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Best Wireless Speakers for TV

In terms of sound quality, the built-in speakers you can find on most TVs are lacking. Most people will choose to add a surround sound system or just a soundbar to complement their poor quality built-in TV speakers. If this is what you are after, you will want to skip the “Sound Bar and Home Theater System” part of this article.

Another dilemma faced by many families is that one person’s hearing is difficult, but everyone else can hear. Just turning on the volume for that person to hear it means that it will make too much noise among all other people. This is where the portable TV speakers come in. 

These speakers not only increase the audio volume but also enhance dialogue audio too. This makes it easier to hear speech over the background and special effects sounds. Being portable, you can also put the speakers next to you to make the sound closer. In addition, these speakers also allow you to connect headphones too. This is especially useful when one person needs some sound enhancement while the other person does not.

What are you looking for?

For Awesome Movie Nights

For the Elderly or Hearing Impaired

Portable Wireless Speakers for TV

These wireless speakers for TV are usually ultra-compact and portable. They have a base station that connects to the speaker as well as to the TV.

These portable TV speakers are not designed to be exceptionally loud but rather to bring the sound closer to the person so that they are able to hear without blasting the volume on 100%. Most portable TV speakers also have a headphone output, so listeners can choose to use the speakers or listen through headphones. 

Instead of connecting via Bluetooth or WiFi, these wireless speakers for TV connect via radiofrequency. Not only does RF provide a better wireless range (approximately 100 feet), it also offers better connectivity and reduces dropouts compared to other wireless connection options.

Meet the Winners!

Meet the Winners!

The Simolio Digital Wireless TV Speaker is nearly identical to the Serene Innovations TV SoundBox in features but includes a few extras and will cost slightly less. is nearly identical to the Serene Innovations TV SoundBox in features but includes a few extras and will cost slightly less.

If you want something more modern and powerful, the Grace Digital GDI-BTTV100 is a great choice. At around $110, this portable TV speaker is a very good price, offering more features and better sound than other portable TV speakers we reviewed.

At under $50 the ALBOHES Portable TV Soundbox is the cheapest portable TV speaker on our list. You might be able to find some cheaper than this, but we wouldn’t recommend them as they can be very unreliable.

The Serene Innovations TV SoundBox is the most popular portable wireless TV speaker on the market. The speaker does exactly what it says on the box and is still well priced at a little under $130.

Our Selection of the 5 Best Portable Speakers for TV

These speakers are primarily used by the elderly or hearing impaired.

1. Serene Innovations TV SoundBox

Speakers Reviewed Score 5.0
Serene Innovations TV-SB Wireless TV Listening Speaker - Best Wireless Speaker for TV

Specs & Features

  • Radio-Frequency Range: 100 ft
  • Headphones: yes
  • Battery Life: 8  hours
  • Weight: 2.6 lbs
  • Dimensions: 8.0 x 4.0 x 12.0 inches 

The TV SoundBox from Serene Innovations is one of the most popular portable wireless speakers on the market at the moment. This speaker is mainly designed for the elderly or hard-of-hearers to make the TV audio closer to the ear and make it easier to hear. The portable speaker is very compact and lightweight, even a toddler can easily carry it without too much effort. The speaker’s small size makes it easy to place on a side table or even the armrest of the sofa.


The Serene Innovations TV SoundBox comprises of a portable speaker along with a base station. The base station requires AC power and is usually installed in a fixed location near the TV. You can choose between stereo RCA or ⅛ inch AUX as the input on the base station. These input signals are then transmitted to the portable speakers via pre-programmed RF radio frequencies.

Looking at the portable TV speaker, there is an extra ⅛ inch AUX input so that you can connect a mobile device or MP3 player as another audio source. This is a great feature for the elderly or immobile because as they don’t have to get up to change the audio source. There is also a ⅛ inch headphone output on the TV SoundBox.


To aid with audio definition, a tone control on the portable TV speaker allows you to switch between high, medium, and low. The high setting aids with improving dialogue, so it is good for TV programs, news broadcasts, etc. The medium setting is ideal for movies and music, providing a more complete and full sound. The low setting provides a bass-boost to the sound.

Other controls on this wireless TV speaker include a large rotary knob on the front of the speaker that is easy to access. This dial allows you to control the volume and turn the speaker on and off.

Additional Information

The TV SoundBox includes an additional 9V DC power input, allowing you to connect the speaker to a power source should the battery run flat. The extra power cable will have to be purchased separately, as it’s not included in the box though. It is worth noting though that the built-in rechargeable battery of the TV SoundBox lasts for about 8 hours, which is more than sufficient for most people. To charge, simply place the speaker on the base station.

