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Beautiful sound. Easy to connect with the optical cable and the wireless bass. What is so bad? I am forced to add another remote to my chair-side surface. The user's guide and the product description says that if I have a Samsung TV and a Samsung Remote, I can control the soundbar. NOT. I called Samsung support. "You can't do that if you connect with optical." the guy said. I have to connect with the specially labeled USB connection on the back of my TV, he told me. I looked. There is no such specially labeled USB on my Samsung. Worse, there is NO USB on the soundbar. It ONLY connects with Optical. "Ain't my problem." the support guy's attitude seemed to say. So here I sit, broken hearted. Try to to mute and get a stupid message saying, "Use the internal speakers if you want to do that!" I guess I will just save up for a more compatable Samsung TV and a more expensive soundbar and a more honest user's guide. In the meantime I will just have to realize I picked up the wrong remote before I can mute. Dang!
Our sounder with woofer works but could use a little better design. We like the bass and the sound is good however it is very difficult to adjust the level of sound....one time it blasts and next time can barely hear it. While this may have a lot to do with the network and what we are watching, the challenge is that the remote works very slowly, you can only increase or decrease the sound volume one level at a time. It goes in a 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,...etc manner and you have to click the remote for each ONE. Therefore when you turn on something and the sound is blasting you can only turn it down one little notch at a time. Very clunky. Also disappointed to learn to use other wireless speakers we have to buy another component to add to the sounder.
I bought my Samsung soundbar to do three things: 1. Provide more bass than my Samsung TV would offer because my Samsung TV speakers don't handle bass and it didn't offer a phono jack so I could hook it up to powerful speakers. 2. Provide more volume than my Samsung TV would offer because my Samsung TV max volume was wimpy. 3. Work with the Samsung TV remote control.
It handled numbers 1 and 3.
For 2, I could possibly use the TV speakers plus the soundbar, but there doesn't appear to be a way to synch the soundbar sound with the TV sound.
Setup: TV to digital optical output to soundbar. No Bluetooth. I tried using both TV speakers and digital. TV speakers are louder but there is an echo when also using the soundbar that my musician son viscerally complains about. The TV settings offer up to a 40ms adjustment, down, but it still echoes.
I'm now looking for other ways to increase the volume so I can hear over background noise.
We had a Vizio sound bar prior and this was a good deal on Prime day so I got it due to the Vizio being ruined from a leak in our house. The volume is incredibly low - as in I really couldn't tell a difference between volume 30 and 80... We basically had to max out the volume on everything we watched just to barely hear the shows/movies let alone have a true "movie theater" experience - count that out. We ended up re-purchasing the vizio and will probably throw this thing in a guest room that otherwise would just have normal TV volume. Would not recommend for larger open spaces either.
Sound quality is decent but volume output is lacking. I expected more for what it was rated.
Connecting TV's through bluetooth is a chore. Whenever you turn off the TV for an extended amount of time it also kills the soundbar and connection. So when you turn on your tv next time you have to run through set up/connection all over again. I've tried with both a Samsung TV and an Insignia TV for the connection and both drop the connection and also take a while to reconnect. Be a lot more helpful if it could always stay on or be kept on a standby mode so it'll just pick back up the connection again when the TV is on. Switched to optical but was trying to avoid more wires crowdding the area because of my pets.
Not too long after purchasing this sound bar, it will randomly start playing a very loud sound like an air horn. There is no way to make it stop other than turning the sound bar off. It is very startling because it is so loud. Also, you have to have the remote pointed exactly so to get it to adjust the volume, and you have to hit the button like 20 times before you get any significant difference in volume. Sound quality seems to be fine when it's not blaring like an air horn. I definitely would not buy again.
Don't get me wrong the sound bar was a great improvement to the tinny sound of our Samsung tv speaker. I could hear a lot more of the atmospheric sound and the bass was decent without being too heavy.
The sound bar however was not great with dialogue, especially in movies. I need to know about the movies, its very important that I understand the movie. Tv shows are generally fine because the dialogue is so cranked up, but movies really suffer. Anytime there was a speaking scene I found myself slamming on the volume-up button just hoping to hear something, that would help me piece the extremely complex plot of a Christopher Nolan film together before frantically smashing the volume-down button, in fear of an ear-piercing scene change drone from Hans Zimmer himself. I found myself using headphones rather than the sound bar because I was so scared.
Then the worst thing that could have ever happened, happened. The remote suddenly stopped working. I had lost control. I had no power over this machine anymore, and it had free reign over my body as it constantly butchered my ear drums with frequencies I could never have imagined.
As I bent in to hear the no doubt pivotal scene, that Daniel Day Lewis appeared to be whispering, I was instantly thrown back with the paralyzing sound of a musket being shot at point blank range. I cant live like this.
Also, anytime I wanted to connect to the sound bar through Bluetooth I had to unplug the entire system and replug it in. Every time.
And the Bass is now making a weird hissing rumbling sound even when the entire system is muted. Im really scared guys. Samsung, I need support please help me suppress the evil! Save my Soul!
This samsung bar overall is a decent budget soundbar if you aren't looking for much but to increase the juice to your TV. DISCLAIMER: THE T450 DOES NOT COME WITH AN HDMI PORT. A SOUNDBAR WITH AN HDMI PORT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. After a while usage of the soundbar, there is always that small feeling that there's just something missing about it. The soundbar is great for amping your room up just a bit, but after a while there just isn't anything else it'll offer. It makes sense since it's the cheaper version, although going the extra mile and getting a better quality soundbar will do you the service. The sound quality isn't bad at all as it does it's job, but the sound doesn't really wrap around you as you would expect it to do, even with back speakers attempting to aid the job. The Bluetooth connectivity does its job too and overall is very easy to connect
The remote control isn't all too bad either, but the design of it can be a bit.... confusing.
Bought a sound bar because the audio on our Vizio tv was awful. Bought this one as an introductory sound bar and it’s fine for most stuff. However when we watch movies, the audio during scenes with just dialogue is extremely quiet and you have to crank the volume to hear it, then any scene with a musical score or any kind of action is so over the top loud. It’s frustrating that there is no balance. We have tried everything and it seems that since this sound bar only has 2 channels, it’s just the nature of the hardware.
If you are thinking about buying your first sound bar, I would recommend buying a step up or two.
I replaced a set of desktop/pc speakers (w sub) for an upstairs TV with this soundbar. Honestly I think the desktop speakers sounded better. My wife doesn't have any care about sound quality and she's the main one to use it in our bedroom, so for only that reason I'll keep it. The remote is very strange, the most common button (volume up/down) is more like a switch than a button. I don't like it.