VIZIO 29” Home Theater Sound Bar w/ Bluetooth


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VIZIO 29" Home Theater Sound Bar w/ Bluetooth
Price: $49.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days. (Wednesday, Aug 26 to Monday, Aug 31) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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Previous Similar Sales (May not be exact model)
6/6/2015 - $59.99 (Woot Plus)


#3

Very good reviews (4.5 out of 5.0) over at Target.com and check out the product page


#4

Looks good, but sadly no HDMI inputs / outputs. HDMI in/out would be very useful for me and my setup.


#5

Wish they’d had this deal when I bought mine, I paid $65 for a returned unit. There aren’t many bars on the market this small. With the limitations due to its size, the sound isn’t mind-blowing but is a worthwhile improvement over the built-in speakers in the TV.

There’s no HDMI input because the TV decodes the HDMI audio and passes it on to the sound bar, either via analog or digital optical.


#6

Okay, so how does this compare to the Philips soundbars that pop up on the Woot sites from time to time?


#7
 Yeah, these must B older stock not to have ANY HDMIs. All systems now have at least 1 hdmi, & most have 3 or 4 to allow all your components their own input. Maybe Bluetooth makes up for it.

#8

It’s right at the price point of…,“Hmmm, Square Trade warranty or not?”


#9

The link to the Vizio page brings me right back here!


#10

Found the 38" version, refurb at Amazon, prime eligible, for $77.03. Square trade 3 year warranty for $7.73 more. Still no HDMI, FWIW.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00K8WCE7C


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Product pg for 29", click on specs tab
http://www.vizio.com/outlet/soundbar/s2920wc0rc.html

Product pg for 38"
http://www.vizio.com/outlet/soundbar/s3820wc0c.html


#12

Which link? I’m not seeing any with that problem.


#13

Why would having HDMI be beneficial for a sound bar? Can’t you use your device’s optical output?


#14

HDMI makes set up much easier. HDMI also processes ARC or Audio Return channel which sends audio to the soundbar or other component via the one cable. Here is a good CNET summary on ARC. I agree with others this is either old tech or the HDMI reflects the lower price point.


#15

Odd, I don’t see how this is any different than running everything to your TV and then using the TV’s TOS output into the sound bar.


#16

Anyone happen to know the DC voltage value that the AC converter provides to the sound bar?
I would like to use this in an RV but with the +13.5 vdc from the vehicle.


#17

I have a boston acoustic sound bar I set up just this way using the optical out of the TV into the sound bar. Works and sounds great… thinking maybe need another one for a future TV setup in another room…humm


#18

How do you work the volume on this thing? Will the TV remote and/or Uverse remote work? TIA.


#19

Bought a different model Vizio sound bar at member warehouse. It’s okay but turns off with the TV and requires the Vizio remote to do everything (including power back on). I live with it.


#20

The auto-off on this thing is the most annoying thing ever. You can’t disable it, either.