It has super crisp and clear dialog and fills my 400sqft den with immersive 5. Sound. It gets plenty loud, too. I have it paired with an lg c2 and an apple tv, and it happily powers on and off with the others.
It’s a complete set with sound bar, sub woofer, and rear surrounds. They aren’t flat, but instead the fronts are angled out for more dispersion. The sub is tall/narrow with a front port and side firing speaker.
The sound is pricey but in my opinion is totally worth it.
The sound is fine but the power supply died on the subwoofer 8 months after purchase. The wifi issue is real. The rear/sub speakers connectivity is absolutely abhorrent. There is a reason lg is down the list.
This soundbar system is only marginally better than my lg oled55cx internal speakers. Hdmi arc features stopped working after owning the soundbar for a month. The lag between audio and video is ridiculous.
Lg says reboot. The process of warranty is so cumbersome it seems they want you to quit. Lg was supposed to send me packaging to send back and never did.
The sub is no better. This is just pathetic.
The sound is magnificent. Gorgeous sound. It looks good and discreet so the wife doesn't complain about it.
Dolby atmos is absolutely amazing as the sound travels off the ceiling and in various directions. x is in dolby atmos on disney+.
Dialog is pretty clear, and the dialog enhancement setting works well for the most part. It does an excellent job with voices, even without the voice mode enabled on the app.
The sonos app is very user friendly, it's really simple to setup. The instructions that come in the box are foolproof. Set it up through the phone app. New system software for android or apple comes out.
Sonos arc is a pain in the *. What in the heck is up with this hassle?