There are a lot of reasons to pick up a soundbar. It’s not the optimal solution for your main TV, but on your secondary or tertiary set, there might not be a need to pick up a full 7.1 solution. Just because you’re willing to use a soundbar, however, doesn’t mean you want to sacrifice audio quality.
You may know ZVOX as the company behind some of the most impressive sound bars and bases on the market, but they’ve got a mission: to eliminate clutter wherever they can. “TV wire hairballs are a growing problem in our society,” says founder Tom Hannaher.
Everyone wants a high quality audio system, but it’s difficult and time consuming to pick out each individual component. For some, the comparison shopping is half the fun, but for others it’s just too much.
In-ear headphones are becoming an increasingly popular and increasingly high grade commodity. Price and quality ranges from the hard plastic earbuds that Apple includes with the iPod up to in-ear sets that run into the thousands from some of the biggest names in the business.