Summary: I saw a lot of great reviews from folks and find myself very confused at where they set the bar. I can find no fault with the quality of the construction but the sound leaves much to be desired. Trust the comments on the lack of sub push. Even at full power, you barely notice it's there. The bar speakers are harsh and lack pleasant audio delivery regardless the EQ setting (not on the unit itself but from the TV adjustment).
Summary: I have had this soundbar for a little over a year. The sound quality is fairly decent. Setup was easy. I have had one problem that has made me want to get rid of it. You can teach the unit your own remote codes for volume up/down/mute. It defaults to Samsung TV remote codes. I can't use the default codes as I have a Samsung TV and if I use the default Samsung codes, the TV picks up the codes and displays an error on the screen. So I had to teach it different codes.
Summary: I purchased this sound bar to compliment my 50" Panasonic G25. I mounted it on the wall underneath the TV, hooked up my own optical cable (the one included is incredibly cheap) and threw on some music. This bar sounds great. I wasn't sure what to expect but i'm blown away. I have played music for many hours to break in the speakers and its amazing. The subwoofer, once you dial in the gain, blends very well with the other speakers.
Summary: Bought this 3 days ago to place it on TV stand in-front of a VIZIO 70" TV. First thing it block off bottom 1/2" of the TV screen. Its just <40" long and little big in size compared to Yamaha sound bars. Does Sound really good compared to TV speakers. But its NOT very LOUD and there is no volume indicator to show if I am at 75% or 80% of the full volume. Its might be because of the room size.
Klipsch Energy Power Bar = FIFTEEN POUNDS OF PURE DISAPPOINTMENT...
Amazon Customer "Todd", Amazon
13 October 2013
Summary: From the Energy Website describing the Power Bar: "precise, room-filling bass performance." "the power is undeniable". Excuse me??? My experience is quite different. I purchased the Energy Power Bar by the Klipsch company to replace the clutter of a 5.1 system. While not expecting the massive sound I was used to, I was disappointed by how thin and underpowered this "powerbar" is.