Category Archives: Audio
20″ 2.0 Soundbar System with DTS Virtual:X
Can this Compact Audio System Improve your TV’s Sound?
I thought it was time to feature these awesome SVS products once again! The SB16-Ultra and PB16-Ultra. These flagship 16-Ultra Series models are the biggest and most powerful SVS subwoofers ever built, and incorporate three new engineering design innovations…
Vizio’s SB4031-D5 is part of their latest 2016 lineup of sound bar audio systems. This particular model contains an overall sleeker design than last year’s models, making it even more room decor friendly for a less intrusive presence within your living space.
Space Saving Compact Soundbar with Acoustimass Bass Module
Looking for an easy and simplified way to achieve better sound quality from your flat panel TV, in a decor-friendly package that blends nicely into your living environment? Then Bose may have the answer with the CineMate 15, which Bose claims is their simplest soundbar system.
Since 2002, Sonos has been in the business of creating sonically refined and innovatively designed audio products for the digital age to seamlessly and wirelessly deliver music to your entire home, in addition to adding top-notch sound quality from your flat panel TV via the Sonos Playbar which is the focus of this review.
At HDTVs and More, we provide product info not just for televisions, but for associated electronics as well. And one of those additional categories is audio products. As you may know from my About and Introduction pages, I’m a long time A/V enthusiast and heavily into high-end/high-performance audio.
Satisfying Sound at a Sensible Price
Sound bars have been a welcomed addition by many consumers who desire better sound quality from the otherwise mediocre audio output delivered by most flat-panel televisions.
Bose Solo 15 Series II Pedestal Speaker System
Update Note: This review has been updated for the new Bose Solo 15 Series II TV Sound System, which replaces the Bose Solo 15. Performance wise the audio quality of both models will be the same.
The difference between the models is the new Bose Solo 15 II adds built-in Bluetooth technology which is controlled by a button on the remote control. Additionally, it now allows you to adjust the bass output level of the speaker from a button on the remote control, instead of having to adjust the bass level from a knob located on the rear panel of the previous model.