Soundcore Infini Pro 2.1 Soundbar Review

Soundcore Infini Pro 2.1 Soundbar



The Soundcore Infini Pro 2.1 Soundbar has a custom speaker configuration that works in tandem with Dolby Atmos to produce 3D surround sound with astonishing clarity and richness.

Soundcore Infini Pro 2.1 Soundbar Review

The design matches those of newer soundbars. It has a slim rectangle shape, with tapered ends. It has fabric all over, except for the top which features the controls. These controls are touch-controlled and not physical buttons. You can use the Soundcore app if needed, a nice addition would be to disable the buttons for people with pets or young children.

Soundcore Infini Pro 2.1 Soundbar Review

There are three sound profiles to pick from. Movie boosts low-end sounds and punches the clarity of voice. Music increases the treble and activates the surround sound. Voice is perfect for shows as volume and clarity are increased.

The Infini Pro offers HDMI in, HDMI ARC, USB, Optical, 3.5mm and Bluetooth. Also, it supports 4K HDR and Dolby Vision Passthrough via your TV. So if you have the right TV, plug it in straight away. BassUp is also included and adds a healthy amount of bass when needed.

Soundcore Infini Pro 2.1 Soundbar Review

Sound quality is awesome, with loud bass, rich highs and crisp clear mids. The sound can get very loud when needed, without it sounding distorted. This is all thanks to the 60w subwoofer and drivers.

The big selling point of the Infini Pro is the Dolby Atmos. Dolby Atmos is:

“Atmos is a surround-sound technology that was originally developed in 2012. It expands upon the current 5.1 and 7.1 surround-sound set-ups with surround channels coming from overhead.”

Though a single speaker can’t properly produce 360 sound like a set of speakers, the Infini Pro does a good job. In our small room, the sound travels well and hits home. Larger rooms may lose more sound. I would say not to buy this for the Atmos, as you should get a larger speaker system.

Overall, for a TV soundbar, the Infini Pro hits all the right notes. But for people looking for the Dolby Atmos experience, this isn’t the one for you. Thanks for reading! Have you got any questions? Drop them in the comments below, or connect with us on Facebook or Twitter. Finally, check out our other Audio reviews.

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