Pure energy is effortlessly delivered with the Energy Power Bar, the brands first-ever soundbar. The new Energy Power Bar instantly upgrades your sound system without requiring a receiver. Just plug in and stand back. The power is undeniable.
The two-way soundbar houses two domed tweeters and two 3-inch drivers for clear, distortion-free sound reproductions. Those drivers are aligned in the exclusive Convergent Source Module (CSM). Unique to Energy speakers, the CSM technology places tweeters and mid-woofers in close proximity to act as a single source for coherent, seamless dispersion. The speaker effectively disappears, sonically. The soundbar comes complete with an 8-inch wireless subwoofer with a down-firing fiber composite cone and ported enclosure for precise, room-filling bass performance.
The remote control learning feature allows the easy-to-install-and-use system to function via your existing TV controller. The Energy Power Bar is designed to quickly connect to most TVs without additional cables. An included digital optical cable connects to your TV’s digital output and then to the back of the soundbar. For those few TVs without an optical audio output, there is also a 2-channel analog input (cable not included). The soundbar can be positioned on the included rubber feet on a shelf or stand or can be wall-mounted using the included easy-to-use mounting template.
Easy set up, good volume
This review is from: Energy Power Bar Soundbar System
Pros: -Great sale price ($299).
Cons: -Would be 3 stars if purchased at $399 price; not enough features to justify the $399 price (at least to me).
Other Thoughts: My Samsung UN55ES6100FXZA had to connect via the RCA audio in instead of the digital audio cable. I had my PS3 and Xbox 360 plugged into the TV in the HDMI 1 and 2 ports. When I had the SoundBar in digital input mode, it would play the audio from the Xbox and PS3 without any problems. When watching TV or using the SmartHub apps that are built-in to the TV it would not play any audio through the SoundBar. Once I added a pair of RCA audio cables (my TV audio out is either HDMI, digital optical, or stereo jack) the sound would come through regardless of input source.
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