Design: The soundbar itself is very modern and classy, fits well in modern living spaces and TV stands. The subwoofer looks at first glance quite passable, then on closer inspection, however, not quite keep up, simple box of black lacquered or veneered plywood fiberboard.
Operation: After I was finally able to persuade by means of support to my TV (! Anynet was disabled) to communicate via HDMI ARC with the soundbar, I was really surprised, because what comes out of sound. The battery is easy also for larger rooms. The surround sound is just fine, even without up several speakers in his living room (and cabling) must! Of course it is not enough for all full movies Earthquake Sound, but trouble with the neighbors the sound is always sufficient. However, a special night mode also protect! When connecting via HDMI, the soundbar turns on and off automatically when the TV Turn your device on or off. In addition, the volume of the sound bar can be set using the TV remote control. Thus, no one has to use the supplied remote control, but if you want to use some special functions (sound, equalizer, surround, audio sync, DIM, Night), one can not help to have lying around another remote control on the table. Basic functions can be operated directly on the Soundbar via a touch panel. The connection and play music over Bluetooth with an iPhone is easy, via NFC I could not test it because I do not have NFC-enabled smartphone. Also the sound via Bluetooth, USB or analog audio is good, sometimes you have to readjust the sound setting something, but that's a matter of taste. The digital inputs (optical and coaxial) I have not tested this since I had no suitable cable to. The display can be dimmed, if you like romantic or who cares a bright display in three stages.
Conclusion: Very good sound bar with good sound and price / performance ratio. Recommended!