Nov 22, 2019Read More
I tested Bose Soundbar 700 vs Samsung HW-N950 and can say that specially designed low-profile speakers provide clear and powerful sound with a small soundbar thickness. An acoustic waveguide made using proprietary PhaseGuide technology distributes and directs the sound of the speakers, creating a surround sound that is evenly saturated with frequencies. You will hear sounds from points outside the soundbar. Optimum sound in all conditions with ADAPTIQ sound calibration, which adjusts the soundbar to the acoustic properties of the room. There are 3.0 built-in channels. Input rating is 65W.
The main function of the Samsung HW-N950 I noticed when comparing Samsung HW-N950 vs Bose Soundbar 700 is obviously its ability to support both Dolby Atmos and DTS: X using the original 7.1.4 speaker configuration. Samsung, of course, doesn't bother when it comes to the N950, which boasts at least 12 speakers using a total of 17 drivers. All of these drivers are individually powered by 512W of internal gain, although Samsung has not indicated how this gain is actually distributed for each driver. The N950 includes a number of sound modes that use digital signal processing (DSP) to enhance sound.