If you want to get surround sound without using any wires, you can consider a few options:

  • Wireless Surround Sound Systems: As discussed earlier, many home theater systems now have wireless surround sound capabilities. These systems use wireless technology such as Bluetooth, WiFi, or other proprietary wireless protocols to connect the surround sound speakers to the primary audio source, such as a receiver or sound bar. While these systems still require power cords for the speakers, they eliminate the need for speaker wires to connect them to the primary audio source.

  • Soundbars with Virtual Surround Sound: Some soundbars simulate surround sound without needing separate surround sound speakers. These soundbars use various audio processing techniques to create a sense of surround sound by bouncing sound waves off the room’s walls. While this isn’t authentic surround sound, it can be a good option for those who want a more immersive audio experience without the hassle of setting up separate speakers.

  • Wireless Speakers: Another option is wireless speakers that connect to your TV or other audio source via Bluetooth or WiFi. While these speakers won’t provide authentic surround sound, you can place them strategically around the room to create a more immersive audio experience.