Sound Advice: TV speaker can be fine tuned for hard of hearing

We have seen your columns about ZVOX soundbars with the AccuVoice feature and are considering the AV200 AccuVoice TV speaker for $249 or the SB400 Soundbar for $399. Price is not an issue, we just want the best one for voices. Which one would you recommend?
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