Tcl soundbar

TS3010

TCL Sound Bar has been specially tuned to deliver what the artist intended, delivering loud and clear sound without distortion. Equipped with 2.1 channel sound bar system with subwoofer , Sound bar is destined to improve your entertainment experience with room-filling and stunning sound. Moreover, our sound bar comes with three distinct listening modes – Movie, Music, and News. The Movie mode lets you hear the dialogue with precise clarity and feel the impact of punches or explosions in intense action scenes. Music mode enables you to hear instruments, vocals, and bass with pristine accuracy. Finally, News mode isolates ambient sound from speech, enabling you to focus on content without getting distracted by background noise. Its equipped with Bluetooth for easy wireless streaming - You can stream your favorite music anytime by connecting your smart device with it. You can choose Wall Mount & on TV Cabinet for Placement. You can control it using one simple soundbar remote or your TCL TV remote for ease of use and reduced clutter.

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      • Roku TV ReadyTM – Enjoy smoother setup, easy access to sound settings, and compatibility with your TCL Roku TV remote.
      • Dolby Digital – Dolby Digital decoding maximizes sound clarity and creates incredible room-filling virtual surround sound.
      • Flexible Connectivity – Connect all your devices with your choice of HDMI (ARC), optical, analog (3.5mm) and USB
      • Wireless subwoofer for pulse-pounding bass – Experience deep, rich bass to make movies and music truly come to life. Feel the beats in music and the impact of an action scene in movies. And because it’s wireless, you can place the subwoofer virtually anywhere to adjust your exposure to bass.
      • Stream Music Wirelessly – Stream all your favorite music and podcasts from apps like Pandora, Spotify, TuneIn, and more, wirelessly from your smartphone, tablet, or laptop with Bluetooth® wireless technology.
      • Loud, clear sound in a compact design – Enjoy your favorite movies, TV shows, and music with enhanced sound quality.
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    TCL’s latest soundbars go fully wireless at CES 2021

    Last week, ahead of CES 2021, Roku announced that it had created a reference design for a wireless soundbar that could be used with the Roku TV Ready platform. The key innovation here is Roku’s elimination of the HDMI cable (or optical cable) that is normally a requirement when connecting a soundbar to a TV. Roku said that it expected TCL to be the first company to introduce one of these wireless speakers, and today, that’s what TCL has done.

    TCL Alto R1 wireless Roku TV Ready Soundbar

    The TCL Alto R1 is the first soundbar to make use of Roku’s proprietary Wi-Fi Audio streaming technology. Instead of connecting the Alto R1 to a TCL Roku TV directly, you simply plug it into a wall outlet for power, and the TV will automatically detect the speaker and prompt you with an on-screen setup guide.

    From there, all of the Alto R1’s settings can be adjusted using the Roku TV remote, making for a very simple experience. TCL claims that the Alto R1 will also benefit from regular and automatic software updates, and “impressive” audio/video synchronization. The R1 sports a Bluetooth connection for streaming music from a smartphone, but TCL has been shy about sharing the R1’s full specs, price, and release date.

    While TCL chose to put its primary focus on the Alto R1, it has other soundbar models in store for 2021.  The Alto 82i is a Dolby Atmos-capable model that doubles as a smart speaker, with your choice of Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, and reminds us very much of the Sonos Arc. It has dual built-in subwoofers and supports Apple AirPlay, and TCL expects it to launch in the third quarter of 2021.

    TCL Alto R1 wireless Roku TV Ready Soundbar

    The Alto 8e sports a Dolby Atmos-capable 3.2.1 configuration and includes a wireless subwoofer and up-firing speakers. It’s compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant, and works with Apple Airplay devices and Spotify Connect. TCL says the 8e will appear in the second quarter of 2021.

    Mysteriously, TCL says that there will be a fourth new soundbar in its 2021 lineup, but referred to it as simply “another premium soundbar with Dolby Atmos.”

    Hopefully, it won’t be long before we get more details for these new TCL soundbars, like their internal components, prices, and release dates.

