Is it more cost effective to have multiple speakers or one powerful bar emitting the soundtrack from your favorite band at earsplitting decibels?
Let’s look at wattage.
Surround Sound = 300 watts = Sound Bar = 300 watts
Actually, this one is a bit more complicated. We’re assuming quality of sound matters – and what wattage is being put out or amplified doesn’t necessarily mean it’s better – just louder. A big amp can fry your speaker, too!
Conclusion: It’s a draw on this one – too much variability for personal satisfaction. Crank up the sound and enjoy!
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