Summary: I purchased my first Polk Audio speakers back in 1977. They were a small, little know company back then. But I took the advice of a savvy stereo salesman (music lover). I wasn't then, nor have I ever been, disappointed with any of their speakers. I have a massive set for my stereo system & I have this sound bar system now for our work training room. This was so inexpensive & puts out a great sound w/o having to crank up the volume.
Summary: Excellent product for the money. Easy to connect, good instructions, great sound. I am no stranger to high-end sound systems so when I connected this small unit In a basement den I was really surprised at the quality of this product for the money. You can actually feel the base at sound levels that have very little distortion.
Summary: This system is pretty darn easy to set up, and wow, I had no idea how much sound I was really missing. The directions, though, could use a little work. Just because you turned on the power to the sound bar and the subwoofer, doesn't mean you have turned the bar on. Of course, you must use the remote to turn the bar on. If you don't see blue lights, it is not on. If you are unable to have the volume "learn" a quick call to the number in the directions can solve that.
Summary: I have always been a Polk Audio fan since the late 80's when they were just getting started. I sold them myself so I already new about the performance. They have been known for accurate bass response and great midrange, but when I started reading reviews I was surprised at the overwhelming average response. The number 1 selling soundbar w/sub, on Amazon has been the sony 260, and the reviews were great.