r	Xenta XT201SB 2.1 Channel Home Theatre Soundbar and Subwoofer £79 @ Ebuyer
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r Xenta XT201SB 2.1 Channel Home Theatre Soundbar and Subwoofer £79 @ Ebuyer

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Found 4th Jul 2013
- Sleek black aluminum designed soundbar
- 2.1 Channel Audio
- 150W output (100W + 25Wx2)
- Soundbar and Subwoofer
- Phenomenal performance

140 Comments

I bought one of these for £99.99 from Groupon six months or so ago, and they are fabulous.

Great price, not sure why it's cold!

We love ours!

Have some heat. Now, can I resist?

Original Poster

i need some advice on this, if i connect this to my tv via optical will everything running though my tv come out of the soundbar.

Edited by: "dannyryan" 4th Jul 2013

dannyryan

i need some advice on this, if i connect this to my tv via optical will … i need some advice on this, if i connect this to my tv via optical will everything running though my tv come out of the soundbar.



Yes. Mine does just that.

Could the logo on the speaker be removed without damaging it?

I am tempted since the reviews seem decent.


Just what I was Looking for

JoeBoy88

Could the logo on the speaker be removed without damaging it? I am … Could the logo on the speaker be removed without damaging it? I am tempted since the reviews seem decent.



Looks like the logo is superglued on. It's very unobtrusive.

One thing I would say about this is that the bass, even on -10 is loud.

We only use ours for watching things like 'The Voice' or having parties.

Cracking bit of kit though.

Bluetooth also works well - I can stream YouTube from my iPhone directly to it.

Like people say it gets good reviews. The fact you can connect devices to it via bluetooth swung it for me as I could send music via my phone. Cheers OP

the only reviews are avforums and 2 customer rev. on amazon, which is not too much

Ordered today, thanks OP

Picco

the only reviews are avforums and 2 customer rev. on amazon, which is not … the only reviews are avforums and 2 customer rev. on amazon, which is not too much




...and the 41 reviews on Revoo.

Any reviews from anyone on here who has purchased one ?
Edited by: "Bradleigh" 23rd Jul 2013

Well I purchased one and am more than happy with it
Much better than expected and would certainly recommend it

bought one too, really cool stuff, and now its 73 pound

Picco

bought one too, really cool stuff, and now its 73 pound




So it is, even better value, thanks.(_;)

I bought one for 99 pounds a few months ago. Great piece of kit. I've also got a Panasonic soundbar on my other TV and it matches that easily. Plus the Xenta has the added Bluetooth which is really good! A bargain for 73 quid!!!

Had mine 2 weeks i love it fits perfect under my samsung tv the only thing i did not like was the remote it looks cheap

Generally speaking soundbars are better than most TV's built in audio, but could never hope to compete with even a full 2.1 system, let alone a 4.1 or better. They are a nice space saver however, and if you wouldn't have space for a 2.1 speaker system then absolutely get a soundbar, you'll definitely have richer sound than the two relatively tiny speakers in the back/bottom of your TV.

Something like this might be well suited to a bedroom where space is at a premium.

Does this clip to the TV or sit in front?

allginger

Does this clip to the TV or sit in front?



Normally sits under

Any way to wall mount this? Also has anyone used it with a harmony remote?

Cheers

I am very tempted but only concerned about whether it will be disturbing for neighbours or not. Can someone please comment on it?

Extrovert

I am very tempted but only concerned about whether it will be disturbing … I am very tempted but only concerned about whether it will be disturbing for neighbours or not. Can someone please comment on it?



Huh? Your TV already has tiny speakers and likely a tiny subwoofer built in already. This is just the same thing but slightly bigger and with the potential for slightly more powerful output. If you don't want to disturb your neighbours then I suggest you don't turn it up too loud exactly like your existing TV...

UnoriginalGuy

Huh? Your TV already has tiny speakers and likely a tiny subwoofer … Huh? Your TV already has tiny speakers and likely a tiny subwoofer built in already. This is just the same thing but slightly bigger and with the potential for slightly more powerful output. If you don't want to disturb your neighbours then I suggest you don't turn it up too loud exactly like your existing TV...



Thanks, I was only concerned about the bass as even at lower volumes, neighbours can ear the rumble but if this isn't as powerful as my old DVD home inseam system then it should be ok.

dannyryan

i need some advice on this, if i connect this to my tv via optical will … i need some advice on this, if i connect this to my tv via optical will everything running though my tv come out of the soundbar.



Only if your tv passes through optical from hdmi devices. Some dont some do.

This isn't a rival to surround sound it's for people who don't want wires

Nice!

It says the sound-bar has Bluetooth connectivity. does it work with the sub-woofer too wirelessly ?

Anyone got an idea if my Samsung f7000 tv will connect to this via Bluetooth?

Does it turn off automatically after a set time when you switch the telly off?

Got one when last on offer for 99 quid, yea it auto turns off after a few minutes of no audio. Output...

Subwoofer is wired, sub connects to power and sound bar plugs into sub, you have to have the sub viewable as the infer red remote rreceiver is on it...

I have a PS3, Xbox 360, WDTV Live and a Sky+ HD box which I would like to use with this, and I'm a bit of a newbie especially when it comes to soundbars. I understand that this does not have HDMI connectivity so how exactly would/could I connect these to the Soundbar? Would I need to purchase additional optical cables, or could I even connect that many devices to the single source? Any advice would be appreciated.

As long as your tv has an optical out, its easy as you outrun an optical cable from tv to the sub...

So all the devices go to via the TV as normal via HDMI, and then the TV output is piped through this?

this comes up as £72.89 with free postage, has it gone down

Just ordered

couple of quick questions to anyone that owns one, the cable between sub n speaker is 2m - does this also provide power - where is the socket on the sound bar - one end If so left or right end of sound bar or is it bang in the middle - 2m is not a massive amount so just thinking of positioning so guess sub has to be close to the tv as my rack is quite long

Been looking at getting a soundbar for a while now. At this price, I might as well try it!
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