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    Sours: https://www.digitaltrends.com/home-theater/tcl-alto-r1-wireless-soundbar-roku-tv-ready-ces-2021/

    TCL’s latest soundbar connects wirelessly to Roku TVs

    TCL teamed up with Roku at CES 2020 to release a soundbar that eased the TV setup process with on-screen instructions and settings courtesy of the “Roku TV-Ready” program. The two companies are doing it again at this year’s CES with a new soundbar that connects wirelessly to Roku TVs.

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    Slated to arrive later this year, the Alto R1 is an all-in-one, 2.0-channel soundbar that marks TCL’s first truly wireless soundbar—well, wireless save for the power cord.

    The Alto R1 manages its wireless audio trick with help from a reference design from Roku that allows for a point-to-point Wi-Fi connection between a soundbar and a Roku-powered TV, meaning there’s no need for HDMI or optical cables. Roku announced its new reference design late last week.

    As with the Alto 9+, the 3.1-channel Dolby Atmos soundbar that TCL unveiled a year ago at CES, the Alto R1 will be a Roku TV-Ready model, which means Roku TV users will be guided through the setup process with on-screen instructions and settings.

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    Unlike the Alto 9+, the R1 won’t support Dolby Atmos, nor will it offer virtualized 3D audio via DTS Virtual:X. Instead, the soundbar will come with straight-up Dolby Audio support, similar to many budget soundbars. Also missing will be support for Alexa and Google Assistant, although you will be able to stream audio to the Alto R1 from your phone via Bluetooth.

    TCL also announced a few higher-end, HDMI-enabled soundbars for 2021, including its first models with built-in AirPlay 2, plus support for Alexa, and Google Assistant.

    Due later this year, the 3.1.2-channel Alto 8e boasts a wireless subwoofer and upfiring drivers for Dolby Atmos, it will also come with AirPlay 2, Alexa, Google Assistant, and Spotify Connect support.

    Meanwhile, the Alto 82i will be yet another Dolby Atmos soundbar (no word on the exact channel configuration) with AirPlay 2, Alexa, and Google Assistant support, although it will swap out the wireless subwoofer for a pair of built-in subwoofers. Rounding out TCL’s 2021 soundbar lineup will be a fourth, “premium” model with Dolby Atmos support, TCL said.

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    Sours: https://www.techhive.com/article/3602752/tcl-soundbar-connects-wirelessly-to-roku-tvs.html

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    TCL has unveiled its latest Alto soundbars, which offer an affordable way of boosting a TV’s built-in sound. With the exception of the $59 Alto 3, all of the soundbars are certified as being “Roku TV Ready.” This means they should integrate seamlessly with TVs running Roku’s TV OS, allowing you to control and tune them with your TV’s remote. TCL’s Roku TV Ready soundbars range in price from $79 to $299.

    At the top of the lineup is the Alto 9 Plus, which was first announced back at CES 2020. It’s equipped with Dolby’s Atmos, which adds height to the surround sound experience. However, rather than doing this with traditional upward-firing speakers, TCL says it’s using “virtual height channels” to create the impression of overhead sound, and the 3.1 soundbar also includes a dedicated wireless subwoofer. It supports Bluetooth, and it’s compatible with Chromecast and AirPlay 2 to stream content from your phone. The Alto 9 Plus is available now for $299.

    Image: TCL

    One step down the lineup is the $179 Alto 8I, which will go on sale next month. The compromise here, according to Engadget, is that the 2.1-channel soundbar opts for dual internal subwoofers rather than having a separate unit. You still get support for Dolby Atmos and Bluetooth streaming, however. The soundbar is designed for TV’s that are 55-inches and larger.

    The $79 Alto 6 and $129 Alto 6 Plus are slightly smaller, and are designed for TVs that are 40-inches in size or more. Both support Bluetooth, neither have Dolby Atmos, and only the more expensive Plus model comes with a dedicated subwoofer. They’ll be available at the end of the month, TCL says.

