Vizio Sound Bar
There is nothing to brag about the sound quality from any high-end TV available anywhere on this planet. So, adding a soundbar can enhance your audio experience when…
The Vizio VHT215 is a testament to how far Vizio has come in the soundbar industry since its first soundbar the Vizio VHT210 not too long ago. Being the latest soundbar out of Vizio’s stables it not only looks great it’s also packed with a variety of connectivity options. With the endless options to play with the audio controls this soundbar is out there to leave its mark.
Vizio wasn’t exactly a household name a decade ago, but now after just about nine years in the business, Vizio has one of the most amazing success stories in consumer electronics history. They have achieved milestones after milestones in their short history and the most notable one would be how they overtook Samsung as the number one shipper of LCD TVs. After setting a foothold in the LCD TV market, they have started broadening their business and one of their branches includes soundbars. The latest Vizio product to grace the market is the Vizio VHT210 soundbar. Priced at $270, this surround bar is priced competitively, so let’s find out if it’s worth the money.
Vizio is continuing its quest in expanding its product portfolio beyond just televisions with the introduction of its own wireless home theater system the Vizio VHT510. Instead of just being another soundbar, Vizio is actually going one step higher by coming out with this powerful soundbar which also has a wireless subwoofer and rear speakers to go with it for a simple and discrete 5.1 channel surround. With a built-in amplifier and audio receiver as well, you might just have the complete home theater system with the Vizio VHT510 and we are here to find out if it you can get some brilliant sound from this baby.
VIZIO has some really awesome plans coming up in 2010, with high definition audio products, including sound bar home theater systems and wireless headphones. The America’s No.…
Most people are under the impression that a 5.1 or 7.1 surround system can offer higher quality sound than that of a sound bar. They are right. However, getting such an audio ensemble is not always an option, especially if you have a small room or if you hate stumbling across wires. Besides this, the price of a full surround system is much higher than that of a sound bar. If you are trying to buy some reliable speakers on a budget, if you are tired of loose wires or if you simply want something between a 2.1 and a 5.1 system, you can start searching for a reliable sound bar system.