Polk SurroundBar 9000 IHT Soundbar Specs

Specs
Tweeter (size in inches, type):
0.5, silk dome (3)
Woofers (size in inches, type):
2.5, convex dome (5)
Rated Power (watts): 45, 8 channels
Available Finishes: Black matte
Audio Processing: SDA Surround Technology, Polk Digital Logic, Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1, SRS TruSurround HD4
Specified System Frequency Response: 45 Hz to 20 kHz
Dimensions (W x H x D, inches):
44.63 x 3.75 x 2.25
Weight (pounds): 8
Price: $800

9000 IHT SUbwoofer
Woofers (size in inches, type): 8, down-firing with port
Rated Power (watts): 150
Available Finishes: Black matte
Dimensions (W x H x D, inches): 12 x 13.5 x 13.5
Weight (pounds): 18.2
Price: Included
Connections: Inputs: Audio: Optical digital (2), 1/8-inch analog stereo (2)

Company Info
Polk Audio
(800) 377-7655
polkaudio.com

COMPANY INFO
Polk Audio
(800) 377-7655
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HKA2's picture

"While it doesn’t do the near impossible and convince you there’s actually sound coming from behind you, the SB9000 does create an exceptionally wide, dynamic soundstage that fills the entire front wall and often reaches part way down the sides of the room."

Just a point of information: 5.1-channel surround was never intended to put sound behind the listener. Almost all speaker placement recommendations (Dolby, DTS, THX, etc.) put the surround speakers to the sides of the listener.

maj0crk's picture

Once BluRay became THE format for discs, reviewers dropped reviewing outdated DVDs. So why are you continuing to give print space to those soundbar companies that won't convert to the new lossless sound formats DolbyTrueHD & DTS HDMaster, such as this Polk product?
I've no problem you're reviewing these on-line, but valuable print space is another matter. PLEASE! Stop giving credence to outdated technology.

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