VIZIO SB3821-C6 38-Inch 2.1 Channel Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer Review
This is a review of the VIZIO SB3821-C6 38-Inch 2.1 Channel Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer
This sound bar is easy to install and gives an instant impact to your regular TV audio. The sound improvement over the stock audio from the TV is night and day.
You will quickly be able to call it a home theater for an affordable investment and for little time to achieve it.
Lets get into some of the more technical details because why are you here anyway? You need to make an informed decision on whether or not you want to take this sound bar home.
What’s In The Box
Take A Closer Look At The Controls
What is bluetooth pairing?
This sound bar supports bluetooth pairing which allows you to control the unit with a bluetooth capable device. If you have music playing from your iphone or android you can have that music sent wirelessly to the Vizio sound bar to have the music run through the speakers and sub woofer instead of the little speaker on your device. This adds another reason why this sound bar is a great investment. Just remember to keep the device within range of the SB3821 which is about 30 feet or 9 meters.
Think of all the content available on the web you can play directly to your sound bar. You don’t need any content stored on your device you can pull it from the web. For example if you have the InTune radio app you can find thousands of stations to play any kind of music, talk, podcasts you want from your device through the sound bar.
- Easy To Install
- Easy to wire
- No clutter
- Bluetooth pairing
- Might not be loud enough for big rooms
- Subwoofer signal may fade at a certain distance. Keep it close as possible to soundbar
- Subwoofer does not have separate volume control
There are plenty of happy customers who purchased the VIZIO SB3821-C6 38-Inch 2.1 Channel Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer. There are also some unhappy customers but if you buy from a reputable company like Amazon and Vizio they will surely replace or refund you if something goes wrong. So the risk is taken out of the equation for you.