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Here we have 5.1 channels in JBL housing and 3.0 in Bose. JBL’s first strong point is connected with a real wireless subwoofer (up to 300 W) and a 25-cm speaker. The second plus of JBL Bar 5.1 is based on its removable surround speakers, working wirelessly for 10 hours. JBL Bar 5.1 has three HDMI 2.0 inputs with support for HDCP 2.2 (UHD Blu-ray) and 4K up to 60 frames per second and 4: 4: 4 color coding. It does not implement video scaling, but also does not degrade the signal. It supports three audio formats: PCM Stereo, Dolby Digital and DTS, on optical and HDMI inputs, as well as with ARC. If you connect a Blu-ray player that transfers the track to DTS HD MA or Dolby Atmos, there is no problem, because these streams contain DTS 5.1 and Dolby Digital 5.1.
With the Bose SoundBar 500, you will have plenty of choice to listen to. Listen to your favorite music services such as Spotify or Amazon Music - through your home Wi-Fi network with the click of a button, or you can listen to music via Bluetooth from your phone or tablet. For fans of watching movies in the home system, let us know that the Bose Bose SoundBar 500 is equipped with HDMI input and output with support for 4K / HDCP 2.2 video and ARC audio return channel. This makes this model ready for the wide distribution of the new AV format, which may happen in the near future.
The Bose Soundbar 500 is better soundbar in this comparison. Check Bose Soundbar 500 price