Summary: I recently moved into an apartment and felt my 5.1 infinity system is overkill for the space. I chose this product for it's ability to separate in two pieces allowing for my remote to control the TV. It's a stylish piece and looks great. As for sound, bass is more than I expected.
Summary: no apps.... external box with difficult buttons (you need to read and memorize the manual... so to pair a phone to play music you need to hold down buttons etc... ) then ofcourse my TV is a LG... so no way to control volume with just one remote. etc.
Looks and sounds great, but power behavior is a deal breaker
Ramkumar Balaraman, Amazon
28 September 2013
Summary: As soon as I set this up vertically on either side of my ultra thin LG 55LM8600, I already loved how it looked. It instantly added a lot of dignity to a thin TV that otherwise looked awkward floating over its stand. The vertical option is perfect and I wish more sound bars offered it. Pros: 1.
Summary: It's OK but the sub doesn't put out much no matter where I put it in the room I can hardly hear it.After having a full surround sound system it's just not the same. I do like that the speakers can be used on each side of the TV or put togeather to be used as a bar.
Summary: I have had this for a while now, and the sound is great, no complaints there. It doesn't work with the Viera system remotes, meaning you have to use the credit card remote to adjust volume or input source. I have it connected to a panasonic tv and panasonic blu-ray player.
Summary: I've yet to figure out whether I really like the SC-HTB350 or not. I've had it (purchased elsewhere) for less than 24 hours and am still fiddling with the settings, so I'll give you what I like and don't like...so far. LIKE - The sub is spectacular with a superb range!
Next to the new ultra thin TV's it sounds great, on its own is another story...
7 February 2013
Summary: I recently got the which has been a great TV, my one complaint though is the sound from the TV. It sounds like everyone is talking in a tin can. No amount of sound adjustment can put out decent sound from the TV. It's very flat for lack of a better description.
Summary: First a couple of questions: Is the audio quality any better or different with the "high quality" fiber optic hookup compared to the RCA pin hookup? I did not notice any difference. Is the sound quality, especially dialogue, any better on the 550 model compared to this (350) model?