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Can i hook up a soundbar to my surround sound

First typically the amplifier

With this setup I was able to keep my Outside Speakers connected the receiver and have them powered. Connecting Amplified Soundbars If you have an amplified Soundbar and still want to connect it to your receiver, that can be done a couple of ways. Powered soundbars, in contrast, tend to represent a low-cost rather than a high-end option, though good ones do exist. If you have a good receiver, and it is part of your entertainment system then for the same price as a Soundbar, get some great sounding speakers.

This part my wife loves we can Hide the sub woofer and put it behind us because it is bluetooth connected and sounds way better than my old one. This is a better solution for a few reasons.

If a subwoofer is included, it can be placed in the most convenient or inconspicuous location, and power that on as well. First, typically the amplifier in your receiver is better than what you will find in a Soundbar.

The issue I am having is with the sound bar that was purchased. If you want to learn more about getting the best performance out of your subwoofer based on placement, check out the articles on Audioholics, and keep your eyes peeled for future videos. First, unpack your soundbar, make sure you have all the included components, and read the manual.

If a subwoofer is included it

Now we have one long bar that looks nice and not messy. The Yamaha comes with a microphone that will set your levels and other settings automatically. That is what keeps them simple to set up. Navigating the receiver is more difficult the tv and soundbar a. You can't see the wires attaching to the soundbar like you could with the old setup.