The speakers have rear panel controls. Bass and treble adjustments are made. Additional features include a daisy chain ability and a unique power on the audio signal input. The Enclave CineHome II is an affordable surround sound system that is an instant plug and play system. Plug and play 6 speakers system is a home theater system that uses your TV's Arc or Optical connection to deliver a powerful cinematic sound for all your favorite movies, TV shows, sports and games. You can add wall power and a single HDMI cable to get up and running. The 5.1 surround sound system is easy to connect to and compatible with all modern TV's. The CineHub sound system for tv has Optical connections for quick and easy setup to start listening immediately after adding wall power to the speakers! CineHome II is powered by 11 Class-D 24-bit amplifiers that deliver an unbelievable, movie-theater quality sound right in your living room. Don't let that vinyl go unheard! The turntable can be connected with ease with a 3.5mm analog. Do you want to stream all your music? You can use any mobile device or tablet with the simple use of theBluetooth 5.0 connection.
👤When it worked it was great, the product was nicely packed. There are only positive things I can say about this product. Even though I am tech savvy, I had multiple setup issues. I haven't had any problems setting up my stuff. Plug and play is what this system should do. It wasn't in my case. I had issues with only receiving pcm audio, and audio cutting out every five minutes. You need to use their app to use the system. The app crashes frequently. I received a remote before the unit shipped to me, which was nice. Their tech support is condescending. They couldn't figure out what my issue was and referred me to the manufacturer of my television. I contacted tech support again after I called the manufacturer. I received an email that was very rude and blamed me and the setup for the issues. They had the owner call me to fix something. He used bad language and was rude. Even though my settings were correct, my issue was solved. After everything was setup correctly, I decided to give the system a chance. It worked well for a couple of weeks and then started cutting out during movies on hbo. The audio would stop for 20 seconds and come back into the right speaker. I tried to figure out the problem with Chromecast. The issue began occurring with everything I watched. I received a rude reply to my email. I sent the system back. I was able to return the product and that's why the issues occurred. Do yourself a favor and not have to use this system.
👤I have two 5.1 surround home theatre systems. They were decent. The last one was destroyed when the internal dvd crashed and corrupted the receiver unit. I was researching wireless systems because I was tired of stringing speaker wire. I have not been disappointed by the Cinehome II. It comes complete in a box. Wireless allows for great flexibility in placement within a few feet of a wall sockets. Plug the power source into the tv and within seconds it will pair to all the speakers. The app on my phone allows me to change settings. The app has a layout that shows active speakers and a touch to test levels. I own a fire tv, chromecast, and a high quality dvd player. The high and mid-range speakers have crystal clarity, and the bottom of the system is superb, which is better than either of my previous systems. I received a reply within an hour on my email question. I recommend the Enclave for easy installation and high quality.
👤I put together this thing in about 20 minutes. No fuss. I wanted no wires going from the screen to the recliner. Good sound, surround that doesn't feel intrusive, got that. Sometimes I do with concerts, and I can raise the roof. You listen to Beethoven. No 5. You will float away, tenderly caressed by sound clouds. A ferry scene from Spider-man: Homecoming. The web-slinger is a great test for surround effects. The Spider-man and the Vulture fight is a great work-out for a home cinema set-up. First it is some standard busy action - gun shots from left, right, up and down; smart dialogue; and then the quick move to a full-on swinging and flying fest from the two lead characters. The final act is the most important for your sub. When the ferry splits in two, there is some groaning and breaking up of the hull, which needs to be communicated by your system with terrifying weight to give that genuine sense of scale. This is a good time to show the system's ability for dynamics and detail. The person who wrote bad reviews to this gear was either having a bad day or a shill for a competing product. Of course. I have had the system for a year. I don't know why anyone would have issues with it. It fills my man-cave with sound. I had a problem today. The power went off for a while. The CineHome II 5.1 produced no sound when it came back. I contacted Tech Support and they sent me some directions. When we lost power, the TV settings which enable the audio to be sent to the hub were lost as well. In 10 minutes, I reset the speakers, the hub, the TV, and the wireless. I gave the system a 5 stars a year ago, so I would like to add more.
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.
