Intex Soundbar: Sound-barred
Since the days that TVs began to be more than those big boxes dominating your living room, transforming into sleek panels that hang on your wall, there has been a need to match sound to the visual experience. As TVs moved from the normal cathode ray tube technology to LCD to Plasma and LED, and at the same time became bigger and bigger—16-inch, 19-inch, 21-inch, 24-inch, 32-inch, 36-inch and 42-inch and on and on—sound systems began to be developed to complement this huge increase in picture clarity and viewing experience. The home theatre system was born. And everyone wondered how this viewing experience could be bettered, short of going to the cinema halls.
Well, TVs are in an ever increasing quest to become better— more pixels, better longevity, 3D, etc—but sound systems haven’t sat on their heels, either. The conventional sound systems for home theatre systems usually comprise a sub-woofer and 4-5 satellite speakers. While this worked beautifully to convey the feeling of surround sound, it was also an inconvenience. Long wires had to be hidden and accommodated. And an added problem was that, the longer the wire, the worse the clarity of sound. So, the next generation of sound systems was born—the sound bar. These horizontal, long speakers did everything a home theatre sound system is supposed to do—incredible bass, treble, clarity and, with the right device, impressive surround sound.
Intex’s 2.1ch Soundbar System IT-MEGABT29,
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