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VIZIO V-Series Sound Bar (VH6)

  • New low-profile design: Packed with performance and a sophisticated new low-profile design that slides beneath your TV for a clean look
  • Powerful Full-Range Speakers: 3 full-range speakers in the sound bar create brilliant clarity.
  • Low-Profile Surround Speakers: Complete immersion with discreet, low-profile surround speakers that are volume adjustable to your preference.
  • Optimized for 4K HDR content with Dolby Audio™ Bring out the best audio performance from your 4K HDR content with Dolby Audio™ when connected through HDMI.
  • Loud and Clear: The 96dB sound pressure level and 50Hz – 20kHz frequency range deliver dynamic and accurate Sound.
  • DTS® Virtual:X™: Enhances any content with room-filling, floor-to-ceiling virtualized 3D sound.
  • 5” Wireless Subwoofer: Place the wireless subwoofer anywhere in the room to add deep booming bass.
  • Voice Assistant Input: Use our voice to control your Alexa, Siri, or Google Assistant devices through the sound bar with a dedicated Aux or Persistent Bluetooth connection.
  • Sours: https://www.target.com/p/vizio-v-seriessound-bar-vh6/-/A

    You probably already shelled out good money for a nice big TV and maybe a streaming gadget to play your Netflix. But it doesn't matter how large your screen is or how much it cost—the speakers in your TV probably sound awful. 

    You'd be surprised by how much more you enjoy those shows with a halfway decent soundbar or surround system hooked up to your primo panel. Explosions pop, dialog sounds far crisper, and you may even notice sonic details in your favorite films that you’ve never picked up on before.

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    Why You Need a Soundbar

    We have yet to test a new TV that didn't sound crummy without some kind of audio accessory added. That's mostly due to the way televisions are designed. Great-sounding speakers are bulky, and as TVs have gotten thinner, with shrinking bezels and sleeker designs, manufacturers are having a harder time building good speakers into them.

    If you can afford to spend $ on a new soundbar with a subwoofer, it’s essential to getting the most out of your viewing experience. To help, we put together this list of the best soundbars we've tested, including soundbars sold on their own as well as models that come bundled with a subwoofer. We've also compiled some advice on how to make the most of your purchase.

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    Sours: https://www.wired.com/gallery/best-soundbars/
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    The 4 Best Vizio Soundbars of Reviews

    The best Vizio soundbar we've tested is the Vizio Elevate. This setup offers a unique design with sides that automatically rotate upwards when you watch Dolby Atmos or DTS:X content, which helps create a wide, focused soundstage to really immerse you in your audio. It's impressively well-built, with a slightly bass-heavy default sound profile that adds extra thump and punch to your mix. You can also use the bass and treble adjustments, as well as the four EQ presets, to tweak its sound profile more to your liking, which can be handy if you prefer a more neutral sound. This bar gets loud, and it offers incredible wireless playback capabilities, so you can wirelessly stream audio from your phone to the bar over Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Chromecast built-in. There are also two Full HDMI In ports that let you use the bar as a hub between your different devices, and you can also use it to passthrough the highest bandwidth signals.

    Unfortunately, this soundbar doesn't come with a room correction feature, so it can sound a bit different depending on the room you use it in. It also lacks more premium sound enhancement features like a graphic EQ, which can be disappointing if you want more control over its sound profile. Also, while this bar gets loud enough to use at crowded parties, there's some distortion present at max volume. That said, this bar offers an incredible mixed usage performance, and it ranks among the best soundbars we've tested.

    See our review

    Sours: https://www.rtings.com/soundbar/reviews/vizio
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    VIZIO 20" Home Theater Sound Bar with Integrated Deep Bass (SBn)

  • Ultra-Compact Design - Experience the performance of larger, more complex home theater systems in a simple, ultra-compact solution designed to fit anywhere and blend seamlessly into any environment.
  • Bold Performance - Experience rich, clear sound with up to 91dB of total SPL output for performance that belies its size.
  • Essential Connectivity & Control - Get setup and listening in seconds with the included cables plus Bluetooth connectivity for wireless streaming of your favorite music and podcasts.
  • Channel Sound - Experience a powerful room-filling, true stereo experience ideal for movies, music, and gaming.
  • Full-Range Speakers - 2 full-range speakers in the sound bar provide rich, clear sound.
  • 70Hz – 20kHz Frequency Response Hear what the artist intended and more with a wide, natural frequency response.
  • 91dB Loudness - Experience startling dynamics with minimal distortion or compression.
  • DTS Virtual:X™ - Make any content, in any room, more immersive with floor-to-ceiling, virtualized 3D sound.
  • Sours: https://www.target.com/p/viziohome-theater-sound-bar-with-integrated-deep-bass-sbn/-/A

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    The 4 Best Vizio Soundbars of 2021 Reviews

    The best Vizio soundbar we've tested is the Vizio Elevate. This 5.1.4 setup offers a unique design with sides that automatically rotate upwards when you watch Dolby Atmos or DTS:X content, which helps create a wide, focused soundstage to really immerse you in your audio. It's impressively well-built, with a slightly bass-heavy default sound profile that adds extra thump and punch to your mix. You can also use the bass and treble adjustments, as well as the four EQ presets, to tweak its sound profile more to your liking, which can be handy if you prefer a more neutral sound. This bar gets loud, and it offers incredible wireless playback capabilities, so you can wirelessly stream audio from your phone to the bar over Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Chromecast built-in. There are also two Full HDMI In ports that let you use the bar as a hub between your different devices, and you can also use it to passthrough the highest bandwidth signals.

    Unfortunately, this soundbar doesn't come with a room correction feature, so it can sound a bit different depending on the room you use it in. It also lacks more premium sound enhancement features like a graphic EQ, which can be disappointing if you want more control over its sound profile. Also, while this bar gets loud enough to use at crowded parties, there's some distortion present at max volume. That said, this bar offers an incredible mixed usage performance, and it ranks among the best soundbars we've tested.

    See our review

    Sours: https://www.rtings.com/soundbar/reviews/vizio
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