August 07, 2013 by Lisa Montgomery
Just because the TV in your family room isn’t all that large, doesn’t mean your audio shouldn’t be big and bold, and ahead of the curve in terms of style and functionality.
Vizio has announced that availability of three new soundbar loudspeakers, perfectly proportioned for small- and mid-size TVs, and with advanced features like built-in Bluetooth and deep bass technology.
The smallest, a 29-inch-wide model (S2920w), offers the versatility of mounting it below a TV or using it as a 2.0 standalone wireless sound system that can be placed on a countertop. It packs 95dB of audio, which is fine for most listening environments.
If you want more thump, the two larger 38-inch soundbars may be better suited. The S3820w 2.0 soundbar includes Integrated Deep Bass technology; the S3831w is rated at 100dB and comes with a wireless subwoofer.
Prices range from $79 for the smallest model, to $119 for the S3820w 2.0 model to $179 for the S3831 w with the wireless sub.
These three soundbars join Vizio’s 42-inch soundbars. Four of the 42-inchers, plus a 1-year subscription to Pandora One, will be given away throughout the month of August as part of the company’s Vizio Fandemonium contest. To enter Vizio Fandemonium, go to www.vizio.com.
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Lisa Montgomery has been writing about home technology for 15 years, with a focus on the impact of electronics on a modern lifestyle.
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