What’s in the box?

  • Serene Innovations TV SoundBox portable speaker
  • TV SoundBox base station
  • Power adapter
  • RCA audio cable

Serene Innovations TV SoundBox Conclusion

The TV SoundBox is a great portable speaker for the elderly and hard of hearing and wins our top pick. With the additional input on the portable speaker, you can basically use it anywhere, even beyond the range of the base station. The headphone output allows the user to watch the TV quietly, which also makes this a great option in a care home too. The wireless range on the TV SoundBox Wireless TV speaker is around 100 feet. This is particularly convenient if, for example, if you want to get something from another room without missing what’s happening on TV. The TV SoundBox is available in two color options, espresso black or platinum/silver.

2. Simolio Digital Wireless TV Speaker

Speakers Reviewed Score 4.6
Simolio Digital Wireless TV Speaker ​

Specs & Features

  • Radio-Frequency Range: 100 ft
  • Headphones: yes
  • Battery Life: 6  hours
  • Weight: 2.8 lbs
  • Dimensions: 10.8 x 9.7 x 4.4 inches

The Simolio Digital Wireless TV speaker is one of the few portable wireless TV speakers that include a digital audio input. The means it does not require a digital to analog converter. On the base station, the Simolio TV speaker features an optical input and a ⅛ inch Aux input. An optical cable is provided with the wireless TV speaker, so don’t worry if you don’t have this cable. It also includes an RCA to ⅛ inch, and a ⅛ inch to ⅛ inch cable – so everything you need to connect the Simolio is provided.


The Simolio wireless speaker for TV has an additional ⅛ inch AUX input to connect another audio device. The TV speaker also features an ⅛ inch headphone output so you can still watch TV or listen to audio without disturbing others. Simolio even provides you with a complimentary set of headphones too with four foam earplug sizes that fit inside the ear. 


On the rear side of the wireless TV speaker, you’ll find a high/mid/low tone control. The High setting is ideal for dialogue audio, while the middle and low settings can be switched between for movies and music. The Simolio Digital Wireless TV speaker feature a large volume dial makes it easy to switch the speaker on and off, or adjust the volume.

Additional Information

Both the base station and the portable speakers have AC power input, and Simolio have included two power adapters, one for each unit, in the box. Having a power cable for the speaker means that you can always use your Simolio  without having to make sure it’s charged. If you’ll be using your portable TV speaker in the same spot all the time, then having this fixed power supply as an option will provide a lot of convenience for you.

What’s in the box?

  • Simolio Digital Wireless TV Speaker
  • Base station
  • 2 x AC power adapters
  • Headphones with earpieces
  • Optical cable
  • RCA to ⅛ inch
  • ⅛ inch to ⅛ inch

Simolio Digital Wireless TV Speaker Conclusion

The Simolio Digital Wireless TV Speaker provides excellent value for money. The extra accessories included with the speaker, such as the two power adapters, earphone and foam earbuds, RCA to ⅛ inch cable, ⅛ inch to ⅛ inch cable, and an optical cable, sees the Simolio TV speaker offering more than any of the other TV speakers. 

Simolio is also one of the few portable wireless TV speakers that include a digital optical input. This is a huge added value because it eliminates the need to purchase an additional device to convert from digital to analog. Despite all these additional functions and features the Simolio Digital Wireless TV Speaker still works exactly the same as any of the other portable wireless speakers in the sense that it is still simple and very easy to use.

3. Pyle Wireless TV Speaker (PTVSP18BK)

Speakers Reviewed Score 4.5
Pyle Wireless TV Speaker (PTVSP18BK)

Specs & Features

  • Radio-Frequency Range: 100 ft
  • Headphones: yes
  • Battery Life: 8  hours
  • Weight: 2.8 lbs
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 8.0 x 2.9 inches

The Pyle Wireless TV Speaker is a super compact and lightweight speaker, making it the perfect size and weight for the elderly or frail user. Just like the other wireless speakers for TV that we’ve reviewed, the Pyle Wireless TV Speaker also features a base station and a portable speaker. The base station is placed nearby the TV and is powered by a DC power adapter. Pyle provides you with two audio cables, RCA to ⅛ inch and ⅛ inch to ⅛ inch. The base station requires a ⅛ inch input, so either of these two cables should be work for your TV.


Looking at inputs, the Pyle Wireless TV Speaker features a ⅛ inch auxiliary input, so you can play audio from another device such as a mobile phone. The speaker has a range of about 100 feet, so you can easily move around a small apartment without losing the signal. You can also pair up to 50 of these portable speakers (of the same make and model) to a single base station. This is particularly useful in places such as care homes for the elderly or other public areas with a communal TV room.

