If you're someone that prefers a bass-heavy listening experience, the VIZIO SB2821-D6 is for you. The soundbar itself also offers a huge improvement over built-in TV speakers, upping the audio experience of everything. Now want to see VIZIO SB2821-D6 specs? Follow our VIZIO SB2821-D6 review.
The features that the Vizio soundbar come with are superb and something to have at your home especially if you have issues with your display devices. One of the great features included is the 95-dB expansive audio. The 95 dB has been designed to give a smooth and clear sound with less than 1% harmonic distortion. The SB2821-D6 also comes with a channel soundbar system with two full range drivers and two wireless subwoofers that make it possible for the sound bar to be enhanced in terms of sound quality. Power input is 120V. It has 2.1 channels.
In general, the SB2821-D6 looks quite handsome. It keeps things simple with lots of clean lines and right angles. The metal ends on both the soundbar and subwoofer look high quality, and the black, mesh coverings over the speakers themselves also lend an appearance of quality. The only small issues for some people may be the accents provided by those metal ends. This look will certainly work if you’re going for a clean modern aesthetic but placing this soundbar on an antique, wooden TV stand may be a bit of an odd juxtaposition, depending on the finish of the wood.
It doesn't have an HDMI-in, instead opting for optical, coaxial, or RCA inputs. This isn't a huge deal, as the soundbar comes with cables for each option, and the vast majority of TVs have at least one of those ports. However, HDMI is quickly becoming a go-to for most audiovisual products, so the lack of such a port is a bit odd.
I set it up briefly as there is nothing actually difficult to do. The SB2821-D6 offers easy adjustment of treble levels with via the remote. you can also adjust the low end of both the soundbar and subwoofer independently. Apart from that, there are a few preset sound modes for music and movies.