Samsung HW Soundbar / Woofer Wows the Workplace on a Budget

Do your employees start to nod off during education sessions? Do your clients’ eyes glaze over halfway through your presentation? Is it tough to hear webinars?

If you’re looking for quality sound in the workplace or boardroom without breaking your budget, the Samsung HW Soundbar and Sub-woofer is a product you should seriously consider. We have found the quality is high enough to impress clients and keep staff enthralled. It adds captivating sound to presentations, webinars and videos. All of this, while being affordable to small businesses or anyone who doesn’t want to install elaborate sound systems like ceiling speakers.

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What to Look for in a Workplace Sound System

  • Clear sound for every purpose and format.
  • Speech intelligibility
  • Sound effect presets to easily adjust sound according to what you’re watching, be that someone speaking on a webinar or sound effects during a presentation.
  • Sound that will reach the back of a boardroom without deafening those sitting in the front.
  • Easy control
  • Professional appearance
  • Sound that carries not only across the room, but also over sounds inside or outside the room. Every meeting has office sounds like traffic or people talking outside, buzzing phones, papers and air conditioning.
  • Sound quality and intelligibility must triumph over individual room acoustics.

The Samsung HW Soundbar and Sub-woofer delivers everything the average work space requires. It’s functionality is both diverse and user-friendly, something you will not find in elaborate boardroom sound systems.

What You Get With Your Samsung HW Soundbar and Sub-woofer

  • Samsung HW-J355 soundbar
  • Samsung 5.25″ wired passive bass-reflex sub-woofer
  • Samsung HW-J355 TV Soundbar and Woofer for the Boardroom200W total power
  • Dolby 2.1-channel and DTS 2-channel codecs
  • Audio remote control (battery included)
  • Samsung Audio Remote App provides Android mobile control
  • Wall mount hardware
  • Inputs for optical, USB, and AUX cables
  • USB cable
  • Optical cable
  • Bluetooth 2.1 interface
  • Supports AV decoding for MP3, WMA, AAC, OGG, FLAC and WAV files
  • Wireless connection to compatible Samsung TV’s

Note: Using the headphone jack on our TV resulted in a reduction in sound quality. That will vary by model.

If you’re looking for a compact, dynamic sound experience for the workplace or home office, I can confidently recommend the Samsung HW Soundbar and Sub-woofer. I only wish we had a compatible Samsung TV to take full advantage of the wireless setup, instead of adding to our tangle of cords.

How much did we love it? Well, we’ve installed three of them in the past week. I think that says it all.

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Good idea! Sound is important to keep a viewer’s attention especially in training sessions or long pitches. I don’t know if it would work for really big rooms but anything is better than using tv sound or little computer speakers.

C. Comeau

Do you have ANY idea how hard it is to find a review of standard sound systems for business use?
That’s how many I found until I saw your Facebook post about this review. I’ve been looking for a decent sound boost for our conference room TV for almost a month, but it’s tough to tell if a system will work well with presentations or web based programs. The store clerks don’t know and there’s no information about it online.
So I sincerely thank you for this post! I’m going to buy it!