|Item Weight||4.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||29 x 3 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||SB2920-C6|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
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About this item
- 95 dB of room filling, crystal clear sound with less than 1% total harmonic distortion; Sound Bar Frequency: 70 Hertz – 19 KHertz
- Built in Bluetooth lets you lose the wires and listen to your music with a tap of a finger
- Easy upgrade that boosts sound with a powerful punch
- Premium audio with DTS Studio SoundTM, DTS Tru Volume TM and DTS TruSurroundTM
- Easy Setup: Connect the Sound Bar to your TV using 1 of the included cables; Refer user manual for troubleshooting steps.
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New Design, Amazing Sound.
The all-new VIZIO 29” 2.0 Sound Bar offers amazing audio in a compact size making it an attractive addition to any 32”+ class TV.
2.0 Premium Audio.
The 2.0 Sound Bar features two powerful full-range stereo speakers that boost your audio and deliver amazing sound.
Upgrade to premium audio with VIZIO’s 29” 2.0 Sound Bar. Best in class audio performance delivers up to 95 dB of room filling, crystal clear sound with less than 1% total harmonic distortion.
Built-in Bluetooth allows you to wirelessly stream audio from your mobile devices. Lose the wires and listen to your music with a tap of a finger from anywhere in the room.
DTS TruSurround is a virtual surround sound solution that delivers a realistic surround sound environment on sound bars.
DTS TruVolume is a revolutionary solution that provides a consistent and comfortable volume level for a more enjoyable multimedia experience. Simply set the volume once.
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The all-new VIZIO 29" 2.0 Sound Bar offers amazing audio in a compact size. Its sophisticated new design makes it an attractive addition to any 32"+ class TV. Use Bluetooth to stream music from your smartphone, tablet or computer. With everything you need for a quick and easy setup, upgrading to an amazing home theater experience has never been easier - plug the Sound Bar in, connect it to your TV, sit back and enjoy. The 2.0 Sound Bar features two powerful full-range stereo speakers that boost your audio and deliver amazing sound. Streamlined Design VIZIO Sound Bars are crafted to accentuate your TV with a minimalist body style that blends in with any room of your home. VIZIO Sound Bars utilize DTS audio technologies to deliver elevated multi-channel audio for the most immersive sound quality.
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This review comes from the standpoint of an audio "enthusiast," but I would not call myself an audiophile. For the size of this sound bar, I expected much better sound quality. Feeling around through the front mesh, I could tell that they used two ~2.5" drivers towards the outer edges, which is actually not too bad considering the outer dimensions are 3." But to expect any bass at all coming from this size is naive, and maybe that's where I went wrong.
The product description says these will go down to 70 Hz - what a JOKE! It might do 120 Hz at best, and that's being generous. Bass and mid-bass are completely lacking, so if you intend to use these for any type of music which is supposed to have any bass, prepare to be disappointed. If you are using these purely for dialog-centric TV, you may be satisfied if you have the right expectations. I tried watching a few snippets of a movie, some TV, and some music, and everything except for dialog-centric TV was disappointing. If this soundbar cost around $40 I'd consider keeping it, but these are definitely not worth the $75 they are going for now.
Have you noticed that there is no power rating listed anywhere in the description? If you shop for any speaker or amplifier, this is one of the most telling specs to look at. Well, there's a reason for this lack of information. The sound bar comes with a 5 volt, 1 amp power supply! That's 5W, peak! Compare this to a low-end $20 Lepai amplifier which give you two 20W RMS channels and you can see why I was so disappointed. I was hoping that I'd have this nice little contained package with two speakers, an amplifer, and the right inputs, but I'll be going back to looking for a small bookshelf speaker to compliment a Lepy/Lepair amp for my spare room setup.
The only reason this gets 2 stars instead of 1 is because the unit looks fairly nice and the controls and remote work pretty well.
To enable/disable this function, press and hold down the Power button and Volume down buttons on the sound bar for 5 seconds.
I own 2 of these, and am considering buying a 3rd for my parents.
The sound quality is good, and will do for 90% of bedroom or living room theaters--anyone who is an audiophile won't even be viewing this product, so you can assume that includes you.
I like the size (most sound bars are larger) and simplicity.
The remote is small and simple, and is also easy to program into a universal remote such as
I'd actually prefer a smaller soundbar, but I'll take what I can get.
I have seen several people mention that they dislike how the sound bar automatically seems to turn off the moment it stops receiving any audio signal, even if it's very brief. I have even read how some customers ended up returning the product because they couldn't figure out how to turn off this feature. Reading the manual I found the solution where I least expected it. You can turn off this automatic default feature by turning off the VZtv Rmt setting. For some reason, they combined the automatic sound bar turn off with the VIZIO TV remote setting. Anyways, once you turn it off the soundbar no longer automatically turns off when changing channels or in-between custcenes while playing a game.
As for the rest of the product: It's great as long as you plug it in correctly. If you do not see the DOLBY DIGITAL /DTS light when you turn on your sound bar and TV, then it's because your tv is not outputting true 5.1 sound. Yes, your sound bar will automatically create a faux 5.1 surround, but for the real 5.1 quality you will have to connect your soundbar directly to whatever you are using to stream or play movies and not the TV.
Something else I haven't seen other users mention is how shows you may be watching via a streaming service, such as Netflix and Crunchyroll, will not output true 5.1 even though all the settings are set up correctly and the soundbar is lit up with the DOLBY/DTS light. It seems to be because the show you are trying to stream isn't calibrated to output at true 5.1 for whatever reason and you end up not having any output in the satellite speakers. To get around this I take advantage of the previously mentioned faux 5.1 surround that you hear when you connect your soundbar directly to the tv.
This is how my setup works so that I choose between true 5.1 and the faux 5.1 depending on what I'm watching:
I have both my PC and my PS4 connected to my TV.
I have my Sound Bar connected via optical cable to my PS4 for true 5.1, which I use for playing games, movies, and streaming services.
Additionally I have component cables connecting my sound bar to my TV for when something I am streaming on my PS4 isn't outputting true 5.1 and I want to switch to the faux 5.1, or for when I am using my TV to watch content I downloaded on my PC. You will have to change some computer settings to have your PC send audio signal to your TV for the component cables to pickup and send to the Soundbar.
Just use the remote control to switch which input you want to use for sound for what you watching (Optical Cable for true 5.1, Aux for faux 5.1).
You'll want to pump up most of the sound settings from 7 to like 9s and 11s though to get the best sound output.
NOTE:::: When I connected my Sound Bar directly to my PS4, I noticed the TV was no longer in sync to the sound. This was quickly resolved by locating and selecting the "GAME (standard)" viewing mode on my tv. Apparently if your TV has some special effects that it applies to what you are viewing, it may cause the picture to go out of sync with the sound. Selecting the GAME view mode on your TV automatically disables any special effects your TV may be trying to apply so that it resolves any sync issues.
Well that about covers it. I tried to discuss the technical stuff that I didn't see other users mention. It's a great buy and great value. Great product. 5stars.
Top reviews from other countries
The wider 38 inch model (SB3820-C6) does support Dolby Digital decoding. I settled for the 38 inch model, but would have preferred to have the 29 inch model support Dolby Digital because it is the perfect dimensions for my room.