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Enclave CineHome HD 5.1 Wireless Home Audio System

Enclave CineHome HD 5.1 Wireless Home Audio System

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Stickied
These are on Amazon for $798.99, a whole dollar cheaper!
Imbigazoid
We are selling these for $599.99. Please check the NOTE section on the drop. It states the following.
Note: The drop price listed is the Minimum Advertised Price set by the manufacturer. Massdrop is not allowed to advertise a lower price than the MAP price.  At checkout you will be able to apply a coupon for (-$200) towards your purchase.   
B.Hutch
I didn't know this, but I'm glad I do now. I've always been steered away from drops that aren't Massdrop exclusive because of the bold price tag, I feel stupid now because I didn't ever look further into drops and I've seen many things I would've bought. Sorry for the confusion I'm sure you reply to comments like that a 100 times a day
So what did these drop for?
WhichwaydidheGo
$599
MFaz
If this system works well that is a decent price. However the hassle you guys have gone through makes me hope Massdrop doesn't use that seller again.
How come you don't ship this overseas???
Does anyone know what is happening with this drop? My FedEx link just says a label was created on July 9th and no activity since. I contacted Mass Drop but they don't respond either other than the canned reply. When I check the order transaction I see a ship date of July 16th. It's all confusing considering my credit card has already been charged. If I get this type of service for a product costing $500 there is no way I'm buying a higher priced items in the future. It's unacceptable.
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Did you ask for that credit? They told me the same thing but without offering a credit. I guess I'll ask for one now.
who8mahrice
No didn't ask for it. Yeah you should. It was like 20 into my massdrop account.
It's been 2 weeks since tracking was uploaded, but FedEx still hasn't been given the package. Dispute has been opened. I believe these were shipped directly from the distributor and not Massdrop.
66776677
I'm in the same boat as you. 2 weeks ago got the email and nothing has moved. Emailed massdrop and there so busy they emailed me saying they'll get to me when they can. How many other people were part of this last drop? Anybody actually get the product yet?
Tracking was emailed 3 days ago but fedex hasn’t picked up the package? When will they get dropped off at FedEx?
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I doubt it's a scam, as Massdrop has been good on all their products I've purchased so far...they just aren't the best at timing/tracking..which has been the case multiple times before in the past lol.
who8mahrice
I hope not, but we will see.
Six AC power supplies with cords. So that means you have to provide constant power to the speakers or at least recharge? I would be a first time buyer of wireless audio home systems so this seems like a real pain to recharge each speaker or you’re limited to placement based on where your wall outlets reside to plug in? Is this truly “wireless” if each speaker requires a power supply? I appreciate feedback from those who currently own the system. I’m assuming, hoping at best, that they require a recharge and not full time power. If so, how long do the speaker charges last before recharge? Thanks for any and all input. I am a novice on this subject.
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yup except usually the control unit has 2 wires (needs power and a source). Some people want to use battery operated bluetooth speakers for their TV but it usually doesn't work and if it does you will end up with mono in most cases.
brad1
Color me confused. Why would you want to have speakers in a home theater that you would have to constantly recharge and move after a movie or two at best? That makes no sense. Most homes have power outlets every 6 feet and these come with 9 foot power cables. The only issue anyone could possibly have is with the rears as the sub, center, and fronts can all run off of the same power as the TV, the DVR, the Disc player, etc up front. I would imagine the demand for battery powered home theater is probably pretty low, hence why it doesn't widely exist. When I was researching for my system, I found a Phillips "wireless" soundbar system that had battery powered rears and the reviews and customer comments about them were vicious with common reports citing barely 2 hours of use and Phillips not willing to discuss it publicly . I ran for the hills.
Rechargeable batteries lose their capacity to hold a charge. Want to replace your speakers or batteries every couple years or less? Or start buying alkalines buy the box full? Also, when a battery starts to lose power output you cant control that evenly. Turn two flashlights on with new batteries, they wont die at the same time. These wont either. So you will end up in the midst of a movie with a crap sounding surround experience when the one battery starts to die or lose power (less output of audio volume) and the other still has life in it. Just an overall silly notion to me. Home theater isn't intended to be a "pop-up" experience. I'd argue that it's easier for the bulk of people to get power behind them than it is to have multiple runs of speaker cabling across the room. If you can't, then this wireless home theater system may not be your best bet. Enclave has said they are coming out with battery packs for the rears for over a year, but I'd bet there isn't enough market for it to make it worthwhile and that's why we haven't seen them.
