The sound bar (when working) sounds amazing. It’s a close as you’re going to get to a full Dolby Atmos setup. The sound it can push out is detailed and robust. The bar itself is quite large and heavy. It’s not something you can set in front most TVs if it is not mounted on the wall. But for all it’s sound capabilities, it has some major problems. I don’t usually leave reviews on products, but I don’t want anyone else to have to haul this heavy bar back to the store multiple times like I did. I believe it has major flaws with its HDMI chipset. The first bar I had appeared to be opened as it was missing pieces. I took it back to Best Buy and they ordered another one for me. It worked well for a week. Then would not consistently turn on and recognize the devices connected to it. I sent it back. Best Buy convinced to try another bar. So I ordered another. I went through the set up. It worked twice. Then failed to recognize any devices again. I tried anything and everything to trouble shoot. I even brought in a sound engineer expert. We concluded it was a faulty chipset. I tried reaching out to Sennheiser, they gave me a vague answer via email. I finally decided to return it and install an actual Atmos system. The Best Buy manager told me they have seen several of these come back. So my two cents, STAY AWAY. Sennheiser nailed the sound quality, but what good is that when the hard Ware is useless? I think you would be better served looking at other options, or investing in wired speakers. I hope this helps.