ZVOX Dialogue Clarifying Sound Bar with Patented Hearing Technology
New Remote Control, Zvox Dialogue Clarifying Sound Bar, 24 Watt Class D Digital Amplifier, Dolby Digital Decoding, The Art Voice Clarity, Patented Accuvoice Technology
What We Like
- Features 12 levels of voice boost that gives a room filling theatre experience
- Equipped with 24 watts of digital amplifier that produces high-quality sound
- Built-in patented AccuVoice technology delivers clear and crisp voice
- may be difficult to set up
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Around 81% of reviews were positive and about 14% were negative.
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What buyers say about ZVOX Dialogue Clarifying Sound Bar with Patented Hearing Technology
If you can afford the $200 price difference, you can get the latest BS500 with the first 6 AccuVoice adjustments, which are the main ones on the AV157.
The ZVOX is 1/3 the size of the Bose soundbar, but I can say without qualification that it ties for first place.
The default setting is that the soundbar will turn off when the TV is turned off, which is better than Bose, for which I had to turn it on.
I saw that this soundbar was supposed to help with this and ordered it, for someone who struggles with setting up a new 4K TV.
This works great, but I had to use the CC feature to hear the British accents better because I couldn't catch a lot of what they were saying.
Is it worth upgrading to the 203?
If you feel like you need more clarity in your voice, I would add the 6 added levels.
What are the dimensions of the bag?
It's roughly 17" x 4" x 3".
Does the sound bar make speech clearer or does it reduce or balance the volume with loud sounds, background noise or commercials?
I don't have to boost the volume when I'm watching TV shows with background music, and I have a friend who bought one too.
Will the accuvoice av157 work with the viziovl470 tv?
I bought the ZVOX hoping my Mom could hear the tv better with her hearing aids, but it turned out to be just a set of speakers that could get very, very loud.
Is this the solution for voice enhancement in movies and tv series?
The device has three distinct audio settings, so while it is "focused" to enhance voice clarity, we have not been disappointed in any way with the unit regarding music, voice or general listening performance.