New Harmon Kardon Sound bar with surround

HKSoundbars are getting more popular by the day. With more and more famlies owning multiple flat panel TV's the need to address the subpar sound that comes from them is increasingly important. Most recently Harman Kardon has entered the Sound bar market with the SB 16 featuring a wireless subwoofer and vitrual surround processing.The left and right speaker channel has two 3-inch midrange drivers and a 0.75-inch tweeter. The speakers are powered by a 2x25-watt amplifier rated at 20Hz to 20kHz onto 8 ohms with less than 0.07 percent THD with both channels driven simultaneously. The sound bar's connections are a stereo analog input for source one, and two input features both a coaxial digital input and an optical digital input, allowing for digital connection of two additional devices, like a Blu-ray player, set-top box or gaming machine. The sound bar doesn't incorporate Dolby Digital or DTS 5.1-channel decoders, it instead relies on a DSP to fool your ear into hearing the sound from somewhere the speakers are not.. The 10" subwoofer is a bass-reflex designand the driver is down firing.
Some reviews.
No Amazon review yet but they have the best descriptions and pictures.Harman Kardon SB16 Soundbar and Wireless 100 Watt Subwoofer (Black)
Audioholics
The SB 16 is very competitive in terms of its price point and design philosophy. The wireless sub is a plus and three inputs a definite bonus. The SB 16 seems to have it all from looks to features. What was more impressive is what they accomplished sonically.

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