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Seems like there's more asking for advice than giving in this thread.
Well it is the "help me choose a soundbar" thread
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Well it is the "help me choose a soundbar" thread
It is true though. Everyone posting in this thread is seeking advice but few of the experts or knowledgeable people are on this thread giving advice
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There are many brands, models, features and variables. Not to mention the to be connected equipment. I imagine many readers just do not the necessary knowledge. I own a Bose SoundTouch 130 Soundbar and Accoustimass. My knowledge base outside of Bose products is limited. I wish you the best and hope all your questions are answered.

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I ended up keeping the Polk. It was a great price though no hdmi and not the highest wattage but high enough for me. I figure if I ever move into a house I can dump it on Craigslist or move it to another room and then invest into a 5.1 system.

At least with the Polk you can teach it to learn your television's remote signals. Only issue is that the power light is always on.
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I ended up keeping the Polk. It was a great price though no hdmi and not the highest wattage but high enough for me. I figure if I ever move into a house I can dump it on Craigslist or move it to another room and then invest into a 5.1 system.

At least with the Polk you can teach it to learn your television's remote signals. Only issue is that the power light is always on.
Glad for you.

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