    Image: TCL

    Finally, the Alto 3 will be the cheapest soundbar in the range when it launches next month for $59. It’s not Roku TV ready, there’s no Dolby Atmos support, there’s no dedicated subwoofer, and you don’t get the HDMI ARC input that’s available across the rest of the range. However, the soundbar is more compact, and is designed for 32-inch TVs and larger. Like the rest of the lineup, it includes Bluetooth streaming support.

    Image: TCL

    TCL has a good reputation for offering TVs that strike a good balance between price and performance, and the TV’s built-in Roku software is simple while still offering a good range of streaming services. If you want a soundbar that seamlessly integrates with an existing TCL TV, then the company’s soundbars are shaping up to be a good option.

    Sours: https://www.theverge.com/2020/9/29/21493125/tcl-alto-soundbar-9-plus-8i-6-plus-3-bluetooth-airplay-google-assistant-dolby-atmos-surround-sound

    TCL Alto 7+ 2.1 Channel Home Theater Sound Bar with wireless subwoofer - TS7010

    Model TS7010

    TCL Alto 7+ 2.1 Channel Home Theater Sound Bar with wireless subwoofer - TS7010

    • Clean and loud sound packed in a minimalist design
    • Wireless Subwoofer for extra bass and flexible placement
    • Easy set up for hassle-free and quick set up
    • Specially tuned to deliver distortion-free sound at any volume
    • Sound Modes (Music, Movies, and News) optimize performance based on content
    • Option to control Sound bar using any TV remote (when connected to TV HDMI ARC)
    • Inputs: Aux/Audio (3.5mm) Cable, Optical/Toslink, USB, HDMI ARC
    • IR pass-through
    • Deep Bass Port
    • All cables included (Aux, Optical, HDMI ARC, IR Pass-Through, and Power cables)
    • Wireless music streaming via Bluetooth
    • Wall mounting kit included
    • Ideal for TVs 55" and above

    Model TS7010

    • Clean and loud sound packed in a minimalist design
    • Wireless Subwoofer for extra bass and flexible placement
    • Easy set up for hassle-free and quick set up
    • Specially tuned to deliver distortion-free sound at any volume
    • Sound Modes (Music, Movies, and News) optimize performance based on content
    • Option to control Sound bar using any TV remote (when connected to TV HDMI ARC)
    • Inputs: Aux/Audio (3.5mm) Cable, Optical/Toslink, USB, HDMI ARC
    • IR pass-through
    • Deep Bass Port
    • All cables included (Aux, Optical, HDMI ARC, IR Pass-Through, and Power cables)
    • Wireless music streaming via Bluetooth
    • Wall mounting kit included
    • Ideal for TVs 55" and above

    Suggested Price $179.99

    1. Overview
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    Stunning Sound. Made Simple.

    Sound from Alto 7+ has been specially tuned to deliver what the artist intended, delivering loud and clear sound without distortion. Enjoy your favorite entertainment even more with three distinct listening modes – Movie, Music, and News. Furthermore, Alto 7 is equipped with Bluetooth for easy wireless music streaming.

    Premium Sound

    The Alto 7+ delivers stunning sound thanks to precision tuning to deliver what the artist intended. Enjoy loud and clear sound without distortion for a truly immersive listening experience. Enhance the audio of movies and TV episodes, or stream your favorite music from any Bluetooth-enabled device. A wireless subwoofer provides extra bass to make movies and music content on your TV come to life. Feel the beats in music and the impact of an action scene in movies. And because it’s wireless, you can place the subwoofer virtually anywhere to adjust your exposure to deep bass.

    Enhanced Entertainment

    Enjoy your favorite entertainment even more with three distinct listening modes – Movie, Music, and News. The Movie mode lets you hear the dialogue with precise clarity and feel the impact of punches or explosions in intense action scenes. Music mode enables you to hear instruments, vocals, and bass with pristine accuracy. Finally, News mode isolates ambient sound from speech, enabling you to focus on content without getting distracted by background noise.

