If for once you believed that SB3851-C0 was the best of Vizio's soundbar speaker system, then you probably have not seen the VIZIO SB3821-C6 review. Other than the room-filling sound from the wireless subwoofer, this excellent soundbar also has new high-tech aesthetics designed to perfectly match with your VIZIO TV set built right into the speaker system; the Dolby Digital Sound, the DTS TruVolume and DTS TruSurround. Let’s see other VIZIO SB3821-C6 specs.
Being wireless, and free of cables, this 5" subwoofer provides you with the freedom to place the system in any corner of the house where it perfectly fills the room with high-quality sound. It’s distinguishing feature is a larger subwoofer that, while still comparatively small in the grand scheme of things, has a standard 5.25 inch driver. Bigger subwoofers are generally better, and we’re glad Vizio can squeeze out more space while keeping the price very competitive. An overall max volume of 100 dB with a range of 50 – 20k Hz is going to be a major upgrade over most default TV speakers, and will be quite decent for filling a non-large room, but it will inevitably be outperformed by larger, more powerful traditional home theater speakers.
This soundbar still stands as one of the sleekest and neatest sound system available on the market. It is wrapped in black grilles and panels. Its side panels have a smooth brushed aluminum texture for a finishing that differentiates bottom, top, and sides. It's easy to install on the wall and to place on the table thanks to its simple design. There is no issue of cable ties trying to make your room neat from wires; its wireless subwoofer saves you the trouble.
In terms of the I/O cluster, there’s a set of analog and digital inputs. We are talking stereo RCA, 3.5mm stereo as well as coax RCA and Toslink optical input. VIZIO ships these soundbars with a simple, lightweight remote that allows you to control all of its functions.
The setup is fairly easy. You just need to follow the instructions. There is a remote that enables you to turn the soundbar on and off being far from it.