MartinLogan Cadence Three-Channel Soundbar Reviewed

Soundbars are ubiquitous these days; soundbars that don’t suck are not. In my experience, I’ve come into contact with a whopping three soundbars that didn’t sound like something I engineered myself in the garage. Thankfully, the MartinLogan Cadence ($1,299 …
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