    Easy to Setup

    Superb sound quality has been matched with a hassle-free setup. The Alto 7+ comes with all the cables that you would need to get started. Even wall mounting is made easy with the included wall mounting kit, complete with a mounting template to ensure that you get it just right the first time. When setup, control it using your Standard TCL Roku TV remote for ease of use and reduced clutter.

    TCL Series - Alto 7

    Model

    TS7010

    Soundbar Length

    36"

    Description

    36” 2.1 CH sound bar with wireless subwoofer

    Features

    Channels

    2.1 CH

    LED indicator

    1 multi-color LED

    Keypad

    on/Off, Source, BT, Vol -, Vol+

    IR pass-through

    Yes, with IR pass-through accessory cable

    Sound Bar

    Driver Dimensions

    2" x 4.5" driver

    Tweeter Dimensions

    1.5" tweeter

    Dolby Processing

    Dolby Digital  

    EQ Settings

    Music/News/Movie

    Subwoofer

    Subwoofer included

    Yes

    Subwoofer Dimension (W x H x D)

    8.3” x 12.9” x 9.8” 

    Wired/Wireless/Built-in 

    Wireless

    Connections

    HDMI ARC

    Yes

    Bluetooth

    Yes (version 4.2)

    Optical

    Yes

    USB Playback

    Yes

    3.5mm AUX line-in

    Yes

    USB Feature

    Audio format support

    MP3, WAV, FLAC

    Software Upgrade

    Yes

    Energy Information

    Power Consumption (W)

    40W

    Standby Power

    <0.5W

    Accessories

    Warranty Info

    2  (English, French)

    Quick Start Guide (QSG)

    3  (English, French)

    Power Cord Type (Soundbar)

    Detachable 

    Power Cord Type (Subwoofer)

    Detachable 

    Optical Cable

    Yes

    HDMI Cable

    Yes

    3.5mm-3.5mm cable

    Yes

    IR pass-through cable

    Yes

    Wall Mount kit

    Yes

    Remote Control

    Yes

    Remote Control Battery

    One "AAA"

    Product and Package Information

    Sound Bar Size (WxHxD) (inches)

    36" x 2.5" x 3.9"

    Subwoofer Size (WxHxD) (inches)

    8.3” x 12.9” x 9.8”

    Package Size (WxHxD) (inches)

    38.7" x 16.3" x 10.4"

    Total Package Weight (lbs)

    17.6

    Sours: https://www.tcl.com/us/en/products/sound-bars/alto-7-plus/tcl-36-alto-7-plus-21-channel-sound-bar-ts7010

    Similar news:

    If you’ve been wavering on whether it’s worth spending money on better sound for your TV, the TCL Alto 6 Plus makes the decision much easier. This does exactly what you want from a soundbar: It greatly improves on the quality of the sound you hear compared to your TV’s built-in speakers. It’s also dead simple to setup and use, and it costs just $99. 

    TCL Alto 6 Plus specs specs

    Price: $99
    Speakers:
    2 x full range drivers, 1 x subwoofer
    Ports: 3.5mm aux in, optical in, USB-A in, HDMI ARC
    Wi-Fi: N/A
    Size:  31.5 x 4.2 x 2.4 inches (soundbar),  12.8 x 7.9 x 7.9 inches (subwoofer)
    Weight: Not stated

    The Alto 6 Plus also sounds impressive, delivering a much bigger sound than you expect at first glance. It’s simplicity has a downside: you can’t adjust the audio — what you hear is what you get. But for the money, you get more than you paid for in improved sound. Keep reading our TCL Alto 6 Plus for the full verdict.

    TCL Alto 6 Plus review: Price and Availability

    The TCL Alto 6 Plus lists for $129.99, but you can find it for $99.99 at Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, Target and elsewhere. That makes it even more affordable than one of the other high-quality, low-price soundbar and subwoofer combos we’ve tested recently: the Creative Stage V2

    TCL Alto 6 Plus review: Design

    The Alto 6 Plus is a relatively small package. The 31.5 x 4.2 x 2.4 inch soundbar has two drivers inside and features rounded edges instead of the more traditional rectangular aesthetic. The wireless subwoofer doesn’t take up much space either, at 12.8 x 7.9 x 7.9 inches. 

