The Klipsch reference theater pack has a minimal footprint. The cleanest, most natural sound can be achieved with Klipsch's exclusive Tractrix Horn technology. The wireless sub is designed to deliver room-filling low frequencies without requiring a lot of floor space. Each satellite speaker has a threaded insert and a keyhole mount, which make it easy to place the wireless subwoofer. The reference theater pack has a minimal footprint.
👤The purchase of this product was about 5 stars. Good product, good sound quality, arrived on time. There was a problem that turned into a nightmare. One of the simpler and inexpensive parts of the subwoofer is the rubber foot, which is one of the legs that should have it. It was inserted under pressure. Why is this important? Without the rubber feet on the sub, it will lose its stability and the leg will hit the floor, creating a noise that shouldn't be there. Klipsch customer service initially was excellent, and immediately sent a replacement. The replacement parts were wrong. They made sure they had the correct model. They double check to make sure everything was okay. The attendant went to another department to check out what went wrong and assured me that I will work this time. Wrong part arrives again. I sent pictures with arrows pointing the rubber foot and a schematic sketch so they could recognize the mysterious part. Klipsch said to go find this part on the secondary market. I can't return the product because of the time spent. The price was lowered to make it even better. Customer service from Klipsch was incompetent. If my friends decide to buy anything from Klipsch, I'll use the system with a piece of cardboard under the leg to repeat the story.
👤I am retired but I can't throw away money. We built our own home on our farm and all of it is paid for by God. I went to a store. I paid less for the speakers on Amazon than I did for the Klipsch ones. I bought my receiver from Amazon a year ago because of the tight finances. Got it paid for, bought some great sounding Klipsch speakers and love them. What a sound. I am going to put my QLED 70 series on my wall. Got it from NFM. A beautiful vent free fireplace is1-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-6556 The setting is going to be beautiful. I want to have many romantic nights with my wife. God is in control of life. I went to Best Buy and the Geek Squad came to my house and said that it would cost a lot to install my speakers. I did it myself at 72 years old. The Stereo cabinet I put together is beautiful. I put the wheels under it because it will weigh 200 lbs. Almost solid wood. Thanks to Amazon, life is more affordable. The farmer is Joe.
👤The system came without a wireless accessory for the sub. The company that sold me the unit ignored me when I contacted them. If you would like to buy this system. Don't buy it here. I had a look at the Klipsch sub. It is a Onkyo sub in a box. Sending everything to klipsch on Monday.
👤I bought the speakers and receiver from thelipsch Black Reference Theater Pack 5.1. This is the best sound I have ever heard after I got it all set up. This system spits out perfect sound with everything I throw at it, from football games to television to different genres of music. I am playing my favorite songs and am hearing sounds I have never heard before. If you are going with 5.1 surround, I recommend this system. If I were to put a system in a larger room, I would have bought a 7.1 receiver and tried using the Klipsch as surround speakers, but now after listening to the Klipsch, I would go with the Klipsch.
The dimensions of the enclosure are 15.75" D x 25.59" W. The new Polk React Sound Bar brings out the best from your existing TV and remote, with a low profile design, 3D virtual surround sound, multiroom music, and a slim low-profile design that does not block your TV or remote's sensor. A great sound for virtually any TV is provided by a 6-driver array with two 3.8" x 2.7" mid-range drivers, a 1" tweeter, and a 4.3" x 3.9" passive radiators. Music can be played across rooms, or different ones on each device, with full voice-control compatibility. Control smart home devices. From your sound bar, you can use your voice and messaging to the US, Canada and Mexico. Polk's Proprietary Voice Adjust Technology adjusts the voice levels from the sound bar so you hear loud and clear. The one-button preset for movie, music and night mode is used for sound. STREAM UNLIMITED MUSIC is a service that allows you to stream unlimited music and videos on your compatible device. There is aTILE COMPATIBILITY that features (1) HDMI ARC output, (1) optical audio input, and (1)usb-a to play music from various sources. The setup is easy to use and will allow you to enjoy your music. If you want a big, bold and impactful sound, add the Polk React wireless sub with this Sound Bar and the optional SR2 wireless surround speakers. If you want a big, bold and impactful sound, add the Polk React wireless sub with this Sound Bar and the optional SR2 wireless surround speakers.