Additional Information

Like many of the other TV speakers  on our list, the Pyle Wireless TV Speaker includes a ⅛ inch headphone output, so you can listen quietly without disturbing others. A simple tone control on the speaker for either ‘music’ or ‘TV’ settings. The music setting provides a fuller sound, while the TV setting allows for a better hearing of dialogue. On the side of the speaker is a large on/off and volume control, making it easy to find and adjust. The DC power input on the portable speaker means you can connect the portable TV speaker directly into an outlet when the battery is flat.

What’s in the box?

  • Pyle Wireless TV Speaker
  • Base station
  • RCA to ⅛ inch cable
  • ⅛ inch to ⅛ inch cable
  • Power cable

Pyle Wireless TV Speaker Conclusion

The Pyle Wireless TV speaker is a simple and affordable portable wireless TV speaker. Setting up the speaker is as simple as plug-in-and-play. There is only one input type, a ⅛ inch AUX, which makes the speaker installation very simple. The controls are just as simple, with only a volume control and a tone-setting control. The speaker is very lightweight and has a large handle that can be easily carried and moved. 

The Pyle wireless TV speaker can be easily placed on a bedside table or the sofa armrest, while not taking up a whole lot of room either. The ability to connect multiple speakers to the base station means that multiple people can listen at the same time, making it an ideal speaker for use in communal TV rooms or care homes for the elderly.

4. ALBOHES Portable TV Soundbox

Speakers Reviewed Score 4.4
ALBOHES Portable TV Soundbox​

Specs & Features

  • Radio-Frequency Range: 100 ft
  • Headphones: yes
  • Battery Life: 6  hours
  • Weight: 1.3 lbs
  • Dimensions: 6.3 x 5.0 x 2.3 inches

The ALBOHES portable TV Soundbox, at just under $50, is the cheapest portable wireless TV speaker on our list. This simple and practical TV speaker features a ⅛ inch input on the transmitter. The transmitter is very compact, which means it can be placed on a TV or audio source without taking up too much space. The transmitter uses radio frequency to transmit to the loudspeaker with a transmission range of up to 100 feet.


The speaker has a separate ⅛ inch auxiliary input, so you connect it to any other device, as well. If you like to listen to headphones, there is also a ⅛ inch headphone output. A super simple tone control allows you to switch between ‘music’ and ‘TV”. The music setting provides a full range sound, while the TV setting improves audio definition on dialogue and offers better vocal clarity. Located on the front of the speaker is a large rotary knob for volume control, as well as to turn the speaker on and off.

Additional Information

Weighing in at just 1.3 pounds, the ALBOHES portable TV Soundbox is the lightest wireless TV speaker on our list. The compact design means you can easily place this speaker on a bedside table or armrest of your sofa. Using the ⅛ inch AUX input on the speaker means you can connect any other audio device to the ALBOHES portable TV speaker without having to use the transmitter. 

The 8-hour battery life gives you plenty of power to operate the speaker most of the day without having to charge. The ALBOHES portable TV Soundbox is equipped with two USB power cables, one for the transmitter and the other for the wireless TV speaker. Unfortunately, they only provide an adapter for the wall outlet. If you have a USB connection on your TV, you can use it to power the speaker’s transmitter and wall adapter.

What’s in the box?

  • ALBOHES Portable TV Soundbox
  • Transmitter
  • USB to MicroUSB power cable (transmitter)
  • USB to AC power cable (speaker)
  • 1 AC wall adapter with USB A input
  • RCA to ⅛ inch cable
  • ⅛ inch to ⅛ inch cable

ALBOHES Portable TV Soundbox Conclusion

The ALBOHES Portable TV Soundbox has all the features that some of the more expensive options have, at more than half the price. The Portable wireless TV speaker is very simple to install and easy to operate. There are several features about the ALBOHES Portable TV Soundbox that makes it an attractive option, like the two USB power cables that allow you to get power from any adapter, even the TV. Another plus is that the transmitter is very compact, so it will not occupy much room. Although the ALBOHES portable wireless TV speaker is a cheap portable wireless TV speaker, it still adds a lot of value.

