Philips CSS2133B/F7 Bluetooth Soundbar Speaker with Subwoofer (Black)
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Fill your home with superb Bluetooth wireless music. This soundbar packs a lot of punch and ensure no more muffled dialogues with 2 dedicated tweeters. DoubleBASS and Virtual Surround Sound add excite
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So having this hooked to my Apple TV, I have watched both movies and TV with this system and it feels like I am sitting right in the middle of a theater. The sound is clean and crisp, and the bass is amazing. There is someone else in a review here that said it does not get loud enough, although I have a completely different opinion about that. This gets very loud and it's in a fairly large family room.
I am going to specify the audio inputs here in this review since it was not evident in the specs or description and I know some of you may be looking for an HDMI input. Unfortunately, this does not have an HDMI input, although it does have the following:
- 1 Digital Optical
- 1 Coaxial
- 1 Aux Audio
So you can hook up to 3 units to this system. The remote it comes with has a button for Optical, Aux and Coaxial so if you have 3 different units hooked up that use this sound, you just push the button on the remote to change the source.
I can say that this is the best $100 I have spent on any sound system. It can turn any room into an instant theater with minimal wires and cables. This was also a huge plus for me. I got sick of wiring all those speakers and having a clunky receiver. I am working toward a more minimal, higher quality media life, and so far it's working out great.
Hope this helps! Especially those of you who spend hours of research before buying something (as I do!) Ha. :)
It is ideal for us and still amazed how great it sounds. Music, movies and more, it duplicates almost to 5.1 quality with no distortion and the sub-woofer adds great base and realism. Volume is quite loud even with my slight hearing loss but if you want a wall shaker I recommend you move up to the $250 range.
Yes the remote is small (and hard to read in low light) but fairly easy to use. The sound bar turns itself off after about 20 minutes of not receiving any audio input but I kind of like it since without any front lights on the sound bar it’s hard to sometimes remember to turn it off. I found online some codes to pair to the TV or cable remote so I will try this on my next trip to the lake
I recommend this for anyone who needs an inexpensive upgrade to their awful TV sound without spending more than you did on the TV!
Yes, the remote is small and the buttons are small, and the print on the buttons is small. Within a few days, you get used it and will know by feel which buttons are for which function. You won't have to look at the remote to use it.
The TV is barely 30" wide and I wanted something to place in front of the TV and not mounted on the wall, all of the others I looked at were too long, high, or both.
Personally, I think it sounds great, better than I expected for the price I paid.
What don't I like?
The teeny weeny remote that can't be programmed to a larger universal remote - I had a fairly new Philips that wouldn't work no matter what I tried - I'm pretty organized so I don't think I'll lose it.
The status light and controls on top of the bar instead of on the front.
Did I mention the teeny weeny remote?
Other than those minor issues, it's a great unit for the price.