|Brand Name||Polk Audio|
|Item Weight||12.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.3 x 13.4 x 3.2 inches|
|Item model number||MagMini|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Output Wattage||150 watts|
|Specification Met||Energy Star|
Polk Audio MagniFi Mini Home Theater Sound Bar System
- Crystal clear dialogue with Polk Voice Adjust technology
- Wireless music streaming. Works with any TV, cable box or satellite IR remote control. There’s no need for two remotes
- Optimized movie, music, and Sport EQ settings
- Ultra-compact size
- Night mode-one button Lowers the bass and increases Voice Adjust delivering clear dialogue all without raising the Master volume.
- NOTE: Check User Guide on Technical Specification before use
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From the manufacturer
At less than 15 inch long, MagniFi Mini can fit almost anywhere
Polk. Expect Great Sound.
Having built our reputation as 'The Speaker Specialists' for more than 40 years, we take pride in our superior sound and build quality, which features many patented and award-winning audio innovations. For the people of Polk, building audio products is not just a job—it’s a passion. And if you’re going to remember one thing, remember this: We live by the truest principle of what audio should deliver—great sound at an affordable price for everyone!
Polk MagniFi Mini Home Theater Sound Bar System
Huge Polk Sound From a Mini Sound Bar
The MagniFi Mini home theater sound bar system delivers the big room-filling audio and surround sound experience you’d expect from a full-size sound bar—all in an ultra-compact design that fits any space. Enjoy best-in-class audio with Polk’s exclusive Voice Adjust technology that dramatically increases vocal clarity and volume level for crystal clear dialogue no matter what you’re watching. Plus, our patented surround technology and Dolby Digital 5.1 decoding creates incredible room-filling surround sound all from a sound bar that is less than 15 inch long. Compatible with nearly all TVs, the universal sound bar works with your TV, cable box or satellite IR remote control and features simple setup in minutes with the included HDMI (ARC) cable. The powerful wireless subwoofer delivers deep impactful bass to your favorite movies, TV, games, sports and music too. And if volume’s too loud during late night viewing, Night Mode lets you easily watch your favorite programs at night without waking the neighbors or other family members in your home. What’s more, bring the concert into your room with wireless music streaming via WiFi, Google Home using Chromecast Audio, and Bluetooth. Whatever you do, just don’t let the MagniFi Mini’s small size fool you—this is that big Polk sound you love from a little bar.
Massive Surround Sound
Six driver array and the included powerful wireless subwoofer create immersive surround sound via 5.1 Dolby Digital and exclusive Polk SDA digital surround technology.
Fits tight spaces and still delivers big, room-filling audio. Don’t let the size fool you—this small sound bar outperforms bars 3X its size.
Polk Voice Adjust Technology
Customize the voice levels in the sound bar however you prefer to reproduce clear, crisp dialogue and never miss a single word of your favorite movie, TV show or sporting event.
The only Mini Sound Bar with a Subwoofer - and it's Wireless
The MagniFi Mini sound bar and included wireless subwoofer reproduce deep bass impact you can feel, creating a room-filling and immersive home theater and music listening experience.
Wireless Streaming with Google Home and Bluetooth
Stream music directly from your smartphone, tablet or other compatible device. Choose from millions of songs from popular music services like Google Play Music, Spotify and Pandora, or catch up on current events with NPR podcasts.
Works with any TV, cable box or satellite IR remote control—there’s no need for two remotes.
Easy Setup (all cables included)
Get up and running in minutes, the included HDMI (ARC) and optical cables let you plug the sound bar directly into the TV—power-up and you’re ready to go.
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|Built-In Media||soundbar, subwoofer, IR remote, (2) AAA batteries, HDMI cable, optical cable, power cable for soundbar and subwoofer||Remote control and batteries6’ (1.8m) Optical cableTwo power cords and sound bar power supplyQuick Start GuideRegistration card||speakers, warranty, manual, remote, batteries||Pyle Psbv200Bt 300 Watt Bluetooth Soundbar, Wireless Remote Control.||SoundTouch 300 soundbar, universal remote||Soundbar Speaker, Remote Control, Audio Cable, Power Adapter|
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|Speaker Type||Soundbar||Surround||Surround||Auxilliary (3.5mm), Bluetooth, Infrared (Remote), RCA, USB||Surround||Soundbar|
The Magnify Mini delivers the big, room-filling home theater experience you'd expect from a full-size sound bar in an ultra-compact design. Compatible with most TVs, it's easy to set up and Features Polk's voice adjust and surround sound technologies, ensuring crystal clear dialogue and immersive surround sound-plus an included wireless subwoofer for Deep bass impact you can feel. Stream your favorite music through Bluetooth and google cast.
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Everything is still great and honestly even better. After adding a PS4 to the mix yesterday, I decided to quit procrastinating and re-configure the cables to test HDMI ARC (previously used optical input). NOW, after nearly 8+ months, I have an on-screen volume indicator again instead of relying on the sound bar LEDs and the sound quality is even more amazing (Dolby D+/DTS used with TV, bitstream DTS w/PS4) If your TV supports HDMI ARC, take advantage of it with this sound bar. I’ve also since ditched the tiny, stroke inducing OEM remote for the sound bar plus 2 others and programmed everything through a Harmony Ultimate remote. All the thumbs up!
I bought this product with my own hard-earned salary and have gained no reward or free crap from a 3rd party for leaving this review...sorry it's kind of a novel :)
It has been 6 months since purchasing the MagniFi mini and I'll have to say I have gotten quite a bit of well welcomed, unexpected bang for my buck. I was skeptical at first thinking that one tiny bar and sub couldn't possibly give me a believable theater sound experience...WRONG!!! The coolest part about the sound is that even though the bar is positioned in front of me, underneath my TV, the sound "feels" submersive like it's coming from all around the room.
