Site Search

JVC TH-BA3 & TH-BS7 Soundbar Home Theater Systems Released

Written on Dec 14, 2009 by Brian and filed under JVC

JVC has released a pair of soundbar systems today that are both unique. The JVC TH-BA3 includes a soundbar, wireless subwoofer and a wireless rear speaker kit. The JVC TH-BS7 is designed to pair with a wall-mounted flat panel TV and features a slim soundbar, wireless subwoofer and a wall mountable amplifier/control unit. Both systems will be available this month.


jvc th-ba3

The TH-BA3 is the market’s first dual-wireless soundbar system. Users will not only get the simplicity of setup with the wireless subwoofer, but they’ll also get more depth of sound, with equally easy to set up wireless rear surround speakers. The system offers a total of 280 watts of sound and 5.1 channel surround sound. The soundbar has four speakers, two for the center channel and one each for the left and right. The two wireless rear speakers and the wireless subwoofer round out the 5.1 channel system.

The TH-BA3 offers one analog and two optical digital inputs and decodes Dolby Digital, DTS and Dolby ProLogic II surround signals.

The JVC TH-BA3 is available this month for a suggested $549.95.


jvc th-bs7

The JVC TH-BS7 is a stylish system that’s designed to pair well with wall-mounted HDTV panels. The system features 180 watts though four JVC Direct Drive speakers that cover the left and right channels, along with left and right surround channels and a wireless subwoofer. The soundbar creates a simulated surround sound environment without relying on rear speakers.

Complementing the slim design of the soundbar is the system’s amplifier/control unit. It measures just 1.2 inches deep and can be wall mounted. It decodes Dolby Digital, DTS and Dolby Pro Logic II, and offers one analog and three optical digital inputs.

The JVC TH-BS7 is available this month for a suggested $599.95.

One Response to “JVC TH-BA3 & TH-BS7 Soundbar Home Theater Systems Released”

  1. I can see one problem right off the bat about these new systems No HDMI and only two digital optical and one analog audio input. Time will tell how these systems will be fair.

    By Paul Melkus on Feb 8, 2010 | Reply

Post a Comment