Superior Resolution might be an understatement. You can get 4x resolution of full HD or1080p with 4K and bright 3100 ANSI lumens light source. Nova is built with patented technology. Light can be used more efficiently for sharper detail across a wider color range and deeper vibrance for better video resolution. The short throw projector reduces eyestrain. You can choose from four projector sizes with the WeMax Nova laser projector. The center piece of your home theater will be a 150” screen. The right size for your setting is 80 inches, 100 inches, 120 inches, and 150 inches. Micro adjustments are made for the perfect home cinema experience with the 8-Point keystone correction dial. The Nova laser projector has a powerful 30W speakers by the audio company Dolby Audio. The home theatre experience can be enhanced by this stereo. If you already have a home cinema sound system, the Nova laser projector can be connected to it. The Nova is a smart projector that comes with thousands of apps at your fingertips. You can watch your favorite shows from a variety of providers. You can use the voice command button to tell Nova what you want to see. Also, note: Fire TV stick or similar device is required for streaming. There is a multi-tiered video company. It is possible to cast to Nova with a wireless connection from a variety of streaming devices. You should pair the Fire TV stick with the Netflix workaround. There are multiple video slots, a built-in casting for video, and ausb. You can connect a stereo system to a soundbar. There is a multi-tiered video company. It is possible to cast to Nova with a wireless connection from a variety of streaming devices. You should pair the Fire TV stick with the Netflix workaround. There are multiple video slots, a built-in casting for video, and ausb. You can connect a stereo system to a soundbar.
👤Even if you put it on a ceiling, it won't have the lens shift feature. If you have a TV stand that is more than 14 inches tall, you can only use Keystone correction to make your image look better, since it doesn't have a lens shift, and the picture gets wavy on the top left corner. If you are the type of person that likes to change the picture quality, then you should be able to. The projector has a pathetic excuse for the settings page, and the remote control doesn't come with batteries, so you're out of luck.
👤The quality was disappointing. Quality issues in manufacturing lead to a warp in the picture from a warp in the lens over the laser. keystone adjustment will not fix it. Out the gate, Defective and disappointing.
👤I did a lot of research before buying this projector to replace my old TV. I was not sure how much of a difference 400 lumens would make between this one and the other I was comparing to. The Nova was the one I decided on. The pros and cons are listed here. The -4K UHD resolution is everything they claim, it's bright and clear, no washout, and it's good for gaming. There are a lot of streaming options via the internet. I have a sound system so it's not a big issue for me, but the remote is annoying, and it doesn't come with batteries. It blew away my expectations after I bought it. If you want to get the most out of your projector screen, you should purchase a good one. I think I got the best one for the price, compared to the other projectors.
👤The picture quality was very good. I compared this to the vava short throw. Most people will be happy with either one. When they were set up side by side, there was only one difference. The picture is of high quality. Both are excellent. The image quality of the wemax was not bad. The colors on the vava were more vivid. If you want to take the time to change the colors, you can. I did not. I couldn't focus on the upper left corner of the screen. The title was blurry and annoyed me. The contrast was good. We were going to compare the wall. Sound. The vava was better in this area. The wemax was good. External audio will be available for our use. Sound didn't matter. The wemax speak is enough for most living rooms. The vava is much larger and heavier. The ceiling mount needs a unit. The vava is heavier than just a little. It works remote. A couple buttons and a directional pad. I like that it's not necessary to find an ir receiver. The vava has something called the interface wemax that has a version of the mobile operating system. We were not able to get to the onscreen menu after the update. It was very annoying. It's hard to adjust the screen colors if the picture is turned off. They are aside. The job of the tv was to house your apps and allow you to cast to it. vava has a 2 year repair / replace warranty, while warranty only has a 1 year limit. Customer service. There is a I don't know who to fault for this. We tried to exchange the unit because of the unfocused upper left corner. We had to return in because Amazon didn't offer exchanges. It took weeks of calls to get our money back. We were never told to contact the seller, so I can't put this on them. Since it only has a one year warranty, we are hesitant about buying another.
The small size, big sound is packed with a collection of powerful drivers and tweeters that produce clear sound. If you have space limitations for your home theater system, these sound bars are a must-have. There is an experience with PoLK's proprietary audio technology and 5.1 digital coding. Multi-dimensional surround sound can be heard in your living room, bedroom, or media room with the INCLUDED WIRELESS SUBWOOFER. 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 hear every word, making your movie, sports, and music experience absolutely exquisite. You can stream music from your phone, tablet, or other compatible device to a multi-room system. You can stream your favorite music tracks to your sound bar. You can set up the sound system in minutes using the included cables and the Home app.
