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Paradigm debuts Soundscape 5.1-channel soundbar

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Who’s got room, time and patience to set up a wired 5.1-channel sound system? My boo, for example, would never allow me to have cables running across the floor like that. Can’t say I disagree. Maybe if I had a dedicated home theater…

So how about the next best thing — a surround soundbar? Many have attempted such a setup, but I’m placing my bets on companies like Paradigm Electronics, who’s been doping surround sound for years. Today Paradigm began shipping its Soundscape 5.1-channel, powered music and movie soundbar. For use with flat panels of 50 inches or larger, it features seven high-performance drivers and 350 watts of peak power. Using Soundscape, you can hear that 5.1 sound on your Dolby Digital movies.

Paradigm Soundscape soundbar, sans grill.

Paradigm Soundscape soundbar, sans grill.

You can hook pretty much anything up to it – Blu-ray/DVD/CD players, gaming consoles and satellite receivers, to name a few. The company stresses Soundscape’s ability to produce “deliciously deep” bass; you can add an optional subwoofer… or not. Switchable EQ modes allow you to place it on a wall or flat surface and get equally good sound. It’s got Bluetooth capability (including charging) with aptX coding for high-quality audio streaming.

You can read more about Soundscape, and get a slew of its techs and specs, over here. It costs $1,499.99 and is available now.

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