5. Grace Digital Voice Enhanced Wireless TV Speaker

Speakers Reviewed Score 4.3
Grace Digital GDI-BTTV100

Specs & Features

  • Radio-Frequency Range: 30 ft
  • Headphones: no
  • Battery Life: 7  hours
  • Weight: 4.4 lbs
  • Dimensions: 3.8 x 12.9 x 4.3 inches

Compared with other portable wireless speakers introduced in this list, the Grace Digital Voice Enhancement Wireless TV Speakers is slightly more advanced. Rather than using RF radio frequency transmission, the Grace Digital Wireless TV Speaker uses Bluetooth to transmit audio from its base station. The advantage of this means a cleaner digital signal, while the disadvantage means a significantly shorter wireless range of only 30 feet. However, this range shouldn’t really be a problem for most rooms in the house. This just means that you cannot enter another room with the speaker.


The base station of the Grace Digital Wireless TV Speaker is an ultra-compact and small device that is placed beside the TV. The transmitter can be powered from your TV, using the provided power cable, or through the USB output. This is convenient if you have limited power outlets. The transmitter is small enough to be stored behind the TV, thereby reducing clutter on the TV console. You can even use double-sided tape to fix the transmitter onto the back of the TV if you wanted to.

The Grace Digital Wireless TV Speaker features both a  power input as well as an audio input. The audio input can accept either an analog ⅛ inch AUX connector, or the digital ⅛ inch cable supplied with the TV speaker.

Looking at the transmitter, it connects to the speaker via Bluetooth. To pair, just press the pairing button on each unit – it’s as simple as that! The Bluetooth LED light will flash on each one until they are paired, and then the LED will illuminate a solid blue to indicate a successful connection. Once connected, you just need to turn up the volume on your speaker.


Moving on to the controls, there is a multifunctional dial on the front of the Grace Digital Wireless TV Speaker. This dial allows you to adjust the volume, by simply turning the dial either way. Pressing the dial quickly will mute the speaker while pressing and holding the dial will allow you to switch between the two tone controls – ‘TV’ or ‘Music’. The TV setting will help with vocal clarity and the Music setting provides a fuller sound.

The Grace Digital Wireless TV Speaker comes with a remote control, allowing you to adjust the volume, switch between AUX or Bluetooth, tone control, bass/treble, mute/mute or power on/off.

Additional Information

The Grace Digital Wireless TV Speaker is designed to be connected via AC power and does not have a built-in battery. However, you can purchase this as an additional item from Grace Digital. With a battery, you’ll get 7 hours of continuous playback time. There is also a ⅛ inch auxiliary input, so you can directly connect a device to your speaker. You can also pair other Bluetooth devices (such as a mobile phone or tablet) with the speaker and use it as a regular Bluetooth speaker.

What’s in the Box?

  • Grace Digital Voice Enhanced Wireless TV Speaker
  • Bluetooth transmitter/base station
  • 2 x power supplies
  • Optical to ⅛ inch cable
  • ⅛ inch to ⅛ inch cable
  • USB power cable for transmitter (optional power alternative)
  • Remote control

Grace Digital Voice Enhanced Wireless TV Speaker Conclusion

The Grace Digital Wireless TV Speaker is a true multi-function speaker that is packed with a range of functions that are not found in other portable wireless speakers for TV. Although it is very simple to use, the Grace Digital Wireless TV Speaker has some slightly more complex features, which may overwhelm some who may be confused by the additional buttons and controls.

The TV  speaker generates about 16W of power, which is about three times the output of any of the other portable TV speakers on our list. This additional power provides a higher volume and better intelligibility. Unfortunately, Grace Digital does not have a headphone output, so you can only use it as a loud speaker.

Non-Portable Wireless Speakers for TV

Non-portable wireless TV speakers include sound bars and home theater systems that provide wireless input connections. In most cases, this is a Bluetooth or WiFi connection. For multiple speaker systems, the wireless connection extends to the speakers, which means fewer or no speaker cables. The technology for completely wireless speakers is still quite advanced, so you won’t find such a system for a few hundred dollars. In most cheaper systems, the rear will be connected to the satellite decoder/receiver via a speaker cable. Only advanced high-end home theater systems can connect wirelessly with each speaker independently.

As you can see from above, wireless TV speakers may mean wireless at the input or output. Most speakers provide wireless input, but there are not many wireless connections to replace speaker cables. Of course, you still need cables. Therefore, the “wireless” speaker of a TV is never completely wireless because it needs to be plugged into a power source. Let us know how big the “wireless” feature you are looking for in our poll above.

Meet the Winners!

Meet the Winners!

If you’re just after a wireless TV speaker with Bluetooth input, then the TaoTronics Sound Bar will do the job just fine. Priced at around $80, it’s also very reasonably well priced, Just remember, this  soundbars does not have a compatible subwoofer so you can’t build on this system.

