The HTS56 5.1 Channel Home Theater System has light effects. Everything you need is in the box. Peak power is 1000 watt. 500-Watts program power. A built-in receiver with 8” subwoofer. A speaker on the center channel. 2x 3” full range speakers. 2x 3” full range speakers. The cabinets have plastic front panels. The built-in radio receiver has a great reception. There is a built-in optical input to connect to your television. The display is digital. preset curves You can control the volume of the speakers. v 2.1 is the most recent version of the wireless communications protocol. There is a maximum file size of 16Gb. There is a max file size of 16Gb. 2 14” MIC inputs with echo function. There are 5 audio outputs. 6 audio inputs. The AUX inputs are from the RCA. The input is for connecting to your TV. There is a radio antenna input. A full function remote. The Subwoofer unit has 4 lighting modes, and can be used with 7 colors or multi-color mode. Even with volume and bass settings, zero distortion can be heard. The sound on this system is better than anything else. Front L/F: 12Ft, Rear L/R: 30Ft, Center: 10Ft. The response time is 20hertz to 20hertz. There is a certification that complies with the standards of the European Union and the United States. The signal to noise ratio is 70dB. Even with volume and bass settings, zero distortion can be heard. The sound on this system is better than anything else. Front L/F: 12Ft, Rear L/R: 30Ft, Center: 10Ft. The response time is 20hertz to 20hertz. There is a certification that complies with the standards of the European Union and the United States. The signal to noise ratio is 70dB.
👤I did a bit of research. I took a chance despite seeing some bad reviews. Some people will never be happy with anything. I'm happy I bought this system. It's good for less than $200, but it's not what you could get if you spent a lot. I have only had it for about 5 days, so I can't say how long it will last. It sounds good to me. The back speaker wires could be 10 feet longer, but that is very minor and easy to fix. The bass is loud.
👤I got a new tv in 2012 but still need a new surround sound, I bought a new tv in 2011. I need it for games and movies. Rockville sounds great, no complaints. My tv doesn't have a 3.5mm jack and the RCA doesn't work, so it's hard for me to use rockville. It was a pain to buy a converter to hook up my tv. I recommend it at this price point.
👤If you love wires all over the place, this is the system for you. If you're thinking you can use all your connections, forget about it. It won't work with an existing surround receiver, so you'll have to get all of your components to work with this system.
👤I like the theater sound system. I've had expensive theater sound systems before. I have a sound bar and a speaker. The sound bar was not giving me the sound and feel that I was looking for. I was thinking about my old system. The Rockville system has anLED and it caught my eye. I bought it for the price and features. I installed it after it came in. Everything was great. I first connected using a broadband service. When I turned the system off, I had an issue with connecting theBT. The route I went with was the RCA. My TV didn't have the correct outputs, so I bought a Toslink connection. A terrible sound came out when everything was connected. It wasn't in the paperwork of the Rockville system, but I had to change the sound on my TV. Houston has sound when I did that. I enjoy watching movies and TV.
👤I read a lot of reviews about the sound system and some said the base was overpowering and the sound quality was poor. I have watched a lot of movies so far and it is not overpowering. It makes the movie more enjoyable. After a few movies, I noticed a buzzing sound, but the experience and tests showed it was not the system that was buzzing, it was the dvd player. It was easy to install, it came with an auxiliary jack to plug the sound cables into the tv, and that's how we set it up. I am thankful for the review that said you need to change the location of the sound on your tv, I panicked when the system wouldn't work, but I remembered that information. I love the lights and the cords are long enough to fit around my room. The only thing that my dad wanted was a button on the controller.
The best audio performance from your 4K HDR content can be found with the help of the Dolby Audio 5.1. Loud and clear: The 96dB sound pressure level and 50Hz to 20kHz range deliver accurate Sound. The Virtual:X is from the studio. Enhances any content with room-filling, floor-to-ceiling 3D sound. Place the wireless sub in the room to amplify the sound. Voice assistant input can be used to control your devices through the sound bar with a dedicated 3.5 aux or persistent Bluetooth connection. Voice assistant input can be used to control your devices through the sound bar with a dedicated 3.5 aux or persistent Bluetooth connection.
