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Sony S100F 2.0ch Soundbar with Bass Reflex Speaker, Integrated Tweeter and Bluetooth, (HTS100F), easy setup, compact, home office use with clear sound black
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|Audio Output Mode||Surround|
|Speaker Amplification Type||Active|
|Surround Sound Channel Configuration||2.0|
|Speaker Nominal Output Power||60 Watts|
About this item
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- Straight from the theater to your home: easy set-up, built-in tweeter, 2-ch speaker with simple Bluetooth connection
- Deep sound with Bass Reflex speaker
- High power with a slim design that matches any room and is perfect for small living spaces
- Voice enhancement feature is great for TV content with hushed dialogue, or to make conference call participants easier to hear
- Easy TV set up with HDMI ARC
- Hear sound come from all around you with S-Force Pro Front Surround
- In the box: Remote Commander (RMT-AH411U), Batteries for remote commander, Cable (Optical Cable, AC Cord), Wall Mount Template, Warranty Card, Quick Setup Guide, Instruction Manual
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From the manufacturer
Sony Sound bars
What's in the box
The compact, space-conscious chest-s100f soundbar delivers enhanced sound quality, featuring a bass reflex speaker for deeper audio. This soundbar connects easily to a TV with HDMI ARC and brings high quality, room-filling sound with S-Force Pro front surround sound, with the ability to play your favorite music via USB or Bluetooth.
Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2020
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It works great, it good quality but it’s not as loud as the other sound bars that I have. It sound clear and it does the job.
Great sound, good value for the money.
It's connected via HDMI, and the audio is perfectly in sync with the video; that's the main reason I bought this: my other best speaker has been a Bose SoundLink Flex, and my smart TV has never been quite smart enough to neutralize Bluetooth latency.
Which brings me back to the fact that my very small Bose speaker has much better bass response (while maintaining overall perfect clarity) than this sexy plank of a soundbar.
Of course, it you want better bass from Sony, you can always pay more for the separate woofer.
The main reason I'm giving it four stars overall (instead of three) is that it magickally synced with the TV (Amazon Fire) to automatically turn on and off when I turn the TV on and off. Not sure which consumer electronic product is responsible for this, but thank any of the gods that I don't have to keep yet another remote on my end table.
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For us, this is a Godsend. We have a higher end Sony Bravia 42” LED flatscreen TVs purchased in 2010. From day one we used this TV permanently connected to an ex excellent audio system, bypassing it’s internal speakers. We have now purchased a 65” Sony Bravia to replace that set and moved the old one to the bedroom. There, we began to use for the first time with it’s internal speakers, and we’re very disappointed with their sound quality. (But we are used to the very best sound). That TV has rear firing speakers and this was no doubt a concern to our neighbour on the other side of our townhomes shared wall.
This Sony sound bar has made a huge difference to the sound quality. It’s front firing, aside from a single rear port for bass reinforcement. This port can be padded down with a foam plug (not included) if desired to reduce its effect on neighbours. It beats the TV’s internal speakers hands down x10. But .... It’s ideally suited to bedroom use. It is NOT a replacement for a dedicated audio system of good quality. It will play loud if desired, but critically to us it plays super clear at low volumes.
I suspect that many negative reviews here are from people with unreasonable expectations. It’s NOT a boo box, and frankly a device of this size will never produce earth shaking bass. Physics dictate that. Importantly is does not EXAGGERATE bass.
As for connectivity using Bluetooth, and sound quality using music devices, I cannot say. We bought it sold for television use. I wouldn’t expect this to provide HiFi quality music reproduction.
It’s pricier than many of the Asian designed and built ones, but well worth it. It’s a real bargain compared to many of the higher priced brand name ones that are 2 and 3 times the cost.
This is not sour grapes on her decision but I honestly cannot hear any improvement whatsoever by switching between internal and external. She says she likes it. Tinny, no bass whatsoever although Bluetooth is a bit better for some bass but the vocals are too crisp for me, yeah the voices are clear watching TV, but really not much better than the TV speakers. The sounds modes are essentially ineffective. The remote is not compatible with My Rogers Ignite after over an hour of entering codes so I have to use 2 remotes. She insists that she loves the sound. I have desktop speakers that sound much, much better. I have three Sony 5.1 systems in bedrooms and want to have the mess of speakers and cables gone while maintaining at least some ooomph. I would return it but I threw out the boxing because recycling day was yesterday. I am now stuck with it and the situation. Sometimes brand names mean very little. I will be buying more but without spousal involvement.
I'm an audio/video professional. Save your money unless your TV is an absolute junker.