👤If you don't have a plan to use voice control or connect to the internet, you should move on to another soundbar. You have to connect to the internet in order to not be pestered by the device. The huge, blinkingLED across the top front is really annoying. It's always on for something that goes under your TV. Constantly blinking or moving. The huge rail ofLED is completely overkill and annoying, but it turns different colors to tell you what mode it is in. I told Polk tech support that you can't turn it off. It's not a great surface to stick tape to, because there is speaker cloth over the front of it, so why should I do that? Every mode change on the remote has a loud voice prompt from the speaker. I don't know why I need the speaker to tell me "music mode" when I press the remote. The voice prompt gets louder if you turn the volume up. The voice prompt is very loud if the music stops and you don't turn the volume down. I confirmed with Polk tech support that the voice prompt can't be turned off. The volume buttons are terrible. I pointed at the speaker and found that the buttons were hard to press, and that you have to use your finger to get it to work. They are uni-molded and not buttons. You have to press into the remote further if you dip in the rubbery plastic. The sound is ok. The bass is barely okay, but does not blow away my ancient Yamaha YAS-103. There were some small added details to music over the YAS-103, but not enough to overlook the other glaring issues. Tech support for Polk took about 5 days to respond, and when I did get an answer they completely sidestepped my questions and gave a canned response that wasn't even close. I was told that the voice prompt is part of the feature set and cannot be turned off, and that I have to connect the internet. Even if you are going to hook it up to the internet, I strongly recommend skipping it. It's annoying and needy.
👤I bought the sound bar and the surround speakers, but didn't buy the subwoofer. I put this in my bedroom with a Sony Bravia 4k TV. The setup was easy, and I liked the sound so much that I didn't need the subs. Not in a bedroom. The microphone doesn't pick up voices as well as my other devices, but it's enough. I like the movie, music, volume and balance controls on the remote. Con. I woke up to a clicking and popping static on the left side of the sound bar. I unplugged it and tried to shoot it, but it didn't work. Larry was the tech I spoke with. He heard the sound on the phone and knew it was time to replace it. After a week of not hearing back, I called Polk Audio and spoke with Larry, who arranged for a new sound bar to be sent to me. There is a The new sound bar arrived yesterday. After setting it up last night, I woke up at 2:30 am to a loud clicking and static coming from the left side of the sound bar. Is that really true? The first sound bar took almost 8 weeks to malfunction, but this one only took 6 hours.
The amplifier has volume, low-pass, 0 180 phase, and auto power on. The max goes up to 100 watt with 2 full-range speakers and 2 subs. The speaker is responsive and you can easily control it with the touch and remote. 4 times signal range, 2 times connection speed, and 8 times data transmission are the advantages ofBluetooth 5.1. The sound field is wide and the left and right displacement of the sound are very precise. This makes the TV sound good. The sleek premium design and lightweight finish can be used in a variety of home decoration styles and is the best partner for your TV.