👤The review is now edited. The sound bar has stopped working. I have had another Vizio soundbar for many years, but I am not an audio engineer. I retired that to see what a newer generation sound bar was like. I was happy to use the inputs on the sound bar and try out the new features on my XBox. Installation is quick like my last one. I don't have to refer to the manual. The way in which the box is aligned makes sense and it's nicely labelled. I was amazed at how small everything is. The viewing section at the bottom of my television was blocked by my older Vizio soundbar. I have an air-gap between the TV and the soundbar. My daughter called the speakers cute because they are so small. The last one was a small one. The sound of the older Vizio soundbar is startling. It is clear to us as we sit 8 feet away. I was picking up on sounds I didn't know existed while playing our XBox. It's like the previous soundbar was muffled, as if a blanket was over it, if I were to describe it plainly. The sound came through so clear after the blanket was removed. The manual doesn't explain why there is an internet connection on the back of the unit or how to use it. I know it has Smartcast by language on the box, but my point is that the manual speaks nothing about it. It's almost like they forgot to include a chapter. I tried to connect to the soundbar using my phone's app out of curiosity, I own a Vizio television with Smartcast. The sync between phone app and soundbar failed because it detected it. I don't need the app or the soundbar, so I will stop using them. I was sad to find out the connection on the soundbar is not 4k/UHD. I assumed this would work with my 4K television because everything seems to be different now. I used my FireTV last night to start a Grand Tour show in a high definition format. I was presented with an error-factoid that said my connection was not rated for high definition. I ran an optical cable to the soundbar after dropping my popcorn, and then I connected the television and the optical cable. The Grand Tour was back in 4K. I can't comment on the movie because it requires a HDMI connection. I still give it 4.5 stars, but it's up to 5 stars. It's small, cute and the sound is better than my previous one. We love it. I would love to be able to connect for 4K via the HDMI. That was a moment I will never forget. On 6th of May, the edit was done. It was purchased on April 24th and died on June 5th. We woke up this morning to find our soundbar dead between being turned off last night and this morning. There was no power. We walked through many steps after I contacted Amazon. Amazon decided to give me a refund because there were no replacements to be had. The soundbar is out of stock. I have to send the pieces back to Amazon with the label they provided. I have reduced my original review to a 1-star, but Amazon still gets 5-stars for their helpfulness. There are a lot of recent reviews of people suffering with this soundbar. Beware. Beware.
A power hungry vehicle. For extra bass and punch, a 10-inch Dynamic Balance woofer and a directed port provide accurate bass with added depth. A perfect solution for a small room. Even at low frequencies, the sound is rich and deep, even at high volume. The speaker plays the most demanding nodes without any distortion. The power to 100 Watts of Dynamic Power can be doubled with the in-built 50- watt amplifier. This sub is highly durable and fit for use. It is easy to integrate with existing systems. Variable 80-160 Hz and 40-160 Hz frequencies. A sleek grille on the front, speaker and line-level inputs, as well as speaker-level outputs on the back, make this sub cohesive and complete!
👤The glowing reviews for the PSW10 came to me after I had gone through three smaller 8” subs. It was better than anything I had before, and it was every bit as good as they say. I was so impressed with the musical performance that I began budgeting for something even better. The PSW10 cost 5x more than the SVS SB12-NSD, but many forums claimed it was light years ahead of it. I found the claims to be exaggerated after breaking in my new SVS. It could reach down to a bone-rattling 15hertz, which I like, but may not be everyone's cup of tea. For every other attribute, the PSW10 was 80% the quality of the SVS. I had to replay a bunch of songs side by side with both subs and assign a 10% more tightness to the SVS. Maybe some people consider that last 10% improvement night and day, but I just call it 10%, as in only really noticeable when compared side to side. I agree with many other reviewers that the PSW10 is perfect. Nothing can be done at its price point.
👤I had a Denon receiver and ordered 2 of these. I figured I might as well try it. I read an article on an A/V forum that said that 2 lesser expensive woofers is better in a home theater than 1 single premium one, because it will fill the room better and matter less where you're sitting for how you hear the bass response. I am blown away. I have one on either side. They sound great with games, music and movies. Replacing my theater in a box sub sounds terrible. I watched the Dark Knight and it was crazy how much more powerful the guns, cars, and punches were with the better bass and music of the films. Weapons firing and explosions in games will shake the walls if you want them to. I'm sure a single one of these would be a huge upgrade over theater in a box subs, but with a pair, they really shine. Highly recommended.
