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[Video] I forgot to review this… – Sonos Arc Soundbar Review


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  1. I am tempted by the aesthetics, the practicality and the apparent ease of use… BUT… there appear to be a few complaints about i) tinny sibilant highs and ii) bass that sounds bad. Quite a few reviews have picked up on (i) especially. Here is the sonos thread with users complaining about (i): https://en.community.sonos.com/home-theater-228993/sonos-arc-metallic-sound-6843110 and here is the thread with complaints about the bass (ii): https://en.community.sonos.com/home-theater-228993/sonos-arc-muddy-bottoming-out-bass-6842379?sort=dateline.desc#comments

  2. "A soundbar that doesn't suck" bruh i know of some soundbars that are EXTREMELY good especially since you couldn't build a traditional sound system for the same price. Also the JBL 5.1 is garbage da faq?

  3. Been looking at this sound bar a lot since it came out, BUT the very fact it only has 1 HDMI connection is a huge put off for me. Since my TV doesn’t have Dolby Atmos pass through, I need a way to connect my UHD player direct to whatever sound bar I have.

    Unfortunately I guess this isn’t gonna be any good for me.

  4. I gave the Sonos S2 app a 2-star rating because I need a PIN code on the paid services in the app. When I'm not at home, listening to my Spotify music and someone's at my home using my app to listen to music on my Sonos system, my Spotify music pauses because the Spotify license only allows one playback at a time. Very unpleasant! A simple PIN code for using the services (like Spotify) or log in using the Sonos credentials to use the connected services would solve this problem. But no, am I the only one with this problem?

  5. LMG I love your content, have been on it for over a decade now. I know you want to promote merch and other things on your videos with shameless plugs ( I rather enjoy them at times) , but sometimes it pulls the audience off from the content you are trying to offer and disrupts the flow of the video. I noticed this at @7:44. It would be great if you can keep up promos, without compromising the flow of the video.

  6. The whole comparability thing really pisses me off. I also like a soundbar that includes bluetooth and sonos really really really doesn't want anything to do with that for some reason so … no more sonos gear for me.

  7. Don't know about the sub but you should definitely get a pair of Sonos One to make it a 5.0 system. You are gonna feel the no brainer. Like this coment to make lynus aware of what he is missing if you agree

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  9. I’m honestly surprised you didn’t bring up the fact that Sonos continues to not support DTS decoding on their soundbars. It’s kind of a big deal for people with Blu-ray collections as the vast majority of Blu-rays that don’t have an object-based surround sound track use DTS-HD Master Audio instead of Dolby TrueHD, meaning that the audio has to be converted into a DD signal if you want to get surround sound with your Sonos surround setup.

  10. I went from a large home theater setup to a simple soundbar because I was tired of the speakers being in the way. We are currently decluttering and realized how much space the speakers and such took up for something we hardly used.

  11. tip: do not get the jbl 5.1 and 9.1 with loose surround speaker. they are shit and the surround speakers crackle a lot because of there horrible bluetooth. they might look good on paper but trust me. it's a waste

  12. $800 for a fucking sound bar!
    20 year old Japanese amp or receiver – $80
    20 year old hifi speakers – $80
    Result… lovely sound for $160!
    You can plug in a decent aerial for great radio and even a record deck.
    My old NAD also has optical in and full remote control.
    You cannot buy a sound bar that sounds as good.

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