Excerpt: Soundbars and pedestal speaker systems have become increasingly popular in home theater applications because of their space-saving, cost-saving, and ease of use. Convenience is king when it comes to these designs. The subject of today's review is one of Onkyo's new EnvisionCinema offerings, the LS-T10 speaker system, which carries an MSRP of $499 but can be found for $350 to $400.
Onkyo’s LS-T10 sound stand is strictly for cinephiles
5 February 2014
Summary: The Onkyo LS-T10 sound stand feels well-built and sounds good with movies, but its lousy music performance makes it tough to recommend.
Cons: Music sounds terrible, even by sound-bar standards. There is a USB port, but it's so limited that it's almost useless. The thin credit-card remote feels chintzy. There's also no ability to switch between digital and analog inputs.
Excerpt: One of the emerging trends of 2013 has been the speaker base. They've appeared from all quarters - including Onkyo, here with the LS-T10 - looking to resolve that issue of poor TV sound, but without treading down the full AV receiver and surround sound speakers path.
Onkyo's new soundbase brings high quality sound to TVs in one neat, complete package
Good Gear Guide.au
30 October 2013
Summary: Onkyo's LS-T10 is similar to a soundbar, but it's a base instead. Rather than sitting in front of your TV, it can become the stand for your TV. It has a sub-woofer built in and is very easy to set up and use. Its sound quality isn't bad either. Well worth considering if you want a neat sound solution for your TV.
Pros: Convenient and easy-to-install system, Good all around sound quality, Integrated Bluetooth
Cons: Can struggle with some low frequencies, Very small remote
Excerpt: Onkyo LS-T10 virker ligesom Philips fint med tv’er op til 55 tommer. Her er intet display, så man føler lidt, at man trykker i blinde. Men der er ikke så meget nyt at sætte sig ind i, ud over hvilken lydtilstand der er aktiveret. Du må kigge øverst foran på lydsoklen for at få at vide, om det er Music-, Movie- eller News-tilstand.