👤I bought two of them because my Pro Sub 1000 died after 8 years. The purchase was based on the reviews. The receiver has two outputs. I decided to get two when I only had one. I was a bit underwhelmed at first. I was expecting a lot more bass, but it wasn't the case. It didn't have the same effect as my DT. I was expecting the cost of the DT to be under 200, but it is close to $500. After messing with the output of my speakers and receiver, I finally got a decent sound that I can live with. I have to keep the volumn on the subs to get the results I want. I only had to have half of it. I don't play music on my system, so I don't have a review of the sound quality. I'm glad I got two. There will be additional review after two days. I will now rate these as a 5 star after I realized that the lack of bass from these speakers was caused by an operator error. I didn't have the output to the sub turned up from minimal. Once I started cranking it up, I got more bass. Excellent. I can turn down the master volume on the speaker. The auto shutoff feature was malfunctioning. It wouldn't wake up on a signal return when it went into sleep mode. I didn't have a high enough output to the sub on my receiver. It works great after another issue was solved. Very happy with the purchase.
The front-firing Cerametallic woofers are Spun copper. The driver is 12-inch. It's compatible with almost any receiver. The grille is strong and flexible. The contemporary finish is easy to integrate with any decor. The dimensions are 16” H x 14” W x 19.25” D. The box has a Sub 120 Subwoofer and power cord. The corner is where you want your subwoofer to be for optimal performance.
👤The sub didn't work out of the box. There was no sound or buzz test. I called customer support and was on hold for 30 minutes before I hung up, tried multiple times with no luck, and got an email response a week later saying they didn't forget me. It's funny. He called Klipsch support with no answer, and finally set up a return to Amazon after calling Amazon very helpful. Without Amazon's help, I would be stuck, I like Klipsch but don't count on their support.
👤This is not my first Klipsch component, but it will not be my last. The Klipsch R12 SW was damaged during a move and I bought this to replace it. I paid more for the R12 SW but the Black Label looks more high end. The two units look the same. Klipsch is the main audio speaker in my house. Well made and sound good.
👤I own a JBL system and love it. The.1 is actually two 10" 550P's with 300/500 Watts. The problem is that they are ver clean with thick cabinets. It's great for music enjoyment, but not for Home Theatre. When the Death Star passed by or the Law rocket was fired, I needed the number. There is a great deal on the Klipsch Black label. 400 watt sub. And it was delivered... I had to turn it down because it was so much. If you want the rumble to be put back into your movies, this is it. It was a steal of a deal at $249.
👤You will be happy getting this sub. It is amazing. It looks good and it produces solid bass. I would recommend this sub for someone who is looking for a clean, responsive bass.
👤We have a TV sound system and a receiver. We had a Polk sub that was moved to the basement to support the sound of the Sound Towers which has been working perfectly for 8 years. The Klipsch works great, it has enough base for the TV sound system and works great with music as well. It is the same product as the Polk which weighs 10 pounds more. This product deserves a 5 star review.
👤Wow! The Boston acoustic XB6 was the one I had. Supposed to be one of the best. The entire sound of our surround system has changed because of the Klipsch. The bass had to be turned down. This thing is free of distortion. I will break it in correctly. It is awesome! You want this one.
👤I thought the description of the 12” Front-Firing Subwoofer indicated the size of the unit. This thing does not fit in my space. I would not have bought this if I had seen it in person. I'm screwed because I can't exchange with this seller. Great stuff, but beware of Walts TV. Don't get screwed like I did. It was an expensive mistake.
Integrated 2. Replacing your TV's built-in speakers with deeper bass and crystal clear whispers is what the 1 Channel Soundbar is about. Digital optical, digital coaxial, and AUX connections are used for wired or wireless connections. You can stream via the internet. A new AUX out port is needed to connect your current active subwoofer to ultra-deep bass. Touch or remote control has two operation modes for convenience that feature high grade metal controls and a remote to adjust the settings. You can use the remote control to adjust the sound output of your entertainment. There are multiple options for a sleek, elegant home theater setup. The components include a power adapter, remote, rca cable, optical cable, user manual, and mount kits. The speaker type is dual.
👤I was contacted and offered 15 dollars of credit to remove the review. It's an insult to have the manufacturer reach out to offer a joke to save their image instead of replacing a faulty product to save their customer service failure. It only lasts a year before it kicks the bucket. It is over a year since the bar was last replaced, and it makes it look like it will work, only to eventually return to the loud noises. You don't need to purchase a warranty for stereos. I still have functioning equipment from the 70s and 80s, it's sad that the life expectancy of such basic things are so short these days.
