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SKU: OSD-SP2-1 2.1 Soundplatform 2x Speaker w/ Subwoofer TV Stand Base Bluetooth RCA Inputs

Purchase 2.1 Soundplatform 2x Speaker w/ Subwoofer TV Stand Base Bluetooth RCA Inputs
  • SKU: OSD-SP2-1 sound-bar-sound-platform

    2.1 Soundplatform 2x Speaker w/ Subwoofer TV Stand Base Bluetooth RCA Inputs

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Give the sound on your flat screen TV a hefty boost with the Soundplatform 2.1 Bluetooth' Sound Stand with Built-in Subwoofer available at Outdoor Speaker Depot. This sound stand will greatly enhance the sound quality without forcing you to add a lot of extra speakers, and it will work with plasma TVs, LED TVs and LCD televisions. The footprint is small, but the impact significant with this sound stand, which doesn't require a lot of space. Install it in a cabinet or in front of or below your flat screen TV. It also will connect easily to digital music players as well as Bluetooth' audio devices. Four 2.5-inch midrange speakers, two 1-inch silk tweeters and RCA Analog, Optical and Coax digital inputs are included. There are independent amp channels for each woofer, and multiple source inputs for digital, analog and wireless. It supports a maximum weight of 85 pounds.

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  • Dual 5.25-inch down-firing subwoofers
  • Four 2.5-inch midrange speakers
  • Two 1-inch silk tweeters
  • RCA Analog, Optical and Coax Digital Inputs
  • Frequency Response: 35Hz - 20kHz
  • Features Bluetooth' Wireless Technology
  • Compatible with A2DP standard
  • Bluetooth' 4.0
  • AptX codec for rich detailed stereo reproduction
  • Includes IR Remote Control
  • Dimensions (H x W x D); 4" x 28" x 16 1/2"
  • Bi-Amped, 80 Watts Total Amplification
  • Independent amp channels for each woofer
  • Mulitiple source inputs: digital/analog/wireless
  • Supports Max Weight: 85lbs; Matte Black Finish
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Michael Nardi • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Does this unit support Dolby Decoding? What is the On/Off control logic when interfaced to the TV/comcast box? Regards Michael Nardi
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
Hi Michael, Thank you for the question! Yes, the Soundplatform does support Dolby Decoding. As for auto on/off: it just has an on off switch using the remote control. Since it is Bluetooth enabled, everything can be controlled from the Bluetooth device that is connected. Hope that helps. Let us know if you have any further questions. Thanks! -BM 2346
Aaron Bryson • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM I am interested in buying this to replace my current 2.1 setup. I will be connecting it to Yamaha RX-V371 receiver which supports 5.1 at 100 W per channel. Is this product compatible? Currently, I connect my speaks with banana plugs or wire directly into the back of the receiver's clamps. What cables should I be using to connect this to my receiver? Do you sell those cables? Thanks!
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
Hi Aaron, I believe you would connect it to your receiver's optical output and that should work.
Russ • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM First off, I love the sound of the platform. The remote, however, is a little cumbersome. Can your provide instructions on how to set up a universal remote to work with the platform? Thanks!
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
Hi Russ: Checkout our listing on line for the Sound Platform. There is a picture of our remote with a chart that features a listing of code numbers associated with each function. Check that out and see if that helps. TL/3668
john • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM How do we go about getting a remote for this as I lost my remote?
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
Hi John: Checkout the IR codes that are posted on the Sound Platform page along with the images of the unit. It gives a master code and also hex codes for each individual commands if you are using a higher end Universal Remote. You can also contact our RMA returns department in case they might have a unit that was pulled from a defective unit. The problem is we did not order extra remotes on the initial order. But see if you can set up a universal remote first. TL/4558
Jacob Michael Gray • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Can this be used for a center speaker in a 7.1 home theater? I have the rest of room set with in wall/ceiling speakers from you, but the room won't allow an in all center speaker. If not, would you have a recommendation from your products or someone else that would be comparable.
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
Hi Jacob: The Sound Platform features an internal amplifier for the left and right channel as well as the dual 5.25" Subwoofers. There are three connection options. One is analog right and left stereo RCA. And either digital Fiber Optic or Digital Coaxial. You could use the left and right RCA connections if your 7.1 AV Receiver has preamp RCA output for your 7 channels. You could connect the Center channel using a Y adaptor (one female to two Male) at the end of a single RCA male to male cable. That would be very effective if you had the preamp option. We started to add a subwoofer to our center channel in many of our home theater systems at the trade shows. In addition to the standard subwoofer outputs. Of course, we were using a Receiver that had the preamp outputs to do it. Another Option is to add an 8" angled in-ceiling speaker like our ACE870. The angled in-ceiling LCR speaker was created as a last option. Most ceilings are available where the walls may not be or the wife or significant other will not allow for floor standing or bookshelf speakers on stands. A TV mounted above a Fireplace is an application that often goes to the in-ceiling angled speakers for the whole front stage left, center, right. Many speakers were created to address the WAF (Wife Acceptance Factor). TL/5144