For the sake of the argument I see here, Wireless in a "system" based environment almost always means Wireless Audio, not wireless power. Its no different with Sonos, or any other "Wireless system" that isn't a portable or standalone bluetooth personal speaker. And you DO NOT want to use bluetooth for home theater audio. Far too much latency and the best you'll get is compressed stereo that will be out of sync with the video.
In this case, you setup your system, condition the system sound settings for the room, and your done. You start moving rears around all the time and add unequal battery drainage, and its a yard sale experience. My .02
Probably about the least amount of information I've seen for a home theater surround sound system ever.... no specs on output, distortion, frequency response, supported video resolutions, wireless range, latency, etc etc. Unless I am just blind and missed all the important stuff.
I was interested but I've said before I'm not going to go out and do the research for necessary information when Massdrop cannot take the time themselves to provide that information for the products they are selling.
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But you can go out and listen to it. $600 isn't really that much to drop on 2 speakers. But I'm not going to bring anything into the house that I don't know sounds really good. There are $600 speakers that sound great and many that are godawful.
kitINstLOUIS
Well, this isn’t 2 speakers. It’s 5 speakers, a subwoofer, and a base station. Also the best bang for your buck in the WiSA home theater realm. https://www.lifewire.com/enclave-cinehome-hd-5-1-review-4042532
Too few people signed up for this drop so it was "dropped"!!. However, I was able to find the same unit on EBay for $799.99. No tax. No postage (Came by UPS and weighs about 65 pounds). Unit arrived safe and sound and am very happy with it. Easy setup with excellent packing and instructions.,
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Perfect..thanx!
Rodc2
My credit card was charged? It was dropped?
i know it’s wireless and all , but can i compare the sound to a bose system ?
Massdroper1234
Sure, why not? Look at the frequency response.
Recently got this system on Amazon for $999, wish I would have waited to get ir $400 cheaper!! Awesome system all around!
JakeTheSnake2322
How would you say the audio is compared to says Bose soundtouch 300 with a subwoofer... I just trying to get an idea of the sound quality before buying it . Cus mabe investing in a 1400 dollar boss system is worth it ?
Massdroper1234
The sound is amazing on this unit. One of the best I have heard. Zero complaints so far!
does each speaker have a battery? how do they stay charged. does it have wireless charging? itd be a pain having to charge them all invividually, so assuming this is not how it is, how does it work?
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@neoric Slow down there killer, be knowledgeable of what you speak :) . This stuff uses the WiSA tech. Same tech as B&O and Klipsch for their wireless systems pricing from 3 to 30k. This is just the entry level system with that tech onboard. This stuff is 24 Bit / 96Khz resolution and must meet the same requirements as wire to obtain Dolby and DTS certification. Its no slouch, just look at the reviews on sound quality. Considering everything in the system is tuned and matched vs. mixed manufacturers and long wire runs reducing quality starting out of the back end of a receiver, I've yet to find a better solution for the buck. Less than half the price of a Sonos system and 3x the features. I purchased mine nearly a year ago and I can tell you, it sounds better than many wired systems I've had for the price.
audiopile
Correct, wireless has one major problem in regards to signal strength/integrity. and that is having to punch through walls. I dont know who would have their 5.1 surround in different rooms so I dont see how wireless is a problem here. If you could run a wire from your receiver to your speakers straight along the ground you would, wire not use whyless.
HDMI 1.4b and HDCP 1.4 My 4K lg tv works fine with it!
what version of HDMI does this support?
Wish I could afford this, sadly I don't have that kind of money. (and because of the fact I legally can't work "yet")
Hands down the best wireless system on the market. These guys are great, and this is the perfect solution I was looking for at my house. Set up was was and sound is amazing!!
Lowparman
How would you say the audio is compared to says Bose soundtouch 300 with a subwoofer... I just trying to get an idea of the sound quality before buying
About $200 lower than elsewhere. This is a pretty well rated system for a wireless. Tech support seems pretty good as well.
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