get into a horizontally positioned speaker
That is proof of nothing except for laziness on the part of manufacturers, and lack of concern for audio fidelity on the part of buyers.

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There are only a few other alternatives - most do lend themselves to short speakers – and they have their own issues:

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2) Line array (impossible in a horizontal speaker)

3) Tweeter/midrange mounted vertically, woofers horizontal (tall enclosure)



Very few manufacturers make any LCR speakers in these configurations.
But the only ones worth a damn are those configurations. Usually the first one.
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Well, I just learned a bit about toppled MTM! Very interesting. To the OP, take a listen to a few things. Ultimately, let your ears decide. Don't let the brand or hype of a speaker greatly influence the decision.

BTW, James speakers aren't bad. I have not heard their "soundbars" so I cannot comment there.

DS-21, would be same still apply to a planar design like the following?



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OP, you asked for suggestions, a few of us here tossed some out.... Im sure not on here tying to sell a speaker, so go around and listen to some, and get what YOU like..... And James is a good speaker. If you can find a dealer in your area, they are well worth a listen.. as well as many many more out there... Some of us try to help.. GL with search.
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DS-21, would be same still apply to a planar design like the following?
Yes. The issue is the radiation pattern, and that doesn't vary between planers and dynamic drivers.

The second one you posted may be fine, though...IF you turn it 90deg and are willing to live with a limited vertical seating window.
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100% satisfied with my newly acquired KEF setup - above and beyond my expectations.

With that said, hell of a deal here:
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If I had not just bought my stuff, I would buy this and a pair of the 1001 series eggs for the rears... It should be a fantastic budget setup.
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If I had not just bought my stuff, I would buy this and a pair of the 1001 series eggs for the rears... It should be a fantastic budget setup.
Yeah that is what I would do as I already have the eggs. But, I may wait a year or so as I might be moving. I have always wanted to do a BIG surround system..but I really doubt that I will have the space...and could only crank it every now and then. The simple sounbar, surround, sub system is sounding more and more attractive. But, if I ever get the money space and time......a large 7.1 system might be in the works.
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