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Panasonic is a Japanese electronics multinational, specializing in consumer as well as professional equipment. Panasonic's DVD Home Theatres excel both in their simplicity of installation as well as ease of operation and use cutting edge technology like ARC, Active Chroma Processing and more.

The Audio Return Channel (ARC) feature enables the reception and transfer of audio as well as video signals through one HDMI and obviates the need for an extra cable, by sending the audio signal back from the TV to the speakers through the very same HDMI that's being used by your video signals.

The best Panasonic Home Theatres are also built with a function to upconvert SD images of 720X576p to a 1080p HD image. Additionally, Active Chroma Processing technology is capable of processing each pixel of the Blu-ray disc with much more accuracy to secure the clearest possible high resolution output for your videos.

Panasonic home theatres are also capable of converting 2D images to 3D, bringing about a complete cinematic picture. The best Panasonic home theatres complement this by a six speaker audio with Dolby Pro Logic surround sound, excellent bass, and the Selectable speaker Layouts.

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Panasonic SC-HTB770

Panasonic SC-HTB770 3.1-Channel Soundbar


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Panasonic SC-HTB770
Panasonic SC-HTB20
Panasonic SC-HTB550
Panasonic SC-BTT196
Panasonic SC-BTT195
Panasonic SC-HTB770 3.1-Channel Soundbar
Panasonic SC-HTB20 home theater soundbar system
Panasonic SC-HTB550 Theater System
Panasonic SC-BTT196 Theater System
Panasonic SC-BTT195 Theater System
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Release Date
Mar 2013
May 2012
Apr 2012
Jul 2012
Mar 2012
Main Speakers Power Output
300.0 Watts
240.0 Watts
240.0 Watts
750.0 Watts
850.0 Watts
Number Of Speakers
3 Speakers and Subwoofer
1 Sound bar and Subwoofer
2 Speakers and Subwoofer
5 Speakers and Subwoofer
5 Speakers and Subwoofer
Subwoofer Power Output
120.0 Watts
110.0 Watts
120.0 Watts
250.0 Watts
150.0 Watts
Use
Music
Music
Music
Music, Movies
Music, Movies

  • With a variety of installation options, the SC-HTB770 is one of the most versatile soundbar systems on the market. Whether you use it as a soundbar or free-standing separates, on the wall or on a TV stand, it can be integrated into your living room with minimum fuss - perfect if you have limited space to play with.

    But even better news is its terrific sound quality - powerful, poised and expansive, it makes movies sound ten times more exciting than any TV.


  • An interesting concept with some great features, but we'd prefer it to be a proper soundbar rather than a hybrid.


  • The Panasonic SC-HTB20 is a neat package and the flexibility of its design - it can be used either as a soundbar or traditional 2.1 system - helps broaden its appeal. It's also a good sonic performer for the price, but we can't help feeling it would have been easier to use if Panasonic had kited it out with a proper screen.


  • I must admit, I didn't have high hopes for Panasonic's new roughly $200 HTB20 soundbar system. That was my mistake. For what it is, the HTB20 is quite good. As a $200 upgrade to any HDTV purchase, the HTB20 doesn't disappoint and is worth every penny. I have a dedicated home theater, and yet I have kept the HTB20 hooked up just for casual viewing or listening when I don't want to fire up all the equipment or go through all the pageantry required for big-time movie watching.


  • The SC-HTB550 is a major step up from last year's SC-HTB520, not just in the flexibility of its design, but also in the array of connections on offer. Changing some of the more in-depth settings can be a bit obtuse, but most of the main features are still easy to use. And when it comes to delivering good bass effects and clean, clear dialogue, it's up with the best soundbars we've tested. As a result, if you're looking for a modestly priced soundbar or 2.1 system, we think it's a good option.


  • A symphony in black plastic, the Panasonic SC-HTB550 confounds expectations. The system, which comprises a wireless subwoofer, 95cm soundbar and dedicated audio processor, looks decidedly utilitarian yet it sounds like a mini multiplex.

    Two HDMI inputs mean you can hook up both games console/disc player plus a set top box, and system is Bluetooth compatible too. Movie soundtracks are delivered with authority and the system's virtual 3D sound processing does a terrific job spreading audio far and wide.


  • The Pansonic SC-BTT195 is an inexpensive, easy way to get a 5.1-channel surround sound experience and Blu-ray player in one box, but it's not the most impressive-sounding home theater system.


  • Given its $399 suggested retail price, the SC-BTT195 offers a whole lot of bang for the buck. It sets up quickly, providing a 3D-capable Blu-ray player and provides access to a nice selection of audio and video streaming services. While the speakers seem a little flimsy, for the price this can be overlooked, especially for anyone who loves movies but lacks the budget and space for a full-fledged component home theater system.


  • The SC-BTT195 is a good option for those looking for a modestly-priced all-in-one system to enjoy Blu-ray, DVD, internet streaming, and to enhance their audio listening experience, especially for movies, in a smaller room environment. For a home theater-in-a-box system in its price class, it is worth consideration.


Top 5 panasonic home theatre:

  1. Panasonic SC-HTB770 3.1-Channel Soundbar
  2. Panasonic SC-HTB20 home theater soundbar system
  3. Panasonic SC-HTB550 Theater System
  4. Panasonic SC-BTT196 Theater System
  5. Panasonic SC-BTT195 Theater System