Only sports a single optical output
The Vizio VHT510 speaker system is a mid-cost offering. Vizio recommends using the VHT510 with HDTVs forty inches and larger. This 5.1 Surround Sound home theater consists of the compact sound bar (which integrates front and center channels), two rear satellite speakers and a wireless subwoofer.
The Vizio VHT510 sound bar speaker system tackles a major complaint leveled against sound bars head on: that the simulated surround sound offered by 2.1-channel sound bars simply can't offer the same all-encompassing audio experience as a true 5.1-channel home theater system. The VHT510 alleviates that problem by including two small rear speakers in the mix.
Unit is gorgeous, sleek
This unit is gorgeous, sleek, and doesn't block the TV when sitting in front of it. While you could get better sound with a true 5.1 or 7.1 surround sound system, for the money, you get a fairly believable surround sound experience with the Denon DHT-FS3. Wife acceptance factor is off the charts and it boasts sound to match when compared to other players in this new category of loudspeakers.
Superb virtual surround sound quality
If you don't want to mess with the hassle of half a dozen speakers, then the Denon DHT-FS3 HTIB is definitely for you. Of course, it is virtually impossible to create the stunning quality that five or eight different speakers provide, but this Denon definitely comes close with just one sound bar and a subwoofer. If you are limited on space and just want something simple and easy to setup, then you should consider this virtual surround sound system.
Solid build and attractive black finish
While it's not the cheapest single speaker surround sound system on the market, it's right up there with the best, not only in terms of performance but also of design. Compact, sturdily built and attractive to look at, it delivers surprisingly effective multi-channel sound without the fuss and mess of a full 5.1 speaker setup.
Powerful and incredibly easy to install
What's refreshing about the TVee is that unlike other soundbar systems it doesn't pretend to do the job of a 5.1-channel system with disappointing virtual surround modes - it's an unashamed two-channel system that makes stereo sources sound their absolute best. It's well made, powerful and incredibly easy to install thanks to the wireless subwoofer, providing flat-panel TV owners with a classy, convenient alternative to a proper home cinema system.
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