LG NB3510A Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer and Bluetooth Connectivity

VIZIO VHT215 Home Theater

Make the most of your home theater with the LG NB3510A home surround sound wireless subwoofer. With 280 watts of power, 5 woofers and 6 subwoofers, the 2.1 channel soundbar boasts 2.1 virtual surround sound and 2 optical inputs that provide greater flexibility when connecting multiple audio devices. Discover less distortion, clearer sound and a better sound experience with LG’s silk dome speaker technology. The Bluetooth capability allows users to stream music from a smartphone to the speaker sound system. Installation is simple and speaker wire management is reduced with the wireless subwoofer system. With the included wall mounting bracket, it’s wall mountable for added convenience.

LG NB3510A Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer and<br />
Bluetooth Connectivity

Features LG NB3510A Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer and
Bluetooth Connectivity

  • 280W Home Theater Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer and 2.1 virtual surround sound
  • 2 optical audio inputs for greater flexibility with connecting multiple audio devices
  • Silk dome speaker technology optimizes your listening experience
  • Bluetooth wireless streaming of music from a smartphone to the speaker sound system
  • Includes soundbar, wireless subwoofer, mounting bracket, wireless remote control and optical audio cable
Overall Rating: Rating=4.5
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Bluetooth Connectivity

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VIZIO VHT215 Home Theater

Enhance your entertainment experience with Haier’s SBC20 Soundbar. This 20-inch, 2-channel soundbar comes with an iPod/iPad/iPhone dock so you can easily listen to your favorite audio on your favorite device. The SBC20 utilizes digital amplification and digital crossover technology to maximize the capabilities of the speakers, resulting in fuller, more robust sound. It even comes with an iOS 3.1 APP: The iClockRadio.

Haier SBC20 20-Inch 2-Channel Soundbar with iPod/iPhone/iPad dock (,2)

Features Haier SBC20 20-Inch 2-Channel Soundbar with iPod/iPhone/iPad dock (,2)

  • 2-Channel Soundbar with iPod/iPhone/iPad dock
  • 3 x 2-inch Full Range Speakers
  • Total System Power: 20W (10W x 2)
Overall Rating: Rating=4.5
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List Price: $ 129.99
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  1. Krish says:
    9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    LG Sound Bar 3510A, November 25, 2012
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    Krish

    This review is from: LG NB3510A Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer and
    Bluetooth Connectivity (Electronics)

    I bought this soundbar. I loved it. excellent product from LG. purchase it without any doubts. I am enjoying digital theater sound.

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  2. J. Brown says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    LG 3510A soundbar, February 18, 2013
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    J. Brown
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    This review is from: LG NB3510A Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer and
    Bluetooth Connectivity (Electronics)

    I bought this to replace my Kenwood 5.1 surround sound system primarily to get rid of the mess of wires. I am very happy with the sound and am getting what I expected. If you are trying to replicate 5.1 surround sound, you just aren’t going to get it with a 2.1 soundbar. But if you are looking for good, quality sound, I would recommend the LG. A note of advice: I found that I needed to run two optical cables to the soundbar. One from my Motorola Comcast cable box and one from my television. For some reason I was not getting any sound from just the one cable. Hopefully that saves some frustration for others!

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  3. Gerry harris says:
    3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great sound, December 30, 2012
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    This review is from: LG NB3510A Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer and
    Bluetooth Connectivity (Electronics)

    Great sound –bought to go with LG tv. So the sound is great. Easy to hook up, and looks great.

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  4. pen 1 says:
    58 of 60 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Big, clear sound in sleek slim body… Very Impressed., August 18, 2012
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    I bought this sound bar and subwoofer a couple months ago after watching a very good review from CNET[...], and I must say I am thoroughly pleased with everything this soundbar and sub woofer have to offer.

    At first when I read some earlier reviews, I was a little scared about the audio decoding issue, but the review on CNET made it sound quite unlikely that it would be an issue: CNET wrote: “One technical note: the Haier Evoke Slim doesn’t decode Dolby or DTS, so make sure your TV and other sources can send PCM signals (rather than bit stream) to the sound bar. If you don’t know what any of that jargon means, don’t worry, it likely won’t be a problem for your home theater.” I also knew Amazon would take it back for a full refund if it was a problem, so it decided it wasn’t much of a risk anyway. Therefore, CNET and Amazon’s return policy assuaged my fear, and I have had zero problems with audio not coming in as it should from right out of the box.