If you want a completely wireless home theater system the cheapest option is the Enclave Audio CineHome Wireless 5.1 Home Theater System – this is a true wireless surround sound system with technology that was only previously available in systems worth thousands of dollars. The CineHome will only run you about $700 and this includes everything you’ll need to plug and play.

The best fully wireless speaker system is the Sonos Playbar TV Soundbar. The Playbar is more than just a speaker, it’s a stylish piece of decor. The sound from the Playbar on its own is incredible.


Our Selection of the 5 Best Non-Portable Speakers for TV

1. Sonos Playbar TV Soundbar

Sonos Playbar TV Soundbar

Specs & Features

  • Wireless: WiFi
  • Inputs: 2
  • Weight: 11.8 lbs
  • Dimensions: 35.5 x 5.6 x 3.4 inches 

Sonos Playbar is an advanced soundbar with some cool features and the ability to expand the system from a single speaker to full 5.1 surround sound. Playbar is a simple and unpretentious design, which looks good when placed in a cabinet or mounted on a wall. Playbar is a smart speaker that can tell whether it has been installed or placed in a cabinet. Detecting any of them will automatically adjust the internal processing to provide you with the best listening experience. The Playbar is connected to the TV via an optical cable, so you can enjoy all the benefits of digital audio and processing.

Another part of Sonos’s intelligence is the ability to automatically detect what you are viewing and adjust the speaker equalizer for the best sound. If you are watching a movie and think you need a better conversation, you can press the “Voice Enhancement” button in the app, and the playback bar will increase certain frequencies to improve clarity. You can also set the “Play Bar” to “Night Sound”. When this feature is enabled, the play bar will overwhelm the noisy part of the audio, so you won’t make too much noise. For example, if you are watching an action movie with a lot of screams and explosions, these sounds are usually much louder than the dialogue part. Playbar will attenuate these noisy parts, so you won’t experience these spikes. If someone is sleeping in the next room, this will ensure that you will not disturb them.


The Sonos Playbar has a total of 9 independently operated speakers in the soundbar. This allows you to set up left/right/center speakers or so-called virtual surround sound. The Playbar can be used alone, with a subwoofer, or as a 5.1 surround sound system with two Play:1 satellite speakers. In addition, you can purchase other Play:1 or Play:3 satellite speakers to build a larger surround sound system. All speakers are connected wirelessly via the Sonos app. In addition, each speaker has a LAN input/output port, so you can connect the speakers to the network via cables as needed, but this is not required.

Sonos App

The Sonos app is available for Apple and Android devices. Through the application, you can control various settings, pair with other speakers, and pair with the TV remote control. After pairing with the TV remote control, you can use the same remote control to control the playback bar. If you hate having multiple remotes, you can change the rules of the game.

Next to the play bar, you can also use some buttons, including play/pause and volume up/down. In the Sonos application, you can also add your favorite streaming media applications to play music, listen to radio or podcasts, and so on. It is done via WiFi, which is much more reliable than Bluetooth. Sonos is also compatible with Amazon Echo or Dot (sold separately), so you can use these devices on the Playbar. If you choose to purchase a complete Sonos surround sound system, the Play One speakers have built-in Alexa, so there is no need to use Echo or Dot.

Adding to your Sonos Surround Sound System

The best thing about deciding to buy a Sonos system is to be able to add more speakers of your choice. Why should you stop at 5.1 when you can use a 7.1 surround sound system? Sonos will constantly update the software and firmware on the system, so the future possibilities are endless. Other speakers you can add to the system include Sonos Play:1, Play:3, and Play:5. All these satellite speakers are compatible with Alexa. If you choose to buy only the Playbar, the next obvious purchase option is Sonos Subwoofer, available in black or white. From there, you can add surround speakers as needed.

What’s in the box?

  • Sonos Playbar TV Soundbar
  • Optical cable
  • Power cable
  • Network cable

Sonos Playbar TV Soundbar Conclusion

The Sonos Playbar TV soundbar is very interesting among stylish speakers. The ability to add to the system means you can build the system over time without having to buy a large and expensive surround sound system all at once. The additional speakers are connected wirelessly, so there is no need to lay speaker cables throughout the living room. However, each speaker needs a power source. Playbar is an excellent wireless TV speaker with some advanced features.

