The Zvox SoundBase 670 is a well-built speaker base which is great at boosting the intelligibility of TV broadcasts and sadly not so great at playing music.
The Zvox Z-Base 420 offers an uncluttered look and solid sound at a budget price, but its quirks might give some buyers pause.
The Zvox SoundBase 670 is a well-built speaker base that is great at boosting the intelligibility of TV broadcasts, but it's not the best value.
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Zvox has always made great-sounding sound bars, but they were light on features. The new-generation models should change that perception.
They're refurbished, but also backed by a one-year warranty. You'd pay at least $100 for them elsewhere.
CNET reviews the Zvox 430 HSD, finding it bigger and more expensive than most sound bars, but delivers impressively large sound for movies.
It's not exactly cheap, but it packs tremendous digital-audio power into a compact, unassuming cabinet. I'm head-over-heels in love with mine.
Zvox introduces three new Z-Base sound bars with lower prices, smaller dimensions.
If you're not happy with the sound coming from your TV's built-in speakers (and, trust me, you're not), you'll love this compact yet powerful alternative.