Decent all-in-one, but not great
The system as it is sounds good, and would probably serve a medium to large size living very well with room-filling sound. The wireless signal is low latency and there wasn't a time where I experienced any delays or cutting out of audio signal. It's a little inconvenient to have to locate outlets to plug in each of the speakers, particularly the left and right surrounds. It can be a little limiting depending on where you choose to set up your system. The system positives start to drop off when I had to re-organize my living room, and I had to disconnect my Cinehome hub and speakers. When plugging it all back in and trying to power it up, I was getting no sound from any source. I was informed by support that it wasn't the system's fault, but rather my TV. Troubleshooting for about an hour led me to eventually have to completely reset my eARC HDMI input on my LG C1 and set up the Enclave system from scratch. This had to be done any time the hub was unplugged. And it was not a 100% guarantee that it would fix the problem either, as I would occasionally have to repeat the steps a few times to get it to stick as well as unplug the hub and speakers. Of course, you likely won't be moving components and furniture around a lot as I happened to be doing, but something to consider all the same. You'll also have to be wary about trusting the marketing you might come across about the system receiving updates. As it is (or was, from Dec. 2021 to Jan. 2022 that I owned it) it only supports Dolby Digital+ and DTS Digital. These are fine for your average home user, but if you're looking for the latest audio formats that are out right now like Dolby Atmos or DTS:X virtual surround sound, you won't find it here. And you likely won't for some time, if ever with this sound system. Their support would argue that since Atmos doesn't work in every living room, it would not be worthwhile to implement at all. And I was also informed by support that they had no plans to add this as a supported audio format in the near future either. I can respect that approach, but it also means you're investing in a bit of a dead-end surround system. That same mindset also applies to their promise of support for eARC as well, as they claim there's also no real benefit to end users to implement it. That doesn't stop them from advertising it on their product page as a feature coming via firmware update, though. And on the topic of support. I hope you won't have to contact them too often if you decide to purchase this system. I'm sure mileage will vary from person to person, but in my experience contacting them I found them to be a little more rude than I'm used to. They were usually quick to respond, but it was easy to tell when I was being talked down to as a customer and made to feel as though I know far less than they do when asking questions on the topic of supported audio formats. I felt this tone quite often with support, so do be prepared in the event you need to reach out to them with questions about features or troubleshooting. All this being said, you would likely be better served looking elsewhere for your home audio needs. For the price, you can do a bit better than what is offered here and future proof yourself as well. I purchased my system in December 2021 and returned it in January 2022 and during that time frame they've increased their price of this system from $1599 to $1799. It was marginally not worth it before, but at the current price you can definitely find something better for the same price or less.
From HD to PRO
All I can say is WoW! Going from the HD circa 2018 to Enclave’s beast of a sound environment Pro is the difference every time you hear an Enclave sound environment. I am so happy I purchased all new speaker stands to compliment the stylish speaker satellites. Everything you experience speaks volumes about quality. I am so enamored I looking forward to the crème de la crème, upgrading to a 5.2 environment. This will be all I need to take my home theatre experience to another level. Bravo Enclave.
Love the system! Easy to install and setup with the App and works seamlessly with a Universal Remote.
Cinema Pro review
I am extremely disappointed it has not lived up to the reviews I found on it. There is absolutely no base and when watching an action movie in the Dolby mode no deep effects as what you would expect. The highs are ok but not great. If I could send back in probably would box it up and ship it back. I paid way to much for a system that performs worse than a 500 system i had previously. Definitely not worth the price tag on this product.
The enclave cinehime pro is great
The you-tube video is misleading as it shows the cinehub with 3 inputs and in reality it only has 1. I would suggest you discontinue this video as it is not the reality.
System works well ,, would like a little more ‘bass’ in the mix.
