Philips HTL4110B/12 2 –

Features of Philips HTL4110B/12 2.1 Channel SoundStage Speaker with Integrated subwoofer

  • Bluetooth wireless music streaming from your music devices
  • Audio in to enjoy music from iPod/iPhone/MP3 player
  • EasyLink to control all HDMI CEC devices via a single remote
  • Perfect match with your TV, just place it on top
  • Integrated subwoofer for powerful bass

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  1. I liked the product but returned it because there was some. I liked the product but returned it because there was some very minor damage but also because it arrived with a two pin plug and when i spoke to philips customer services they informed me that this particular model code number ie/12 was made for the german market and stated that although it would probably work without any problem with a three pin power cord there might be an issue with the guarantee if things did go wrong. She just said there had been issues with this but wouldn’t elaborate. I am in fact still trying to find a supplier of the product for the english market.
    • Works perfect connected with my toshiba tv with hdmi (arc) port. Works perfect connected with my toshiba tv with hdmi (arc) port and i can control the volume with tvs remote and also automatically mutes the tv speakers.
  2. Works very well but disappointed that when ‘plugged in’ it does not cut of the sound from the tv which has to placed on mute. Pity that the remote cannot be aligned to work with the tv remote as we now have another remote to find or lose.
  3. This review is from : Philips HTL4110B/12 2.1 Channel SoundStage Speaker with Integrated subwoofer

    Impressive sound and better connectivity than many competitors. . I quite like the idea of the soundbase. I’ve a ‘proper’ surround system hooked up to our main tv. However, on a 32″ that sits in another room, my criteria was fairly simple: something that would improve the sound from the tv’s inbuilt speakers. If i can connect other stuff to it too, specifically a small mini hi-fi system, all the better. A soundbar was an option but most would either need wall mounted or sit in front of the tv. With a soundbase, the tv sits on-top so it’s quite a tidy solution. I hadn’t initially considered philips when looking around. I’d initially been set on denon’s dht-t100 but this doesn’t have any hdmi inputs. I’d also considered canton’s dm50 (fantastic reviews but no hdmi and a bit on the pricey side at £400) and the bose solo tv sound system (again no hdmi, no bluetooth and fairly expensive).

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