👤Everything is still great and even better. After adding a PS4 to the mix, I decided to re-configure the cables to use optical input. After nearly 8 months, I have an on-screen volume indicator again, instead of relying on the sound bar LEDs, and the sound quality is even better. This sound bar can be used if your TV supports HDMI. I have since programmed everything through a Harmony Ultimate remote, instead of the tiny, stroke inducing one I used to use. All the thumbs up! I bought this product with my own hard-earned salary and have no reward or free product from a 3rd party. It's kind of a novel. It has been 6 months since I purchased the MagniFi mini and I have gotten quite a bit of welcome, unexpected bang for my buck. I was skeptical that a tiny bar and sub could give me a believable theater sound experience. Even though the bar is in front of me, underneath my TV, the sound feels like it's coming from all around the room. The brick main bar speaker is very heavy. The sub is light and well-made, and it fits just about anywhere. The learning curve when it comes to figuring out your optimal audio settings is quite steep. You'll be tweaking your TV's audio out settings for a while. When I was used to seeing a visual indicator on the TV, getting used to knowing what the colored lights on the speaker front were telling me was different. It took about a month to find the optimal setting for the speakers and the TV, and I have connected them all. I don't think I've been able to use this speaker to its full potential, but I can say that when I turn it on, it cranks it up to an ignorant level. 99% of the time, I stream from TV apps. Now etc. The sound is balanced and doesn't require any changes from the remote. I didn't know what to think about quiet movies like Moonlight, but I watched it the night I got the speaker. I replaced the factory wire with a high quality optical cable and noticed an improvement in the sound quality. The streaming quality is equally amazing. I've tried streaming from my Mac and a few other devices. Each one worked well and was easy to pair. I haven't tested the sound quality from TV to the speaker because my U-verse cable box takes up the only ARC port on the TV. I'm pretty sure it's excellent. I'll update if there's anything significant that comes out of it. Channel changes or changing content while streaming is one of my gripes with inputs. The sound delay can take several seconds to resume if you don't hit a volume button. It's annoying and I'm wondering if using an audio visual system will fix it... I'll test it eventually. Audio when watching cable TV has always been and continues to be a butt pain. I'm not blaming the speaker system because I think the U-verse cable box is the problem, it just needs to be upgraded. Some channels only support certain audio formats. Some channels will not have sound until I change the TV audio out setting to plain Dolby+. I have to crank it to 11 to hear anything, then get a change of pants once a commercial comes on because the rest of the city will know what I'm watching. I know which channels to avoid at this point. It's a bit Meh. No problem. The remote is the last gripe. The person who thought of this design should have called in sick. #1 It is not very responsive. Nothing is going to happen if you point it at the speaker. There are major responsive issues with the scalloped/flat buttons. It takes 3-4 presses to cut the sound and the button is not the right place. Volume Up and Down are not straight. In a perfect world, Volume Up should be raised so you can feel the difference in your hand without looking. If you aren't pressing in the right spot, you will do the opposite of what you want. It was very annoying. The speaker has light emitting diodes. The number of clicks to change the volume level is a mystery. I still have to look at the lights to know my press is registered. The sound level can be displayed with 1 click and then 3-6 clicks to affect the volume level. I have eliminated these issues by programming the speaker on my remote. It's perfect anywhere. I wish I had waited, but I needed an audio upgrade immediately after my purchase, and the price has gone down to $199. The product was worth the price tag. Don't hesitate to get your hands on this system. If you're looking for high product quality, ease of use, and awesome audio quality, then you don't need to pre- search. This new lower price is an un-pass-up-able steal, so you will not be disappointed. I wonder how many points that word has.
18 speakers perform in a home theater. The speakers rotation will improve your audio experience. The movies are: Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. There is a sound around and above. The speakers reflect sound off the ceiling. The sound pressure level and range deliver a life-like sound. The sound pressure level and range deliver a life-like sound.
👤After I called to inform them that their satellite speakers had crackling/popping issues when changing content, they told me that it was a "me problem" and that I should go bother some other tech support. They kept asking if it was a problem with their own product, instead of acknowledging the possibility that it was. There is nothing wrong with the satellite speakers and my new TV, even though I found this issue replicated online from other third party sources. I hit the same brick wall after replicating this one chat. I highly recommend you don't waste your money since Vizio is giving subpar support, even though this soundbar is retailing at one thousand dollars. Their "troubleshooting steps" were to be turned off. It's all over. Not even joking! The support documentation hasn't been updated in a year, and they kept telling me to use the included remote instead of the menu option.
