Experts marvel at the rich array of balanced soundscape and loud output of the Hisense HS218, recommending for music playback and TV dialogue.
Experts at 9to5Toys love its loud audio volume, which is great for families. Testers from RTINGS hailed its neutral sound profile, delivering well-balanced, gratifying music regardless of genre.
And if you don’t like the out-of-the-box settings, there are equalizer presets and bass/treble sliders for fiddling with settings. The device boasts numerous ports and Bluetooth technology, providing hassle-free connectivity.
Because of its low latency, this system is great for dialogue-heavy TV shows. Unfortunately, being a 2.1-channel system, it downmixes 5.1 surround sound to stereo and doesn’t have voice assistants.
Although it has a dedicated subwoofer, it doens’t reproduce deep bass.
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