Intex IT – 6050 SUF BT Home Theatre Review: A great sound beast to enjoy hard rock music!

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Price: ₹ 6,600

Key Specs

    50W sub woofer + 5X15W speakers, Bluetooth 3.0, FM Frequency Receiver 87.5MHz To 108MHz, supports, USB/SD/FM/BT/AUX, LED display, Full function remote control

Pros: Great sound, crisp treble, enjoy high volume, wireless connectivity

Cons: Distortion on the high volume FLAC music

Bottomline: Intex 5.1 home theatre could be the choice of hard rock music lover, looking for an affordable option. It has almost every type of connectivity as well as produces great sound on different levels.

Intex doesn’t require any introduction in the Indian marketplace. The company has been in India for a long time and has various products on offer ranging from mobile devices to TVs. Recently, we were asked to review Intex IT – 6050 SUF BT. It is a 5.1 home theatre with several attractive features.

Modest design and nifty connectivity options

Intex speaker set has a bold design in the front. Besides, the top shell gets a smooth finish. It has a wooden body and weighs close to 8.5kg. It features LED display. The speaker can be accessed from a range of up to 7 to 10 meters. Intex IT-6050SUF BT provides a (50W + 15W) X 5 output power. It comes with a remote control. The frequency unit of the main unit is 20Hz – 200Hz and that of the satellite unit is between 200Hz and 20KHz. It works on normal AC voltage. It supports a USB port, SD card slot, Bluetooth and has FM tuner. The speaker comes with support for AUX, which is compatible with DVD, PC and LCD TV.

Rich and loud sound to enjoy the music

We tested it on soundtracks with intense sub-bass content, such as DJ Magic Mike’s “Feel The Bass.” The speaker pumped out flawless bass with a lot of oomph and detail. The mid and treble ranges are well-defined and surprisingly, the sound is crisp and clear, even at low volume levels.

On soundtracks such as Titanium by David Guetta which features dance club style beats, the speaker produced high fidelity sound with attacking bass and oomph and sounded booming, making this melody truly enjoyable throughout. Sia’s vocals were clearly audible in between the bass of this electric pop song. In piano numbers like Clair de Lune from Claude Debussy’s the XBoom Thunder produced silent periods between sound without any hint of hissing or buzzing during these quiet times, with higher register strings, bass, and vocals maintaining their presence in the spotlight.

Intex IT-6050 SUF BT can be used to hear the highs and lows, beats as well as the clear vocals. It has a balanced sound profile to enjoy different nodes of music. You can play songs from low volume to please your ears as well as on the high volumes to break the floor. On the high volumes, we were not able to notice any disturbing distortion in the sound however with some of the FLAC songs we did notice high distortion at certain frequencies. The base of the home theatre is quite impressive. We enjoyed it at every level. We found this speaker to be quite good with loud music.

It can be connected to wireless using your smartphone or other devices having Bluetooth connectivity and you can enjoy the music wirelessly. The wireless range it about 5 to 7 meters which is decent, but make sure to avoid obstacles for undisrupted music.

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