2. TaoTronics Sound Bar

TaoTronics Sound Bar

Specs & Features

  • Wireless: Bluetooth 4.2
  • Inputs: 3
  • Weight: 3.9 lbs
  • Dimensions: 31.5 x 2.4 x 2.4 inches 

TaoTronics soundbars are powerful wireless TV speakers. The 32-inch sound bar provides a stable power output of 90W, which is enough to meet the needs of medium to large rooms. TaoTronics sound bars have two full-range drivers and two sub-range drivers. Although the sound of TaoTronics soundbar is relatively loud, its lower end lacks the expected effect of soundbar. Unfortunately, TaoTronics does not include a subwoofer.


TaoTronics has a lot of input. Inputs include Bluetooth, optical fiber and RCA. In order to make the most of this soundbar, you will need to use an optical connection. If you prefer wireless connections, Bluetooth is also great. All physical inputs are well recessed into the back of the soundbar, so you can easily install the speakers without worrying about cables.


There are LED indicators on the front panel of the soundbar to indicate the input you are using. Since each input has its own LED, you can easily see what you are listening to. You can switch between the inputs on the soundbar control panel. On the top of the soundbar, these buttons can be easily accessed. There is also a power button and a volume key on the control. TaoTonics provides you with a remote control, so you can control all the above functions, as well as mute/unmute and skip/search tracks on the paired Bluetooth device. Each input has a dedicated button on the remote control, so switching is very easy.


The 32-inch TaoTronics sound bar can be placed on the TV cabinet or mounted on the wall. There is a built-in mounting bracket, which is as easy as installing two screws on the wall and installing the soundbar. TaoTronics also provides a template to accurately show the location of the hole in the wall.

What’s in the box?

  • TaoTronics 32-Inch Sound Bar
  • Remote control
  • Power cable
  • Optical cable
  • RCA cable
  • Mounting screws

TaoTronics Sound Bar Conclusion

The 32-inch TaoTronics soundbar, priced at less than $80, is one of the most affordable 90W soundbars on the market. The soundbar will definitely improve on most TV speakers, but it lacks low-end products. If you just want to enhance the sound, this is a good choice. If you want a wireless TV speaker with bass, you might be disappointed with the 32-inch TaoTronics. You also don’t have the option of a subwoofer, which means you cannot use the system to enhance the sound.

3. Samsung HW-T650 3.1ch Soundbar with 3D Surround Sound

Samsung HW-T650 3.1ch Soundbar with 3D Surround Sound

Specs & Features

  • Wireless: Bluetooth 
  • Inputs: 2
  • Weight: 23.7 lbs
  • Dimensions: 38.6 x 3.5 x 2.3 inches 

Samsung HW-T650 wireless soundbar is definitely a powerful force! 2.1 The system can provide balanced sound over the entire frequency range, including wirelessly connected soundbars and subwoofers. No speaker cable required!

If you need a complete 5.1 surround sound system, you can bundle it with the Samsung HW-T650 with rear satellite speakers. The rear frame is also connected wirelessly via a satellite decoder, which can be placed at the back of the living room, under the bed or on the sofa. The actual speakers are connected to the cable box through speaker wires, so the entire 5.1 system is not 100% wireless; however, it eliminates the need for front and rear cables.


The 160W subwoofer has powerful bass, which complements the 90W soundbar. The subwoofer can be placed vertically or sideways, depending on where it is placed. There is a bass port on the back, so for best results, the subwoofer should be placed about 4 inches away from a wall or hard surface. The sleek, low-profile sound bar can be placed on the TV cabinet or mounted on the wall. Samsung provides you with a wall-mounted template so that you can get the position of the bracket correctly. Brackets are provided, but you need to purchase the correct screws for your wall type. However, complete instructions are provided in the user manual.


HW-T650 supports HDMI, USB, optical and Bluetooth input. If you need WiFi connection, then Samsung HW-Q90R Soundbar may be your better choice.

Samsung App

You can download a Samsung Audio application to control certain functions of the sound system. These include; on/off, volume, audio input and media controls (such as sound presets and equalizer). You can also control all the same functions through the remote control that comes with the system.

In the app and the remote control, you can independently control the volume of the soundbar and subwoofer. It also has several pre-programmed EQ presets. You have a self-explanatory standard, movies and music. In addition, it also has a CLEAR (clear) mode, which enables preset sounds to achieve clear voice and dictation. “Sports” mode will provide more clarity, so that the effect increases the pleasure of watching sports. In addition, it also has a 7-band equalizer, you can adjust or program your own equalizer presets. Similarly, these presets and equalizer adjustments can be made through the app or remote control. Samsung 2.1 wireless sound bar supports Dolby Digital and DTS.

What’s in the box?

