When it comes to home sound systems, different people want different things. While everyone wants the best possible sound, it means different things for different people, without having to miss out on a single guitar strum. However, audio devices differ with regard to various factors, depending on the room size, wired/wireless, and, of course, the price you are ready to pay. While it is possible to spend months together in researching for the perfect home system, it is also possible that you might never zero in on one, as the number of choices in audio devices could leave you confused. The following are the top-rated home sound systems to go for in 2019. Save yourself some time, as this list of audio devices is drawn up after a lot of research:

  • Bose Lifestyle 650: If you are looking for an elegant home theater in a box, this is it. With the left, right, and rear speakers just 5.5 inches tall and 2 inches wide, it cannot get more compact. It has a high-end look with a glossy finish. A Bose product, the quality of sound is anyway guaranteed. You can stream music from your favorite sources. For those who love to play with home music systems, it has ADAPTiQ, which enables sound integrity within the home. Its QuietPort technology acts as an amplifier of subtle, delicate sounds.
  • Nakamichi Shockwafe Pro 7.1 DTS:X Soundbar: Voted as the most popular home theater system, this 7.1 channel, 600-watt soundbar is a rich and immersive sound system with audio devices ideal for those living in apartments and small homes. The sound bar comes with five sealed speaker chambers, along with a quad-core DSP chipset, giving you wide acoustics that brings your music to life. It also comes with 13 tuned speaker drivers and an eight-inch downward-firing subwoofer for enhanced bass effect.
  • Sonos 5.1 Home Theater System: This comes with a Playbar soundbar, wireless speaker, and a sub, along with HDMI cable and power cords. It is one of the easiest to set up, looks super-cool and smart (either black or white matte), and most interior designers love it. The Playbar picks up any sound from your TV, and you could upgrade it to Sonos Playbase 5.1 or Beam, which also has Alexa inbuilt into it, letting you play your favorite tunes. Minus the wires, these audio devices provide the entire house acoustic system in a super-smart way.
  • Focal Sib Evo 5.1.2 Home Cinema System with Yamaha RX-A780 AV 7.2 Channel Receiver: It may be small in size, but not in sound; coming from Focal and specifically designed to suit small homes, it can be fit into the tiniest of rooms effectively. Although it provides 3-dimensional sound as 5.1.2 can be a little too much for a small home, there is no turning back (or turning it off!) once you get used to it. It can be mounted on walls or stands, so it does not occupy much space.

These audio devices are some of the best ones available in the market now to choose from.