Good For Small Home Theater WITH a Powered Subwoofer
7 February 2011
Summary: Recently purchased this Sharp HTSB300 soundbar online for less than one hundred fifty bucks, delivered. It is visually sleek and inconspicuous, mounted directly beneath our TV. It's surprising to hear so much rich sound come out of something as narrow and lightweight as this.
Summary: This isn't the best sounding Soundbar system that I own, but it's designed to work with any TV from any maker and it works well. It has several inputs including standard RCA, optical, and coaxial. The auto power on and off function works flawlessly using the optical input.
Summary: I really enjoy great sound quality but hate the loudness that comes along with surround sound. Our entertainment center is against the same wall as our babies' bedrooms so I can't handle the loud booming all the time.
Summary: Did not expect Theatre Surround Sound. I simply wanted to enrich and CLARIFY the sound, especially dialogue, on my Sharp flat panel and this sound bar accomplishes that. Very pleased with the improvement.
Summary: Much,much,improvement over tv speakers!Very glad I installed sound bar.A little distortion with bass when bass and volume up.Just back off bass and or sub to remedy.We are now hearing all new lovely sounds!
Summary: I checked around and this Sharp Sound Bar seems to be one of the best on the market. It does what it says it does. I have the same feelings as the other reviewers. Don't look for blow away sound just a sound "enhancement" and with that in mind you should feel like you got a pretty good deal.
Summary: The HTSB300 is a big improvement over the speakers built into flat panel TVs. Don't mistake it for surround sound--it isn't. However, the improvement in sound quality is very noticeable, especially in the lower register.
Summary: Inexpensive soundbar best suited for a medium size Aquos LCD TV. Crisp high's and solid mid range characteristics, seamless operation with Aquos TV. Sound is improved tremendously with the addition of a small subwoofer such as a Polk Audio PSW111 or similar using the subwoofer output on the bar...