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Y ou may know that a sound bar is an easy upgrade for your TV's built-in speakers. But there are actually two types of sound bars: the conventional slim bar, and the larger platform-style system sometimes called a "base." They're both easy to set up and use, but there are some key differences. We'll break them down for you. A base offers sound support for your TV If your TV stand lacks the depth necessary to place a sound bar in front of your TV, a base can sit under your TV. ZVOX is a leader in these sturdy systems - their models support TVs of different sizes, all the way up to screen sizes of 85." No subwoofer required A sound base is a great solution if you don't have room for an additional subwoofer. Since platform-style models have larger cabinets than their slim counterparts, they can house more (and larger) speakers. Many sound bases have down-firing woofers, so they pack plenty of bass punch without a separate sub, making them a convenient one-piece solution. Customer Review: "Recently, I purchased the ZVOX 570, and within 15 minutes, it was up and running! OMG! I love it! Such rich, clear tones ...PERFECT!" -Birdy, California Choose your TV sound solution ZVOX SoundBase 670 This base supports TVs up to 70". Five 2" x 3" full-range drivers and three 5 " woofers put you in the middle of the action with lifelike sound. Dialogue emphasis mode can raise voice levels. #729SBS670 $499.99 Price break $399.99 ZVOX SoundBase 570 With five 2" full-range drivers and one 5 " woofer, this platform-style sound bar for TVs up to 60" delivers rich TV and movie sound while making dialogue easier to understand. Bluetooth lets you stream music wirelessly from your phone or tablet. #729SBS570 $399.99 Price break $349.99 BASE v A base for bigger TVs Get a base BY DEIA Z. 26 Free shipping on everything in this catalog

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