The main bar speaker is heavy as a brick, very well made. The down-firing sub is quite light, very well-made and fits just about anywhere. There is, however, quite the learning curve when it comes to figuring out your optimal audio settings. You'll be tweaking the your TV's audio out settings for a while before finding the sweet spot. Also, getting used to knowing the what the colored lights on the speaker front were telling me was different especially when being used to seeing a visual indicator on the TV. It took about a month to finally work the kinks out of the TV's audio out setting situation and find the optimal setting for at least 3 out of the 4 things I have connected to the speaker.
I honestly don't think I've been able to use this speaker to the potential I have no doubts it has like really crank it up to an ignorant level, but I can say that when I have turned it up (using just the optical input) like for a PlayStation game or streaming movies with my TV audio out setting to Dolby+/DTS, there's a TON of power behind that set-up. 99% of the time I stream content from TV apps (Pandora/Netflix/Amazon Prime Video/E! Now etc.) Sound is amazingly balanced and has rarely required any tweaks from the remote. Quiet movies like Moonlight was a bit of a nightmare, but I watched that the night I got the speaker and hadn't figured things out yet. I also replaced the puny factory wire with a high quality/premium optical cable and noticed a richer improvement in the sound quality. Bluetooth streaming quality is equally as amazing. I've tested streaming from my iPhone, a couple old Androids and my Mac. Each one worked equally as well and pairing was effortless. My U-verse cable box takes up the only ARC HDMI port on the TV so I have yet to test the sound quality from TV over ARC to the speaker. Pretty sure it's excellent though. Once I do get to test that I'll come back and update if anything significant comes out of it. My one gripe with inputs is, for example, channel changes or changing content while streaming. There's a sound delay that takes takes several seconds to resume unless you trigger it manually by mashing a volume button. It's slightly annoying and I keep wondering if this is remedied by using ARC HDMI...I'll test it eventually.
On the other side of the review token, audio when watching cable TV (AT&T U-verse) has always been and continues to be a butt pain. I'm not blaming the speaker system at all because I'm betting the U-verse cable box is the problem, it just needs to be upgraded...old tech + new tech=all kinds of weird sometimes. Some channels apparently only support certain audio formats over optical. The main issues are that some channels will have no sound until I change the TV audio out setting to plain Dolby+ (no DTS). Or, others will be so quiet I have to crank it to 11 to hear anything then get then need a change of pants once a commercial comes on because it'll blare so loud that the rest of the city will know what I'm watching. At this point, I know which channels are borked and avoid them. Meh. No biggie.
Last gripe is the remote. Whoever thought of this design should've called in sick that day. #1) It's not very responsive. You have to point it directly at the speaker or else nothing is going to happen. It's mainly the scalloped/flat buttons that have major responsive issues. Mute button is the wrong place so when you need to quickly cut the sound and it takes 3-4 presses before it actually works. Volume Up and Down are both scalloped out. In a perfect remote world, Volume Up should be raised so you can feel the difference in your hand without looking. If you aren't pressing in exactly the right spot, you're gonna do the opposite of what you intend. Very annoying. Then there's the speaker LED's. Gauging the number of clicks to change the volume level remains a mystery so I STILL have to look at the lights to know my remote press registered (which isn't always do-able depending on where I am in the room). It always 1 click to display the sound level LED's then 4-6 clicks to actually affect the volume level. I could count for clicks forever and it'd never end up being the same ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ I've eliminated these issues entirely by just programming the speaker on my Harmony remote. Bam...perfection anywhere.
Since my purchase 6 months ago, the price has gone dropped to $199 so I kinda wish I had waited, but I needed an audio upgrade immediately back then. This product was very well worth the original $269 price tag, though. Don't hesitate on getting your hands on this little system! I always pre-search major purchases until it becomes ridiculous, but there's really no need if you're looking for awesome audio quality, high product quality and ease of use. You will NOT be disappointed especially at this new lower price, it's pretty much an un-pass-up-able* steal! (*wonder how many scrabble points that word would gimme :P)
I knocked out two stars because, as some other reviewers said, the soundbar is always hot to the touch. I would understand if it was hot during operation, but the system is ALWAYS hot even it has been unused for a long time, even days. Then, it means its always on.
I am concerned about long-term durability of the electronics. Will be contacting Polk about it and if there is no fix, its going back.
This thing sounds so good that I put back the stars. I was contacted by Polk and they reassured me that the warming is normal. I am keeping it :)
Now,finally the Polk Magnifi Mini....Well,I think it's great,the sound is clean and the bass is satisfactory not amazing (wish it were). It seems to get better sounding the more I play them,guess it's the speakers being broken in over time. Connectivity is great,my Samsung Tv picked up the soundbar one time and the tv remote worked without me having to do anything.I'm happy with the buy but I do have a small living room so it fills my needs perfectly. The Polk Magnifi Mini,I believe are better than the Bose solo with the wireless sub-woofer and many other soundbars within the $200-$400 range. You really can't go wrong with these bad boys but be warned it's not for large rooms but will be fine in small to mid size rooms. The last thing I will say about these speakers are that they are really clean sounding and play better as time passes by.
But if I had a bigger living room space and was on a budget I would have probably bought the Vizio as it's louder and the bass booms.You get real 5.1 surround speakers that work well from the Vizio soundbar with the surround speakers.
Update 9/27/2017 - I experienced a problem where the subwoofer stopped working properly. It had to be re-synced every time the soundbar was turned off and then back on. A single call to Polk customer service resulted in them sending a new system immediately. The new system is working as it should. So, not only does the MagniFi Mini get 5 stars, so does Polk customer service.
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