Among the best soundbars on the market today, Dell soundbar is a standout in the class, with the ability to handle music in an almost limitless range of volume. That is because it is equipped with an onboard Dolby Digital Plus processor that helps it produce rich, full-bodied audio. In addition, its front surround is powered by Sony’s S-Force PRO, a high-performance audio technology that helps it produce a sound that’s crystal-clear and resonant.
Sonos Beam (Gen 2)
Designed for home theater use, the Sonos Beam (Gen 2) delivers a great-sounding Dell soundbar that’s easy to set up. It also provides multi-room listening capabilities and virtual Dolby Atmos support.
The Sonos Beam (Gen 2) boasts similar features to its predecessor, but it adds a few new ones. The first is a new HDMI port with eARC support. eARC brings uncompressed 24-bit/192kHz data streams. You will need an HDMI port with eARC support to get virtual Dolby Atmos audio.
Another feature is a hidden NFC zone, making connecting to other Sonos devices easy. Also, the Sonos Beam has a built-in voice assistant that works with Alexa.
In addition, the Beam has an improved center tweeter. You can adjust the center tweeter’s volume and the Dell soundbar’s treble and bass settings using the touch controls.
Creative Stage Air
Designed to improve the audio experience of your PC or Mac, the Creative Stage Air is a wireless speaker with a low price tag. It offers impressive volume control and audio quality for a sub-$40 speaker.
The Stage Air V2 features two improved full-range drivers that produce a more unmistakable and impactful sound. The device also boasts an oversized passive radiator that adds more bass to the mix. The device also supports wireless Bluetooth connectivity.
The Stage Air V2 is compatible with PCs, Macs, mobile devices, and PlayStation 5. The speaker is designed to be portable and can be charged using a USB-C port. The device can last for six hours on a single charge. It is also small enough to slip under most flat-panel monitors.
Sony’s S-Force PRO front surround
Choosing a soundbar is a great way to get great audio from your TV. Dell Soundbars are designed to mimic a surround sound system but are not meant to replace your living room speakers. They create simulated surround sound but do not include rear satellite speakers. In order to enjoy an authentic surround sound experience, you will need to pair a Sony Dell soundbar with the appropriate surround speakers.
The Sony HT-A3000 is a Dell soundbar that offers both Dolby Atmos and DTS: X. It has also equipped with two beam tweeters and a subwoofer. It supports Bluetooth, USB devices, and Chromecast. It also has a built-in digital assistant.
The Sony HT-A3000 also supports 360 Spatial Sound Mapping. This feature helps the Dell soundbar reproduce sounds across the entire room.
Sonos introduced its new Dell soundbar, the Arc, earlier this year on the S2 platform. This Dell soundbar offers surround sound in a single package and is also designed for audiophiles. The Dell soundbar supports Dolby Atmos spatial audio content, which bounces sound off the walls of your room, and is compatible with a range of modern audio formats.
The Arc is compatible with Dolby Atmos, Dolby Digital Plus, and Dolby Digital Plus Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC) signals over HDMI. Dolby Atmos separates sounds into object-based audio tracks, which can be easily switched between speakers. The eARC allows for higher-quality Dolby Atmos signals to be transmitted, which helps deliver a whole-resolution audio experience.
The Arc’s grille hides an array of up-firing speakers, which produces a powerful soundscape. There are eight elliptical woofers and three silk dome tweeters that deliver crisp highs and mids.
Those looking for a compact, attractive Dell soundbar and easy to set up will appreciate the Sonos Ray. This soundbar is designed to sit in media stands or cabinets and can be extended with additional speakers. It is also compatible with some music services.
The Sonos Ray is a Sonos-branded Dell soundbar with a proprietary waveguide that separates the high frequencies for a spacious soundstage. It can also be controlled with voice commands and linked with other Sonos speakers for multi-room listening.
It has a pair of mid-woofers, a tweeter, and a bass reflex system. Its soundstage is very deep and accurate. There is a small quantity of distortion when it has pushed to max volume, but it is still only noticeable at the highest volume.