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Although at the basic level the soundbars are very simple to regulate, there are some basic tips that can be followed by anyone to improve the sound and performance of their compact audio system. 

First, always make sure your soundbar is positioned at the eye level that is thinking when sitting in a listening position. In this case, listening positions will be wherever you usually sit and watch your TV. You can choose the soundbar installation to install a soundbar at your home.

In most cases, this will be as high as your eye when sitting in your favorite chair or on the sofa. Keeping your soundbar as height as an eye will guarantee that non-directional sounds come to you directly without having the need to bounce from other objects so that they have the potential to lower the sound. 

Second, if possible avoid placing your soundbar in such a position that depends on the sound reflected from the window. Windows represents a source of reflexology and a very large loss of sound. But avoiding windows is not the possibility for many people, so, in this case, use a heavy window cover to reduce your loss of sound. The window cover also helps by reducing light dramatically when you watch your television which can be a good additional bonus when watching movies and TV.

Along the same line with the previous point, try to recognize other potential reflection sources such as posters/large pictures with glass in frames, glass/wooden tables, etc. These are all sources of potential sound loss and must be removed or covered with tablecloths to maximize your voice.

While many soundbars are really clogging and playing and using innate amplification, some require an amplifier or external recipient. This is sometimes called the "passive" soundbar system. With this system, it is very important for you to take the time to configure the recipient according to the manufacturer's direction to adjust the speaker to the "small" or "bookshelf" settings.

How To Setup Your Sound Bar For Maximum Sound