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Teac SB04T

Teac SB04T

4.5 from 2 reviews

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Great soundbar for small LED TV

Just purchased a small 19" LED TV (Kogan) for our caravan. Great little lightweight TV, however what to do about the bad sound! Tinnie is the only word to describe it. So went looking for a replacement external speaker. Purchased the Teac SBO4T and it is excellent, put "Dirty Dancing" DVD in and the sound is tremendous. Cost of speaker $69.95 Leading Edge Electronics. Comes with all connection cables. Tv also takes USB connections and we have all our songs on USB they sound better through the Teac than through the car radio and speakers mounted in the van. Wall mounted the unit above our window in the van no problem.
Small size, wall mountable, USB or 240V power
The leads come out the rear and you need to make a spacer to wall mount it. Not a big deal though


Bang for the buck

You get what you pay for. But very good surround bar for $99. Don't expect it to perform at its best on a large area like your living room. But for a normal-sized bedroom, it will be definitely better than the TV's speaker. I'm loving it so far. Only negative I found out about it is - if you have an Apple TV, its remote will conflict with the Teac especially when sustaining the left arrow key. It will lower the volume of the Teac. Anyway, it's just a minor issue...
Value for money, good enough for small to medium sized bedrooms
Apple TV remote conflicts with this product

2 comments
Not Magnetically shielded according to the Teac manualI bought it and returned it the same day - 3 different tv remote controls including 2 TEAC caused huge conflict issues, every button pressed caused the soundbar to increase/decrease volume, sometimes quite dramatically, or even to mute the sound. The Panasonic was worst. Until this issue is resolved, don't buy it.

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Teac SB04T
CategorySoundbars
Release dateJun 2012

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