Summary: Really impressed with the performance. Works seamlessly with my Onkyo receiver and Polk subwoofer. Setup took about 10 mins from box to finish. <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />Clean lines adds to the look of the entertainment center.
Pros: Simple set up. Clean look. Great sound performance.
Not fooling anyone about surround -- silly connection design -- awesome sound
9 September 2014
Summary: This sound bar is not going to fool anyone into thinking there are rear speakers, but sound is very good. I'm a sound snob and this replaced an outstanding 5.1 system because a move made rear speakers impossible if I wanted to continue my 33 year marriage -- which I very much do.
Summary: Okay... If you're looking for a sound bar, this is the one to buy. If you're looking for a 5.1 or 7.1 surround system don't buy this. I have two different setups in my house and each has a different use. If you're like me you will need to adjust your paradigm for what you want and need in a space.
Pros: Outstanding sound quality for the size.
Cons: make sure you buy the spade connectors not the banana connectors. Crutchfield lists both as viable options but if you use banana you can't attach the mounting bracket.
Summary: I suppose you get what you pay for...the voice discrimination on this unit is pretty poor. The surround sound not surprisingly is nonexistent. Mostly I just hear a lot of relatively muffled sounds. I'd care less if the unit cost $250 or so, but it cost just enough for me to be annoyed about it.
Summary: This thing is outsatdning. Sets up with ease, sturdy as can be and produces a sound like no other. Must have some kind of echo location thing. seems like the sound come from all sides. Amazing! .
Pros: Sturdy, Excellent Sound, Easy to Set Up,
Cons: Didnt Buy it 4 eyars abo when I should have.
Summary: Great sounding speaker bar. Wanted to replace my tower and center speakers. The DT was a great choice. Sounds terrific and the surround sound is solid. Came with comprehensive directions on how to properly configure my receiver. Very satisfied.
Summary: I recently moved into a new home. The family room did not support my existing 5.1 speaker configuration. It was going to cost thousands of dollars to have in-wall speakers installed. Rather that do that, I decided to take a chance on a sound bar.
Pros: Sleek design. True audio receiver support (front, surround, and center channel speaker support). Sound quality. Sound imaging and effects.