👤This is a review of a sound-bar. The Bestisan model is the prior generation to the Model SG01. I was curious when they came out with the newer model, the Model SG01. The price was the same as the prior generation and at the time I bought the SG01 Amazon had a 20% off coupon I could use which brought the price down even more. The manual is easy to read and set up is easy. I live in a small space and am a full-time RVer. The TV I have is a 10-year old one and it has a bad sound. The sound-bar works well for this TV and the small room, but the sound is much bigger. Someone would like to post a review using this sound-bar in a large room. The sound-bar has a plug-in if you want to use one. I don't like using a sub-woofer. It is important to change the audio settings on your TV. The sound-bar still worked even though I didn't do it. I noticed a message in front of the sound-bar that said to put the audio setting of my TV to "PCM." My problem was corrected by this. The first thing I noticed when I watched a movie was the sound-bar. Even though there was a lot of action in the movie, the spoken words were clear and crisp. My hearing is not as good as it used to be. The sound-bar helps with that. I use the feature to stream music from my phone to my laptop. I can easily pick up the words in a song because the diction is so good. I have turned the volume up so I can see if there is any distortion or not. The sound-bar remote has audio buttons for Music, Movie, and Dialog mode. I use the Movie mode a lot when I listen to music. The buttons on the remote are nice, I have played with Bass and Treble. If I get stuck with the Bass and Treble buttons, it has a reset button that will let me go back to default mode. I like that. The price on this unit didn't break my wallet and the sound is amazing. I have to find a lucky person to give my old generation a sound-bar.
👤I am not a sound person. I have been completely blind in one ear for many years. This has made watching television more of a chore. I started using the closed caption. After reading the reviews, it appeared that there were at least a couple people like me who were helped by the addition of this sound bar. The 90Watt Bestisan Sound bar has changed my life. The sound bar was well packaged and arrived quickly. The sound bar had to be set up under the TV. I used optical cable to connect my television, CD player, and phone. All three worked well. The sound is crystal clear and for the first time in a long time, I can hear everything that is said on the TV, even with background noise and music. I can understand the lyrics in the music I listen to, something I have not been able to do for years. The premix settings for music, movies and dialog make a huge difference in sound and clarity when used in different activities. I don't have trouble hearing low frequencies, so I didn't go with the 100Watt system for fear that it would mask the higher frequencies and hard sounds that I have. This will help you understand what is said on your TV. It has made a difference for me.
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.
You can bring wireless surround to your sound system. Only compatible with select Soundbars. Product will not work without a soundbar. There are compatible Soundbar models for 2019. T450, T650, T-Q60T. You can experience the action of your favorite movies, shows, and sports in a surround experience. Plug in your soundbar and enjoy all the action of your favorite entertainment in surround sound. Plug in your soundbar and enjoy all the action of your favorite entertainment in surround sound.
👤Most reviews said the volume was too low. I searched the sound bar manual and the rear spkr kit manual and 888-349-8884 I am sure many of the rear spkr kits have had poor reviews and likely returned, as there is a way thatSamsung needs to publish as they don't know their products very well. The solution is to press the'sound control' button on the remote. To get to rear speaker on/off, you have to use up/ down arrows. A great test is the James Bond opening in Specter the helicopter "flys" behind you, as using clear voice really makes a difference. You can watch on Amazon Prime.
👤The speakers are not wireless. I put my speakers behind my couch so you couldn't see the wires to them. The manual is terrible. Thanks to a lot of searches, these speakers are working. The speaker wire cables should not be put all the way in. The metal part is touching something. I had to find this out the hard way. It's very frustrating that they don't mention this. Press the up arrow button for 5 seconds if you want the soundbar to go into LINK mode. I have a sound bar from the same company, but others need different bars and they need to press and hold the button. The manual says to press up on the volume button. The unit should pair with the wireless speakers once you see the LINK mode on the display. The volume is likely to be too low once you pair. The sound settings button on my remote looks like it's from a movie. Wait until REAR SPEAKERS displays. Wait, it will say REAR SPEAKER VOLUME after showing you. The number will show up and you can use the UP arrow to increase the volume. I found that 4 was the optimal number since you don't want the rear speaker volume to over power the main system. I give the sound bar and speakers four stars. I think they could be better but for the money it's worth the upgrade.
👤I am very happy with the speakers. I bought them with the Perlesmith speaker stands. I had to make a way to get them to the stands. My method worked well. I went to Lowes and bought a black screw, a black washer, and a brass knob. The total was $5. This worked well. The perlesmith is a product that I would recommend. It was very easy to setup.
