Amazon.com.mx:Opiniones de clientes: atune analog Barra de Sonido inalámbrica con Cable para TV, Barra de Sonido Bluetooth 5.0 con subwoofer inalámbrico, Compatible con Dolby Digital de 2.1 Canales, 16 Pulgadas
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- It shows up as a sensible "atune analog 06" on the BT list and connects quickly. - Reconnects automatically to known sources - Includes a set of RCA plugs. Does anything still use RCA? - Also has an "optical" jack. Optical isn't supported on cable TV or analog stations, of course, but any digital source should support it - Also has what looks like a 3mm jack for aux - Power cord is 60" long
The remote covers everything. There are buttons for 'sound mode', music, talk, movie, and standard. I can't find a discernible difference between music and standard. Talk cuts out a ton of noise channels but also results in somewhat muted output. The movie mode I don't understand either. It just cuts out half the depth.
I look for balance, clarity, and richness/depth. This has quite good clarity but there's very little balance. It's a very upper register speaker. It does not get shrill or raw at high volume, it retains most of its clarity. That's great.
It just has so little bass there's really no depth to it, so it's not all that pleasurable to me.
The remote is a bit odd to me. If you turn the volume all the way down, it beeps and turns off the sound. Muting I can see, except there's a dedicated mute button, but turning it off entirely is odd. When you hit the upper volume limit, it just blips. Sometimes.
There's a button on the remote I can't find any explanation for. By the picture, I'd think it was 'line in', but since there's already a 'line in' button, it's probably not. It seems to cycle something but I don't know what. (A box with a straight arrow coming in from the left side)
For music it's just not near good enough balance. For computer games, it also lacks depth. For movies it's just inexplicably flat.
if the price was $19.99 I'd say it was a fairly decent low-end, "starter" sound bar. At least it's clear, even at higher volumes. As it's currently priced at $50.99, I can't say that, so it's a 2 star for me. Not terrible, but overstating its prowess.
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Atune Analog Sound Bar Wireless 5.0 Bluetooth for TV with 2.0 Channel Dolby Digital Volume Control Remote Control-
I wanted a soundbar for my bedroom for some time now. I saw this compact 16" soundbar from Atune as a good choice since it was on the small side. First disappointment came when I opened it and realized they only included the RCA cables. My TV and most newer TVs do not have an RCA audio output anymore. I could utilize the Bluetooth but I worried about diminished audio quality and latency. So I bought an optical cable for this to really get the best sound. Trouble is the best sound from this soundbar is worse than the speakers built into my TV.
I tried to tweak the settings a bit to see if it was just something where the audio wasn't coming from the soundbar. I actually couldn't even tell the soundbar was the output at first. I turned the volume all the way up and it wouldn't even get as loud as my TV.
I will say when I get up closer to it, 3-4 feet, I can tell the quality is a bit better in terms of the range but from a further distance that benefit is lost. The remote is somewhat decent. It's small but the controls are easy. The sensitivity of the buttons is poor sometimes having to push it a few times to have it react. Not sure if that is a latency issue or sensitivity issue. There is no bass added that I can hear so if you wanted a richer sound don't look for it here. I really wanted to like this product too. So it really disappoints me to have to write this but I do not want to see others in the same boat.
For the price point this is listed at there are fairly limited options though it's not far off from where some pretty decent soundbars are listed for. So I would say this is a situation where it pays to invest a little more in something with better audio quality. Maybe for people with an older TV or if the speakers stopped working on your TV, this is a viable choice but I am hesitant to recommend it for any other situation.
Definitely not the easiest to connect or setup with a pc or gaming set up. Very much more suitable for a tv.
First impressions where bad, the box is so oddly shaped that amazon cannot accommodate for it, the product is sent in way to large of a box, with zero padding. It's very likely to get damaged in transportation. The instructions also are not secure, and fell out making them hard to relocate.
The connection is simple, but bluetooth is a no... it is extremely spotty! If you slightly move the sound bar it loses connection and starts jumping around in audio. You must plug this one in! Otherwise it's just a waste of time to get it in the perfect spot.
The cords are also far FAR to short for a sound system. It's almost impossible to plug into a wall socket and the bar reach the tv stand or desk. Just really annoying to situate overall.
The sound quality is decent, good bass when you use the bass amplifier/ speaker. It's nice, but again the spotty sound can just be a pain to figure out.
This system was very easy to setup via Bluetooth. Beyond that this surround sound system does not offer a sound experience that adults will enjoy if this system is connected to a living room or bedroom TV. I tried the 4 different sound options and none sounded great. Only one sounded slightly better than the TV's built in surround mode, which is pretty awful. The teen took it to her room and uses it with her iPhone when her friends come over and they are listening to music. She likes it and her friends think it's cool that she has this system. I would not recommend this system for serious listening because it does not make the expected improvements to the sound coming out of the average TV.
Does not include a Digital Optical Audio cable (only includes a rca cable) after unpacking and trying to set it up we learned our smart tv has no Bluetooth or rca connectors only a digital audio which wasn’t included in the box. After hooking up I enjoyed the sound in our living room (a medium size semi open to our kitchen) the sound projects good from the front but not from the top or sides. The subwoofer wireless connects to the soundbar even if the connection to your tv is wired, hidden behind the couch it’s great for a scary movie but seems to loud for daily use.
After 3 days of using the volume switch completely went out and doesn’t work at all, it cannot be turned up or down from and location (the tv remote, the included remote, or the bar itself) you press a button and the bar just beeps. Because or this reason I can’t recommend to anyone and is completely unusable.
I got this Atune Analog Sound Bar to place in my son's bedroom, as he has a TV that is 13 years old with not the greatest sound quality on it. I was hoping this would be an improvement, or would at least add to the sound in an improved way.
Unfortunately, it doesn't at all - the sound quality is not good. Ironically, his old TV with the faded, crummy speaker on it sounds better than this, which was really disappointing. If this was a ten dollar item or something like that, I could see perhaps someone finding it useful and better than nothing when a speaker goes out. For their current pricing, I don't feel it's worth it at all. You can get far better for far less money. I do not recommend this product on the whole and find it very disappointing.
Steup is simple. Just need to plug it in and use whatever connection you desire (I used the optical connection for a tc that the sound went out on). It does not come with an optical cord, which surprised me because most do and they provided a cord for connection to a dvd player, which I found useless. Then you choose the type of connection and there are different colors for the type: blue for bluetooth, purple for optical, and two more other colors and types of connections. I gave it two stars because the sound is no different than if the tv volume were turned all the way up. I feel like it's more like a speaker than a soundbar. It would be good for a kids room or my situation, where the sound went out on a tv and I dont want to buy another tv.
I was extremely disappointed with the sound quality of this speaker. It's a nice size and fits perfectly on the shelf of my TV stand, but the sound just isn't worth it. The sound on my TV is actually a lot better than the speaker. There is really no bass and it isn't as clear as basically every other speaker I've owned. This is fine for a speaker for a workspace or garage, but not much else. My portable Bluetooth speakers sound so much better than this one. Yes, it has an optical cable input, but what's the point when the TV sounds better?
-sound quality not the best -can barely hear the bass/ sound amplification from the speaker -Easy to use/ connect -no optical cord included -better for playing music through bluetooth or amplifying sounds from a laptop or computer -Get what you pay for as far as sound