  • Samsung HW-T650 Wireless Soundbar
  • 160W Samsung subwoofer
  • Power cables for soundbar and subwoofer
  • Optical cable
  • Remote with 2 x AA batteries
  • Wall mount template
  • Wall mount brackets

Samsung HW-T650 Wireless Soundbar Conclusion

Samsung HW-T650 wireless sound bar is an excellent wireless TV speaker. For only about $400, there are few wireless TV speakers that can compete with this incredible sound system. The ability to add the SWA-8500S for rear satellite speakers to the system means you can enjoy a complete surround sound experience. For small and medium-sized residential areas, this system is absolutely necessary.

4. Wohome S9920 Wireless TV Soundbar

Wohome S9920 Wireless TV Soundbar

Specs & Features

  • Wireless: Bluetooth 
  • Inputs: 6
  • Weight: 9.9 lbs
  • Dimensions: 38.6 x 4.0 x 4.1 inches 

The Wohome S9920 soundbar is a popular wireless TV speaker. The soundbar is equipped with a total of 6 speaker drivers and provides a total power of 80W. Wohome has set the frequency response of the S9920 soundbar to be 40Hz to 20kHz, but it seems to lack those low frequencies hovering around 200Hz. In addition, the S9920 is very loud and provides good clarity and clarity.


You can select multiple inputs on Wohome S9920. These include; RCA, optical fiber, coaxial, USB, AUX and Bluetooth. For the best results, you want to use optical or Bluetooth technology. It is best to use optics so that Bluetooth can be used with other devices. Wohome provides you with optical cables and 1/3 inch RCA cables.


There are two ways to control Wohome S9920. There are four button control panels on the side of the soundbar. Here, you can turn the speakers on and off, switch between audio inputs, and increase or decrease the volume. It also has the function of playing/pausing any Bluetooth paired device. The same controls can be accessed on the provided remote control. Each item has its own button, so switching between items is quick and easy. You can play/pause, skip and search for any paired Bluetooth devices, and switch between three pre-programmed audio presets. It has a 3D mode for watching movies, a music mode with bass enhancement, and a news mode with better voice clarity.

What’s in the box?

  • Wohome S9920 Soundbar
  • Remote control
  • Optical cable
  • Stereo RCA to ⅛ inch audio cable
  • Power adapter
  • Wall mount kit with template

Wohome S9920 Wireless TV Soundbar Conclusion

Wohome S9920 wireless TV soundbar is an affordable soundbar choice. You can get a decent 80W soundbar for just $100 on Amazon. The only disadvantage of Wohome is that it does not have the option of adding a subwoofer. The bottom of the speaker is a bit lacking, but having said that, Wohome is very loud and will definitely be an upgraded version of any built-in TV speakers.

5. Enclave Audio CineHome Wireless 5.1 Home Theater

Enclave Audio CineHome Wireless 5.1 Home Theater System​ 1

Specs & Features

  • Wireless: WiSA
  • Inputs: 6
  • Weight: 30.0 lbs
  • Dimensions: 17.0 x 31.7 x 21.7 inches 

Enclave Audio’s CineHome 5.1 wireless home theater system is considered a “true” wireless home theater system. This simply means that each speaker is connected wirelessly, there is no set-top box or satellite receiver, but only speakers. Audio CineHome HD Smart Center speakers act as the main input device or receiver. All other speakers are connected to Smart Center to receive its audio signal.


In addition to Smart Center, it also has four additional speakers and a subwoofer to form a complete CineHome Wireless 5.1 home theater system. Smart Center is located under the TV and has two installation options. Smart Center can be the main input with HDMI output, or it can be the picture output through the TV. Alternatively, you can use the TV for all inputs and connect to Smart Center via HDMI or optical fiber. Although you can use other inputs, only one digital input will provide you with a complete surround sound effect. Each installation method can work normally, it all depends on which installation method you decide to choose.

Speaker Placement

On each side of the Smart Center, there are front left and right vertical speakers. These can be placed on TV cabinets, shelves, or even on floating shelves. If you don’t have a speaker stand, then a floating shelf will be the most economical choice. Also on the front, it has a subwoofer. The subwoofer is very large and should be placed on the floor about 4 inches from the wall for best results. Surround sound or satellite speakers are wedge-shaped, no matter where you sit in the living room, you can achieve wide diffusion to provide surround sound effects. For best results, you want the left/right rear frame to be on or above your head. Again, a floating shelf or shelf will be the best.


The only cable required to connect Enclave Audio CineHome is a power cord for each speaker. Of course, you will also need input on the Smart Center speakers. In addition, the system is completely wireless in terms of signal distribution. Once turned on, the speakers will be paired automatically. It is important to note that at the first startup, with an introduction and understanding of all speakers, pairing may take up to 30 seconds or so. After that, every time you turn on the system, it is instantaneous.