👤Most of us buy the sound bar because the speakers on the TVs are not good enough to listen to and we don't like the direction they are pointing. I paid $500 for a 32 inch tv with wonderful picture quality and terrible sound quality, but I received terrible sound quality for my money. I had to buy a sound bar to make the tv sound better. I only had a small space for the sound bar and tv stand. My choices were limited by this size requirement. I stumbled upon the Bestisan sound bar after a lot of research. I got a sound bar for $76. The sound bar exceeded my expectations. I was worried that I would have to purchase a sub-woofer, but I am happy to say that this little dynamo has all the Bass I need. I don't think tv's should be sold with inferior sound, as a tv is a viewing and listening experience, not just a visual experience. It is the world we live in. I don't think you should have to pay for a speaker system to enjoy your television. I'm not sure if this still would get the job done, unless you have an enormous room to fill, and this sound bar is more than that. I ducked for cover when I watched a war movie. If you need the sound bar to fit in a tight area, you will be very happy with this item. There is only one downside. You have to use 2 remotes because the tv remote doesn't recognize the sound bar.
👤This product gets 5 stars from me. I wanted the comment to be in the 1 star section. I looked at a lot of sound bars before ordering this. I usually make a decision on whether to buy a product based on the reviews. The sound quality for movies on my TV is not good at all. I set it up after opening it. The set up took less than an hour. Plug in a power source and use an optical cord. The quality is amazing for the size. You can control the volume, the bass, and the audio mode with the remote. I give this sound bar 5 stars.
👤The sound on my D-series Vizio TV is good but the speakers are on the back of the tv so it is hard to hear unless you crank it up. The voices are not very loud and if I am watching a lot of talking it is hard to hear background music. The speaker has fixed that. My tv does not have the option to choose between surround sound or volume leveling, I can easily choose between the two on the remote, but I don't know if I want to listen to music or dialogue. Sometimes I can get the right setting to hear the voices clearly, but if I'm watching something else, I just turn it up very loud and repeat until I catch something. The sound is perfect when I'm watching and I just pick the one that fits. There are more ways to modify the sound. The bass on this speaker is the biggest difference to my tv audio. I was not expecting much since I was hoping the speaker would be facing forward and that it would fix the dialogue. I listen to music and movies and am happy with the speaker's depth. It has a light on the front that can be blue or purple depending on what you are using it for. There are buttons on one end.
Extra bass and punch can be achieved with a powered subwoofer. The 6.5" powered sub has a variable 60 and 250hz frequencies. The enclosure has the perfect air space to maximize sound quality and punch. Standard RCA inputs can connect to your home theater receiver's output, and its outputs can pair with AUX or bookshelf speakers with line in, for the ultimate in refined behavior. You can stream music directly from your phone, tablet or other compatible device with the built-in wireless bluetooth technology. They recommend that you pair the subs with your speakers and sound bars as it enlarges the bass only. You can connect the Subwoofer to the Soundbar and TV by using the optical cable in the box and hooking a supplied cable between the audio out port and AUX in port on the soundbar. Bestisan offers lifetime technical support. Please email them any questions or suggestions. They give you a solution that is satisfactory.
👤I bought a pair of Edifier R1280T bookshelf speakers for myself and wrote a review about them. I loved them and still do. I've gotten another pair. When I wrote that review, I thought the product was good and deserved praise, not a review written with ulterior motives. I'm not a professional reviewer. I didn't know that the review had tens of thousands of views and hundreds of clicks. Cool. Glad to have been helped. A few days ago, I got a message from Emma, a rep for an audio manufacturer called Bestisan, who had seen my review and wanted me to take a look at theirs, one designed to pair well with powered speakers like the Edifiers. The "verified purchase" review would be the one I agreed to purchase with my own money. Why would I do that? If I didn't like it, I'd return it to Amazon, and I'd write what I thought was right. I am not accepting any compensation for this review. I got around to setting it up a couple of days after the subwoofer arrived. It was packed. There were styrofoam supports and a plastic sub in the box. Not fancy, but sensible packaging. A bag held the manual, 3.5mm to RCA cable, and an optical cable. Hmm. It is optical. It's cool. I put the instructions aside as Emma mentioned that some people had trouble setting it up correctly. The unit felt modern and solid. It seems like it's heavier gauge than the vinyl-covered chipboard used to be. The texture of the sub is not cheap. With a sub, it looks like it's not going to matter as it's going to be out of sight. Setting it up will be the next step. The last time I used a