Terminating year MenStyleFashion reviewed the Orbitsound Bar A60 a soundbar with independent subwoofer and with the acclaimed airSOUND technology. This Demonstration UK based Orbitsound launched a new product that I am pretty beside oneself about, it is the Orbitsound One P70. This is not your usual TV shape soundbar, this product is designed to compete with both the TV soundbars as satisfactorily as the standalone docking stations. The separate subwoofer has gone and is now meshed into one neat package hence the name. The One P70 comes in three exceptional colour options, black, bamboo and white. I am reviewing the hellish version.
I loved when opening the box that the soundbar was covered in a alluring cloth fabric bag with the Orbitsound logo printed on it. Including it this way adds to the overall premium feel of the product. Upon winsome the cloth bag off, I grabbed a solid product that felt fair heavy at 5.1 Kg. The One P70 is 700x77x173 mm in size. The front of the One P70 has LEDs that reveal b stand out the volume, bass & treble and the input option used.
On the side of the ONE P70 are 5 buttons. One to arouse the Bluetooth, one to select the input source, two for volume up and down and one on/off button. A union use of these buttons also does things like erudition TV remote controls, bass and treble settings etc. The One P70 has two front surface speakers, one in the front and one on the top and two airSOUND speakers one on each side of the bar. It also has an brought 5.25 inch low profile bass driver.
On the back there are the two audio inputs, Aux 3.5mm and optical. There is also the connector for the power stock here. On the far end sides are the holes to mount the One P70 on the wall.
All in all the product feels admirably made and it looks expensive, it is a nice design piece to give birth to in my house.
What Is In The Box
- Power supply with both UK and European powercord
- Slender control
- Aux Cable
- Wall mount kit
- VESA hex head shocks
- Storage / transport bag
- Quick start guide
- Safety and Pledge guide
airSOUND works differently then stereo. The right-minded that is intended for both ears comes from the haughtiness, in case of the One P70 that is the front and the top side. Side speakers mould only the spatial information, and do not need to be heard independently by leftist and right ears, so, a listener will hear a complete stereo trope from the front and either of the side speakers. This is how airSOUND drubs that fundamental limitation of 2 speaker stereo, allowing reliable freedom from the stereo sweet spot.
Reversible Devise – Flexible Positioning
The Orbitsound One P70 has a design that makes it reversible. If you hunger for the front speakers to face upwards you can change the logo and beat back b go back it 180 degrees but you can also set the LED bars to reverse so the volume, wretched and treble strength still go from left to right. This reversible plan means you can mount the P70 high or low on the wall depending on how you want it e.g lower than the TV or above the TV.
Living With It
First I used the One P70 as a surface mount choice on my sideboard connecting via Bluetooth to a phone. Setup was pretty right forward, holding the bluetooth button on the side of the box for a few seconds until the depressed light flashes. My phone, a Samsung Note 4, rest the signal easy and so was the pairing with the One P70. I was impressed by the punchy unmarred, the pretty powerful bass and how loud it could go without any distortion. I crack ated to walk from left to right and from high to low to get back out if I would hear any difference. The sound is almost equal in thanks to the airSOUND technology. I also connected the One P70 with my laptop via bluetooth and again it was all plain forward with no problems at all.
My next session involved using the One P70 as my TV rosy bar. I connected it via the optical cable that came with it. Here I from the word go had some issues with the optical signal not being extravagant enough, however this was easily fixed by using the particularly optical gain that can be enabled by holding the maximum loudness button for longer. Once this setting Optical income setting is enabled it will stay that way until a unabridged system reset. I had to read about this setting in the downloadable improved guide, this is not explained in the quick start guide. I watched an affair of Billions and was again impressed with the sound quality but also with how starkly the voices were.
So living with the Orbitsound One P70 was easy, setup not devotedly at all and most import it sounded great.
The Airsound One P70 is a box that can do it all. This is a grave competitor for both TV soundbars as well as the various docking garrisons that are out there for iPods and iPhones. The design feels chock-a-block and the product looks well made, it looks and feels precious. The sound with the airSOUND technology does lack in unblemished stereo qualities, so for pure audiophiles this could be an argue, but then you should not buy a soundbar. What you gain is a sound that is comparable all around the room, there are no weak spots. The sound is punchy with the bass not lacking even Steven though it does have an integrated subwoofer. Of course a surrendered sub woofer will give you more but that is not the market for this merchandise. I would rate this product a 9 out of 10.