ABOX Sound Bar Review

Few things beat the joy of watching an incredible movie, and with a good sound bar, it’s even better. For years, I’ve just been using the audio coming out of my TV, so this was a much-needed upgrade and the ABOX sound bar did not disappoint. The sound is incredible, it’s easy to set up, and it’s made every audio experience better.

Sound of the ABOX

There’s no doubt, the sound is incredible on this sound bar. Voices are clear, the bass is booming, and everything you watch is greatly enhanced with the ABOX sound bar. The power on it is 110 dB and 120 Watts and it can get impressively loud. The subwoofer is just the icing on the cake when it comes to the sound, especially when you’re playing music or watching an action-packed movie. It gives it that extra rumble you feel when you’re in a movie theater. You barely even have to turn it up that high to hear everything clear. You can adjust the bass and treble up and down. I haven’t been able to test it in a large room since I just live in an apartment, but the sound fills my entire living room.

Overall quality and using the ABOX

One great feature of the ABOX sound bar is that it’s made out of metal. Ones I’ve had in the past had a mesh fabric surrounding the speakers, which is a nightmare if they get a scratch in them because that’s almost impossible to fix. The sound bar has four speakers inside of it, which gives it a great surround sound. It looks like it’s high-quality and will hold up for a long time. There’s an easy button for you to switch between all of the different outputs, depending on what you’re using it for in the moment.

Setting up

This is such an easy system to set up. I think it took about a total of five minutes from opening the box to having it completely set up and on. You simply plug the subwoofer into the sound bar and the sound bar into your TV depending on what type of connection you want, and then plug it in to an outlet.

Inside the box and connection options

This sound bar comes with a remote, sound bar, subwoofer and 4 different connections: Bluetooth, RCA/AUX/3.5mm-to-RCA cable, and USB. For my TV, I used a RCA connector. The remote comes with a variety of EQ options, such as movie, music, 3D, and news for an enhanced experience. It also comes with 4 wall holders if you want to hang it on your wall. You also have the option to use Bluetooth. When I used Bluetooth it connected easily and quickly, and can stay connected for up to 50 ft. When I used Bluetooth, I didn’t notice any lag in sound or an unstable connection. Any device that has Bluetooth 4.2 can connect to the sound bar.

See it in action:

 

The tech details:

* Power Supply:AC 110V-240V 50Hz/60Hz
* Sound bar : 860mm*62mm*65mm
* Subwoofer: 115mm*247mm*420mm
* Power output:15W*4+60W=120W R.M.S.
* Driver Unit:2.25″*2 SB + 5.25’inch SW
* Input impedance :8Ω*2+4Ω
* Frequency Response:55Hz-20KHz
* Distortion:</=1%(1K/1W)
* Input Sensitivity:SB: 800mV±50mV; SW: 400mV±50mV
* Bluetooth Version:Version: 4.2+EDR

 

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I received this product at a discount for the purposes of testing it and reviewing it. All opinions expressed are truthful and 100% my own.

Jackie Pearce
Jackie is a writer out of Denver, Colorado with a never-ending passion for good TV shows, gadgets, and old-school video games. Compensation Area of Interest I've been writing articles online for over 8 years, but I'd like to start getting into the review world. I love, love, love TV shows and gadgets.
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