Majority Atlas Bluetooth Sound Bar 20 Watts with Multi-Connection
8 Hours Battery Life, 2.2 Â€Œ Full Range Speakers, Simple Control Buttons, Majority Atlas Bluetooth Sound Bar 20 Watts, The Slim And Compact Design
What We Like
- Built-in Bluetooth connectivity makes it compatible with all Bluetooth enabled devices
- Lightweight and compact design makes it easy to store and port
- Equipped with 2.2 full-range speakers that gives a cinematic experience
- may have connectivity issues with TV at times
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We analyzed 228,688 reviews for 370 products in the Sound Bars category.
We then analyzed 450 reviews for this product. Of these, 241 reviews were recent.
Around 84% of reviews were positive and about 13% were negative.
9.53 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about Majority Atlas Bluetooth Sound Bar 20 Watts with Multi-Connection
The sound was great and I was hesitant to turn up the volume in case I "blew" the speakers, but the reproduction was good and I gave up on dragging it around the garden as I worked.
I have only had it for a day, but I am very pleased with how it works. I can listen to music on my mobile phone while it is in "Bluetooth" mode, and then watch a video on my laptop when I need to.
I have to admit first thoughts are great, lovely sound quality, and plenty of volume, all you need to do is connect it to a compatible device, and it will work. It is sleek looking easy controls, and comes with a 3.5mm jack plug.
I have never heard of a speaker at this price point being as good as the Majority speaker, it is the highest quality speaker at this price point, and would hold up against speakers much more expensive.
If you only plug one sound source into the soundbar, it will switch over to that input, and if you use the auxiliary audio jack, you can just plug a tablet or mp3 player into that jack.
Is the volume controllable from the computer if connected only to it via the internet?
I almost gave up and was going to send this back until it was made clear to this granny that I had to use auxillary on the sound bar.
Is it possible to use it in a car?
Even though it says it is compatible with Bluetooth, it needs to be plugged in.
Is it possible to use this as a portable speaker without being hooked up to anything?
The power cable will charge it so it can be portable and wireless.
Does it accept a hdmi cord?
I am afraid that the Majority Atlas won't accept an HDMI cord.
What is the charge time?
It should take 1-2 hours for a full charge.