    For a little background into my decision-making process – I live in an apartment with a small-medium size living room, so I wasn’t looking for a huge 7.1 surround sound system. I have a 60″ Panasonic (P60GT30) plasma tv. My goal was to upgrade the plasma’s speakers with something that sounded much crisper and lively for watching regular television, but also packed some rich room-filling bass for the action scenes on blu rays or for playing video games like Call of Duty of XBOX 360. I am also hoping it plays music pretty solidly for the Pandora app on my tv. I considered many different sound bars, as well as some 5.1 HTIB’s (Home Theater System’s in a Box), and also gave the Bose Cinemate II sound system a long look. I’m a fan of a less-cluttered look, so I was looking to avoid a system that needed a bulky receiver. I was willing to spend up to around $650, but would obviously prefer to spend less if I could get a solid sound system.

    I seriously considered some of the 5.1 HTIB’s (Home Theater System’s in a Box), but I already have a blu ray player and access to online apps like Netflix, HBO Go, Amazon Prime, Pandora, etc. via both my XBOX 360 and my smart tv, so most of the features of the newer HTIB’s would have been much use to me. My old roommate bought a $500-$600 Sony HTIB last year. It sounded pretty good, but my big problem with it was that the dialogue would get drowned out or come in much lower than more “explosive” scenes. So it made watching a movie at night (if one of us were trying to sleep) difficult because we’d have to turn volume up high to hear dialogue, then we’d get blown away by the volume of loud scenes. I was looking to avoid drowning out of dialogue, and I was also not very impressed with the HTIB’s that I went and listened to at Best Buy. Therefore, I decided to skip the HTIB’s.

    What I really considered was the Bose Cinemate Series II speakers. I was very impressed with what I heard at BestBuy, and I was drawn in to how small the speakers were, but they still packed some real power with a separate bass unit. However, in the end I ultimately decided against the Bose system because I felt the price being a bit high($600), the fact that I read some complaints about the dialogue getting drowned out, and the CNET’s rave review of this Haier sound bar really sold me that it could be just what I was looking for. Long story short, I researched many of the other top selling sound bars, and what I read from CNET and elsewhere made me thing this sound bar offered the best mix of features and ability, so I went with it.

    Without further ado, my pros and cons of the Haier SBEV40-Slim Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer:

    Pros:

    1. Very easy set up. Right out of the box, the feet (included or wall mount brackets) assemble onto the soundbar in seconds. From there, it is just plugging into wall and making a connection or two with your selected device(s). I currently have my cable, blu ray, and Xbox all hooked up to my tv with HDMI, so I just bought a $5 digital audio cableAmazonBasics Digital Optical Audio Toslink Cable, 6 Feet, and hooked up strait from the TV to the sound bar, and that was it. I never have to change inputs on the soundbar. Whatever I have playing through the tv, plays through the soundbar speaker and sub. It’s got good connectivity with a variety of inputs too, if you’d rather connect strait to the soundbar then the TV. All I had to do was plug the sub woofer into the wall and it automatically synced up with the speaker.

    2. Crisp, clear sound. Dialogue sounds great.

    3. Overall slim design is awesome. That is one of the main unique features of this soundbar is that it is so much more stylish and less bulkly than nearly all others that I have seen on the market. Big thumbs up on being able to do…

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  5. Keller: Monster Hunter U! says:
    125 of 137 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Be careful about audio type, May 31, 2012
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    This particular soundbar is nice looking and sounds great. It has ample inputs including 3 HDMI, optical and direct line in. The remote control is nice and easy to use. The sub woofer is wireless and very easy to use as well. So why only 1 stars; well because this soundbar only accepts PCM audio, not stuff like dolby digital. So basically it works great with my ps3 and Wii, however it doesn’t work with OTA HDTV. OTA HDTV broadcasts in dolby digital, my TV only has an optical output so I cannot use the soundbar when watching TV, which isn’t what I wanted, especially when football starts. So be warned, if you need this soundbar to broadcast dolby digital, buy something else, it will not work on this soundbar. If I would have known this before buying, I would have went with a different soundbar. Otherwise a great product, it is a shame and a huge weakness that this soundbar does not support more audio types. Honestly I pretty much wasted $250.

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