Yamaha already proved that that market is niche and doesn't really work, Seinheiser is treading thin ice with this soundbar
Sure in theory it looks good, but the price is too high and because it doesn't include satelite speakers it once again relies on a perfect room setup (4 walls, nice flat non absorbing ceiling and walls), sitting in the center of the room and no obstacles such as furniture to block sound - just to get the intended sound effects
Then you also have no sub either
To be honest I'd rather have a conventional atmos soundbar system where you have rears and its own sub, I have a room where there is furniture against walls and I don't sit in the middle of my room - the surround sound effects would just get blocked and not sound right
Last edited by Naekyr; 09-02-2018 at 08:33 PM.