|Item Weight||8.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.2 x 42.4 x 3.8 inches|
|Item model number||DECOR MAPLE|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Ion batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Speaker Type||Subwoofer, Satellite|
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VIZIO S4251W-B4B 5.1-Inch Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer and Satellite Speakers
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|Screen Size||42 Inches|
|Operating System||IOS, Android|
|Item Weight||8.9 Pounds|
|Total USB Ports||1|
|Connectivity Technology||Bluetooth, USB, Auxillary|
About this item
- SLEEK ELEGANT & FUNCTIONAL - Alphasonik Introduces the modern accent table. Standing 25 inches tall, this contemporary accent piece compliments any modern setting perfectly. Featuring sleek piano black finish wrapped in black fabric. This table features a powerful built-in Bluetooth speaker and wireless Qi charging for enabled smart devices. The table itself has a large rechargeable battery so you can move it around for wireless use
- 360° BLUETOOTH SPEAKER - 10 state of the art drivers! 4 speakers, 2 tweeters and 4 passive radiators (bass) are wrapped behind the fabric producing crystal clear audio. This table produces a 360° full stereo effect producing massive audio to fill any sized room
- Qi WIRELESS CHARGING - The future is wireless. A built in wireless charger allows you to simply set your smart device on top of the Qi symbol on the center of the tabletop and it will begin charging your smart device. Compatible with all wirelessly enabled devices like iPhone, Samsung and more. Please note that Wireless charging only works when your phone is not covered with a protective case
- ALL THE PORTS - Two USB ports and AUX port are conveniently placed on the back side without sacrificing design. You can use the ports to power devices that require a cable or play music from any device using the included AUX cable
- QUICK & EASY INSTALLATION - Only 3 piece set up required and you're ready to enjoy within minutes
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42" / 107 cm
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Technology you can feel!
The table comes equipped with 2 USB ports, an AUX input, and a DC 16V power chord to charge the table itself so it can be moved to any location in the room with no worry of having to plug it in like most charging tables.
- Wireless Charging: 5W (5V 1A)
- Battery Powered Playing Time: Up to 5 hours
- Charging Time: Up to 4 hours
- Diameter: 16"
- Height: 24"
- Material: MDF, linen
Introducing the All New Alphasonik Decor Bluetooth Speaker Table with QI Wireless Charging
Technology and Style finally meet!
Modernize your living room, patio, or bedroom with this wireless charging, Bluetooth speaker Alphasonik Décor table which features a contemporary design and durable construction. With a single charger built in to the surface, customers can power their phone battery by simply placing it down, no cords needed! The Alphasonik Décor charging table has a multiple finish options that blend well with any color decoration.
- Rated Voltage: DC 16V 3A
- Max Consumption: 34W
- Internal Li-Ion Battery: 6600mAh
- Bluetooth Frequency: 2.402-2.480GHz
- Power Output: 88W
- Frequency Range: 90Hz-18kHz
- Bluetooth Version: 4.2
- Bluetooth Distance: 10m/33ft
Styligh Without Losing Quality Features
Looks Good Anywhere
With the sleek design of this conspicuous table bluetooth speaker, you can place it anywhere your fashion senses desire!
The Décor is very easy to build since all you have to do is screw on the 3 legs. The simple and elegant design offers unbelievable sound with a built in large audio driver that offers full high definition stereo sound and as well as a rear facing subwoofer that provides enhanced bass! The 6,600mAh Li-ion batteries along with leading power technology combine to provide you with 24 hours of non-stop music!
Sleek and Elegant
This one of a kind, sleek, elegant, yet technologically advanced piece of furniture will become your favorite without a doubt. Here at Alphasonik we strive to be a step ahead and this is our personal invitation to have the next best product of the future.
Modernize your living room, patio, or bedroom with this Alphasonik wireless Bluetooth speaker Decor table with built-in wireless Qi charging station which features a contemporary design and durable construction. With a wireless Qi charger built in to the tabletop surface, you can charge your phone battery by simply placing it on the table - no cords needed! The Alphasonik Decor Bluetooth speaker charging table has multiple finish options that blend well with any color decoration. The table comes equipped with 2 USB ports, an AUX input, and a DC 16V power cord to charge the table itself so it can be moved to any location with no worries of having to plug it in like most charging devices. The Alphasonik Decor is ideal for indoor or outdoor, formal or informal settings. Enjoy the luxury of charging your phone wirelessly as well as 2 additional devices with a cord all while enjoying the meticulous design of the Bluetooth speaker embedded in the table! One port is a standard 5V 1A while the other is a fast charging enabled 5V 2.1A port. And for non-Bluetooth devices, this smart table has a 3.5mm AUX port which can play songs from any device. Other than wireless charging and Bluetooth, this table also comes with other features such as Auto Shut Off and Bluetooth wireless calling! The Decor is very easy to put together since all you have to do is screw on the 3 legs. The simple and elegant design offers unbelievable sound with 10 built in large audio drivers that offer full high definition stereo sound and provides enhanced bass! The 6,600mAh Li-ion batteries along with leading power technology combine to provide you with 24 hours of non-stop music! This one of a kind, sleek, elegant, yet technologically advanced piece of furniture will become your favorite without a doubt. Here at Alphasonik we strive to be a step ahead and this is our personal invitation for you to have the next best product in your household.
