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If you are spending this much on a sound system, do not buy a soundbar. You can get a much better sounding system with a receiver and speakers.
agreed. but people like hate running wires all over the room or have to spend time hiding wires. This is much cleaner solution and the soundbar almost disappears on console unlike speakers.
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I've had the Samsung hw-n950 for about a year, does not play well with my Sony x900e very well.. Anyone know if this is any better? (I'll Google in the meantime)
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1,000 for a sound bar is a little steep. I guess if you're tight on space it's all you got. I'm making space for floor speakers or mounting them on the wall with a sub tucked away somewhere.
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Would this work in a stand (mesh doors) or does it have to be on top of one for the "ceiling firing" speakers? Does this support eARC? Also how's the Alexa connection? Is it native or use another app? I actually have the sonos arc on backorder and would be willing to switch to this.
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Is this good enough for a bedroom setup?
This would be an overkill for a bedroom
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Been waiting for this to go on sale. With the new models coming out, any idea if the price of this will continue to drop?
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$1000 for a sound bar? Can someone with more expertise than me tell me if these are noticeably better compared to Vizio soundbars with similar configuration?
I tried both the Vizio and this before biting the bullet on the Q90. The Q90 is in a different league to the Vizio dolby atmos sound bars. I compared to the Vizio SB36512-F6 ($250 - $500) and the difference in sound is mile apart between that and the Q90. I have a good feeling the results would be similar comparing Vizio's SB36514-G6 ($500 - $800) and SB46514-F6 ($600 - $1000), as they only have a few more drivers in addition to the cheapest Vizio. The sound clarity, tones and the bass and much better in the Samsung. The Samsung gives you an experience closer to a movie theatre. Testing side by side, I found the Vizio to be only marginally better than the TV speakers in comparison to the Samsung. The software was another aspect. I spent so much time just to get the Vizio setup, then it would only work with my Apple TV and not my Samsung TV. The Q90 setup was a breeze in comparison.

The Vizio sound bar is also almost 50% smaller. The rear satellite speakers are probably more than 50% smaller and the sound from them was much quieter. The Samsung has a much better premium feel to it. The Vizio's were covered in a cloth that seemed to easily get discolored with dust. Overall the Samsung had a much much better build quality.

I'd advise you to go to the closest Best Buy and see the difference to yourself. I was able to snag the Q90 when it was on sale last week at Best Buy open box for ~$750 with tax and i think that was a slick deal
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Don't listen to nay sayers on Samsung soundbar. I have the N850 and it's worth the cost. it's impressive and looks elegant under my tv. audio is excellent and loud (17' ceiling). Will not go back to receiver system. Receiver has been relegated to basement.
how is Atmos with high ceiling? Many articles say it wont be good so I went with a non Atmos bar.
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I guess there's a market for suckers. Paying 1000 for a sound bar is a joke. But the bigger joke is believing you get true ATMOS from some tiny speakers that are upfiring.
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I guess there's a market for suckers. Paying 1000 for a sound bar is a joke. But the bigger joke is believing you get true ATMOS from some tiny speakers that are upfiring.
I agree with you, I have had many full home theater systems and many sound bars from low end to high end. These bars cannot come close to the performance of theater systems with a receiver and speakers. Plus these sounds are cheaply made plastic, low end amps inside, small 8" sub, and they always break and have problems in a couple years, a real system will last you until you are ready to upgrade. I would only buy this for a bedroom. If you shop around you can definitely get a real home theater system for the same price. The deal breaker for me with these sound bars is not enough hdmi ports! You need at least four inputs, playstation, xbox, Nintendo switch and cable box. Don't tell me about putting my devices through tv instead, tried it dont like it. guy with vaulted ceilings get a proper set up this this soundbar uses walls and ceilings to reflect atmos sounds back you, this won't work for you. id like to add any sound bar or theater can get loud, but which will sound nicer better??? wether low volume or high volume,, music,, movies full systems will always out perform sound bars even small full theater systems will be leaps and bounds better in every aspect. the only thing sound bars beat full theater systems is convenience of less cables, and size factor, but even in the size department you can get a Marantz slim profile reciever.
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If anyone has 2019 and newer LG OLED (Nano Cells also) are WiSA compatible. There are 5.1 bundles available for various prices depending on your budget which will allow you to actually have true sound separation and no wires*.
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I can see how this fits into the market at this price point but it just seems crazy to spend $1k on a soundbar, and especially a Samsung at that. I know you're not going to put together a great system with speakers/receiver/subwoofer for $1k but I just can't imagine this being worth the price point when there are options from Klipsch, Polk, Yamaha, JBL, and others for much less. Even the Sonos beam systems come close to this price.
Note that Samsung owns Harmon Kardon/JBL . This bar is designed by Harmon Kardon. I got it for $1200 and i don't regret it .If you have the space and can handle wires definitely go with speakers/receiver/subwoofer ( it will be little bit more expensive than $1k though for comparable one) . If you want a sound bar this is one of the best( heard nakamichi is good too but haven't heard it). Sonos beam systems are not comparable to this, probably you can compare this to new sonos arc with subwoofer ( i have sonos beam , JBL studio 5.1 and samsung Q90R ).
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I agree with you, I have had many full home theater systems and many sound bars from low end to high end. These bars cannot come close to the performance of theater systems with a receiver and speakers. Plus these sounds are cheaply made plastic, low end amps inside, small 8" sub, and they always break and have problems in a couple years, a real system will last you until you are ready to upgrade. I would only buy this for a bedroom. If you shop around you can definitely get a real home theater system for the same price. The deal breaker for me with these sound bars is not enough hdmi ports! You need at least four inputs, playstation, xbox, Nintendo switch and cable box. Don't tell me about putting my devices through tv instead, tried it dont like it. guy with vaulted ceilings get a proper set up this this soundbar uses walls and ceilings to reflect atmos sounds back you, this won't work for you. id like to add any sound bar or theater can get loud, but which will sound nicer better??? wether low volume or high volume,, music,, movies full systems will always out perform sound bars even small full theater systems will be leaps and bounds better in every aspect. the only thing sound bars beat full theater systems is convenience of less cables, and size factor, but even in the size department you can get a Marantz slim profile reciever.
I mean half the people in the comments believe that loud sound = quality sound lmao
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If you are spending this much on a sound system, do not buy a soundbar. You can get a much better sounding system with a receiver and speakers.
I have to agree. I got a set of 7.1 speakers and a receiver for ~$800, that would blow any sound bar out of the water. That was 8 years ago.

Space? You can easily hang bookshelf speakers. They're not that huge.
Wires? You can spend ~$30 on wireless amp for the rears if you cannot run wires due to whatever reason (room layout, renting apartment, etc.)
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This is best choice for a high end soundbar when you don't have enough room. I'm using those and it's the best
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