- Sound Bar (two 1×3.25-inch full range drivers, two 1-inch tweeters)
- Wireless Subwoofer
- Two HDMI 2.0a inputs (HDCP 2.2 compliant)
- One HDMI Output
- One Optical input
- One USB port
- Dolby/DTS Support
- HDR 10/Dolby Vision Support
- HDMI CEC
Right off the bat you will notice what looks like an Echo Dot flush mounted in the top of the Polk Command Sound Bar and I think that is a little strange looking but also gives it a nice comforting feel, so we will all know how to use it. With the Specs listed for the Polk Command Sound Bar the $299.99 price point is actual right in line with other sound bars that do not have Alexa built in, so I will not hate on the price.
What does everyone think of the Polk Command Sound Bar? Let me know in the comments below.
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