Single-Cabinet Surround Sound System ideal for 27"-42" TV's. Dimensions: 602 mm x 89 mm x 292 mm (W x H x D)Be quick and save big dollars on this strictly limited offer. Only 3.5" high, 23.7" wide and 11.5" deep, the Z-Base 320 system can fill your room with rich, satisfying 3D sound -- including thumping bass response -- with no external speakers, subwoofers or speaker wires! The 320's sound quality is excellent because we use high performance speakers and amplifiers. And unlike any other soundbar in its price category, the Z-Base 320 uses a wood (MDF) cabinet -- not plastic.
- soundbar Home Theatre Fits Under Your TV
- Only 11.5" Deep -- Fits On Most Bookshelves
- Great Computer Sound System -- Fits Under Your Monitor
- Surround Sound Without Multiple Speakers & Wires
- No External Subwoofer - Everything's Built-In
- Super-Clear Vocals
- "Loud Commercial Control" Technology
- Front-Panel iPod®/Portable Connection
- Works With Your Remote
Only 3.5" high, 23.7" wide and 11.5" deep, the Z-Base 320 system can fill your room with rich, satisfying 3D sound -- including thumping bass response -- with no external speakers, subwoofers or speaker wires! The 320's sound quality is excellent because we use high performance speakers and amplifiers. And unlike any other soundbar in its price category, the Z-Base 320 uses a wood (MDF) cabinet -- not plastic.
Since the complete system is only 23.7" wide and 11.5" deep, so it will fit on almost any furniture or bookshelf. It's the ideal size for use with most TVs from 27" to 42" in size. And it works really well as a desktop audio system for your computer. Hookup is super-simple -- just one connecting wire and a one-page owner's manual. You can even teach the ZVOX 320 to respond to your TV or cable box remote control!
If you want great TV sound without the complexity...without the mess....and without the high price, the Z-Base 320 is the right choice for you.
Crystal-Clear Vocals. Our Dialog Emphasis feature uses hearing aid technology to make voices unbelievably clear. It's amazing.
Tame Loud Commercials. Tired of commercials that blast you out of your chair? Our Output Leveling feature reacts instantly and turns them down to a lower level. You'll love it.
PhaseCue® II Virtual Surround Sound. The 320 uses ZVOX's proprietary PhaseCue II virtual surround processing to give you rich, three-dimensional sound with movies or music.. While no virtual surround system - including ours - will give you the surround effects of a good 5.1 system, the ZVOX 320 does a remarkable job. Sound & Vision magazine calls our PhaseCue processing "remarkably ingenious."
Disappearing Display. The 320 features a four-digit display located behind the speaker grille that shows the current setting for volume, bass, treble and PhaseCue II® (virtual surround) - and also shows when you have engaged the Mute, Output Leveling (OL) or Dialog Emphasis (DE) features. A few seconds after you stop using your remote (or front panel) controls, the display disappears completely.
Uses Your Remote Control. The Z-Base system can be programmed to respond to your remote control -- it takes less than a minute. Then your TV remote...or cable box remote...or satellite receiver remote...can control volume, mute and power functions of the ZVOX system.
Multiple Inputs...including front-panel connection for iPod® and other portable devices. The 320 has two analog audio inputs, one optical (Toslink) digital input, one coaxial digital input - plus a front panel 3.5mm analog stereo input for convenient connection of your iPod or other portable audio device. Any specific input can be selected using either the remote control or the slim-line module below the speaker grille.
Just Plain Great Sound. The most important feature for any home theatre system is high quality sound. The 320 uses premium quality speakers and amplifiers and was designed by our team of "New England Sound" speaker designers. We think you will be amazed at just how good such a small system can sound.
Note: A ZVOX 320 system can be connected to a TV or cable box in three different ways: 1) analog output jacks (normally a red and white set of jacks labeled “Audio Out”) or 2) an optical digital jack (a fiber optic cable sometimes called “toslink”) that sends digital signals to the ZVOX or 3) a coaxial digital jack (a single cable that sends digital signals to the ZVOX."Bigger, not just louder. Creates a sonic dance."
- The New York Times
"Remarkably ingenious. Editor's Choice winner."
- Sound & Vision
"A single-box powerhouse."
- Men's Journal
"Blows away the sound built into your TV."
- Corey Greenberg, NBC's Today Show
"Big balanced sound."
- Popular Mechanics
"Impressive sound without the clutter."
- TV Guide
"Rave Award winner."
- Home Theatre
"Diminutive competitor to iPod hi fi costs less, sounds better."
"Superior to most we've tested."
"Inspires sincere gadget lust."
- PC World
"Amazing. Shockingly good."
- Home Entertainment
- E-Gear "Awesome sound."
- Spike TV
"Big, full, dynamic sound."
- Ultimate AV
"Performance this good in a box this small should be impossible. It's not."
- Audio Video Revolution
"One of the most genuinely clever products I've seen."
"I'm hard-pressed to think of a better single-box solution."
- Home Theatre
"Sound quality easily rivals expensive 5.1 bundles."
- Electronic Gaming Monthly
"Rich, balanced and clear."
- Boston Globe
"An audiophile quality system."
"Much wider soundstage than any other one-piece system mentioned here."
"Better than some home theatres."
- Chicago Tribune
"Remarkable – we're amazed."
- Maximum PC
"The best I've heard. Knockout sound."