sub, it was attached to the amplifier and received the signal. Not so, the Bestisan. The first thing in line is designed to be this. The signal goes to the amplifier. Line-level output goes to your speakers. It made perfect sense after I found it confusing at first. Being the first to receive the signal, they had the right to add a couple of extra options. Is it possible to use a wireless device? Yes! Is it optical? Why not? If you want to connect your phone to the internet, you should use the wireless technology known as Bluetooth. This was not something my speakers offered. I opted out of it. The digital optical input is cool. You can use your TV's optical out to get the best signal, even though you still use your analog gear. I connected the Amazon Echo Dot to the input and the Edifier speakers to the output. Something wasn't right. I was only getting intermittent sound from the sub. This must have been what other people had run into. I checked the connections and tried again. I noticed that the color of the light was different when I pushed one of the knobs. A couple of taps and it was flashing blue, which told me that it was in a mode of communication that uses the internet. The Bestisan was in the list of available devices, I checked my phone and it was there. Cool. It sounded great a moment later. The sound was rich. The signal from the Echo Dot was streaming in full, glorious quality when I tapped the input selector a few more times. I played with the levels. I found that if you adjust the input volume to 50% and set the subwoofer's volume to 50%, you can find a good setting. Play with it if you add a bit of bass. When it sounds right, you'll find that the sub's output is close to the speakers' volume, no adjustments are needed. Do I think this is a good idea? There is a I do. Whole-heartedly. The sound of the Edifiers is enriched by the Bestisan Sub. Digital music sounds better. The speakers sound bigger and the sound fills the house, but never sounds harsh or booming. I didn't think I needed a sub, but now you'd have a hard time taking it away from me. Thank you for your patience, but more than that, thank you for introducing me to the Bestisan SW65D powered sub! I'll be ordering another to go with my other Edifiers. Tell your bosses to give you a raise.
The front-firing Cerametallic woofers are Spun copper. A front-firing driver. The grille is strong and flexible. Digital amplifier for high-efficiency and sound accuracy. It needs to be connected to a processor or pre-amp. The contemporary finish is easy to integrate with any decor. The dimensions are 14” H x 12.5” W x 15.7” D.
👤The Elac Uni-fi 2.0 speakers were upgraded to the Def Tech ProCinema 1000 front and center speakers. The speakers sound great. We hunted around for an upgrade because my old SW was woefully inadequate. The family room is large at about 16' x 28' and has a wide corridor to the entry and a kitchen and bar area on one side. I assumed we would need a bigger SW. We bought Klipsch's 12sw. It wasn't subtle, didn't blend with the Elacs at all, and was too boomy at lower volumes. It was not pleasant to listen to. I was able to return the Klipsch thanks to a particular wholesale membership warehouse. Thankfully. While this speaker is a Klipsch, it is their newer design and we took a shot and bought one, even though I could not determine if they made changes in the crossover or the woofer. This SW fits in perfectly. It blends well with the Elacs, fills the room well, adds rather than takes over lower level audio content, and really comes alive at mid volumes. We can keep the volume very moderate and still get solid enhancement of base frequencies, like space ship engines and gun fire. We're very pleased with this SW. If this didn't work out, I would have spent $600 on the Elac SW. This SW worked well for our needs because we have a larger room. It's not small, but it's a lot smaller than the 12" version.
👤I live in a two level house. I went into the street to check the mail today and could hear the fight scene from the movie from 30 yards away. Having a set of speakers with a sub that destroys the neighborhood is a penny-pinching delight sent from above. This makes a serious home theater that everyone loves. I do anyway, but not as much as the neighbors.
👤I had an old subwoofer that worked well for over a decade before it kicked the bucket. I debated between this one and the Polk Audio 10" sub. I didn't know how much bass was missing from my movies and music. This thing is really hot! It has the power to make sound so that you can hear it outside. The home theater has bones in it. I was really impressed with how much sound you get from a small unit. I was very happy with the purchase.
👤I bought a reference for the same price. When I compared the two, the infinity was better. I needed something that could keep up, so I purchased from Klipsch reference towers. The Klipsch sub is good for its size, and it is not broken in yet.
👤A good value when on sale. Avoid retail prices. The sub is half off and it is a huge value. It is not the deepest of lows, but it is enough to enjoy movies and music. The quantity and quality of the bass are surprising. This unit is small enough to be placed anywhere because the surrounding cabinet is so small. Would I recommend this sub to others? No. Better subs are available from other brands. Is it a good idea to recommend it on sale? Absolutely! The value is half off.
