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Daqid 02-21-2017 09:38 PM

Cheap surround sound system with arc
 
Hi, have a 65" sharp aquos 4k and the speakers fire down and I'm fed up with the sound being to low, have to turn it up to almost 100 in certain apps, especially hulu. Looking for a cheap surround sound system to help with the sound and need to have arc hdmi so I won't need multiple remotes but on all sites I search I'm stuck going through all of them cause there's no arc hdmi filter. Looking for help on a very budget friendly surround sound Staten or sound bar that has arc. I'm not worried about surround sound quality, channel number, etc. Just want it to get Loud enough to watch tv . The only outputs on my tv is arc hdmi, optical, and components. My breeder is 150 or less

mytime 02-21-2017 09:44 PM

http://www.accessories4less.com/make...package/1.html
Have bought from this site many times. This is cheap and will do the trick. ARC is on this model.

Daqid 02-21-2017 10:03 PM

Thanks for suggestion, a little extensive for what I'm looking for. A little too many features for me as well, the only thing i have hooked to my tv is my consoles, Netflix and other apps are in the tv itself so I only need to output the tv sound, everything else connected should go through the surround since the surround is coming directly from the tv right?

mytime 02-21-2017 11:13 PM

I have my consoles hooked into the avr. Avr to tv through arc hdmi out put . My apps on on my 4K set as well.

Daqid 02-21-2017 11:27 PM

Oh ok I see so everything has to go through the avr. I was thinking that it didn't with arc. Thanks

jkkyler 02-22-2017 05:23 AM

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Originally Posted by Daqid (Post 1405849)
Oh ok I see so everything has to go through the avr. I was thinking that it didn't with arc. Thanks

It doesn't have to but running everything through the AVR is the preferred method. Often external sources are reduced to stereo by the tv when output to other devices. FWIW that is about the most reasonable entry level system linked. Anything cheaper will likely e poor quality and crappy sound

mytime 02-22-2017 02:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Daqid (Post 1405849)
Oh ok I see so everything has to go through the avr. I was thinking that it didn't with arc. Thanks

It doesn't have to be but it's imo the easiest way. I found soundbars that have arc but they cost twice as much as the system I linked. Maybe someone else would have better luck on a soundbar search.


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