Nowadays, movie watching is definitely a sure way of enjoying some of your time. Not only it enables us to enjoy watching movies and other kinds of videos, it also lets us interact with those whom we are watching movies with. Needless to say, movie watching can either be done solo or by group. In addition to that, movies are also more enjoyable if you have a home theatre system. However, having that not only looks very expensive; it could also pose some serious risks of injury, especially if you have children.
As we all know, a home theatre system is usually composed of the following items: an amplifier, a subwoofer, lots of speakers and a graphic equalizer. Nowadays, you can buy this either as a whole set or even per unit. However, unless you’re used to connecting lots of wires and the like, you can also find this one potentially annoying. That’s the real reason why soundbars like JBL Cinema SB250 came into existence.
Making long introductions short, the JBL Cinema SB250 soundbar is definitely a must-have for those who wanted to have a Home Theatre System experience without having yourself messing with all the wires and connections. Just by means of a relatively small package, the JBL Cinema SB250 soundbar promises you a live movie theatre once the component is installed.
The JBL Cinema SB250 soundbar consists of a main soundbar unit, which measures up to 32 inches, and a large wireless subwoofer. Plugging the main soundbar unit into your TV requires you to have a stereo cable, an optical input or Bluetooth connectivity. The soundbar unit can be mounted in front of your TV or even propped against a wall. Be also informed that the subwoofer occupies a large space so you also have to think of that. All in all, you must stay close to the power socket, too.
The experts have found out that once the whole system is set up, you can now watch movies in no time at all. Once the subwoofer is paired along with the soundbar via Bluetooth, it will automatically connect once the main soundbar unit is switched on. It’s also worth pointing out that the on/off synchronization works perfectly. If in case that there’s no signal, the subwoofer puts itself in standby mode until everything becomes okay once again. As a whole, the soundbar is definitely very easy to set up and use.
As of the time of this writing, the only problem with JBL Cinema SB250 is that whenever you try to play some music here, the sounds become somewhat distorted. However, our experts are still hopeful that the manufacturer has the problem fixed on the soundbar’s next firmware update.