The Infini soundbar is part of the ever-growing range of Anker’s SoundCore products. SoundCore, part of the Anker group, is earning a very well deserved reputation as a producer of high-quality products without the premium price of other brands. How does the Infini Soundbar perform? Read on to find out in my Rapid Review.
- Integrated 2.1 Channel Soundbar: Infini is equipped with 2 tweeters and 2 built-in subwoofers to deliver an immersive cinema experience.
- Huge Hit of Bass: Low frequencies are enhanced in real time by exclusive BassUp technology for deeper, intensified bass.
- Customized Acoustics: Extended 35” design is optimized to deliver the same stunning sound whether wall mounted or placed in front of your TV.
- Input Options: Connect physically via the optical, digital coaxial, or AUX connections. Alternatively, stream wirelessly via Bluetooth.
- Optimized Audio: Use Infini’s remote control to switch between music, movie, and dialogue modes to tailor the sound output to your entertainment.
I was impressed with the design of the SoundCore Infini sound bar. The metallic grill wraps itself around the whole of the device, and it isn’t a shiny, fingerprint magnet. It isn’t very tall or wide, and it fits comfortably under the TV without obstructing the view.
The Infini soundbar is extremely easy to set up. The Infini comes with all the cables you need to get started, including an optical audio cable. You can even mount it to the wall using the wall mount. I opted to sit mine underneath the tv as it was the same colour.
The first thing I did after setting up the device was to turn it up to see how loud it was. I wasn’t disappointed at all. The SoundCore Infini is loud and the sound fills the room. It didn’t take too long for my wife to tell me to turn it down!
It’s all about the bass
The second thing you will notice is the powerful, punchy bass line. This is thanks to Infini’s BassUp technology.
The Soundcore Infini comes with three preset audio options; movie, music and voice. I could hear variations between the three options although I found the movie preset to be the best. However, it would have been nice to have been able to make more adjustments to find the right levels myself.
Feel like you’re in the center of the action with virtual surround sound and intensified bass.
The movie preset was my preferred mode. In my opinion, it provided the best balanced sound.
Your music packs a punch with well-balanced highs, ultra-clear mids, and a huge hit of bass.
I listened to many genres of music using the Soundcore Infini Soundbar, and they all sounded great to me. I’m sure that music lovers with a more refined ear would find some fault. I would suggest that for casual music listeners, the Infini music mode would be more than good enough.
The mid-range is enhanced for increased clarity, ensuring the dialogue doesn’t get lost in amongst other sound effects.
The voice mode did do a good job of highlighting vocals in films and TV shows. Although, I did find this mode a little too “tinny”.
At £119, the Infini Soundbar offers good value for money. It looks smart, sounds good and is easy enough to set-up. You can very quickly enjoy your movies, tv shows and music. The addition of Bluetooth is an excellent addition. However, the limited inputs and the lack of an option to create a personalised sound plan, might put audiophiles off.
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You can purchase the Soundcore Infini on Amazon at the following link,
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