Which are the Best Wireless Home Theatre Speakers?

Leisure time is well spent if we have a home theatre while being with our family members and friends at our residence. Visual effects are incomplete without superb quality surround sound and the truly wireless speaker systems fulfill this gap effectively.

OOdero Onyango
16 Jul 20213620

JBL Bar 3.1 Home Theater Wireless Subwoofer with Bluetooth features 450 Watts system power and delivers sound clarity up to 103db, functionality, with a great design. The sub-woofer has high-resolution audio and bass.

The Bluetooth technology works perfectly and I can connect compatible devices like TV, tablet, and smartphone. Besides, the Bluetooth has a fast wireless connection making it easy to stream my favourite music straight from my playlists on the devices. It connects a maximum of three 4k devices at any given time, which is enough for me. It comes with a JBL sound-shift feature that allows the instant switch between different reverberations from the various connected devices. The Soundbar is easy to control thanks to the remote control, as it makes tuning easy and stress-free. This device delivers serious rumble and crisp highs from the wireless home theatre by simply using the adjustable bass levels.

As a bass lover, I find the system's performance thrilling. The soundbar weighs 5.1 pounds and measures 40” x 2.3” x 3.1”. This makes it more portable and it can fit in small spaces. It has an LED display shinning through the metallic speaker grille covering the top and front faces. This speaker easily streams audio through Bluetooth. JBL 3.1 Home Theater has a USB port, an awesome addition enabling me to prolong my entertainment list.

The absence of wired connectivity is a blessing since it reduces wire hazards and allows users to keep their bass controller anywhere they prefer in the room and still get the same high-quality performance. The long and sleek soundbar produces perfect surround effects that echo beautifully throughout the room. This device features top-quality tweeters that handle maximum volume excellently.

The wireless 10-inch sub-woofer weighs 26.7 pounds and measures 12x12x17.3 inches, heavy but ideal considering the performance. The system connects to the soundbar automatically and delivers serious rumble. The remote has plenty of useful functions such as bass cut/boost levels, sound mode, audio sync, sound source, sound-shift, mute, etc. On my first test of this amazing JBL Bar 3.1, the audio was intense and the base gave a powerful rumble. I love the seamless way the home theatre switches to different modes giving me more power.

Plus, the soundbar delivers excellent sound clarity via the highs and mid-highs to keep things balanced. I prefer to use voice modes to boost speech clarity when watching films or movies. The bass levels range from 0-30 giving me the freedom to choose a preference. I mostly use base level 15 for music.

JBL Bar 3.1 Home Theater Wireless Subwoofer with Bluetooth has a vibrant and balanced sound. Few systems can rival it and its sharpness slices through the different soundtracks to give a pitch-perfect output. JBL Bar 3.1 is an excellent wireless home theatre for listening to music and watching movies. It's powerfully impressive and allows users to make suitable adjustments to suit their tastes. Overall, it's the high-tech implementation and the top-grade reverberations that make this system unique and worth owning.

SSyeda Emaan Hafeez
11 Aug 20214510

Samsung Harman Kardon HW-Q90R is a perfect hassle-free surround sound system for you if you are also annoyed by all the cables randomly lying all over the floor due to the wired one. Its smooth bass and surround sound makes my house the ideal private cinema.

It has a built-in 4K pass-through, connecting 4K video sources becomes simpler because of that. It also operates with HDR 10+ sources. The operation is Alexa enabled and Alexa has already become my best friend. Streaming my favourite music is now just an order away.

I was relieved for bringing this home when I discovered that its installation and setup are quite simple, hazard-free, and stress-free as compared to the wired one. I can control the soundbar and all other connected devices from a single hub using this setup. HW-Q90R gave a purely true-to-life sound experience with Dolby Atomos and DTS:X. 7.1.4 channel setup of the speaker bar delivers genuine object-based audio outputs instead of misleading by acoustic ultrasonic beam or false beaming in the psychological perception of sound.

It comes with wireless subwoofers and wireless surround speakers. Eyeshot is another feature that makes me happier. The soundbar and surround modules' borders are strengthened by aluminium. Exclusively wrapped in a translucent black grille, soundbar and rear speakers give a sleek look adding refinement to the sound room.

Measuring 48.26 × 3.26 × 5.35 inches and tipping the scales at 19.4 pounds, HW's main soundbar is a bit ample but the pro about this being bulky is that your friends cannot easily take them away when they want to. With a 512W of claimed audio power, it delivers spectacular potency.

Accompanied by two HDMI inputs, one HDMI ARC OUT port, digital optical input, and a USB port, Samsung can really prove its versatility by successfully adjusting sound pitch for everything I desire to vibe to through it. Be it suspenseful thriller movie scenes, thundering sounds of a car crash, an explosion, or an eye-catching wrestling performance, HW reproduced each scream, punch, cracking impression, and gunshot over and beyond remarkable precision.

What more can one desire when I can avail myself of the opportunity of using multiple devices as my remote control. It offers using remote which comes in the package, four control buttons prescribed on the soundbar, SmartThings app(for Android and iOS devices), and the Samsung TV remote - all can help me with my attitude of losing things easily. HW Remote is a user-friendly clicker constituting all necessary buttons to provide a delightful and contented experience operating the system.

HW-Q90R has a few sound modes including standard, Game Pro, surround sound, and Adaptive Sound Mode- standard mode transmitted the sound as encoded, while surround mode unmixed it to take advantage of all channels. Game Pro mode provides a more indulged playing adventure while Adaptive Sound mode evaluates the content and shifts the process on the go along with the soundbar analyzing the input and optimizing output depending on the content I am watching.

Wireless connectivity can be both by Bluetooth and wifi. There are 13 built-in drivers- 9 front-firing, 4 up-firing, and 2 side-firing drivers and an 8in subwoofer which provides sound impressions from all directions. Plus the issue of fighting for the best spot in a room while watching movies has now been resolved because of Samsung Harman Kardon. Now every spot is a sweat spot including amazing sound everywhere.