Roth Audio Sub Zero II TV Soundbar with Bluetooth
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- analogue, optical and Bluetooth inputs audio sources
- connect easily to any TV or audio sources - even wirelessly from your laptop, mobile 'phone or tablet.
- tremendous home cinema experience.
- 80mm deep
- Wall Mount Capable (Brackets Included)
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Flat panel TVs look great. But they sound bad. The Roth Sub Zero II has been designed to give you the high definition audio you need to accompany your HD picture. Using analogue, optical and Bluetooth inputs, the Sub Zero II will connect easily to any TV or audio sources - even wirelessly from your laptop, mobile 'phone or tablet. With no need for a separate subwoofer the Sub Zero II has two built-in Ultra-Bass passive drivers, 2 bass drivers and 2 full range drivers, allowing full frequency range audio in a single discrete unit. Designed to perform in any room large or small, the Sub Zero II will bring new life to your TV and you'll hear detailed audio like never before. Using Roth MA DSP sound processing, you'll also get a tremendous home cinema experience. Designed to perform in any room large or small, the Sub Zero II will bring new life to your TV and you'll hear detailed audio like never before. Using Roth MA DSP sound processing, you'll also get a tremendous home cinema experience. The Sub Zero II can be wall or table mounted and at just 80mm deep, will complement any room. Set up is also simple so there will be no delay in enjoying your favourite movies or music. Turn It Up.
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Top Customer Reviews
I did not want to spend more than £120 for one so believe me...it was hard to decide because I love listening to music on my laptop and obviously my Plasma T.V has speakers that need some extra help.
Anyway..I decided to go for this Sound Bar and how happy I am with my choice.
3 sound options: MOVIE(wow) MUSIC( deep bass) and VOICE(handy with football and sports)
Bluetooth connection done in 1-2 minutes(I have loads of devices connected to the sound bar-PS3,Laptop and the T.V)
I would recommend this product to anyone..who..like me...spent days at searching the perfect product.
As a sub £200 sound bar (sub £150 in this case), you're not going to get all the bells and whistles that are available. I think it's better at this price point to focus on a system that delivers on the key requirements.
* Quality of sound (clarity / richness & depth with separation in the soundscape).
* Bluetooth wireless capability so that I could use it to deliver audio from other devices (iPad / Nexus etc).
* Compact (i.e. all in one with no additional speakers).
* Simplicity - i.e. as few wires as possible with straight forward sound delivery. My view here is that I have hundreds of gadgets and what I really didn't want was yet another 'system' with 8 millions tweaking options. At best, I wanted a few preset modes of operation and then to leave the thing to do the simple job of delivering sound to earhole.
Things I didn't need:
* HDMI. I'm looking for a 2.1 system with punchy sound - HDMI is not going to add anything that Optical can't. At this level, it's not important.
* USB / SD Card support. The whole point of getting a Bluetooth sound bar is that I can stream music rather than deliver it by physical media.
* Fake surround sound. If you want proper surround sound out of a bar, it's going to cost you. Cheaper options tend to throw stereo wide at you.Read more ›
Firstly, it's vital to make sure that your equipment is set up properly. I often wonder how many of those who leave negative reviews have done that. Soundbars are mainly stereo devices that are designed to widen and sharpen the poor soundstages delivered by TV speakers and give the whole thing a more cinematic feel thanks to some extra bass. Unless your DVD/Blu-Ray/TV audio settings are set to downmix/stereo and/or PCM, your soundbar won't perform as it should. In terms of connections, I connected the red and white phono cables from the soundbar to the TV and an optical cable from the bar to my Blu-Ray player.
The Roth Sub Zero II is as close to perfection as you can get from a soundbar at this price. There are three audio presets; 'movie', 'music' and 'voice'. I found that the 'movie' setting works well with everything, so I wouldn't bother with the other two. Unlike the original Sub Zero there's no bass control, which concerned me at first, but the built in bass levels are perfectly balanced, delivering a warmth that never threatens to overpower or drown out everything else. Movie-wise, I tested it with the Blu-Ray version of 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' and was blown away with the separation. Dialogue is crisp and clear and during action sequences, particularly towards the end of the film, arrows whizz around the soundstage, swords clang and goblin screams echo across the soundbar, whilst the soundtrack helped produce a genuinely immersive and cinematic experience.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Beware -Purchased this soundbar because the guy in the shop where we bought our LG TV recommended it, also bought an optical cable at the same time. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Diane Weeks
Soundbar sounds great, ideal for my current setup. Originally delivered a faulty unit but after arranging and receiving a working replacement, I'm happy with the service.Published 5 months ago by Chris
After using it for a few month the bass goes though the entire house - not a high quality product!Published 6 months ago by Oliver Vogt
Great price & great sound for the price. Fairly easy set up.
So much better than standard tv speakers. Read more
Very good sound quality for such a cheap soundbar.
The sound was a little too bassy when hooked up via the stereo jack, but sounds much better with an optical cable (and the... Read more
Not what I was hoping for. I bought this hoping to be able to hear the dialogue better when watching my favourite dramas but it hasn't really helped. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Cath
Terrible overall, Bluetooth is not working and 3.5mm input is crackling up the sound,
Avoid at all costs.