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ZVOX TV Speakers

Discussion in 'Audio Hardware' started by Done A Ton, Mar 13, 2009.

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  1. Done A Ton

    Done A Ton Birdbrain Thread Starter

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  2. Taurus

    Taurus Forum Resident

    Location:
    Houston, Texas
    About three years ago I auditioned one at Best Buy, using my own CD. I am 99% sure it was the "315" model.

    I checked it out mostly because I was curious about what this plain (but not unattractive) speaker system sounded like. I thought it sounded very good for such a small device, with an overall warm sound along with surprisingly deep and clean bass. I would have no problems listening to one if I didn't have the space for a conventional 2.0 system. And its virtual surround system worked as advertised. Build quality was good too, and controls had a smooth solid action.
     
  3. I used to own the 315. It is definitely a step-up from built-in TV speakers. I had it connected to my bedroom TV, and although the sound quality was good, I was not impressed with the with the stereo separation. I sold it.
     
  4. Bill

    Bill Senior Member

    Location:
    Eastern Shore
    I got a 315 on 30-day approval when it first came out. It was OK, but no miracle-worker. Sent it back. Unless the speakers in your set are horrible, I think you're better off with a $200 powered sub. That's what I did with my Pioneer plasma and am very happy with the arrangement.
     
  5. MacGyver

    MacGyver Forum Resident

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    you would not believe how good your video sources could sound through a stereo receiver and a pair of full-range floorstanders. there are several terrific late eighties/early ninties A/V stereo/surround receivers out there that are as competent as many stereo receivers/integrated amps, plus they allow full remote control. among them, the 1990 PIONEER VSX-D1S is one of the very best...
     
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