VIZIO – 2.0-Channel V-Series Soundbar with DTS Virtual:X™ – Black
VIZIO V-Series 2.0 Soundbar
VIZIO – 2.0-Channel V-Series Soundbar with DTS Virtual:X™ – Black Prices
Price History for VIZIO 2.0 Home Theater Sound Bar with DTS:X, Bluetooth, Voice Assistant Compatible, Includes...
|Current Price||$69.99||March 26, 2023|
|Highest Price||$69.99||November 15, 2022|
|Lowest Price||$69.99||November 15, 2022|
Last price changes
|$69.99||November 15, 2022|
Specification: VIZIO – 2.0-Channel V-Series Soundbar with DTS Virtual:X™ – Black
What’s cool about this is that1) it’s got decent pricing2) it comes with the proper cords (I thought I’d have to have a special cord for it so I got that ahead of time but it works perfectly with what it’s got)3) it works right off the bat without any real effort4) the sound quality is goodI just barely installed this on my tv within 10 minutes or so before typing this review so the fact that I was able to install this within that kind of time frame is amazingly awesome. So I guess time to sit back and relax in my chair and fuzzy slippers, have me a snack, and watch me a movie.
Jonathan Hill –
I bought a new 65″ 4K tv and wanted wanter o upgrade to a simple soundbar without spending an arm and a leg. This is exactly what I was looking for and works great for the price.One trick that took me a little to figure out – was connecting the sound bar to my remote. I couldn’t get the remote of my new tv to connect to sound bar for the life of me, despite the instruction manual saying it could and people in their reviews saying the same thing.I had to shut off the Bluetooth on my remote with was the default connection of the remote. By shutting it off, it switches the remote to IR connection and allowed for it to connect to the soundbar. (Note: This does shut off the voice commands on the remote, but we don’t use that anyhow. It might be an issue for some folks, though)
Clearly there are limitations for a very small and low profile soundbar, as there are no surrounds, no wireless subwoofer, and stereo effect is limited due to its narrow physical width. However, in this context, I am very pleased with the technology for what it is. The voices come across clearly, the simulated 3D helps somewhat in adding depth, midrange is acceptable, and ARC functions as you would expect turning on and off with the TV automatically. Only visible lights on the front are not overly intrusive being simple white dots that are not blindingly bright, one for power, and the others on a increasing dot scale to show volume. It is a huge improvement over anything installed on a mainstream television set, and its low profile and small size means its easy to tuck under almost any TV even sitting on stands, although clearly it won’t be able to simulate an actual subwoofer. For its current discounted price, I can strongly recommend it for those just looking for a very small inexpensive bar to avoid using the miserable TV’s built in speakers and don’t have expectations that it can replace a true 5.1 soundbar system.