Soundcore Infini Mini Soundbar by Anker, 2.0 Channel, 21-Inch, Bluetooth Audio, Optical Input for TV, Music & Movie Sound Modes, Local & Remote Controls, for Living Room, Bedroom, and Dorm
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- 21 Inches of Room-Filling Sound: Infini Mini's two full-range drivers and bass port fuel immersive cinema sound, while its compact build makes it the perfect fit for smaller spaces.
- Adapt Your Audio: Music and movie modes tailor sound output to your entertainment.
- Multiple Input Options: Use the optical or AUX cables to connect to your TV, or use Bluetooth to stream content directly from your mobile devices.
- Easy to Use: Conveniently control via the remote or built-in buttons.
- What You Get: Soundcore Infini Mini, power adapter, remote control, 2 × AAA batteries, 1.5 m RCA to 3.5mm stereo audio cable, 1.5 m digital optical cable, 2 × wall mount screw plugs and screws, user manual, our worry-free 18-month warranty, and friendly customer service.
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Hear it, Feel it
At Soundcore, we break the illusion that one of the best sound is out of reach, stuck behind enormous price tags or decades of brand heritage.
- Incredible sound is at your fingertips and it’s ready to move you.
By packing cinema-sound into a compact 21-inch casing, Infini Mini enhances your TV or computer’s audio without taking up precious space. Select from music or movie modes to tailor the sound and fully immerse yourself in the theatre experience.
- Flexible Placement
- Room-Filling Audio
- Music and Movie Modes
- Wireless and Wired Inputs
- Remote Control and Built-In Buttons
Digital Optical Cable
Connect Infini Mini with your TV for high quality audio.
Pair with any Bluetooth device and stream music, podcasts, and more.
Use the AUX cable to connect Infini Mini to any compatible device.
Soundcore Infini Mini
Space-Saving Cinema Sound.
Amplify Your Audio
Infini Mini's dual full-range drivers and bass port enhance your TV's audio to fill cozy bedrooms and compact spaces with huge cinema sound.
Infini Mini's low profile and compact, 21-inch length ensure it can be placed almost anywhere. Position it discreetly in front of your TV or computer screen, or attach it to the wall using the provided mounts.
Tailor Your Sound
Infini Mini's sound modes use a digital signal processor to automatically adjust and optimize sound output. Movie mode strengthens the bass and treble for a more cinematic experience, while music mode offers clear, well-balanced highs, lows, and mids.
Multiple Input Options
Use the optical or RCA to 3.5 mm stereo audio cables to connect Infini Mini to your TV to enjoy your favorite shows, movies, and video games. Alternatively, use Bluetooth to wirelessly stream music, podcasts, and more from your mobile device. .
Use the remote to switch between input modes, adjust the volume, select a sound mode and more. For even greater versatility, Infini Mini's built-in buttons also give you direct access to its features. .
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Next, let me give a bit of context on myself in terms of comparisons on audio (which they were unaware of). I have two full surround systems in my home: A Pioneer Elite SC-LX901 11.2 ATMOS setup with Monitor Audio Silvers and dual SVSubwoofer 39" tubes on my main TV, and a 7.2 Sony Receiver with Energy Take 5.1 series (with two additional centers for L and R) on my secondary system. My expectations for an audio system are ... more than your average home listener. I literally listened to over a dozen speakers with the Pioneer head before selecting the monitors because I like the combined clarity and warmth (and because the Boston Acoustic References were just way out of my price range at the time).
The above being said, I'm generally very pleased with this little sound bar.
In terms of response, these little speakers are really surprising: most tiny speakers are very lacking in their mid-tones, becoming screechy and falsely thumpy. This little bar really bridges those mids much much better than expected (much like BOSE systems, the sound quality and frequency response is surprising). The bass response is better than you'd expect, but not incredible (there is a next size up on this bar that I made the effort to find and listen to and it's really impressive in this regard, actually).
In terms of VOLUME, it gets loud, but it struggles to fill space the way a "real" speaker system will - this is purely a limitation of the size of the drivers.
Staging is exceptional for a bar system - you get not only a sense of left and right, but actual depth in the sound stage. This was really the most incredible aspect of this little bar for me.
Connectivity is my biggest complaint: it comes with an optical cable and mini-din to rca, which is nice, but it lacks ARC on HMDI - which is really odd for a soundbar to me (again, the next model up has this). The bluetooth works very well without noticeable lag or dropout. I'd also really like a USB power input (this would enable you to use this as a portable speaker with an Anker battery backup) - it'd be fantastic to have the staging this bar offers while on the beach.
In all, I think this bar is good for a smaller space like a bedroom or office where "real" surround sound is overkill but you still need better response than tinny TV speakers. The staging and response are truly great. If you want to use HDMI and ARC or you like more BASS, the next size up of this speaker is worth the extra cost.
I really really hope they add USB power input in future revisions because it would be a killer beach sound system (I've used it by my pool, and despite struggling to fill large rooms, the staging is still very good outdoors if you're within about 15 feet).
I pulled a star for two reasons: first I'm a real audiophile and I just can't 5-star a system that lacks the space filling capability of a "full system", and second the lack of ARC on HDMI is just strange on a soundbar to me.
Price: As far as sound bars go, it's not bad. However at $79.99 that price seems a tad steep. A $60.00 Priceline might seem a bit more reasonable.
Performance: OK this is NOT going to fill a large room, or garage(Man Cave). Now it doesn't mean you can't throw it on, and still add some boost to your TV. Since most TV speakers are lousy and positioned horribly, this sound bar will definitely improve that, especially in the Mids. Lows (Bass) and Highs are minimal. Probably more well suited for a guest room , bed room, office.