Summary: The good: the sound is better than the panasonic GT tv. It connected to the tv fine and the tv remote operates the volume on the bar. The bad: Cheap control. No treble or bass controls. Complicated flashing light adjustments for audio which is just stupid. Volume output at 100% is loud but should be louder. Sound is just ok. We kept it because of the arc compatibility with the tv.
Summary: Easy to setup, works as advertised with Panasonic TV, and looks good. But although the sound in general is fine for the price, it is attended by a constant rumbling, or low-pass noise, which is especially noticeable during quieter parts of whatever I'm watching, regardless of the source. Very distracting.
Summary: I bought this unit to go with a Panasonic Viera Plasma TV. The unit was easy to set up, and the sound quality was good, but it stopped working after about 20 minutes of use. We unplugged everything and re-installed it, and the same thing happened. Have since read on forums that the unit overheats easily which causes it to shut off. Great safety feature for the unit, but lousy for our listening enjoyment.
Summary: In the beginning,everything worked great.a couple weeks go by, then the wireless subwoofer started to sound like it was underwater.I call customer service,they had me go through a series of the normal b.s.tests.Does shutting anything off,holding down buttons for thirty seconds really work for anything?!Then they tell me to take just the subwoofer to a repair shop thirty miles away.
Summary: I have a newer Panasonic Viera Television (GT50) so I thought I would make things easy and mate it with a "compatible" Panasonic soundbar. Imagine my surprise when I connected the soundbar in the horizontal format under the television (as advertised in Panasonic's promotional literature and informational videos) and the television remote stopped working because the IR sensor on the TV was blocked by the soundbar.