👤VIZIO support says you just have to wait a short time for the internet to turn off. The media console area has a lot of other connections, and the network it broadcasts is interfering with them. I spent weeks trying to figure out why my devices were having trouble connecting to the internet before I realized what was happening. There is no way to turn it off. If your neighbors don't like your volume, they just need to download the smartcast vizio app, connect to your soundbar's completely secure wi-fi network, and turn down the volume for you. If they don't like how much you have, turn off the bass. If you connect your soundbar to your home internet, it will give you internet access to any devices that connect to the internet. I will attempt to return this product. It's too late now.
👤I was able to turn off the audible voice that was calling out which input selection you were making each time you changed it. Pressing and holding down the mute button on the remote disabling the audible voice and turning off the small power light on the soundbar is a good way to do this. So far, so good. I downsized my home entertainment setup to reduce the amount of stuff in the media center. We used to have a pieced together 3.1 AV setup, 1 Bose center channel, and a Yahama 10” sub powered by a newer Denon AVR. The central soundbar and wireless sub are designed to be very easy to use. We don't have enough room to run the rear satellite speakers that come with it, so we are just using the soundbar and sub. Everyone complains about the setup process. The setup I had was fine using the SmartCast app. The app doesn't explain what some of the sound settings do, that's the only complaint I have. The sound is very strong. The dialogue is better than Bose provided. If I were running the rear satellites, the mid level treble would probably get better. One thing to note is that the soundbar makes you more aware of how different movies and shows sound. Some shows have their levels subtly different and this soundbar will highlight that. Anything Atmos is amazing. The coverage of the outer sections of the soundbar is amazing. Everything could be mixed up. I have to adjust the sub to a safer level for most TV watching because it is so powerful. The machine has a ghost in it. The Apple TV is always the first input to watch when you turn the TV on, regardless of which input we use. The soundbar has a voice that will announce what input you are going to switch to. It is a nice feature. There is no way to turn the voice down. I am very happy with this purchase. The most important thing for me when watching a movie or show is the dialogue, and this thing delivers in every way for that metric. It feels a little flat, but the surround sound is great and the sub is really powerful. I am happy with this purchase. It worked well with my TV.
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!
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 engine is called the Dolby Atmos: X and Vertical Surround Engine. Audio closes to 7.1.2 each sound. The wireless sub delivers a powerful bass sound. Sound modes can be used to listen to movies and music. You can enjoy all your media with multiple easy connections. Enjoy high quality movies in 4K. You can connect to your TV via the internet.
👤I bought this knowing that the movies are fake and not real. Why? You cannot beat the price of a Dolby Atmos soundbar. My TV is from Sony. There is an advertised 7.1.2 upscaling. There was no wi-fi. So my review? I watched the content at high volume. A 5.1 or 7.1 sound bar would be better than the zero vertical effect. I had to use my spare high quality HDMI cable because the bar didn't have the right audio quality. The vertical audio can be heard through the front 3 speakers. The sound bar does not have speakers that are upward fired. Sony claimed it could do it with software magic, but solid smart marketing would make you get Sony! It is a decent sound bar with a fake belief that you have a soundbar and upscale. Do you like it? Nope. Everything is coming from the bar. There was no surround effect except for very few effects. Why didn't I get it? This will work for my small room and it will do better than my tv speakers. You can get a Sony 7.1.2 Atmos Sound Bar for $1300 or a Yamaha 7.1.2 Atmos Sound Bar for $1500 if you want a real room. Something with dedicated speakers for Atmos. You have to check the signal of the soundbar to make sure it works. The Apple TV failed to relay the same signal as the TV app got theDD+ signal.
