Summary: Okay, one star as I expect things to last for more than under two years, call me old-fashioned. Very happy with this until one day, for no reason (sound not set too high or shared plug etc and it's not the fuse) - nothing. Red light flashes for about 1s and then dead.
Summary: Most complaints on here seem to be because they hadn't read instructions - and it even says they will have these prolems in the instructions! HDMI it says will give you BEST sound, using headphone jack worst because of background interference. SHARP does point this out.
Summary: Sound is decent and setup is ultra easy, but there are two main drawbacks. First, the unit has no power on button so when you turn your television on you wait quite sometime before the audio comes on.
Summary: After reading the reviews I was a bit leery about purchasing. I needed a small sound bar below the TV and a good woofer. The Sharp did the job. The sound bar is so thin I ended up placing a Velcro strip across the bottom of the TV and attached the bar. It now looks like the bar is part of the TV.
Summary: Bought this unit for my 70in Sharp. The sound is muffled and there is no adjustments. It grays out the TV's sound adjustment so you cant adjust it in any way. I am very disappointed in this sound bar and returned it.
Summary: thought I would pick up an inexpensive sound bar for my LG 47LW5600 I tried everything finally got speakers working using headphone jack... then 10 minutes later, the sound shutoff and red light came up on subwoofer. I returned out to the store.
Summary: I purchased this to go with the that I purchased and knowing the sound quality was going to be lackluster, go this unit. It's a decent system (for what it is). The look of the system is nice, and it's pretty inconspicuous.
Summary: I was a little hesitant to order this soundbar after some of the reviews - a few people noted a hissing or humming noise - but I LOVE this soundbar. I've had none of the hissing or humming. Just good sound. I had an old Sony surround-sound system that was a wiring nightmare.