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Soundbar Reviews

Samsung HWF5500 Soundbar system front sub

Samsung HW-F550 review

Pinnacle 8210 full

Pinnacle Front Row Sys 8210 review

Pioneer Soundbar SP SB23W subwoofer side

Pioneer SP-SB23W review

Yamaha YAS 152 corner angle

Yamaha YAS-152 review

AudioExperts 4TV front corner top angle

AudioXperts 4TV Model 2112 review

Philips Fidelio soundbar HTL7180 front

Philips Fidelio HTL9100 review

Sharp HT SB60 Soundbar review soundbar and subwoofer

Sharp HT-SB60 review

Paradigm Soundtrack Review

Definitive Technology SoloCinema XTR Review

Vizio S4251W-B4 Review

Sonos Playbar Review

Klipsch HD Theater SB 3 Review

Toshiba Mini 3D Review

Vizio SB4021M-A1 Review

Martin Logan Motion Vision review soundbar

MartinLogan Motion Vision Sound Bar Review

Panasonic SC HTB250 review home theater system

Panasonic SC-HTB350 Review

Energy Power Bar Elite Review


Yamaha YAS-101 Review

Review: The Yamaha YAS-101 is the company’s most affordable sound bar yet, but still produces impressive bass without the need for a separate subwoofer.

Boston Acoustics Tvee Model 30 Review

boston acoustics tvee model 20 review g1

Boston Acoustics Tvee Model 20 Review

Vizio VSB210WS Soundbar Review

Denon DHT-FS5 Review

samsung ht x810 review panasonic sc htb350

Samsung HT-X810 Review

Philips HTS8100 Review

Section Editor, Audio/Video

Phil spent the 2000s making newspapers with the Pensacola (Fla.) News Journal, the 2010s with Android Central and then the personality behind Modern Dad, and is currently an editor with Digital Trends. Phil’s online work has taken him all over the United States, as well as Europe and Asia.

When he’s not writing, editing, or shooting video, Phil serves as president of the Pensacola Youth Soccer 501(c)(3) nonprofit, has worked on multiple local political campaigns and is a part-time photographer and videographer. He’s also a candidate for Pensacola City Council, District 1.

Phil is a native of Pensacola, where he resides with his wife, daughters and a dog named Max.

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