|Product Dimensions||10.16 x 109.09 x 5.08 cm; 6.16 Kilograms|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required. (included)|
|Item model number||COMMANDUK|
|Compatible Devices||IOS or Android|
|Special Features||Alexa Enabled|
|Number Of Items||3|
|Audio Output Mode||Surround|
|Speaker Surround Sound Channel Configuration||2.1|
|Connector Type||Wireless, Wi-Fi, HDMI|
|Includes AC Adapter||Yes|
|Item Weight||6 kg 160 g|
Polk Audio Command Bar 260W, 2.1 with Hands-Free Amazon Alexa Voice Control Built-in, 4K HDMI, and Fire TV Compatible for Your Home Theatre - (Black)
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- 2.1 channel Soundbar system with 160 watt RMS output
- Dolby Audio, DTS enabled
- Connectivity: Bluetooth version 4.0/Optical/HDMI 1 (Input) and HDMI(ARC), Alexa Enabled
- 6.5’’ Driver , 100 watt wireless subwoofer
- What’s in the box: : Soundbar, subwoofer, IR remote, 2 No.AAA batteries, HDMI cable, optical cable, power cable for soundbar and subwoofer.
- Warranty: 1 year warranty
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The Polk Command Bar – The home theatre sound bar system with Alexa built-in. • Integrated far-field microphones and Alexa voice services • Use your voice to control the sound bar • Control your smart home devices and stream music — “Just Ask” • Patented Voice Adjust technology for crystal clear dialogue • Wireless subwoofer for deep bass • 4K HDMI ports • Fully compatible with Fire TV (sold separately) • Includes HDMI and Optical cables for quick and easy setup
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|Compatible Devices||iOS or Android||Suitable Amplifier (Not Included)||TV’s, Projectors, Blu-ray Players, Media Players, Smartphones, Android, iOS, iPhone, iPad, iPod, MAC, PC, Laptops, Music Player, Portable Audio Player, Setup boxes, DTH TV, Gaming Consoles, DAC’s, DVD Player, Tablets, Apple TV, MP3 Players, CD Player, Amazon Echo Dot, Google Home, Chromecast Audio||TV, Mobile (IOS, Android, others), Tablets, Laptops, and all bluetooth devices|
|Item Package Dimensions||1.20 metres x 54.00 cm x 24.60 cm||58.93 x 45.97 x 26.16 cm||97.00 x 47.80 x 24.40 cm||60.45 x 19.30 x 10.16 cm|
|Item Weight||6.16 kg||5.67 kg||7 kg||1.67 kg|
From the manufacturer
Your Voice, Amazon Alexa. Polk Sound. Together.
Use your voice to control the sound bar, your smart home devices and stream music – “Just Ask.”
For movies, music or sports, virtual surround sound, wireless sub and Dolby & DTS ensure great audio
Smart Home Control
Works with lights, fans, switches, thermostats, garage doors, locks and more.
Loud Clear Dialogue
Patented Polk Voice Adjust technology customizes voice levels to reproduce clear, crisp dialogue.
Not just for movies, stream via Wifi or bluetooth. Compatible with leading audio services.
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Update after 10 days os using this. I couldn't be happier I got this. If Heavy Metal and Hip Hop are your go to genres of music this is absolutely delightful.
TV's these days have become really thin days and hence the on board speakers are the first to suffer due to the industry's constant move towards making the TV's thin. A soundbar solves all that for the avg customer. By AVG I mean the non tech savvy lay person who couldn't care less about features like Dolby Atmos or setting up surround speakers and running wiring around the room to envelop themselves in sound for the best possible experience. This is for people who just want to plug and play. Just switch it on, download the Polk connect app and create and account and link it to Alexa and you're good to go. The setup process after unboxing barely takes a total of 10 minutes. You can connect the bar to the TV with either Bluetooth or HDMI ARC or an Optical cable.