The sound bar is packed with 7 powerful drivers and tweeters that produce a clear sound, more superior than any traditional sound bar. The sound bar will instantly recognize the unplugged speakers and whisperer when you power them on. The wall mountable speakers have a full range driver and the sub supports an 8” downward firing driver. Experience true 5.1 PoLK's patented sound technology creates an expansive surround stage and detailed stereo image delivering a room-filling listening experience, the same as what you would get in a concert or theater. Polk's exclusive Voice Adjust Technology lets you control voice levels in ways that maximize sound clarity and minimize voice delays. It has independent modifications for movies, music, and sports so that you can hear every word. There are three HDMI inputs, one HDMI-ARC output, an optical port for the set-top box, and an aux analog input. You can stream music from your phone, tablet, or other compatible device to a multi room system. You can now use services like Pandora and others to listen to your favorite music. Enjoy high quality sound instantly by connecting to a host of smart devices.
👤The definition of TERRIBLE is Polk support. There was no resolution. I have been promised a replacement for nearly two months. The potential for this product is there, but the performance so far is poor. The surround speakers make a most annoying sound. Tech support has not supported the problem. I wouldn't speak to these speakers until the problem is solved. I wish I'd found this information before I purchased it, as I have found on-line others complaining of the same issue. Don't buy this and don't buy Polly - Customer Service gets worse. It's sad to say.
👤It was bought on March 14th and is dead on July 9th. I tried optical, HDMI, and Bluetooth, but it kept restarting and wouldn't play sound from any source. I thought it was a nice sounding system, but who keeps boxes that big for more than a few weeks? Polk customer service will be reviewed. Polk Customer service is fantastic, absolutely no hassle, nothing to provide, and I had a replacement in less than 10 minutes. It was easy to hook up the new one. Hope this one lasts, it sounds like it was as good as the first one.
👤I wanted an excellent soundbar and it was exactly what I got. I was looking for a replacement for a traditional receiver and 5.1 speaker surround sound system, but I was worried that a soundbar wouldn't live up to my expectations. I'm not an audio engineer. I can't tell the difference between the Polk Left/Center/ Right speakers I had previously and this one. The surround sound is what I wanted, they need a power outlet each. And that's it. The way my room is configured I can't have the rear speakers wired to a single amplifier because there are other sound bars with separate rear channels. Other people have stated that the sub is very impressive. I was nervous about how it would sound, but I'm very happy. There was an update on 5-13. It was reduced to three stars. Sometimes we watch TV in the other room with a cheap soundbar that doesn't have these issues, because the crackling fire in the front speakers is so bad. When changing channels or going into the Comast menu, the soundbar will sometimes disengage from the audio source, and then it takes a few seconds to get back to playing sound. I will contact Polk to see what they have to say.
👤I bought a sound bar on Thanksgiving. It was a unit that I was interested in buying. It was too good to pass up. Within 40 minutes, I had the bar running. The only reason for it taking so long is through my Fire cube. A bar at this price range will get an additional 3 HDMI ports. There is a medium sized master bedroom. The power of the sub is quite noticeable. I'm in a house. I would let her rip. The ease of use is what makes me happy as a blind person. The setup and system update was done through the app. A total of 5 minutes. The only problem I had was learning the remote layout. I would like to see remote layout documentation in user guides. Customers who are blind would benefit from it. Polk customer service explained the buttons. All within a few minutes. I spoke to a gentleman who was very nice. There is a The sound bar is large enough to cover the full width of my television. Be prepared! The box is large. It was a challenge to open it. Very well packed. The bass, lows, and mid range are all great. Voice quality is clear. A good buy for a small to medium sized room. I'm considering the surround speakers, but I might make my neighbor angry. We'll see! There is a If you are considering this unit... I recommend it to you. I can discern tones with my sight. A very clean sound.
The ultimate home theater upgrade has a 3.1ch engine. There are seven sound modes for enhanced movies, music, gaming, news and sport. Voice enhancement for clarity. The BLUETOOTH streaming has built-in wi-fi and is easy to use. High-resolution audio is possible. You can use your Amazon connected device to stream music, online radio, and podcasts. Just ask.