I was very pleasantly surprised of the sound quality of the Pro. My wife loves it too. When we watch movies, it's like sitting in a theater. Also love the sound on regular t.v. which we run a Fire Stick through. We couldn't be more happy with the installation. It actually took longer getting all the wires unplugged and put up from my old system then it took for the installation and setup of this system. I believe this is an awesome investment.
Awesome audio system. Excellent sound quality. I purchased a second subwofer and it's definitely makes a difference. Really easy to setup.
I recently built out a media room in my basement so I acquired the CineHome Pro to pair my 75” TV setup. Comparing it to my Bose 700 with the base module and the surround sound speakers family room, the Enclave is the hands down winner. It is very easy to setup and the sound is outstanding. My wife actually said that given she could hear the difference, she wouldn’t be upset if I sold my Bose system to buy another Enclave system.
This system is great!!! Worth every penny.
I am by no means an audiophile, but I have some experience with home theater systems. I have owned two different htib systems including a 7.1 Onkyo stystem that I was completely enamored with. This system is better than both of them hands down. Pros 1. The center channel delivers clear accurate audio. I no longer have problems trying to figure out what people are saying. My center channel on my other speaker systems never sounded this good. 2. Powerful but clear base. The base is not overpowering, but it is substantial. You will feel the boom. 3. The surrounds do their job well. I have found that too often surrounds can be too quiet and unable to ********* the envelope of sound made by the front speakers. Not the case hear. You feel like you are in the action and I often turn thinking that the noise is coming from something else in the room. 4. Music playback is also very good with this system. You can play music in all stereo or using the surround format. I cant decide which way I like the best. They both sound really good. 5. No wires or mess. The only wires are the power cords attached to each speaker and the cinehome control box and one hdmi cord that attaches to your tv. 6. The Wisa signall works. In my home I always have problems with WIFI, but I never have problems with this wisa signal. I have never had problems with dropped speakers while playing music or watching tv. 7. Customer Service is on point. When my speakers arrived well packed I noticed that the front speakers were dinged and the grills were coming off and or dented. I let enclave know and as soon as I established proof of purchase they sent an entirely new system to me. They also responded almost immediately when one of my speakers was not pairing with the system. It turned out that I fixed the issue pretty quickly myself using the information they have on their website, but it is good to know that they are responsive. Cons 1. The speakers are large and you need to account for this when you use speaker stands. make sure any stands you need can handle their weight. 2. The remote is useless. It doesn't even work half the time and the range is embarrassingly limited. Fortunately you can use your tv remote and the app to control the system. 3. No Dolby Atmos. Simply put this system sounds great and it is easy to setup. So long as you have a plan for how you will plug up all of the components you will be ok. Both surround and music sounds very good. It outperformed both of my wired htib systems easily and it looks really good. I would definitely buy table stands for the front left and right speakers if you are not going to mount them.
I’m very pleased
So far so good, love the sound!!!
Just got a new LG GX and then came Enclave system....Pure magic. Movie night will never be the same. Thanks
After 10 years of coping with wired home theater hardware and unnecessarily-complex receivers, I discovered WiSA and marveled at the simplicity. And with ARC, modern TVs can do all the heavy lifting of multi-input switching anyway, while maintaining audio fidelity through the chain. So the receiver is no longer the mandatory component it used to be. With a little research, it was clear that Enclave’s package was easily superior among the limit WiSA offerings. The hardware was incredibly easy to setup. Wirelessly latching each unit to the base and adjusting settings via the app all took a bit of a learning curve. But once it was setup and balanced, I haven’t had to touch it since. The base is punchy and responsive. The surrounds are lively. And all the speaker units are visually slick without drawing undue attention. And I was able to make the leap from 3.1 to 5.1 without having to run cables through the attic to feed the surround speakers. This package is an all-around win!
Incredible theater system!
Incredible system! Incredible sound! Easiest setup ever!
Everything about owning this product was a breeze. I was amazed by how simple it was to get these system connected and the sound couldn't get any better these speakers fill the room. Also, I have to mention that the customer service is excellent.