TaoTronics Sound Bar Review – TT-SK15 40W Speaker with Bluetooth and Optical Inputs

In this video we check out the new TaoTronics TT-SK15 Sound Bar! Sound bars can be a great way to make your TV or Movie watching experience more enjoyable. They are more convenient than most home theater surround sound systems and usually fit perfectly under your television. Product Link on Amazon 👍- http://amzn.to/2t1q31k

Look and size:

The size of the TaoTronics Sound Bar is 34 inches long, and ~3 inches wide. It fits perfectly under my 42 inch Samsung TV. I really like the look of this sound bar. Most of the speaker is covered with a black speaker grille cloth. The grey metal touch sensitive control and feedback area really brings the look together and makes the sound bar stand out. The lights change color and look cool when changing the volume or turning the sound bar on. The sides of the TaoTronics sound bar are black plastic with a glossy finish. I have been extremely happy with how well this matches the look of my Samsung TV..


The TaoTronics TT-SK15 features 5 different input methods 3.5 mm Aux input, RCA, Coaxial, Optical, and Bluetooth. TaoTronics smartly placed the 3.5 mm headphone jack aux input on the right side of the sound bar. This allows for easy access when you want to plug in during a party and have multiple people play music. I connected my TV through the optical input and was very pleased with the sound and ease of setup. The Bluetooth was also very easy to setup and control. I found it very easy to setup on my Motorola Android phone.

NOTE: The Bluetooth device name is TT-SK15

Sound Quality:

The sound quality coming out of the TT-SK15 is pretty good. The TaoTronics Sound Bars lacks an external sub-woofer, so while the bass is there, it is nothing to write home about. I found that the sound was much better than the built in speakers on my 42 inch Samsung TV, but not as good as my 42 inch VIZIO Sound Bar. The 4 10W speakers are powerful and the volume gets extremely loud. This speaker is perfect for sports, documentaries, or the news. The audio was loud, clear, and crisp, I just felt it was lacking the range of my VIZIO sound bar. One thing to also note about this sound bar is that it does not have any audio control like bass or treble. It also did not come with any surround sound or consistent volume features. Something to note if these features are important to you.


My overall impression of the TaoTronic Sound Bar is a good one. I feel this device should be priced at around $60. The 4 10W speakers pack a lot of power but lack basic controls over the audio. The remote control is a nice touch but I found I had to hold it at an angle higher than the sound bar to get it to work. The TT-SK15 looks great and would be very easy to mount. I also like having the 5 inputs of 3.5mm Aux, RCA, Coxial, Optical and Bluetooth. Click here for the current price of this device – http://amzn.to/2dE0lnA

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AVS Prasad says:

What is the voltage range of this device ? Does it support 120-240 V range ?

Jake Sinclair says:

Thanks, douche bag

I CrAzy SaM says:

130 Bucks that a lot off money for some audio

Gabe Ulrickson says:

Does the speaker turn on with the tv if hooked up with toslink or cause the tv to use it’s speakers when the bar is turned off, my buddy has a Vizio sound stand on his Panasonic TV and it returns to the tv speakers when the stand is turned off

Sheila Barraclough says:

Hiya, I thought that this was like a surround sound is that not the case, if not any ideas what I can buy. Thank you in advance,

DEWtheMCCOY says:

Is there a way to hook up an external subwoofer??

Jeanine Bourcier says:

I’ve plugged it in and no sound is coming thru the speaker, only tv. I’m not tech savvy so could use some help! I have my amazon fire plugged in to HDMI. I thought you just matched the red & white plugs….:/

Borna Kovac says:

also a 2.0 soundbar? But I think that you can plug a subwoofer in a visio and I don’t know if that is the case with Tao Tronics

Tom Nieuwendijk says:

Could you buy An external subwoofer and connect it?

Borna Kovac says:

It’s around 60$ on amazon and I like the way it looks but I am also very sad about the bass..

Lord Dave says:

No hdmi no good!

Brian Maynard says:

One thing that drives me crazy about this speaker is that it does into auto-standby mode after a period of non-use. I keep it hooked up to an Echo Dot and I have to turn the frickin’ speaker back on every time I want to use the dot.

Teir says:

was curious.. if possible to connect multiple sound bar 2-3 for larger setting using an app or blue tooth. Connecting to a smart tv or phone or ipad, which is to stream music

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