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Cambridge Audio TVB2 sound bar for British sound

Cambridge Audio has announced a new TVB2 sound bar with Bluetooth and a wireless subwoofer.

Sound bars and sound bases are becoming the norm with reported Australian attachment rates reaching 70% and dedicated AV receivers and speaker systems on the decline. The problem is there is a plethora of brands, specifications, and prices.

Since 1968 Cambridge Audio has been known for great British sound – best described as pure, unfiltered and natural instead of the heavier bass of US brands and the exaggerated mid-range of Asian brands. A video at the end of the article describes this.

CA TVB2The main benefits of the TVB2 is that it uses Cambridge Audio BMR pedigree speakers, a solid subwoofer, three HDMI ports (switching including 4K pass though), has an IR learning remote, and is priced at $649.

Philip Sawyer, managing director, Synergy Audio Visual, Australian distributors, said, “It's quality over quantity, when it comes to the TVB2. Cambridge Audio has put all its exceptional audio know-how and patented technology into its sound bar, the result, a beautiful sound bar that delivers booming audio, to fill a room of any size.”


  • 120W RMS, 2.1 sound, high quality digital signal processor with an inbuilt equaliser
  • Drive units: 2 x 57mm Balanced Mode Radiator (BMR) drivers, 1 x 165mm woofer
  • Connectivity: 3 x HDMI 1.4c inputs, 1 x HDMI 1.4c output with ARC, TOSLINK Optical, 3.5mm
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): Soundbar: 880 x 74.5 x 46mm Subwoofer: 180 x 364 x 278mm
  • Weight: Soundbar: 1.63kg Subwoofer: 4.9kg
  • Wall mount: bracket included
  • Remote: IR learning
  • Best use: TVs up to 65” and rooms up to 25m2
  • Bluetooth: for streaming from a smart device



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Ray Shaw

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Ray Shaw ray@im.com.au  has a passion for IT ever since building his first computer in 1980. He is a qualified journalist, hosted a consumer IT based radio program on ABC radio for 10 years, has developed world leading software for the events industry and is smart enough to no longer own a retail computer store!


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