👤The version is called the TL;DR version. It's worth every penny. Buy the rear speakers as well. This is my favorite thing. You don't know what you're missing. People who love audio but aren't building dedicated theaters, people with reasonably-sized rooms and apartments, and people who love "that movie sound" are the best for. It's great for the everyday person who appreciates sound but doesn't want a complicated setup. Not best for large spaces, those who want huge amounts of volume, and those expecting tower-level performance out of a soundbar. I am Sony's perfect test mule, a home theater enthusiast, audio snob, and proud member of the "Soundbars are nonsense and your speakers should be wired" camp. I was going to jump on it when it popped up with all the buzzwords, but it runs 3.1. I'm a bit crazy as I seek out things to prove me wrong and learn. This could be my masterpiece, and boy was it. You will be hard-pressed to find much bang for your buck. You're still staring down a sound system that costs over $1300 with the rear channels, but "Little" is relative. Unless you're willing to go down the dark rabbit hole of dedicated theaters with the right speakers in the right places, you won't find a better experience. SETUP setup requires a few visits to the manual. I have a 4K TV that requires a few changes in settings, but the manual walks you through them. It's pretty plug-and-play. The "easy setup" wizards don't need to think about it when speakers pair themselves. It's stupid-simple. Love it. I wanted to make sure it could actually cast audio. I fired up the service on my phone and it was there. I chose a live recording to see what it could do and stopped doing anything for an hour. It's the most generic description I've ever heard. You're there. This is an experience that is not static. You feel like you are at the show when you listen to live recordings. It's beautiful, magical, and addictive. Which leads us to the next question, what does that mean for movies? I thought I should test that and see if it's good. Remember the line about the dog? There are fireworks in this demo. I can't think of a better example than the dog looking at the ceiling. If a dog is confused, they are doing something right. The speakers are so good that the level of immersion is amazing. They're so good at it that it makes me angry that they're doing an injustice to these things. Sound from TV to movies is easy to setup. Watching a few other TV shows and movies made the dog over at the speakers enjoy a saxophone and made everything come to life. It can be hard to balance if you're not into that kind of thing. This doesn't require any tuning on my part and it balances voices and sounds easily. God of War is in a video game mode. This should be the most amazing thing that Sony has to offer -- a Sony TV running a Sony game on a Sony PS4 through a Sony soundbar. I have played video games in a theater before, but this is the first time I have been able to hear sounds. I don't think it's the speakers' fault that some sounds fall flat. I think they aren't rendered with authentic sound and the speakers only replicate what they hear. The smaller sounds sound amazing. Sound effects are not as loud. I think it's harder to say 3.1 equates to 7.1.2. I think it's not the speakers fault. These seem to bend the laws of physics to create a sound that's more realistic and you need to pick up the rear channels. There is a noticeable difference between the rears and the fronts. The sound system doesn't shine without those rear channels. Don't get me wrong, it's still very good, but just throw in the extra money. I have a few gripes about this thing, but they wouldn't deter me from buying it. If you have a smart TV, you still need to keep two remotes. If you use the smart apps on your TV, you can't use the soundbar in a traditional format. It's not a big deal. Since I was old enough to use them, I probably have at least two remotes. I think Sony will change this in the future. It could use more power. It's perfect for my space and your mileage will vary with it. The room it's in has 16' ceilings and 20' x 30' walls. It provides a lot of punch and I think it's a good spot. If you want to fill something bigger, this may not be the system for you. Be honest with yourself, that's a pretty big room. A lot of people get caught up in the wattage game without asking themselves how often they have this thing cranking up to 11. When using a smart TV, it can be difficult to switch from one service to another. Sony could fix the software issues in time. It's a bit of an edge case and doesn't take away from the overall experience. I expected this system to be half marketing hype and it blew me away. It made me believe that sound engines can change the dynamic. It knocks it out of the park because it targets a specific buyer who really appreciates sound but doesn't want to spend a lot of money or time on it. I am grateful. I received it through the Amazon program. Let me know if you find it helpful.
The spun copper img woofer has a 12" front-firing. The transmitter has a 2.4 GHz band. The amplifier is all digital. Low pass and phase control. The grille is strong and flexible. The included components are a Subwoofer, a Wireless transmitter, and a power cable.
👤I didn't know that my wife wouldn't be very appreciative of what this thing can do. It's not a knock on Klipsch, but a compliment to how much bass these things can push out. Thankfully, we don't have to worry about objects being thrown at us while watching our favorite movies, because it can be turned down a bit. Since it is wireless, I can put it anywhere in the room, so I don't have to worry about running wires or hiding things. Even hidden, it makes no difference on the quality of sound and you are reminded of it during every scene. This has given me the bass that I need and is my favorite addition to my sound system. More than I need. If you already have a Klipsch reference series speakers, these things are an absolute beauty.
👤I decided it would be worthwhile to have 2 Klipsch R-12SWi subs in the home theater room, and I was correct. It's more than adequate for my home theater because of the noticeable improvement in bass and the fact that this sub doesn't go as deep as other subs. The wireless feature is very easy to set up. It's not required to have a cable for the power wall outlet because it's wireless. The unit is nice looking without the grill cover. It's a great value if you can purchase for less than $300.