👤These have improved my sound quality. These add a sound. My advice is 1. The sound bar should be overpower by the rear speaker volume of +4(+5/6). These are not meant to be the main source of sound. 2. To turn your tv audio output settings toSurround andDTS/Neo 2:5 Dolby Digital can be a little quieter than other sound effects. Put the soundbar in standard audio mode. 4. Use optical instead of HDMI. The optical sound output is louder than the HDMI on the TVs. 5. You can hide the wires through the speaker stands. It will look wireless.
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.
Two-way satellite speakers. A 6.5" powered sub. There are brackets for wall mounting.
👤I didn't like this product. The sound is not dull. The speakers are not original but counterfeit because the logo stickers are crooked and not straight. I won't recommend it. I have a Denon receiver and Bose speakers with an Onkyo sub and the sound is amazing. If you don't care, don't buy this product.
👤The sound is great. Nice design. It is easy to use remote control. We put the speakers on the wall behind the couch. Two people are on a shelf. Nice view and sound.
👤This system is great for money. It provides a clear sound. The center speaker makes dialogue easy to hear. I have set it up in a way that it can be used with additional speakers. I only have it set to half way because the subwoofer provides all the base you could really need. It was difficult to run a heavier wire out but it was possible. I ran 14 gauge wiring to all of them. It required a good twisting of the end copper but it was worth it. This is a great place to put a budget home theater.
👤The speaker system sounds great. The speakers are small so they don't stand out in a room. I have several issues with these. The wall mounting system is my biggest complaint. The mount is not very good. My next complaint is that you have to use a thin gauge wire with the speakers because they have a thin gauge wire. You cannot wall mount these with a better gauge wire. If you want to use a better wire, you will need to cut the included thin wire at the end of the better wire. Nothing else will fit through the mount. The wire posts on these speakers are made of very thin wire. Nothing else will fit. The posts should be able to hold a better wire. I give this 3 stars because of the issues. One was taken away for the wall mount and the other for not accepting a better wire.
👤The sound is very clear and crisp. The plastic cover needs to be removed. The cinema is called the JBL Cinema 610. A quick start guide. # 3 You can pull it out if you push hard on the cover. That shows the push connectors that you connect the wires to. The red push wire is connected to the black wire. There is a black wire with a white stripe. Push the plastic cover into the locked position.
👤The bass and mids are great. Good speakers. Very pleased with the performance. The speaker is very powerful. If you have an auto-cal system, use it. You will definitely want a decent receiver to take advantage of these 4 Ohm speakers; there aren't a lot of great and cheap 4. If the receiver has enough wattage, it will do well. I got a second-hand Sony STR-DH820. The old model doesn't have a lot of modern stuff, but it does have a lot of legacy ports, and is refurbished for about $200 to $300. Get your own cable. The included cable picks up interference. I got studio-grade stuff, but it is fine at the hardware store. The biggest that can fit in the terminals is 16AWG stranded. The mounts are not good. They do. There is no way around it. If you can, get the aftermarket wall mount kit. The things wall mounted should be no bigger than 18-20AWG. I was able to get away with 16AWG because I left the speakers loose against the wall. When I get around to it, I will probably get the aftermarket mounting kit. They are very strong on the surfaces. The speakers are great for a relatively low price.
Wall Mount, cable management, and a wall mount are included. The power source is corded electric. The subwoofer is 7 x 15 x 11 inches.
👤I bought a similar device from the same company. I could compare them in person. I wanted a soundbar that would work with my TV and that would improve my ability to hear dialogue in movies, so I wasn't constantly riding the volume button. I wanted a sound bar that wouldn't turn itself off if I paused for a long time. It is very difficult to find that feature. I was able to pause a Disney + movie for over 45 minutes and it never stopped. I pressed play and it continued. You have to find the soundbar remote to turn it on again after 20 minutes or so, because every other soundbar shuts off after that. I can adjust the volume of the center channel separately, since most dialogue is kept on the center channel. This is one of the biggest advantages of getting a 3.1 soundbar. TVs and sound bars often have to down mix 5.1 channels, which makes the dialog muddy. It's because of this that movies can be hard to hear when you're trying to listen in a quiet setting. Get the soundbar and it will solve all of the problems. I can only speak for people with newer TVs with a HDMI port. It's possible that there's something special that keeps the two products from shutting off. I can't imagine your average person would tell the difference between the audio quality of the two products. I found the sound of the LG to be more intelligibility. I'm not trying to shake the house down, but I did see a slightly larger driver in theSamsung. Go with the LG for convenience.
