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.
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.
Summary: I bought this for my girlfriend who was in desperate need of better sound at her house. The bar is easy to program with any remote and I was really surprised by the sound. Crisp highs, surprising bass from such a small sub and it took about 5 minutes to setup.
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.
Summary: Unboxed and set up in less than a half an hour. Being directions aren't for men I attempted to connect the optical cable between the TV and soundbar, not knowing there's a rubber cover over each end of the optical cable. No wonder it didn't work or plug in very well.
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...
Summary: I have it on the computer. (It wasn't powerful enough for the 50-inch in a 20 X 14 room.) Take if from an old studio musician who has heard some pretty good stuff, it's great for the price. Even the wireless sub (woofer) rocks. I dearly love the whole thing; it's been on my desk for 3 years now.