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TECEVO® S420 Bluetooth Wireless Sound Bar With Built-in Subwoofers , Aluminium Body With Vertical Stand And Wall Mounting Bracket £49.12 Sold by DigiDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
TECEVO® S420 Bluetooth Wireless Sound Bar With Built-in Subwoofers , Aluminium Body With Vertical Stand And Wall Mounting Bracket £49.12 Sold by DigiDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

TECEVO® S420 Bluetooth Wireless Sound Bar With Built-in Subwoofers , Aluminium Body With Vertical Stand And Wall Mounting Bracket £49.12 Sold by DigiDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Impressively powerful speaker system delivers rich and full sound wirelessly or wired from your smartphone, tablet, computer and other audio devices
5W x 4 speaker drivers with 2 x built in subwoofers create 3D surround sound effect for a truly immersive audio experience
Veritical stand base and wall mounting brackets included for easy installation.
Aluminium alloy casing, dual LED lights, AUX line in port for non-bluetooth devices.
Full one year manufacturer warranty.

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looks good, good reviews (although only 2), and Amazon so good returns.

been after a sound-bar or a cheap soundbar for ages, tyvm
Edited by: "Ricco" 20th Dec 2014

surely this is pretty rubbish?

Only 5w x 4. Can't be powerful right?

personally would go for one of the Philips ones listed around this price 4x5w will be total tosh

The phillips one is expired isn't it ?

5W RMS is not to be confused with Peak Music Power values.

sound.westhost.com/pow…htm

"I have a set of computer speakers that are rated at 480W PMPO (yes - four hundred and eighty Watts). I have measured them at less than 5W each before clipping. There is no rhyme or reason that can explain such a difference, except ...."

Worth reading how the values are calculated.

TLDR

1W RMS is approx equal to 12-14w PMPO
Edited by: "Ricco" 21st Dec 2014

Ricco

5W RMS is not to be confused with Peak Music Power … 5W RMS is not to be confused with Peak Music Power values.http://sound.westhost.com/power.htm"I have a set of computer speakers that are rated at 480W PMPO (yes - four hundred and eighty Watts). I have measured them at less than 5W each before clipping. There is no rhyme or reason that can explain such a difference, except ...."Worth reading how the values are calculated.TLDR1W RMS is approx equal to 12-14w PMPO



So for us simpletons, does that mean the output of this bar may not actually be that bad?

The phillips one was not listed as RMS and as such 30W will be peak.
So that 30W you expected in truth would be closer to 3-4W RMS at best with a lot of distortion.
Tend to believe or trust manufacturers more that will give the RMS figures.
The PMPO scam has been going on for a lot of years and is exactly why people are so confused.

I very much doubt anyone will ever watch a film with these at 100%.
However, nothing to say these are not going to distort etc, but at least its Amazon and their returns policy is good.




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