On the audio front, React supports Dolby Digital and STS 5.1 virtual surround sound. You can pair it with other Polk speakers (such as the $199 SR2 wireless surround speakers and $199 React Sub seven-inch subwoofer) to build a true surround sound system. The soundbar has USB, TV optical and HDMI ARC ports.
Polk generally makes decent speakers. While React doesn’t have Dolby Atmos support unlike some other soundbars, it should provide better audio than most TVs’ standard speakers without having to break the bank.
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