👤I upgraded my sound bar to the 2.1 system. I own a TV. Compatibility and flawless operation can be achieved when you use items of the same brand. The sound wasn't clear. I was looking for an upgrade. This item caught my attention because of a review by a consumer. He seemed to like it and it was a new release for Sony. I had concerns with a Sony speaker. I bought it because of the reviews that said it had a clear dialogue and a realistic sound. I didn't want to pay a premium for the latter. It's cheaper than a full blown Dolby Atmos system and more expensive than a standard 2.1 sound bar. It's a nice speaker, typical of Sony. Installation was easy and included all the required cables. Installation is difficult if you want to fully utilize the capabilities of the speaker. To get full capabilities, you have to use both. You have to connect it to the sound bar correctly. This allows your speaker and TV to work together. If you have more than one HDMI input on your TV, you can use it to output sound to the sound bar. All of these are provided via HDMI data, so this will enable them. There's a problem. These sound formats must be supported by your input sources. For example, my XBOX One only supports Dolby Atmos, my Tivo only supports Dolby Digital, my SAMSUNG only supports Dolby Digital, and so on and so forth. You're paying a premium for this speaker. It's a potential waste of money if you don't have a source to give it to. Unfortunately, that's not the whole story. The speaker needs to be setup correctly if you want to know what your sources are capable of. The manual for this speaker is not very good. Most aren't. You have to read and understand the settings to get the most out of your system. Don't get me wrong. You can get sound by hooking it up. If not configured correctly, the sound would not be better than a standard 2.1 soundbar. I don't want to go through the details, but I recommend you set the audio to either "Dolby Speaker Virtualizer" or "DTS Virtual:X" and never touch the remote again. The settings are what you're paying for. The speaker has other "modes". The sound enhancements didn't seem to make the sound better or different. If you switch to this mode, you'll lose the premium modes of Dolby/DTS, so you have to go through the multi-level settings on the remote to reset it. It's a pain to set the speaker up via the remote. It is not intuitive. The display on the speaker is too small for a person with a vision of 20. My old phone had a big display where you could always see what mode you were in. The dialogue sound quality is very good. I hear a clear sound when there's someone talking. - It's cool if you have the right content. It's not crazy. The review on urAvgConsumer was not accurate. It depends on the person. It looks like a bunch of dots, but if you stare at it long enough you will see a 3D dinosaur. So it's like that... If you sit and listen long enough, your mind and ears will start hearing things around the room. It's not consistent because you're constantly adjusting to not be tricked. This will only work if you are watching content that supports Dolby Atmos. You won't be hearing your evening news in a magical surround sound. There were some nice surprises when I was watching a movie. I go "woah". If your content supports one or the other on the speaker, you don't need to manually switch between the two. You need to make sure you are setting "bitstream" and not "PCM" if you want the speaker to detect and switch to the correct format. - The speaker will shake your walls if you want to pump up the volume in the movie theater. The bass is strong. There's no link issues that I've experienced with the sub. - Normally, I'm in the 40s for normal viewing, but the volume goes to a 100. I've gone up to 50 for some movies. It's too loud beyond that. If you like it loud, the system has plenty of power. It's expensive for what you get. I didn't go and test a bunch of different content with the full experience in mind. The usual stuff I tried were Disney+, Amazon Video, etc. I'm not sure if there's a movie that can blow your mind, but that would be the exception in how I'm using the speaker. - There are some weird issues with one of your TV sources. It took me 2 weeks to figure it out. I have a 1st generation Chromecast plugged in. My TV would lose sync with the sound bar because of this. I almost returned the sound bar because of this. You could re-program the speaker settings to make it easier to watch TV. Be aware that your input sources could cause problems. There will be a delay in sound when you change channels. If the sound format is different between channels, the sound bar has to re-detect which sound format it's in. I'm ok with it, but it could bother people. The sound bar works best with a Sony Bravia TV. This is a Sony feature and you lose out on it. There have been a few quirks where I have to reset the TV and sound bar sync. Most of it may be due to my device. To reset the system, make sure you replug the TV and sound bar. This usually resolves my sync issue. Is it worth it? I'm not sure. I used gift cards to bring the cost down. My main requirement was clear dialogue, which it does well. The Dolby stuff is a nice addition. I think it will leave a lot of people dissatisfied. It's either pay for the $1k+ models to get the best experience or stick with standard audio. This speaker tries to fill the in-between gap and as with all things, you get what you paid for, which is neither here or there for this speaker. -
The Sony 2.1 Channel Sound Bar System with Wireless Subwoofer is the ultimate home theater upgrade. Audio comes alive. The power output brings the content to life. The speaker unit and volume of the subwoofer are powerful. S-Force Pro is a virtual surround sound technology. There are seven sound modes, choose from Auto Sound, Cinema, Music, Game, News, Sports, and Standard Audio Mode. Voice enhancement can be used to amplify the noise over the background. You can stream your favorite movies, shows, and music from your phone.