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Reviewed in the United States on April 6, 2015
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Quality of Equipment: I seen the optical cable that came with the unit. I am glad I got the more robust cable from amazon. The optical it comes with while will work and do it's job looks and feels like it must be handled delicately. It's really easy to connect the sound bar to the sub and the same goes for the sub to the rear satellites (there's lights on both bar and sub to indicate pairing is taking place on each end). I do wish the wires were thicker from the sub to satellite, but so far no issues. Got the rears on a pair of Atlantic mounts. Almost didn't have the parts to get them planted on them but I managed to fasten it without it looking messy (looks amazing actually). It was also a real pain to feel the wires through the stand, but other than that I'm pleased. The satellite wires have an elbow on one side that's for the speakers and a straight out for the sub connection. The atlantic stands will do a good job to protect the weight of the satellites and keep them upright and impossible to tip over. The remote has no backlit screen so viewing in the dark even with the tv on is nearly impossible. The remote feels cheaply built too and reminds me a lot of an old sanyo tube tv remote i had that broke once after being dropped and was easy to pull apart from afterward.
Mounting: After mounting the soundbar above the tv using drywall anchors (not included) it looks like the top of sound bar has a natural 2 or 3 degree forward tilt going on which is perfect. You'll want to measure the mounting screw holes of the diagram before you use it to trace the wall. My wall mount diagram for the sound bar was off by 1/8 of an inch. It makes an annoying difference when you're trying to line up the wholes to attach it to the wall. Use two people though, it's just too long for one person to manage especially if the tv is already in place.
Sound: Whether mounted above the 60 I got for it or sitting in front the 32 it sounded great. The other cool thing about it is that the surround is loud enough to hear clearly anywhere in the apartment that has connecting open space. If I go into the bedroom it's muffled and dampened enough that another person could take a nap. With that test I would say you'll probably max out (in most apartments or rooms - i live in a corner of a building complex) the sound around 3 dots resting on average for 2.5 dots for movies with explosions or awesome video game experiences. For the casual upgrade from the tv's sound you'll probably want 1.5 to 2 dots of volume. It really fills the room completely. Once on tv, somebody was knocking on a door. Since the noise occurred with the door off camera, I thought it was the other tenants knocking on the back wall that I shared with the stairwell to the basement especially since it was kind of late. It was actually coming from the rear left-channel. I didn't figure that out until the main character of the story opened the front door. I still went and checked the stairwell to be sure.
Functionality: Besides the lack of hdmi pass-through, the level of inputs is satisfactorily. Bluetooth I don't believe is 5.1 for reasons of which I am unaware. It does utilize the sub if it is wirelessly connected to the bar though. The remote display allows you to tweak the sub pressence, 2.1 or 5.1 functionality, stereo to 5.1 conversion (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), ecopower = which turns the equipment off after no use time period expires, night mode which reduces the bass of speakers and sub, plus has bluetooth controls like a headset for pause/play, skip, etc. One thing to note might be the is that you'll probably never hear anything at .5 dots and sometimes impossible to hear 1.0 dot. You almost always need at least 1.5 dots of volume. There's a small lag in the time it takes for the sound bar to turn off and you pushing the power button, but if you start with the sound and then do the tv power, you'll never notice. The remote allows for some of the key functions to be performed by your tv remote like volume up or down. There's a tru sound option which I guess makes sure the content is at the correct sound level (like possibly for different channels - I always leave this on).
Test Enviroment: 12 ft x 12 ft living space with rear satellites on either side of a 3-seater sofa. Sub in corner of room laid out exactly as directed by the instruction manual. Soundbar on plush carpet, 19 inch tv stand, and finally a little over 6ft from floor mounted to wall. Amazonbasics Digital Optical Toslink cable connected from soundbar to tv. Videogames and netflix through hdmi from xbox 360 to tv. Android phone Verizon Galaxy Note 2 for bluetooth streaming. Used PowerAmp as music player app. Power comes from two individual surge protectors from triplite.
Recommendations: Turn sub down and possibly base down or volume down in general when listening to bluetooth from phone. Always start with 1.5 dots volume when changing content from tv to external speakers. Any new speakers need to overcome a break-in period especially the sub so don't go for the explosions at high volume right away if you want to have these things sound awesome for a long time.
Overall, I'm very much impressed by the system. The issue with the diagram was annoying but there was no need to run wires through the walls or hide them along the walls. I didn't need a separate receiver. Is it possible to get better sound from using a receiver and quality speakers and wire? Probably especially with 4k on it's way. Will you notice the change in such a way that it makes sense for the increase in sound to cost about $150 extra or more? For apartment people - you must be crazy. For sound people and home owners - might as well but you'll have to tell me how much fun it is to deal with all of them wires.
