Vizio expands their HD audio eco-system with new releases
Vizio is not only good at making affordable flat screen displays for the living room, but the company has recently updated their portfolio of high definition audio devices with a couple of products which ought to curry favor with those who are looking for an affordable home theater system which delivers bang for your hard-earned buck. We’re talking about the VHT210 32″ Home Theater Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer and the VHT510 40″ Home Theater Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer, where both of them are full well capable of delivering big home theater sound in a sleek design coupled with advanced surround sound technology. They can be hooked up sans wires to the VHP100 Wireless Home Theater Headphones if you so desire, although don’t let Vizio tell you otherwise that different wireless headphones will work just fine as well.
First of all, let us take a look at the VHT210 Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer, where this sleek setup is meant for smaller-sized flat panel TVs of 32″ in size thereabouts, hooking up sans wires to its subwoofer as long as you remain within a 60-foot radius. Expect to enjoy exceptional audio performance from the Soundbar with dual 2.75″ drivers and 0.75″ tweeters which are capable of delivering left, right and center channels in enhanced SRS Studio Sound HD for a totally immersive surround sound experience. The inclusion of SRS TruVolume technology is a good thing as well, since it does away with sharp jumps in volume with channel and program changes. You can also choose to have it in a table-standing position or mount it to a wall, where other audio inputs include digital audio optical (S/PIDIF) and analog stereo (RCA). The VHT210 will hit the market this Q3 for $299.99.
As for the VHT510 Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer and Surround Speakers, it will cater for HDTVs that are 40″ or larger, while featuring a wireless subwoofer and rear surround speakers as well that wll take advantage of Wireless HD Audio technology. It boasts support for Dolby Digital, DTS, SRS CircleCinema HD and SRS TruVolume as well for a truly immersive audio experience. A couple of stereo RCA inputs, a digital S/PDIF input, and a remote control are thrown into the mix to make it all the more appealing, as it is being prepared for a Q3 release for $399.99.