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Boston Acoustics TVee Powered Soundbar Speaker System with Wireless Subwoofer (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • Upgrades Your TV Sound With One Speaker and a Wireless Woofer
  • Uses Your Existing Remote For Volume and Mute
  • 100-Watt Peak System Power
  • Wall-Mountable
  • 2.4 GHz Frequency-Hopping Wireless
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Product Specifications

Brand NameBoston Acoustics
Color NameMidnight
Special Features2.1 system; wireless woofer system

Technical Details

  • 2.1 system; wireless woofer system

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 15.4 x 35.8 inches ; 16 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 30.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000UTIB7A
  • Item model number: TVee
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 18, 2005

Product Description

Product Description

Boston Acoustics presents the TVee Model Two Soundbar and Wireless Subwoofer. This remarkable new sound system is designed from the ground up to be exceedingly easy to set up and use. It consists of a slim, single soundbar that can be placed above or below a television, or it can be easily mounted on the wall. The matching wireless subwoofer can be placed anywhere in the room to deliver added dynamic bass response. Installing this compact system is fast and easy, allowing you to enjoy fantastic sound wherever your television may be.

From the Manufacturer

From the Manufacturer Boston Acoustics presents the TVee Model Two Soundbar and Wireless Subwoofer. This remarkable new sound system is designed from the ground up to be exceedingly easy to set up and use. It consists of a slim, single "soundbar" that can be placed above or below a television, or it can be easily mounted on the wall. The matching wireless subwoofer can be placed anywhere in the room to deliver added dynamic bass response. Installing this compact system is fast and easy, allowing you to enjoy fantastic sound wherever your television may be.

Wireless flexibility lets the subwoofer go anywhere.


Convenient "One Wire" Hook-Up with No Additional Remote Required
Everything about the TVee Model Two is designed to make it quick and easy for anyone to add enhanced performance to their television viewing. Simply plug a single RCA cable from the Soundbar into your television's line-level output. The included subwoofer uses a wireless connection to communicate with the Soundbar. This allows it to be placed virtually anywhere in the room--even in a corner or behind the couch--and it will still provide tight bass response. Adding to your convenience, the TVee system features a special Learning Mode that will learn your existing remote control's volume, mute and power commands, eliminating the need for a separate remote control.

TVee Model Two is compact and easy to install.


Advanced Components and Design
Like all Boston Acoustics products, the TVee Model Two utilizes the highest quality loudspeaker components and housing materials to achieve superior build quality and natural sound. TVee's Soundbar features four 2.5-inch mid-bass drivers and two half-inch dome tweeters to deliver clear, powerful audio. The Soundbar's innovative enclosure and digital processing spread the sound throughout the room, creating a wide soundstage that eliminates the need, and mess, of costly satellite speakers. A 2.4GHz wireless connection lets you place the 6-inch, down-firing powered subwoofer anywhere in the room. Delivering a total system output of over 100 watts RMS, the TVee Model Two adds fantastic sound at an incredible value.

About Boston Acoustics
For over 25 years, Boston Acoustics has remained at the leading edge of audio excellence--designing, manufacturing and marketing innovative high-performance loudspeakers for use in home audio and home theater systems, as well as aftermarket, OEM automotive systems, and custom installations. Highly regarded for creating The Boston Sound, the company commits all of its resources in design, engineering and manufacturing to create superior, competitively priced products that emphasize performance, consistency, reliability and value.

Customer Reviews

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ReToM7
Seemed to work fine when I initially trained it to respond to my TV remote, but then I was only 4 to 5 feet away from the unit.
R. A. Johnson
Sound bar quality is only a bit better than the TV speakers themselves.
Redwood

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

85 of 87 people found the following review helpful By rprice54 on September 13, 2008
Be very clear about this- it is designed to enhance/replace your TV's speakers. It is not a 'virtual' surround bar or a 'surround' system. For me it was perfect. I am trying to keep my room simple. I have the plasma mounted on the wall above the TV. All the components are in the basement controlled via the Next Generation remote extender. I don't want speakers/wires all over the room. But in a big room, the speakers on my TV were terrible. People sounded like they were talking inside a cardboard box. Dialog was tough to hear. I needed something to fix that and this works perfectly.

