The JBL Bar 3.1 with a 10-inch subwoofer, which is clearly the largest in this test and in its price range, should not be overlooked.
The soundbar has not only one, but also three HDMI inputs, all of which support HDCP 2.2 and thus 4K video with Blu-Ray. It has a large and clear screen on the front and the remote control is easy to use.
In sound mode, the sound image of the movie is large enough to create a certain impression of surround sound. But what is even more important is that the sound of the film is very powerful and does not compromise the reproduction of the dialogue and the music for films. However, it doesn’t sound as complex as the Samsung HW-N660, but it more than makes up for it with bass performance that no other soundbar can match. This also has a positive effect on the music. In particular, rhythmic music is visualized with a dynamic that no other sound bar can surpass. It’s the most powerful soundbar we’ve ever heard in our price range. It also sounds great if you ignore a somewhat grainy connotation that doesn’t benefit sensitive music. In short, this is what the Clipshot RSB-6 wants to be. Does it help the gaming experience? Absolutely!
JBL Bar 3.1 basses play in a separate competition and bring extra excitement to movies and competitions. You can turn up the music louder, and it sounds pretty good, too. If you are looking for something like a home theater from one soundbar, we do not recommend the use of another soundbar. With the 3.1 bar, JBL performs so many items on the checklist that it is quite unique in its price range.
There are people who are more sophisticated, but none of them can achieve this power.
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