Originally Posted by moonbeam13
I want to eventually connect my speaker system to the TV and not use the TV speakers at all. When I was researching my TV purchase, I went to Best Buy and looked at a few TV's I was interested in. They all had sound bars hooked in. It made the TV's sound so much better. That's why I was asking about sound bars. But I actually would just rather hook into my speaker system and use that for everyday watching and forget the sound bar.
I agree soundbars are a good step up from TV speakers. A bonified 5 or 7.1 just can't be beat.
Why not just use what you have for now until you get your new speakers? Is your TV speaker better than the Polks that you have? Unless your TV speaker is front firing, I'd just go with what you've got hooked up to your Denon. All the flat panels I've owned have had down firing speakers, and it was that reason alone that got me into this rabbit hole.
In three short years, I went from buying my first flat panel to upgrading the TV three times, three different sets of speakers, two different BR players, one AVR, two amplifiers and two upgrades on subs.
I believe I have a set up to last me for quite some time now but of course, there's still some improvements to be made