It’s hard to find a Dolby Atmos soundbar in cheap in the budget range. In this article, I bring to you the review of the cheapest, yet pretty good, Dolby Atmos Soundbar. This is a 120W Dolby Atmos soundbar from Anker Soundcore. This Dolby Atmos Soundbar comes with built-in dual subwoofers.
Soundcore Infini Pro Dolby Atmos soundbar review:
Infini Pro Soundbar Design and Build Quality:
This Soundcore Infini Pro soundbar from Anker company comes in a pretty sleek and flat stylish design, which allows it to fit comfortably under a TV without blocking the view. It gets a black fabric finish. All physical buttons are placed on the top, and they come with touch functionality.
Underneath are two rubberized stands that provide this soundbar with a firm grip on any surface. This soundbar comes with two upward-firing subwoofers having 3-inch drivers. On the front, two speakers have 2.5-inch mid-range drivers. Apart from this, there are two 1-inch tweeters along with bass reflex ports. This soundbar comes with a 4k pass-through and compatibility with Dolby Vision and HDR. These features come in handy while playing Blu-Ray discs.
The remote’s built quality is decent, and it comes with bass control, 3 sound modes, movie, music, and Voice. It also has a surround sound button.
- Bluetooth v5.0
- 2 x HDMI ports
- 1 x USB port
- AV port
- Optical port
It comes with Bluetooth v5.0. It has 2 HDMI ports, 1 USB port, an AV port, and an optical port on the rear. However, you cannot play music through the USB port, and it has been provided for manual updates.HDMI Out port comes with ARC support. On the right side, the Dolby Atmos logo comes printed. While here, Dolby Vision is written.
The performance of this soundbar through HDMI ARC is awe-inspiring. On it, you get to hear very minute audio details that you miss on other ordinary soundbars. Through the AV port, too, the sound is pretty loud but not as detailed as you get to hear through HDMI ARC.
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Dolby Atmos Performance:
The performance of this soundbar is remarkable. Even without any external subwoofer, the bass is pretty deep. I compared the audio of this soundbar with another 160W popular soundbar with an external subwoofer and found the audio of this Dolby Atmos soundbar equally loud.
Now coming to Dolby Atmos, it can only be experienced if you have a Dolby Atmos TV or one that has an HDMI eARC port on it. I have observed its performance very closely after connecting it to the Dolby Atmos-enabled TV.
Apart from this, I also closely monitored its performance after connecting it to my VU TV which does not come with Dolby Atmos. Though its audio performance through pixel light TV was also excellent, audio details were more on the Dolby Atmos-enabled TV.
Through this soundbar, you will be able to differentiate the beats of different musical instruments and be able to hear all the object-based sounds present in any scene. Suppose in a scene various musical instruments are playing, and the different objects in that scene are also creating sounds; you will get to hear all the music and object-based sounds very clearly.
The bass of this soundbar is pretty deep, but unlike some cheap soundbars with deep bass, it does not create unnecessary thumping noise without the scene’s requirement. Apart from bass lovers, this soundbar will surely appease those, too, who are not fond of unnecessary bass thumping.
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Without even any external subwoofer, the loudness and bass effect of this soundbar is impressive. In addition to heaviness, there is crispness and clarity in dialogue delivery. Movie Modes give you the best bass effect. For the best audio experience, you need to switch on the surround sound. If you sit directly in front of the soundbar, you will get a decent surround sound experience. The musical experience through this soundbar is also great. The audio rendered is pretty loud and clear.
This soundbar can play even songs in pretty good quality without compromising on the loudness. Its file decoding capacity is perfect. summing up, this single-bar form soundbar gives you that cinematic experience, which even more powerful soundbars with external subwoofers are not able to give.
Conclusion: Infini Pro Dolby Atmos Soundbar Review
This soundbar’s decoding capacity is too good, and it gives you more audio details than any ordinary soundbar. However, if you are thinking of getting an ultimate Dolby Atmos surround sound experience on this soundbar, then I suppose you might be wrong; for that, you will need a 5.1.2, 7.1.2, or 9.1.2 audio setup.