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JBL Bar 9.1 Soundbar

The JBL Bar 9.1 soundbar system provides one of the easiest ways to get a realistic Dolby Atmos and DTS:X immersive audio experience. JBL’s secret? The Bar 9.1 uses detachable wireless, battery-powered surround speakers that can be situated anyplace in the room that’s convenient.

JBL’s soundbar uses four “racetrack” drivers, three 0.75-inch tweeters, and two full-range upfiring drivers, while each surround uses a

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