I'm sure it would. You may have to program the remote from your tv. This sound bar and subwoofer work awesome!
This is one time when the sales people at the TV store were right. You really need this for your HD TV. I have a Sharp and the sound was not enough. It truly improves the sound. One suggestion, buy the cable that allows you to avoid using the power adapter.…
Am unfamiliar with your brand of t.v. but as I remember it comes with a digital optical and red/white audio cables........either should hook up to an hdtv. Very easy install and remote and batteries are included.
No receiver needed, if you have a new HDTV use the optical cable included its the best sound output. Also if you get no sound go into the TVs audio output settings and set it too PCM, from the default Dolby Digital.
the optical cable did the trick, just be careful not to bend it.
yes it will
This will definitely rock you home Gym!! I watch both off-air HDTV and use a Blu-ray player to view movies and stream Netflix. Yes, this will fill your needs. I currently use mine in our 15 by 20 bedroom.
Vizio doesn't use watts, they use a different method. But when I done a search online I was able to find a conversion chart. I believe this sound bar has 100 watts. I have had mine for several months now and use an optical digital cable. It has excellent sound and bass and volume. I use it with a 55" HDTV. I recommend it highly.
Yes, I have a Samsung 55" HDTV and the tv remote will control the volume, I also have mine hooked up with the HDMI cable.
Technically only one, I am unsure as to how or why you would have more than one device sending a signal through one cable but in short I found the following information: Of the 18 Gb/sec bandwidth, only 14.4 Gb/sec is usable. The rest is overhead used for error correction and to make the signal more robust over long distances. (This 20% overhead exists in all HDMI versions.) Sending a UHD image over HDMI 2.0 at 60 frames-per-second (fps) is easy. Using the same color depth as HDTV, we only need 6.05 Gb/sec of bandwidth to support that resolution and frame rate with audio. With its 14.4 Gb/sec limit, HDMI 2.0 can handle that quite easily. Concerts, sports, 3D films-any content shot with a 60 fps rate can now be sent over HDMI at full UHD resolution.
HDMI cable rated at 22 AWG is going to be able to carry more data over a longer distance than a wire rated at 26 AWG. This cable is likly to have 22 or 23 AWG as this is what the owners web site says: GET FLAWLESS, LIGHTING-FAST TRANSMISSION: Constructed with gold-plated, corrosion-resistant, oxygen-free connectors and double shielding EXPERIENCE DEEP COLORS & HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGES: Providing you with transfer rates up to 18 Gbps, this HDMI cable supports Full HD, 4K, Ultra HD, 3D, ARC, Ethernet and all other available HDMI functions so you can experience your device's full potential LIFELIKE HD AUDIO: This high-speed HDMI cord transmits high-resolution sound formats (e.g. Dolby TrueHD or DTS HD as well as 32-channel audio). The CEC and ARC features allow you to control your devices from one place UNIVERSAL COMPATIBILITY: Compatible with all HDMI, HDMI 2.0 devices, and backward compatible with all previous HDMI standards. This cable is perfect for your PS4, PS3, Xbox One, PC, AV Receiver, HDTV, beamers, projector, and more 36 MONTHS MANUFACTURER WARRANTY Hope this helps.