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Boston Acoustics TVee Model 25 Sound System with Sleek Soundbar and Wireless Subwoofer (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Simple one-wire hookup for analog or digital input.
- Simple remote control learning function - no new remote!
- Dual 1.5" x 6" HHRT drivers, potent 6.5" wireless subwoofer in a vented enclosure. 150 Watts peak system power.
- Optical digital input and Dolby Digital decoding . Digitally Optimized Virtual Surround mode for fantastic movie and TV experience
- Inputs: 1 optical Dolby Digital, 1 RCA stereo, 1 3.5mm mini plug stereo
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The Boston Acoustics TVee Model 25 virtual surround sound speaker system envelops you in rich, room-filling audio. The speaker system delivers clear dialogue for television, cinematic surround sound for movies and gaming, and enhanced stereo for music. Perfectly sized for televisions 32 inches and larger, the plug-and-play set includes a soundbar and wireless subwoofer.
Soundbar Enhances Your TV's Audio
TVee Model 25 offers a plug-and-play solution for televisions that have less-than-spectacular sound. The system is self-powered, meaning it does not require a separate receiver or amplifier. Simply hook it up to enjoy powerful, dynamic audio from your favorite TV shows, movies, games, and music.
Hassle-Free Installation and Remote Control Operation
Installation is easy with the TVee Model 25. Connect the soundbar to your HDTV with just one cable (included), and then mount the soundbar on any wall using its two integrated keyhole wall mounts--no need for separate brackets. For further convenience, the subwoofer is wireless, so you can place it anywhere in your room.
To keep things simple, the soundbar uses your television's remote control for operation. In three easy steps, program your remote to adjust volume, power, input, and music/movie mode.
Digitally Optimized, Realistic Audio
TVee Model 25 features a digital optical input for decoding Dolby Digital audio content. When used with Boston's Digitally Optimized Virtual Surround processing, the soundbar's dual 1-1/2-inch by 6-inch drivers produce sound that's especially crisp and true to life. In addition, the 6-inch down-firing wireless subwoofer delivers deep, powerful distortion-free bass thanks to BassTrac circuitry.
Dedicated Movie and Music Modes
Choose from TVee Model 25's two listening modes to get the best audio experience. Movie mode offers enveloping surround sound that emulates a movie theater environment. Music mode produces concert-quality music playback appropriate for casual listening. Either mode can be used for any type of input or audio.
Connect a Portable Media Device
A 3.5-millimeter auxiliary input on the soundbar's rear panel makes it easy to connect a variety of portable media devices. The TVee Model 25 plays back your favorite music and videos from an iPod or other MP3 player--all with enhanced audio.
The Boston Acoustics TVee Model 25 virtual surround sound speaker system is backed by a limited five-year warranty.
What's in the BoxBoston Acoustics TVee Model 25 soundbar, speaker grille, wireless subwoofer, detachable power cord, analog RCA cable, digital optical cable, owner's manual, and quick-start guide.
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Top Customer Reviews
Now the problems/annoyances:
Given the simplicity of this system, I thought it was going to be very easy to set up. It wasn't, but for reasons I did not anticipate. The grill came with a paper decal affixed to it. It was stuck on there so badly that it took me about 30 minutes to clean it completely. First I manually peeled, then I used a razor blade, then I finally cleaned with Goo-Gone. This was time wasted as you will see below.
Programming would have been easy if you could easily get the speakers to enter programming mode. You have to push the power and volume up button at the exact same time to get it to work. It is very touchy and once you have the volume up button programmed, you better get it right or your ear drums will get a nice beating. I didn't have a problem with the programming instructions, but I believe many people would. In step 3, it tells you to push the volume up button, but really you are supposed to be pushing the button you want to program. This is implied but many people would not get this. (One Tip: it says that programming the listening mode, power, and input source are optional. I wanted to program listening mode so I could switch to streaming music from the couch. I used the "Live" button on the DVR for this command.Read more ›
OK so in store is not a great environment to listen to the full capability of a soundbar but you can get a baseline idea of what it can or cant do in some stores setups. For the best sounding bar with the most bass I have heard in a store personally it was JBL by far. The subwoofer is huge and really hits hard enough to wake the neighbors. That one will also run you 499 to 599. Actually bought the JVC soundbar and brought it home. Sounded good in the store but weak voices in movies made me bring it back. JVC had a wonderful addition of FM radio in it which made me miss it for a while. The JVC also had its problems with a sound level moving up and down too quick. So had to take that model back. I listened to the usual suspects in the store Polk 3000, Polk 6000, Yamaha YAS101, Samsung model, (also worth note I was searching for a upgrade in sound to a Vizio VSB 200 bar) and BA 25 model. The BA model stood out in the store. It was hooked up to a HD TV playing a movie in the FRYs store demo. Along with a few other of these bars. The movie effects on the BA model were clear and natural sounding. The music effects on the BA are pretty good for a sound bar. Not audiophile good but we are talking about very expensive equipment to get much better sound than this soundbar. The sound from the bar itself is not surround sound. I would call it 2.1 surround like it is. Which means it wraps around you frontally and you do not hear any rear sound effects. It has two settings. Surround and Stereo. Stereo is clearer and fuller.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I sent mine back because the woofer would not work. Amazon returns were great tho.Published 1 month ago by brandi
Sub didn't do well and now makes weird hum even when tv is off.Published 3 months ago by Narissa H.
decent sound... but some may find the bass very round and generic.Published 3 months ago by Kazu H.
Remote function worthless. Company does not provide a remote control with product claiming it will be "easier. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Leslie B
The sound is good but remote function has always been very poor at best. Now it just stops working altogether every few hours and I have to get up, turn it off for 2 minutes then... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
these are alright. it's hard to hear dialogue. the bass gets really loud, thoughPublished 7 months ago by Eric Bell