Summary: I've been listening to and comparing sounds of various brands and prices for quite some time. Sometimes, with so many choices at a store and the bad acoustics of a store, it's almost impossible to make a choice. A few times, I've gone to a store with the intention of buying a sound bar, to only be even more dazed and confused. Disregarding the sound factor, I figured one must spend $400 - $500 for a good soundbar system and I just didn't want to spend that much.
Summary: The system is easy to hook up sounds good looks good the price is good the only problem I have is the blue tooth when you link your phone to play music you have to leave your phone close or it sounds like a scratched cd other then that it is a good system for the price and I would recommend it to anyone on a budget
Very good unit, w nice effects, but it is not a substitute for a hi fi system.
Jon West, Amazon
18 October 2014
Summary: This is the second one I have bought and am satisfied. I have the previous year's model as well. Plug and play. These help increase the tv volume, but don't expect them to be a substitute for using a stereo. It says 300 watts, but my hi fi amp says 100 each side and is greatly louder. Go figure! Problem I have with digital tv is that when I hook my satellite box up to my old 250 watt Adcom amp that powers my Alon tower speakers, there would be a delay.