Sound Quality: The bar is pretty decent for the price and you simply get what you pay for. Nothing more. Nothing less. There is room filling sound but it's a 2.1 channel bar so please refrain from feeling the need to hear sounds from above or behind you. The channel separation is good. Bass is nothing remarkable to mention about and certainly not room shaking. It's punchy and it's adequate and it'll certainly elevate your movie watching experience but if you're using it to play music like Hip Hop, EDM, House or Techno and want some of that boominess to take the music listening experience to the next level then, you might be disappointed. Now for the Voice technology; this was the main driving point for buying this soundbar. Imagine watching a movie and everyone's voices are really quiet and muffled, so you increase the volume till they're audible but then the action starts and the entire room starts shaking and you end up waking the neighbors, the kids or some dogs that start barking letting the whole neighborhood know that you're an evil person. The patented voice technology lets you increase the dialogue clarity and audibility and leaves all other settings untouched. Its nothing like the sound modes that the TV's come with like Standard, Cinema or clear voice. It doesn't make the voices weirdly high whilst sacrificing the effectiveness of the gun shots and explosions in your favourite action flicks like the preset clear voice settings, nor do the dialogues sound muddy when you have it on a Cinema preset. The soundbar manages to exceed expectations when it comes to dialogue clarity. It's extremely effective especially if you live in an apartment and can't afford to wake your neighbor up at 1 in the night.
Alexa: There are too many YouTube videos on what Alexa is capable of so please feel free to check those out. What can it do in this soundbar? It lets you change volume, bass and voice levels. It lets you shift HDMI sources that are attached to the soundbar. If the volume is too high and Alexa can't hear you scream her name, there is an Alexa button on the remote that reduces the volume to make you audible to Alexa.
My set up is a 65inch LG C8 which is wall mounted so I ended up mounting the soundbar to the wall. It's a fairly easy process. Take the help of your local electrician or urban clap if you need help to mount it.
Ps: If you do have the 2018 or the 2019 LG OLEDs keep in mind that the speakers that come with the TV are good enough for the avg Joe and by getting this soundbar you might only be able to appreciate the bass and voice clarity on the bar. If that's all you're looking for in the soundbar then this might be the one for you
I'd like to finish by saying that everyone perceives sound differently, what works for me may not be the case for you. So please do some adequate research, listen to a couple of in store demos before you make your purchase decision. Thank you
I have connected a firestick to it and connected it to my 2012 sansui 32" inch lcd tv which has only one HDMI port. Better for tv's which have one single HDMI.
Researched for 1 month.. Jbl 3.1, yamaha, bose, sonos.... But polk is something different. New generation sound bar.
You will definitely love it.
Quality of sound and bass - ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
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However, the Alexa functionality on this model is extremely poor, to the extent that i've had to continue using the standalone Alexa instead of the Alexa functionality on this soundbar. Some of the problems i've had -
* Timers failing to work. Alexa will register the timer has been set, then when the time has elapsed, the timer simply does not fire. Asking Alexa how long is left after setting the timer gives the response "you have no timers set"
* Sometimes the unit fails to respond to Alexa commands at all, and needs restarting by unplugging the power and plugging back in. It responds to the Alexa wake word, but then the blue light just continues to stay on and it does nothing.
* Using the spotify connect feature, and queuing songs in spotify, the soundbar will play songs that were in the spotify queue the last time you used the soundbar, and even when skipping through the songs, the next time you come to play spotify results in the same songs being played again.
* Its simply not as good at understanding commands as a standalone Alexa - it can take several attempts to ask to do something, with the standalone alexa this was not a problem
The soundbar functionality is fine, but why spend the extra for an Alexa enabled soundbar when the Alexa functionality is woefully inadequate. I'd recommend getting a non Alexa enabled soundbar and using a standalone Alexa rather than bothering with this product.
Bluetooth connected instantly and you don't even have to get out of your chair to press a button, just "Alexa pair my phone" and select Polk on your phone's Bluetooth settings.
We bought the Polk system as it advertised clearer dialogue. It certainly does. The voice volume control is not just a tone or treble control. It increases the volume of the central channel, where most dialogue takes place. In conjunction with the base control, it's easy to find a compromise between being blown away by sound effects and actually understanding what's being said.
We've had it a week now, I was ready to box it up and return by day 3, I'm so glad I didn't.
