Vibe Optisound 5 80 Watt Audio TV and Gaming Compact Sub Woofer :

Key specs for Vibe Optisound 5 80 Watt Audio TV and Gaming Compact Sub Woofer. Bannish Flat Sound from Your Flat Screen TV!:

  • Optisound works with all TVS, HI-FI, MP3 Players, Computers, Game Consoles, DVD Players & BLU-RAY Players
  • Plug and play single cable installation. Analogue, RCA Phono Input for smooth sound
  • Increases Efficiency and delivers powerful immersive bass. Integrated Monoblock Amplifier Included
  • Subwoofer volume control to get your sound just as you like it… for you.
  • Bandpass design delivers high effeciency from an ultra compact cabinet allows output to perfectly match the tv’s speakers.

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  1. This review is from : Vibe Optisound 5 80 Watt Audio TV and Gaming Compact Sub Woofer. Bannish Flat Sound from Your Flat Screen TV!

    Used with a new mini hifi i bought as the speakers that came with it had no base whatsoever had to adapt it slightly to use it for this purpose but was cheap enough to do and can honestly say made heck of a difference at a very good price.
    • This is a nice subwoofer, i had brought a samsung surround sound. This is a nice subwoofer, i had brought a samsung surround sound amplifier which ran all of my speakers off of standard audio cable except the subwoofer which needed to have its own power supply and be connected by rca phono. This subwoofer work perfectly with a lovely low depth range, but for some reason only works if the samsung amplifier is set to stereo for devices connected via optical/hdmi or sound the 5. Think this is more the samsung amplifier issue rather than the subwoofer.
  2. This review is from : Vibe Optisound 5 80 Watt Audio TV and Gaming Compact Sub Woofer. Bannish Flat Sound from Your Flat Screen TV!

    I am very setisfied with this deal :). Cheep but for this price is alright.
    • Good if your telly is compatible / ‘suitable’. . This is the analogue version which has rcas in. The advantage is that the output volume to the sub will be controlled by your tv remote. The disadvantage is that many tellies do not have analogue audio out apart from a headphone socket which will then mute the tv’s own speakers which you don’t want to do. Also, i find the bandwidth of the sub quite narrow so there is a gap between the low frequencies of the telly and the highest frequencies to which the sub responds. I’d prefer the sub to go up a tad higher so there was some overlap with the tv’s own reproduction. The gap makes the sound of the sub quite conspicuous (you can easily identify is as a separate part of the listening spectrum) so to make it ‘blend in’ i have it on very, very low which probably undermines its true potential to an extent. My telly is a samsung which actually has very good sound indeed for a panel imo and another point is that if your telly is buzzy/rattling/distorted on the higher frequencies then the sub will probably just show it up and you’d be better off with a soundbar p’raps. Or a ‘desktop’ speaker setup if you’re on a budget. It does have rca lines out so you could possibly attach some 2.

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