One nice feature is that it turns on when it senses incoming signal and then turns off a few minutes after you turn off the TV.

The sound is good, almost great. It's plenty loud for my room (16 x 20 living room that opens up to a dining room and 2 story vaulted ceiling). The hookup is simple- TV audio out (or headphone out) to the speaker. Plug it into the wall. Plug the subwoofer into a power outlet and you're done.

I set mine up on the headphone jack and control the volume through the TV. You can set it up to learn your remote in about 5 minutes and control the speaker bar directly with your remote. Very cool. I programmed mine from 12 feet away and it works fine (some reviews posted problems with the remote- most of them programmed up close and then it wouldn't work). But when I mute the internal speakers on my TV I get annoying "Not Available" screens when I use the volume buttons. When it's plugged into the headphone jack the TV still mutes the internal speakers but I get a visual volume bar on the screen. I like having the visual bar.
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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Zerofish on December 1, 2007
I purchased this unit to add umph to the sound of the Plasma TV I purchased (Panasonic TH-42PZ77U 42" Class 1080p Plasma Flat Panel TV and HDTV). The ability to place the subwoofer in a corner without having to run wires is a blessing. And with the subwoofer in a corner you get a good amount of volume. The sound bar itself sits right on top of the Panasonic 42PZ77U firmly. It was easy for the sound bar to learn my TV's remote controls so that now when I turn on the TV the sound bar and subwoofer turn on simultaneously. Of course the volume on the TV remote also controls the volume of the sound bar and subwoofer. Note that this is not surround sound but it adds a great deal of sound to any TV.
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53 of 57 people found the following review helpful By R. Gordon on December 5, 2007
I had TVee up and running in 5 minutes. That's the beauty of this system, it's simplicity. Instead of adding another remote to the fray, the main speaker learns your current remote's volume/mute controls...sweet. Why haven't any other manufacturers thought of that, instead of bundling [not to mention charging extra for] another remote control?

In the world of soundbars, Boston Acoustics has separated themselves from the pack by creating a reasonably priced, excellent sounding, simple system--abstaining from the 'faux' surround sound mantra. Who knew enhanced stereo could sound so good? I've had mine for weeks, and I love it.

Last and definitely not least, let's talk about the WIRELESS SUBWOOFER. Yeah, the wireless subwoofer that is not affected by my wireless network (802.11g), or my cordless phones (5.8GHz). No drops, no clicks, and no hums. Since I plugged it in, I haven't thought about it...until the room rumbles. I have the bass level at 2, and Die Hard 4 sounded amazing!

This system kicks! Put it on your short list--especially if you are dreading running/seeing speaker wires. In my opinion, it's the only contender at this price point.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Your Average American Guy on February 25, 2008
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I bought the Boston Acoustics TVee Speaker to pair with my Panasonic TH-50PX75U which I put in our bedroom. It's a great no-fuss solution to add full sound without having to run wires everywhere (a must in the bedroom).

The soundbar is a simple and clean design that fits well with the black colored tv. I have it sitting on a shelf right underneath the plasma. From taking it from the box, to setting it up and operating it with the remote took 5 minutes. BA got that part right for sure. Soundwise, it is clear and crisp, and decent bass from the woofer. It's not full surround, so if that it what you are looking for, don't buy this. But for this price range, there isn't anything comparable that gives you a solid upgrade over the small underpowered speakers of a flat panel display. Being able to program your tv remote to control the TVee Speaker is a huge bonus. Mine programmed exactly as the instructions said. That being said, there are two quirks that can be a little annoying:
1. If you manually control the volume using the volume buttons on the soundbar, or use the ones on the tv, the volume could get out of sync with the remote (e.g, the tv thinks the volume is turned down all the way, when it's not on the bar). The easiest way to control for that is to either a) make sure your speakers on the tv are turned off, or b) always use the remote to control volume
2. I find you have to be within a range of 10 feet or so in order for the remote to control the volume of the soundbar. The remote works the tv anywhere I am in the room, but only the soundbar if I am within the 10 ft radius. Since I sit in bed 12 feet away, I have to lean forward to control the volume.
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