• Sound Bars with Dolby Atmos

  • A sound bar is a simple, space-saving option for bringing a wide range of Dolby Atmos content to your living room. Here are some things to look for when choosing a model that's right for you.

  • Sound Bar Buyer's Guide

    • Budget

      Sound bars are available in a wide range of prices to fit your needs. Factors that can affect price include special features like online access, number of speakers (inside or outside the sound bar itself), and connection types.

    • Room Size

      Upward-firing speakers in sound bars reflect sound above and behind you for a heightened, three-dimensional soundstage. These work best in rooms with flat ceilings up to 11 feet high and made of hard, reflective material.

    • Connections

      Ensure that your sound bar has the correct connections for your TV and other components, including HDMI®, which is required for Dolby Atmos® sound.

    • Soundscape

      In numbers such as 5.1.2 and 7.1.2, the first digit represents the number of simulated traditional surround speakers; the second, a subwoofer; and the third, upward-firing speakers supporting Dolby Atmos.

  • Sound bars with Dolby Atmos bring more depth, clarity, and power to your movies, TV shows, sports, and games. They can also make dialogue easier to understand and give gamers a competitive edge.