👤I am a video enthusiast. I've been in the audio and video industry for over 40 years. My daily experience with these products allows me to give you an accurate evaluation. It's a hook up and settings issue with the buyer not knowing how to hook it up. It has nothing to do with the soundbar being bad. The Lg SN6Y sounds great. Its sound is tall, deep, clear, and it packs a punch. It is very well balanced, meaning you don't have a bass that overwhelms the dialogue, and the mids and highs are warm and detailed. The sound quality, low profile, and ease of setup are what I recommend this soundbar for. The display on the front can't be turned off permanently, that's the only negative I found. You should be able to turn it off after a few seconds. Don't buy a cheap soundbar because it looks great. Your dog will howl, women and children will run and cry, and you will be sending it back and looking foolish. I promise you that the money you spent was well spent. * The golden rule in this business is not to buy cheap stuff. It almost always isn't a great deal if it looks that way. You get what you pay for. There is a If you can't afford the extra $150 to get a really high quality product that sounds great, will last, and is very easy to use, then wait. Save your money until you can afford a soundbar like this that you will be happy with. Your wife will cook you dinner, your kid will be happy, and the dog will come home.
DOLBY DIGITAL 5.1 is a movie. You will be drawn in by the surround sound simulation. A center speaker enhances dialogue so you hear every word. Adaptive sound lite improves sound to video content. A wireless subwoofer is included. Bassost is a button that instantly amplify the bass. Bassost is a button that instantly amplify the bass.
👤I received a unit that was dead. They said it was repaired before. I paid for a brand new unit and it was dead. Nice store!
👤My Q60 series TV was connected to the HW-A550. If you want the best sound out of a 2.1 system, you should buy the HW-A450 instead of the HW-A550. You can see the extra power on the HW-A550. The sub is very impressive. The Virtual X option of the Dolby 5.1/DTS is truly excellent at replicating surround sound-like output from the sound bar and sub. The adaptive sound lite option is not as good as the sound pro on the 2.1 sound bar systems. I think the HW-A550 is a good choice.
👤I bought it for TV use because I wanted to turn it up to the center level so I could enhance the dialog. Some on-line reviews said it has center level adjustment. The manual that comes in the box shows a button on the remote that can be used to adjust Bass, Treble, Audio Sync, Center level, Top Level, and Virtual on/off. After 312 hours of calls, it was revealed that the settings on the HW-A650 are not available. They are on some more expensive models. I had to return it to Amazon because they admitted that it's useless for TV, which I didn't want to use. I'll buy a 3.1 soundbar when I recover from the hassle.
👤If you are not tech savvy, this may be a problem. First thing you want to do is connect it. You will need to figure out how to connect with a device. Digital optical is a better choice than the horrible Bluetooth. You can adjust the bass, treble, and audio delay through the small panel on the sound bar. I put my delay on 0 so that the sound matches the person's mouth. I have a 65" Crystal Ultra HD 4k curved tv that I have set to 16bit and you can adjust the color of the tv if you want. The colors really pop when I set video to dynamic. I kept the sound set at standard. Watching a movie in my living room is like going to a movie theater. The people giving a low review probably don't know how to navigate the settings.