👤I was looking for a good sound system. I didn't care if it was able to jump through hoops or not, this one fit the bill nicely. I have a great soundbar with built in subs that is great, but I wanted one for a larger room that would provide even louder and deeper bass. After listening for a few days, I was a little disappointed but knew that speakers and especially subs need to be replaced in time. I've heard that some of the soundbars sell for up to 600 dollars, but this one sounds like it would be a good buy. Some people have experienced sound delays with other soundbars. The voices are clear and the bass is loud enough to make a difference in a movie. I can confirm that music and dvds sound good. If you're able to use a subs, you should place it in different places in the room to see where it will sound best. This is a great buy at 199 dollars and is well worth it.
👤It's okay if you're used to sound bars. I really wanted to like it. I tried every setting and it sounded so compressed. Even at full volume, the sub is not impressive. The living room is twice the size and we just installed a Samsaung sound bar in it. It was paid for at Best Buy. This was installed with a 65" Sony in a media room with carpeting and 8' ceilings. The set up was easy and fast. It sounded better with Steely Dan than it did with the TV, when I turned it on. I will be sending it back so I can get a better sound experience. My thoughts. If you are interested in something that sounds better than your TV speakers, this might be a good idea for you. I would suggest different options if you want something more than average.
👤The sound is really good and it is very easy to use. I downsized from a 7.1 surround setup. If the dialogue is enhanced, I don't think we lost any sound. If I had paid full price, I would have been happy.
👤I have had a Sony sound bar for two weeks. The sound bar was easy to pair with after the user error was corrected. I was initially disappointed with the bass from the sub woofer, but the more I have listened to it, the more I can say it does deliver. It was a good value and it was delivered on time. It was well packaged. It will allow you to pair 9 devices to it, which will allow for a lot of usage. I have it in my master bedroom and it is loud enough. You don't have to use on and off button's. It will turn on and pair automatically if I tell it to do so. When you turn the television off, it will also power off. The price and sound quality are what will make you happy.
Bobtot speakers use high-quality materials and have a digital display function. Bobtot speaker has two modes of 5.1/2.1 channel, switch via remote control. The pro surround function gives you more advanced enjoyment. Home theater system speakers can reach up to 1000 Watts Peak Power, but with professional sound quality and bass, enjoy movies at home. There is a function for theusb/sd/dvd/opt/COA/AUX to connect to various smart devices. There are many application scenarios such as Ultra HD 4K TV, game console, home DVD, computer, laptop. It is suitable for watching movies, watching football games, partying, and e-sports games with friends at home. Bobtot speakers use high-quality materials and have a digital display function.
👤The product description says that the speakers are not wireless. I put it out in the garage because I wanted to install it in my family room.
👤The bass sound is very good. The side and surround speakers were only two meters long. A better cinematic sound effect in a medium to large room can be achieved with a further distance from the speaker than from the sub. The speakers had manual controls and I had some spare batteries, so it was not a big deal. This was not something I was expecting from the speakers. The speakers are great, but could have been better.
👤The speaker wires are too short, so spend a few extra dollars and get something else.
👤Nice sound output light effect.
👤I only wanted this because it was wireless. This is not a wireless device.
👤I don't know how to make the sound come out. I am going to contact support or ask someone that knows the system. This system is very nice.
Onkyo has a Home Theater Receiver. The Polk speakers are floor standing. The Polk Bookshelf Speaker is a pair. The Polk 2-Way Center Channel Speaker is from Polk. Polk 10-Inch Active Subwoofer.
👤Only one channel was functional after we purchased this. We have tried to contact the vendor several times, but have had no response. We should reach out to the vendor according to Amazon. Absolutely frustrating!
👤This system sounds great. It took a long time to receive all the items. To make sure everything was responded to quickly, the seller was contacted a lot. This is not a complete in the box system, but you know all items are seperate, so for the money time and patience for delivery, I recommend this set up speakers.
👤The system is great for the price. The family is happy, but we can finally stop watching TV with the caption turned off. The movies sound great. It was loud and clear. It took about 2 hours to set it up, the tower speakers were a little shorter than I expected, but I love them.
👤Don't be foolish and listen to other people. Sounds amazing. Even at less than 100%. Friends wish they had it. I don't think Amazon reviews are good. This is good music. The dead are blasted. And PHISh!
👤Customer service was even better than Stereo. The reciever was fixed quickly.
👤Setting up a system is easy.
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