Cambridge Audio TVB2 Review – Scoring High on Sonic Refinement

Right out of the box, the Cambridge Audio TVB2 has a discreet, space-saving design. It also offers generous options in terms of connectivity. Its sonic character is detailed and ideal for music, as well as cinema. Speaking of its sound output, there is a solid bass that comes off of the device. The set also includes a wireless subwoofer with 10-centimeter woofer, and wireless Bluetooth 4.0 with NFC connectivity.

Cambridge Audio TVB2 Review

The Cambridge Audio TVB2 Has an Inconspicuous Yet Modern Design That Delivers Great Sound Quality

The Cambridge Audio TVB2 is the company’s debut soundbar. It follows on the hot tracks from the already impressive TV2 and TV5 soundbases. This device is remarkably slim, and there are some that may not immediately get to notice it because of its inconspicuous design. It is aimed to beef up the lackluster sound that is coming off from the basic TV set using fourth-generation Balanced Mode Radiator (BMR) speaker driver, as well as a compact wireless 10-centimeter woofer.

The Cambridge Audio TVB2 Has an Inconspicuous Yet Modern Design That Delivers Great Sound Quality

Its inconspicuous design is made with the reason of soundbars being able to be heard rather than be seen. It has an unpretentious black styling and compact dimensions. Whether it is placed on a wall or on a stand, this discreet device won’t draw attention to itself.

Upon closer inspection, it will reveal the excellent build quality that you can expect from Cambridge audio. Most of the speaker is covered in a rigid metal mesh. The back, on the other hand, has a smooth matte finish. When you glance at it, it is actually attractive to look at, despite its overly simplistic design. The curved edges and shiny trims will lend a touch of subtle luxury.

Cambridge Audio TVB2 Review - Scoring High on Sonic Refinement

While looking incredibly simply on the outside, all the action can be seen from within the black grille. First, the TVB2 soundbar is equipped with two 57-millimeter BMR drivers. These were also used by the company’s flagship Aeromax 6 speakers. These will create sounds by not only moving back and forth (which is how regular speakers work) but also horizontally and vertically.

The Cambridge Audio TVB2 uses a bass reflex design to deliver optimal bass. It has a down-firing 10-centimeter woofer and port on its bottom. Overall, the system will offer 120W of Class D amplification while four EQ modes will cater to different types of material. Ultimately, this soundbar delivers more in terms of sound quality than what it can do for its looks.

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