    You can connect to your TV via HDMI ARC, or use optical digital or 3.5 mm. There’s a USB port for playing music and you can stream wirelessly using Bluetooth. 

    The Alto 6 Plus doesn’t have many special features, so there aren’t many buttons on the soundbar itself: just power, input, Bluetooth and volume. There are five LED lights on the front: one that is always on and switches color to indicate the input, and four that flash in various combinations to show you which sound mode you’ve switched to, as well as indicate the volume when you change it.

    The remote also keeps it simple, with buttons for power, mute, input and Bluetooth. There’s a wheel that controls the volume and has play/pause, skip and back buttons for controlling music. You can also select from three sound modes. 

    TCL Alto 6 Plus review: Performance

    The Alto 6 Plus produces a surprisingly big sound given its size and price. It makes dialog easy to hear, thanks in part to the extra resonance that the subwoofer punches in. The subwoofer also provides oomph on low-end effects, though it isn’t very detailed. 

    While watching March Madness basketball games, the announcers were easy to understand, and Lady Whistledown’s voiceovers in Bridgerton sounded clear. In the action-heavy opening scene of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, the subwoofer gave extra power to the punches and gunfire. When Thor brings the lightning down on Wakanda in Avengers: Infinity War, the room rumbled satisfyingly — though it was a muddy rumble. 

    The Alto 6 Plus was just okay for playing music. Some of its TV and movie strengths still applied, with the vocals on Black Pumas’s “Fire” sounding clear and the bass rich. But the system lacks punch in the treble tones, which made the horns on the song sound flat. Similarly, The Weeknd’s voice was full on “Bright Lights,” but the rest of the instrumentation was muted.

    The little system gets plenty loud for most rooms, maxing out around 94 decibels. But it distorted significantly at that level, and the sound was much more pleasant at 85 decibels — which should still be loud enough for most situations.

    TCL Alto 6 Plus review: Setup

    The repeating theme here is simplicity. Because the Alto 6 Plus doesn’t have many features, there’s not much you need to do, or can do, during setup. 

    I connected the Alto 6 Plus to my TV via HDMI, and the soundbar’s HDMI audio return channel (ARC) provided a one-cable connection (the system comes with an HDMI cable in the package). After the connection, I was able to use my TV’s remote to control the level of the soundbar. 

    TCL also makes TVs that run Roku TV, like the excellent TCL 6-Series Roku TV (R635), and the Alto 6 Plus is “Roku TV Ready.” That means if you have a Roku TV, it will walk you through setting up the soundbar and you can use your Roku remote to control it. I didn’t test this feature, but setup was easy even without a Roku TV.

    The Alto 6 Plus has no way to adjust to subwoofer level, which may bother some people who would prefer more or less bass. There’s also no mobile app. In some ways the lack of features was refreshing, as soundbars get more complicated and throw in more ways to complicate the setup process, but if you want the ability to adjust sound output to your tastes, then the Alto 6 Plus is not for you. 

    You can select one of three sound modes — Movie, Music and TV — but they don’t actually change the sound much. Movie has a little more bass; TV has a little more vocals; music sits between the two. 

    TCL Alto 6 Plus review: Verdict

    For about $100, it’s hard to beat the Alto 6 Plus. It has a big sound and dialog is easy to understand. The subwoofer adds a lot to the audio and gives oomph to action scenes. The Alto 6 Plus simply does the job without any fuss.

    The lack of customization is a shame, but few soundbars in this price range offer much in the way of audio adjustments. Vizio’s SB3820-C6 has better overall sound at the same price, but lacks a subwoofer. If, then, you like bass and don’t want to spend more than $100, the Alto 6 Plus is definitely worth a listen.

    Sours: https://www.tomsguide.com/reviews/tcl-alto-6-plus-soundbar-review


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