Nov 19, 2019Read More
When testing Sonos Playbar vs Samsung HW-N850 I noticed that Sonos Playbar features an unusually clear and precise sound, characteristic of acoustics with an aluminum case. It can not be called cheap. The convenience, class and quality typical of Sonos systems are also reflected in the price - and it is worth noting that you can find a 5.1-system with better sound than the full-fledged 5.1-channel Sonos system. In any case, this system does its job exceptionally well. However, the low and ultra-low frequencies do not succeed - they are simply reset. This means that only the Playbar will not be able to convey the whole dynamics of an action-packed explosive film. Its output power is 200W. There are 3.0 built-in channels.
What’s concerning this part of the Samsung HW-N850 vs Sonos Playbar comparison, Samsung HW-N850 comes at a high level from the flagship HW-N950 "Cinematic" from the manufacturer, and in fact it is the same, but without wireless rear speakers. This means that you still get up front and side speakers in front, a wireless subwoofer, and support for Dolby Atmos and DTS: X. It has 5.1 built-in channels and power output of 372W.