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Price: $ 250
"Integrated" subwoofers are something I've only seen in much more expensive soundbars, trying to combine good sound with a touch of elegance by focusing on the special Anchor has managed to bring this feature to a comparatively economical design – I would be lying if I said that I was blown away by performance or quality, but considering the price, volume and relatively low Size of the soundbar makes this an excellent combination of features.
What is mi t surround sound? It's a bit harder to make a final call. Dolby's Atmos system simulates true surround sound by bouncing sounds off the walls of a room, which is questionable at best. The Atmos mode of the Infini Pro did not affect the Netflix movies I watched with it (5.1 Atmos compatible sound enabled). it only made them louder and bassier. This makes sense, as the upwardly firing subwoofers are the source of the surround channels.
My living room is not an immaculate audio test room, but since my TV and couch are equidistant from the walls and not far from the back, it's ideal for Atmos. Still, I could not hear any specific benefit from the surround channels. It may be that my environment is not great or that it's just not that effective in a 2.1 setup (other soundbars with built-in Atmos have a 5-channel tweeter / woofer arrangement in the bar itself). The bottom line is that I do not recommend buying the Infini Pro as a replacement for a surround setup, though Anker is pushing the Dolby Atmos feature.
Premium Features for Easy Setup
At $ 250 Infini Pro is a significant step forward compared to the budget sound bars. And this jump brings some disadvantages, such. For example, a relatively simple setup for I / O, poor surround performance, and settings that are difficult to detect from a seated position. If you're looking for a soundbar that can really get you started or connect half a dozen different sources at the same time, that's not the case.
Nevertheless: The Infini Pro hits all the high notes of Anker. It's simple, with a well-configured remote and a surface that does not confuse even beginners. And though it's more expensive than some options, it outweighs its weight in terms of features, size, and sound quality.
If you're ready to invest a little more in the sound of your entertainment center without having to expand to a full surround space setup or something that needs a lot of space, the Infini Pro is an excellent choice.
What we like
Great, powerful sound
Easy interface and remote control
Compact size with integrated subwoofer
And what we do not
Questionable Dolby Atmos utility
Interface lights mounted on the top are hard to recognize