Update: Day 14. After the initial problems, everything was fine until this morning. I asked Alexa to turn my usual radio station on, she told me to try again later. I tested my wifi and the station by issuing the same command to the bedroom Alexa, no problem. I rebooted the Command Bar and after the usual lengthy whirling blue light everything was fine.
Later... After a month I'm fairly happy with it. I've had no further problems with the WiFi, perhaps there has been another update. The convenience of having an Alexa built is apparent, we use it throughout the day as our living room radio. It responds to voice commands with far more reliability than a "normal" Alexa.
The only negative is the lack of volume indication. The Alexa volume is much finer than a normal Alexa, 0 to 100 rather than 0 to 10. Most stations are fine at level 8! If you make a mistake it's going to hurt.
The circular light on the Alexa does, in fact, appear to show volume level for various settings when adjusted. Nothing about it in the instructions though. It appears to be an afterthought which the manufacturers were too embarrassed to mention.
Cannot fault the sound at all, works a treat and with the added sub films and music sounds great, it's Alexa thats the problem! Lost count the number of times I've had to reboot the unit because Alexa has froze or hasn't understood a command and the blue light just stays on, doesn't recognise commands programmed into the Alexa app, something simple as "lights on", it acts dumb and the blue light stays on yet recognised the command without problem the previous day! When you tell it to stop playing Spotify it just carries on until you change the input option! Took two hours for a bluetooth turntable to be recognised yet an Echo Spot some distance away picked it up instantly! This got worse after an update from polk! Have reset it up as a new unit a couple of times hoping that this would solve the problem but NO! begining to tire of it now!
UPDATE.: finally after two years I've had enough and got rid of it, all the above problems still exist along with new ones of sound dropping, have to reboot the system at least once a week to get Alexa to work! Avoid like the plague unless you have the patience of a Saint!
Used this for a couple of days now and I'm becoming more and more frustrated! The two HDMI outputs on the soundbar simply don't do anything. Apart from a Fire stick, I can't get any other devices to work on them. Selecting HDMI one or two on the remote results in nothing other than Alexa saying "HDMI 1" or "HDMI 2". Select TV on the remote and Alexa says" TV" but nothing happens. Telephoning customer service helped a little but finding any useful information on how to properly connect this soundbar seems impossible . I'm seriously thinking of returning this for something a little more user friendly. If you understand audio and how it relates to connections etc, ( I Don't) you may well find your way around the command bar but, apart from volume bass and voice, the rest of the buttons on the remote seem redundant. Not sure it was such a good buy now and I'm reducing my star rating to reflect this.
After contacting Polk technical service, Amazon help service and many hours spent on Google, I have decided to return this. The redundant HDMI outputs hasn't been resolved and I suspect won't be. The HDMI and TV buttons continue to do nothing and there doesn't seem to be anyone with a solution. It's a pity because the sound from this is very good and a vast improvement on my TV sound.
initially the bar was working in a multi room group,that has now failed. Tried to figure out how to just use the bar without Alexa so that at least I would still have some sort of use for it,but,so far have failed,no wonder the price of the bar has crashed.had I still been able to use as a soundbar without the annoying voice announcements,I would have said at the current price, makes for a decent buy, however,having said that,there are better bars for the same price around,shop for one of those.ps,set bar to demo mode one ( optical setting ),so I wouldn't get the annoying update announcements every 3 or 4 minutes,now the volume keeps turning itself to high every few minutes,to avoid upsetting any near neighbours I have now unplugged the machine and resorted to using an old bar I was going to give to a charity shop,I have also noted that the Polk connect app was updated earlier today,so will see if that helps resetting the bar in the near future, don't watch this space as I'm not at all optimistic that it will,. oK, Humble pie time,after playing around with various locations to try and update the system,a lightbulb moment came,I retraced all previous steps I had taken, decided trying uncoupling from multiroom via Alexa app, rebooted my WiFi system,hey presto,update accepted,now no annoying announcements,however,still can't get the HDMI arc to connect,which it previous had,so just 3 stars rated for fustration created to me,also apologies to Polk,seems problem was more Amazon as I understand they push out over the air updates.that will be my final comments,going for cold shower.