How Far Should My Subwoofer Be From My Soundbar?

Can I use any subwoofer with my soundbar?

Soundbar connections.

Some soundbars have proprietary outputs that makes connecting an SVS or other powered subwoofer impossible.

Look for a soundbar that accepts a cable like the SVS SoundPath RCA Audio Interconnect Cable or something comparable, and it should work with almost any subwoofer, including all SVS models..

Is a soundbar better with a subwoofer?

Whether you’re a fan of watching action movies or listening to dubstep, if your favorite media has lots of bass, you’ll need a soundbar with a subwoofer. A soundbar setup that includes a wireless subwoofer can generally deliver deeper, more powerful bass than a standalone bar, even one with an integrated sub.

Where should the subwoofer be placed with a soundbar?

Since your soundbar houses your front speakers, it’s a good idea for the two to stay somewhat close together, in order to sound congruent. If your subwoofer is wired, you can go as far away from the soundbar as the wires allow. If your subwoofer is wireless, it can be placed as far away as you’d like.

How far away should my subwoofer be?

In fact, high-quality subs tend to sound their best when pulled at least 8 to 12 inches from any wall. Subwoofers also work better in the front half of your listening space, placed closer to your front-channel loudspeakers to lessen timing delays and phase cancellation.

Can subwoofer be placed in back of room?

You can place the subwoofer behind your couch. The subwoofer will be close to you when you will place it behind the couch nearby to the wall. As a result, you will get a better sound and bass from it. This position of the subwoofer will give you smooth and deep bass than the other positions.