👤I was annoyed at having a nice TV, but still having to change the volume on it with the remote. I needed to make sure my sound bar had a dedicated center channel speaker. It's easy to install out of the box. I already have an HDMI cable, but they don't include one. The sound type I am using is the standard one. Subwoofer is located in a corner at the opposite end of the room. It's what was needed to enjoy the tv. It feels cinematic and full without all the noise and thumping that can be found in regular viewing. It's perfect for tv shows and sports because there's tons of power left unused and I may give it a workout for a big movie experience in the future. It comes with a nice remote, but I used my existing one to turn it on and control the volume.
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 box has a powered subwoofer speaker, 5 passive wired satellite speakers, a full function remote, and 5mm to a RCA jack cable. The 120W Sound bar is better sound than your TV alone. The TV sound bar has advanced technologies that deliver clear audio. The sound bar with a sub produces powerful bass and surround sound, and it has a sound level pressure of over 100 decibels. Enjoy the details of your movies and music. The Superb Sound Quality is Bluetooth 5.0. Their newest sound bar uses the latest technology to ensure smooth transmission in long distance with low consumption. You can place it almost anywhere. You can play your music anywhere with the help of the internet. They have engineered a custom sound bar material that will give you true 3D stereo premium sound. The included remote control allows you to adjust the different sound modes. The remote can be used to increase or decrease bass and treble. The sound bar has a power and volume control located on the right side. There are multiple input options and an easy set up, including one of their newest features, the ability to use a single device for both wired and wireless connections. The package now includes both premium 5 ft Optical cable and 5 ft RCA to 3.5mm cable. The soundbar is almost impossibly thin and has a black surface. You can control power with a Touch-button design. The volume is easy to see on the side. You can mount the sound bar on your living room with the mount brackets in the package. The sound bar will go through a quality test before being sent out. They offer a warranty of 12 months.
👤First of all, I would like to say thank you to the people in tech support with this unit. I wanted a decent sound bar at a decent price without breaking my wallet, so I bought this. The order was prompt and it was on time. The set up was easy and straightforward. The sounds are good. Now for the problem. When I ordered I was sent an email saying that I could reach out to them if I wanted to. The response was quick, it gave instructions to dl a upd file on to the flash drive, and the process should be finished within 5 minutes. I asked if I missed a step, but the tech said that it was not a problem they had before, and that they would talk with their team about it. They said it was an unknown issue and that they would ship me another unit express. It works great and there is no stand by mode. The support via email was top notch and to top it off they were not concerned with returning old unit so less was trying to rebox and ship.
👤Beautiful work of art. Works with existing cable remote. The manufacturer put a lot of effort into creating this high quality product. I would love to see other products made by this manufacturer.
👤The sound coming from my 4K TV was bad and I needed a sound bar to make up for it. I have a television that is close to the wall, so the back firing speakers on it is muffled. I have a hard time hearing what I'm watching. Hearing to me is important because I am visually impaired. I am not rich. I had to budget. The reviews were all good. I bit the bullet. I bet that bullet, I am very happy. I have been running the sound bar for about a week and have not had any problems. Sounds great. The sound bar is similar to a soundbar. It has touch buttons on the side. No pressing was needed. It is only a power and volume up and down. There were no other buttons on the bar. If you lose the remote control, you won't be able to change the sound settings, you won't be able to change the base, and you won't be able to set it from movies, news, music, etc. The seller told me that there is a universal remote code for the sound bar. That is a good sign. The sound that came out of the bar was clean and crisp. I was amazed that there was no distortion. On to the amplifier. The speaker is small and the box is not big, but the base that came out of it was so big that it floored me. It's like going to a movie theater. I own a 10-in downward passive subwoofer that will make your chest rattle, however the base is deep and has a great tone. I was excited to hear the base that came out after watching the men in Black. It's perfect for a living room home theater. If you have a man cave or a theater room, you might want to add more space. This was a great purchase so far. If I have any issues, I will update. Don't be afraid to make the purchase, it was worth it for me. I got almost $30 off my purchase without a coupon code. If you find a code, you can get this speaker set up for a cheap price. I wanted it at my door as soon as possible. I am very happy.
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