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Published on October 13th, 2015 | by The GC Team


Cambridge Audio’s first soundbar

Cambridge Audio’s TVB2 soundbar incorporates two 4th generation patented BMR speaker drivers – also used in the company’s flagship Aeromax 6 speakers – with 120W of class D amplification and the delivery of mid and high frequencies with a wide dispersion not usually possible from such a small speaker.

The bass is handled by a separate 10cm wireless subwoofer, resulting in a larger sweet spot and allowing listeners to sit anywhere in the room.

The TVB2 features IR remote learning and auto power on/off. With 3 x HDMI inputs – all with 4K pass through – and a single HDMI ARC output, users can connect all input devices to the soundbar and run just one cable to the TV.

High quality Bluetooth 4.0 wirelessly connects with phones, tablets and computers, unlocking music stored on devices or streamed from services such as BBC iPlayer Radio, Spotify and YouTube. NFC one-touch pairing also makes it easy to pair with compatible devices. Alternatively, optical digital and AUX analogue inputs make the TVB2 a versatile solution capable of playing audio from any device.

Four adjustable EQ modes (TV, Music, Film and Voice) enhance the sound experience depending on the listening material or personal preference.

The unit is designed to sit in front of the TV or to be wall mounted.


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