Summary: This has good sound, but it has quite a few shortcomings. One problem is that I could not get mine to work with the optical input. A bigger problem is that there are three unlabeled lights to indicate which of the three inputs you are using. It is difficult to tell which input you have selected.
Summary: I read review after review, and went for it. Not too happy with this one at all. It is of better quality so I feel like it will last, but it is very cheap sounding. Maybe I need to mess with the levels, but even then very hard to find the right combination of bass, treble.
Summary: I have no complaints about this sound bar but let's be honest about it. This thing should never receive a 5 star rating because it simply isn't a 5 star product. What this is is a good replacement for your tiny TV speakers. It will not deliver thundering base.
Summary: Update: The woofer was ripped/torn right out of the box and makes a cracking sound. I love the soundbar it looks and works perfect! The seller has worked diligently to get me a new one. I have to send this one back though, so once that's done I'll have a new one sent out.
Summary: Bought this at Costco for less than $115. They had it setup and it sounded better at 60W than the Samsung HW-E450C 280W for $215 right next to it. Sounds good in our living room with plenty of power for what we do (replaces an old 55W Sanyo Stereo), but still working on finding the right...