Wireless Technology

Enclave Audio CineHome uses WiSA technology to connect and transmit Smart Center’s 24-bit high-definition audio quality to all other speakers. WiSA is an advanced wireless audio processing technology in high-end wireless audio products. You can get this technology in a home theater system that currently sells for less than $1,000, and it’s worth it.

Additional Information

The CineHome system comes with a remote control for accessing and adjusting advanced functions. The menu appears on the TV screen and enables you to change various audio settings, including usual input selection, volume control, audio presets, etc. In addition, you can also access the settings and balance between each speaker.

The CineHome home theater system supports multiple audio formats, including Blu-ray, DTS Digital Surround 5.1, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby Pro Logic II. This means you can enjoy the highest quality movies and TV with the highest effects and advanced audio processing. It’s as if you are watching a movie in a cinema.

What’s in the box?

  • Enclave Audio Smart Center Channel Speaker
  • Right Front Channel Speaker
  • Left Front Channel Speaker
  • Right Rear Surround Speaker
  • Left Rear Surround Speaker
  • Enclave Audio Subwoofer
  • HDMI cable
  • Enclave Remote control (with battery)
  • 6 x AC power supplies (for all system speakers)

Enclave Audio CineHome Wireless 5.1 Home Theater Conclusion

If you are looking for an affordable wireless home theater system, Enclave Audio CineHome 5.1 wireless home theater is the best on the market. The price of the system is close to $1,200, but you can buy it on Amazon for less than $800. As a true wireless surround sound system, CineHome reduces the need for speaker cables. Installation is very easy, even inexperienced non-technical personnel can follow the step-by-step instructions and complete all operations within 30 minutes. Tech-savvy people can take up to 10 to 15 minutes.
CineHome is perfect for all applications, including movies, games, sports, and TV. Advanced 24-bit high-definition sound quality will make every viewing experience simply amazing. You can also use the CineHome system to play music during the party. You can stream from SmartTV, Bluetooth device or use inch AUX input. Enclave CineHome is one of the speaker systems that will never disappoint. If you have a $800 surround sound system, then the money will be worth the money.

What Makes a TV Speaker Wireless?

Believe it or not, there is more than one answer to this question. TV speakers usually have various cables; AC power, TV/device connections, cables between speakers, etc. However, I think most people looking for wireless TV speakers are looking for a product that does not have a speaker cable connected to the TV. Most speakers these days have Bluetooth input, so you can use this feature to buy any TV speakers these days.

What you don’t find is the wireless speakers in the sound system. This is because each speaker needs a receiver, and the receiver needs to be connected to the central receiver. The technology required to transmit high-quality, digital audio is still very advanced, so you will almost never find such a system under $1000. We only found a pair in this price range, and only one of them was a true wireless speaker system.

Most TV speakers enable you to connect the soundbar and/or subwoofer wirelessly. These usually come from premium brands, and these small systems are usually a few hundred dollars. If you only have a small budget, my suggestion is to go for a wireless speaker system with speaker cables connected together. Yes, the cable is annoying, but the sound will be particularly good. The minimum I’m going to is 800$, which allows you to get the features of Enclave audio movie home system in the second part of this article.

However, this technology is developing rapidly. The wireless network seems to be the way things are going. Who knows, in a few years, you can buy speakers, program the IP address, and add to your sound system.

Currently, we have Bluetooth version 5. Look forward to. And Bluetooth released version 5. Not long ago, many products have not caught up. Fourth edition. Bluetooth still seems to be the latest version used by most products. You can read more about Bluetooth version 5. 

How Wireless Affects Audio Signal

When it comes to audio signals, one thing to remember is that copper cables are still king. Ask any sound engineer if they want a cable or wireless device, and they will answer the cable every time. Why is this happening? Wireless technology is not so reliable and has an impact on sound quality. This is true for UHF and digital wireless technologies such as Bluetooth or WiFi. UHF produces a wider frequency response, but is susceptible to interference and requires some compression during transmission. This can cause some frequency loss, especially at the low end of the spectrum.

When it comes to digital wireless, losses and compression are much greater and more and more obvious. Compared to using an Aux cable, you can always tell that the Bluetooth connection is poor, the volume is reduced and the sound is not so complete.

Decent wireless sound is only compatible with expensive wireless sound systems, which include advanced 24-bit wireless technology. This comes at a price, so unless you can afford hundreds or even thousands of dollars, stick to speaker cables.

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