👤I had never purchased a Klipsch product before. I am very impressed. The connection was instantaneous and painless. Klipsch has sold me on the idea of wireless speakers. Being able to place the unit anywhere without wires is a dream. I built a theater in my home using speaker wires and if we didn't do a complete make over of the room, it would have been a nightmare. Today's technology makes wireless a no-brainer. The sound quality is excellent and I have it programmed in with an Audyssey set up and without a single tweek to the "Sub" it blended in directly. The difference between my previous "Sub" and my previous Amp settings was amazing. I feel like I'm spending money. Some of my vinyl and CD's have a different sound quality and make listening to my collection and watching movies a bit more enjoyable, because you never know when you will hear something you didn't hear in the past.
👤I like my bass. I took the plunge on this Klipsch 12” because I thought my 10 year old sub was dead and was already looking to upgrade. Hooked this up without a problem. I know there are wireless kits. It is included with this, so you don't have to buy a separate wireless kit. After hooking this up and playing with my home theater set up, my old sub was still working. I am going to have a pair of subs set up. This makes it leave the water. Would expect more since it's 12” but not as much as it does. The speakers are from Polk.
You will be able to hear your TV come to life with dual 1.25" x 4.4" mid-range drivers, detailed crisp 1" tweeters, and the highest quality audio withEATERQUALITY AUDIO. Give your favorite movies, music and shows the deep, rich bass they deserve. There are no wires or cables that look ugly. Place the included wireless subwoofer in the room and let the whole place rumble. Denon's intelligent way of enhancing dialogues makes them sound crystal clear without having to adjust the volume. The most complex audio tracks will now be clear and loud. A low profile design that fits most spaces. The sound bar is under the TV so it won't block the IR remote sensor. Place it on a shelf or wall-mount it. The Audio Return Channel is included with the single cable connection that connects your TV to the gaming console or audio source. It's easy and convenient. You can stream music from your favorite streaming apps with the built-in technology. Denon has a 100 year legacy of sound and joy. This soundbar and sub is an exceptional home entertainment system that will give you multi-dimensional audio and hi-fi surround sound.
👤If you've followed any of my other soundbar reviews, you'll already know that I've been on a quest for the best stand alone (no separate sub) soundbar in the market. The Sony HTX8500, Yamaha1080 and one by Polk Audio are the other soundbars that I've tried, so I'll be comparing this one to the other three. If the electronics and design are good enough, you will find that a good soundbar will draw you even further into a film without drawing your attention to the soundbar itself. The S216 does a good job of creating a decent size soundstage if you are close to the soundbar. The Denon comes up about as good as the Sony and Yamaha. The soundstage for Midway is better than the Yamaha, but it's not as good as the Sony. The Denon has more adjustability to the bass level than the Sony, so it provides a better experience. The Denon really comes into its own when Independence Day has a DTS soundtrack. I was drawn into the whole experience by the soundstage. It's the same as both the Sony and Polk Audio soundbars, they can all be overwhelmed with too much bass added in. This was where the Yamaha excelled. The Denon has a place where it beats the others hands-down. Denon has done their homework in this area, and the way in the lead amongst the other soundbars I've bought is the Medium setting on the S216. The bass from the S16 could be better. It does better than the 8500 due to more adjustability and beats Polk Audio hands-down, but it's really short of Yamaha's1080. I think it's because the 1080 uses larger, down firing built in subs, and likely with a bit more power. I can't really call it bad, but the performance was disappointing. This is the only area where Sony's 8500 was the clear winner, and with so many 4K discs being encoded in Dolby Atmos, it may be its biggest downfall. The superior Dialog Enhancement found on the Denon goes a long way to make up for this. The ugly: I don't plan on using this soundbar for music playing, but am rating it for others in that respect so they can get an idea of what they are looking for. Despite being made by one of the best audio manufacturers, the S216 comes up short in music reproduction. The soundstage shrunk significantly when it was put through its paces for movies and the high end is far too restrained. If you're looking for a multi-purpose soundbar, the Yamaha is the better choice, although the1080 does not pass through Dolby Vision, so it is not a good choice. Positives include outstanding dialog enhancement, good soundstage, and great adjustability for bass levels. I'm using it over the Sony 8500 because of the Denon's superior Dialog Enhancement and more adjustability for bass level. I'm considering trying the newer Sony 3.1 Dolby Atmos capable soundbar to see if it will offer the superior experience of the 8500, but have Dialog Enhancement as good as that found on the S216. The Denon will be my sound system for now. Thank you for reading and viewing!
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