Poor piece of equipment
I didn't have it long before it would shutdown with prot in the message window. Samsung advised that I send it to a repair facility in New Jersey. I figured with shipping and repair cost I would be just as we'll off to replace it. I found many examples of this same behavior on the net. I decided to take a look at the power supply board before junking it. I found a burned circuit run on the board. I thought maybe a component had shorted out causing the burnout.
Lots of features
The 5.1-channel Samsung HT-C6500 is one of the better performers, and one of the better values, among all-in-one home-theater systems. It is built around a combination Blu-ray Disc player/amplifier that's widely praised. Experts say that picture quality puts it among the best mainstream Blu-ray Disc players.
Solid but needs a few extras
I recently purchased the Samsung HT-C6600 from Sam's Club. I really like this product. Hook-up is easy, the sound is great. The Blu-Ray player plays Blu-ray discs, regular dvd's, DIVX discs, MP4 discs, mp3 cd's and dvd's, and audio CD's. The USB front input allows the playing of mp3 files and mp4 or divx movies on thumb drives or memory cards in a usb card reader.
I have not used the LAN or wireless features.
Wireless connection is unstable, streaming often locks up
The Samsung HT-C6600 is a 5.1-channel, 1000W home theater system featuring a central receiver, a center channel speaker, four satellite speakers and a subwoofer. As an upgrade from the HT-C5500, the Samsung HT-C6600 is compatible with 3D Blu-ray discs and television programs, although a separately purchased pair of Samsung 3D Active Glasses is required.
the speakers are large, big enough to house three drivers--two woofers and one tweeter--but the AV receiver/DVD player and subwoofer are nice and small.
The bottom line: The LG LFD790 wins points for its cool looks, low price, and decent feature set, but a variety of design and interface miscues make it tough to recommend.
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