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The last moving box has been set down on the floor. You bought a new TV for your new, larger living quarters, but have yet to get the sound system. It is a critical stage in your step up to more comfy living, but a confusing one. Sound bars, surround sound, subwoofers, receivers?what to do? If your living space is still a bit limited by the time you unpack all your furniture, a sound bar may be the best bet. A pedestal type, which sleekly sits beneath your TV, saves critical space. Do note, however, that pedestals lack a separate subwoofer, so they don?t produce the deep bass that sound bars with wireless subwoofers provide. Depending on where you must locate the bar, it is possible to block your remote?s signal to the TV, but a remote signal repeater on the bar resolves this issue. Many bars provide ports on the back for your other electronic devices, just connect them to the TV and let it be the switcher for the bar?a task you accomplish long before you open all your moving boxes. Ultimately, after fully considering the options, there is likely room enough for the real thing?a surround sound system. Whichever way you go, eBay?s reliable sellers offer many models and types of systems to immerse your new pad in the wonderful world of sound.