Wish I had done this before. No complicated wires or menu setups. VERY easy. I mounted this above the TV due to clearance issues, and I think that actually made the sound better as it put the speaker on the level of the 2 surrounds.
YAY! nothing to trip on or have to otherwise accomodate.
The remote is totally gouge! This would have been near impossible to make it work so well without it. You can also program your TV remote to control the bar (but it might require turning off your TV speakers, which I was not savvy enough to figure out even after pouring over multiple on screen menus).
Although we love to have the best possible sound from music and movies, we cannot afford what it takes to justify audiophile quality speakers (i.e., separate audio room specifically designed to optimize high end speakers), but these are perfect. Price range is appropriate and speakers seem to be built well. Though really, if you don't have a dedicated room, why go to the expense of purchasing said speakers for 'just' your living room (unless that living room is not like ours which was built in 1977 and is attached to the kitchen- bad acoustics).
Excellent. The first night we were watching a movie, I kept turning my head thinking the background sounds were coming from our house (was just the right decibel level such that it actually felt like background noise). It was a little disconcerting at first, but made the surround sound experience that much nicer. Subwoofer is nice too. It doesn't blow out your ears, but you can definitely feel it. It seems to have been well paired with the speakers. The overall sound is fantastic. It makes me want to find a movie with distinctive three dimensional audio just to hear it.
General setup: Subwoofer power cable is much shorter than I needed, but then that is why extension cords were born.
The thing that made me absolutely nuts, was trying to find a place to put or mount the surround speakers. Although I had older stands as well as new ones recommended by Amazon (Atlantic Satellite 77305018 2 Speaker Stands (Black)), none of the hardware (securing screws) fit the mounting hole in the back of each speaker, and with no other way to mount it, I had to klooge together a fix. Although those stands are actually pretty nice, they are designed for larger bookshelf speakers and because I didn't want the mounting hardware of the stand to stick out past the front of the speaker, I had to use the provided sticky tape and another screw (s) I found in our stash of extra nuts and bolts, that 'sort of' fit. The holes are much smaller than the standard mounts on most speakers this size (and smaller than the included screws in the stand package), so be prepared to get others.
For one TV, I used generic mounts to put it above the TV. It is 'ok', but seems like the least stable place for it, and getting the mounts (Sewell Direct SW-29908 Universal Soundbar Bracket) lined up was a major PITA (and it is still a bit canted). It also is a bit distracting to have space (where you can see the mounts) between the top of the TV and the sound bar, but due to the mounting holes on the back, and the maximum allowable space of the bar, I wasn't able to get it closer. We have a 36" (I think) flat screen, so maybe it just isn't large enough. However, you only notice this when you first start using the TV, so it isn't a big deal.
For the other, I just put it on the stand under the TV (no problemo)
For the newer model TV, set up was so easy, even my dachshund could do it (and she doesn't have thumbs).
For the other TV (about 4 years old or more), it took me an hour and a half to figure out how to make it work.
Tips to make your life easier:
INPUT INPUT INPUT: A lot of my initial problems turned out to be figuring out why I wasn't hearing anything when there is so little you can mess up setting the hardware up. Turns out that I hadn't set the input (at all). You have a choice of digital optical, digital coaxial, stereo RCA, stereo mini-jack, and USB, but it doesn't automatically figure out which you are using, so you need so scroll through the input button on the remote (if you can't remember which you selected, just wait for the sound to come through:P) However, they have done a very nice job of idiot proofing this by labeling each input with type and number so you aren't guessing when you set it up via the remote.
If you have your TV hooked up to... say, a Blue-ray with Wi-Fi, make sure that whatever cable you choose to use is compatible with it. Ours only has a digital coax and a digital optical, so the other inputs on the speaker bar are now unusable). This was again, part of my problem with setup. The first TV was setup directly TO the sound bar, but for the other TV, I had to run the input from the blu-ray directly to the sound bar. Since I couldn't figure out how to turn off the TV sound, I ended up having to switch it (and the blu-ray) to PCM mode (which worked fine).
I know many of you might roll your eyes at this next 'revelation', but cut me some slack, I am a wet-bench scientist, not an electrician :P: Yes, it is wireless, but where I got overly excited at not having speaker wires snaking all over the great room floor, I forgot that the subwoofer does need power (yeah, I know... astonishing that it can't get wireless electricity from across the room...), and that means one power cable has to go somewhere to get it.
Also, their troubleshooting guide is helpful (even though it is short), and they have a help desk if you have problems.
Even though I had some minor issues with setup and mounting, this was a far cry from the DENON receiver I removed, and which had 5 Bose speakers and a subwoofer, complete with associated wiring (either too short or too long), which just cluttered the floor.