Roth Sub Zero TV Soundbar

August 10, 2013 - Comment

The Roth Sub Zero is designed to give you high definition audio ideal for your HD picture. With analogue and optical inputs, the Sub Zero connects easily to up to three TV or audio sources at a time. Product Features Bluetooth®-Y Guarantee-1 year parts & labour SW Power-100 Subwoofer-Wireless Surround–

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The Roth Sub Zero is designed to give you high definition audio ideal for your HD picture. With analogue and optical inputs, the Sub Zero connects easily to up to three TV or audio sources at a time.

Product Features

  • Bluetooth®-Y
  • Guarantee-1 year parts & labour
  • SW Power-100
  • Subwoofer-Wireless
  • Surround–

Comments

saint_andrew "saint_andrew" says:

Connection is the Key I must admit I had a disappointing first night with this sound bar to the point where I even considered returning it which would have been an ultimately foolish and premature decision. After reading the manual in more detail and checking out a few online hi-fi forums I realised that connection was the key issue here as is the case with any sound bar I would imagine. If you just connect the TV to the sound bar with the supplied headphone cable to disable the TV speakers you have to crank up both the TV and sound bar volumes to nearly 100%. This is what I did on the first night and to be honest the sound was a huge improvement on the TV speakers but not enough to justify my purchase. However, the next day I connected the sound bar to the Blu-Ray player with the supplied RCA cable and I was absolutely blown away by the quality and intense sound experience even at low volumes. I have since connected the Sky box to the sound bar with an optical Toslink cable (purchased on eBay) and the…

Mr Mister says:

As good as expected. I bought this in Nov 2012 for £139 from an independent dealer (RICHER). This is not a surround system nor a 2.1 sound system but a reconstruction of a stereo. Flat screen TV sound is now so poor that a sound bar or similar sound system is now required. I opted for this one after listening to the Yamaha YAS101 as the depth of sound is that much better with this sound bar. Setup was easy with 3 options to send a sound signal to the sound bar, 1. Optical Cable 2. Audio Cable 3. 3.5″ Audio Connection. I went for the Optical Cable fed from the TV itself and not my Sky box as my wife likes to watch movies from a USB connected to the telly. The remote is simple with volume control, bass control, input control (see above options), and surround sound. Overall I am very happy with this, it does as I expected it to.

John Humphreys says:

SUPERB As a professional classical musician perhaps I am unduly fussy about the sound from my LED flat screen TV (which is pretty lousy incidentally) so I was looking at various soundbars for a 32″ screen. This is the only one that fitted the bill; looks good, well made and, most importantly sounds terrific. No complaints at all. You can get it for around £119 – worth every penny.

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