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Worst surround ever
No option for mixing, matching or replacing speakers
Great bang for the buck
'Virtual surround doesn't work very well.'
'The control arrangement is a little frustrating.'
'The remote is a brand new, ergonomically designed controller with
optimized positioning of ‘main' buttons'
'It's designed to deliver great entertainment,'
'Audioholics readers are well aware of the quality and reputation of Denon's receivers and DVD players.'
'The HDT-487DV also comes with a powered subwoofer and five small speakers, so you don't need any extra hardware to get the system up and running.'
'most complicated, most unintuitive, most annoying universal remote control'
'clear, precise images and sound'
'MP3 navigation can be difficult without a connection to a TV'
'It has also drastically reduced setup hassles and deleted three satellite speakers from the standard 5.1 array.'
'There is built-in decoding for Dolby Digital and DTS, and Sony's S-Force Pro 2.1 creates a surround experience with just the two stereo speakers.'
'The system's speakers are specially designed with two unique drivers in each'
'Sony's HT-V2000DP is perfect if you need a home theater that can play DVDs, play and record VHS tapes, and deliver thrilling, seamless surround sound for both.'
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