When I first saw the speakers, I said, I will ne returning these in the morning. They look small but they sound super clear. The bass is not the best but for the price range it beats all HTIB out there. It does not have any Hdmi in ports, and the speakers need screws or nails to mount on wall. I dont think they are brackets out there for this type. The internet is not wireless you need an adapter from samsung. If you have a small to medium room this will work great.
Great DVD player and kid friendly
This player works great. Plays DVDs, divx, mp3, etc... The Amazon description says it's wifi enabled but IT IS NOT. I was hoping to get a player that would play media off of my network, but I researched before I bought it and no other site said it had wi-fi, so I was mostly just hoping. Mysteriously, Samsung has no mention of this product on their website. Using the HDMI connection, if you turn this player on and put a disk in, my TV turns on and changes itself to the correct input.
Convenient, good bang for the buck
Bought this mostly for three reasons:
1. So I wouldn't have any compatibility problems with my Samsung TV
2. Rear wireless speakers (although not true wireless, sure beats having wires or having to running wires across the living room)
3. Tallboy front speakers. (I have my TV mounted on the wall, so having these tall speakers helps the room look proportional.
Twin tower speakers of this home theater provide an authentic cinema experience
We don't have anything to complain about when it comes to the Samsung Smart Home Theater HT-D6730W. It truly delivers what it promises in every department. Excellent video and sound combined with internet-streaming capabilities and Samsung's guidance for set up make it an almost unbeatable system almost.
Works great sounds great I really like the phillips brand I upgraded from a phillips 1080p regular surround sound to this 3d blu-ray one and sounds just as good. It's a LOT of surround sound for your money if you don't want to spend $1K+ on a high quality setup but still want a very good quality system to watch movies on this is a very good one to go with, you won't be disappointed.
Magnificent three-channel sound
If you're looking for a 2.1 DVD system that oozes style, offers a decent range of features and delivers magnificent three-channel sound, then look no further than the HTS6515. But if you're looking for a system that convincingly mimics a proper 5.1-channel soundstage then you may be disappointed by what Ambisound has to offer.
Ambisound does a good job
This is one of the best DVD upscalers we've seen in its class -- the sound quality from the 2.1 speakers is actually very good and Ambisound can make you think you have a full on 5.1 system at times. We quite like the styling, although we do think the subwoofer is a little bit too big. If £300 is within your budget, you could do a lot worse than this capable machine.
Gorgeous piano-gloss black finish
Samsung's HT-X250 home theatre system pairs the dual setting design of the HT-X200 with a full 5.1 surround speaker set-up. The receiver can be placed horizontally, like a TV stand, or vertically, next to the television, and the display automatically rotates to match the position.
I will start with what's bad and the reason why I gave it 4 stars.I have a Samsung TV and one of the reasons I bought this was so that I could sync all my devices using one remote and the Anynet feature(a Samsung AV network system to automatically control Samsung audio-video devices). This unfortunately has been a slow painful learning process, its working now but there are some unresolved issues (e.g.Anynet sometimes taking a long time to recognize devices).
Setup is very plug-and-play, nothing complicated about it
The Samsung HT-C5500 is a 5.1-channel, 1000W home theater system featuring a central receiver, a center channel speaker, four satellite speakers and a subwoofer. The receiver features an integrated single-disc player that can handle BD, DVD, and CD discs; a built-in iPod docking station; USB, HDMI, Composite, Component, and audio ports; and support for BD Profile 2.0.
Passively powered subwoofer
The Samsung HT- C6730W is one of three multi-channel home-theater systems announced at CES 2010 by Samsung. All three models feature a retro, no-grill speaker design; Samsung's recently designed Crystal Amplifier Pro technology for more accurate audio; and DLNA compliance for sharing content over a network.
Extraordinary feature list and stylish looks
If you want 7.1-channel home cinema on a budget but have no interest in 3D, then the HT-C6730W is well worth a punt. Although you can hear the budget limitations of its sound quality, it still delivers a competent performance that does justice to Blu-ray's HD audio formats, and when you marry that to the extraordinary feature list and stylish looks you have a genuine bargain on your hands.
Audio performance was very good
Initially the Panasonic SC-PT770 didnâ?? t really impress me with the lightweight speakers and frustrating wireless rear surround speakers. Once I got over those issues and actually started to use the system my ideas changed, since it actually worked very well. Audio performance was very good for what could be considered a budget oriented all-in-one system, and the iPod integration was great.
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