Nov 19, 2019Read More
Sonos Playbar allows you to forget about control panels and old Hi-Fi systems. After completing the setup, you can control both the TV and the audio system from the phone. It has the output power of 200W and 3.0 built-in channels. To admit, Sonos Playbar’s obvious advantage in the Sonos Playbar vs Samsung HW-N950 rivalry is the fact that it perfectly reproduces any sound. Except for the most dynamic and rich soundtracks, providing excellent sound purity and a wide sound picture. Alas, the minimalism and convenience of Sonos will not cost cheaply, and will hit the wallet even more if you want to create a full-fledged 5.1 system from Sonos products.
What can I notice when comparing Samsung HW-N950 vs Sonos Playbar is that this product supports Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. On top of this this model has the power of 512W and 7.1.4 built-in channels. A whole series of sound movements above your head (the main advantage of 3D surround sound systems), flowing effects from the sides and back and powerful bass are simply stunning when you first listen. Going over to non-Dolby Atmos content that’s common will lower the bar of immersion by several steps.