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Worst surround ever
No option for mixing, matching or replacing speakers
A Great Piece to Add to your Entertainment
Bass is loud, brings out big sound effects in movies
'plugging-in the supplied microphone was complicated by the mic cable's unusually short length; it's just 9.5 feet long (15- to 20-foot cables are more typical).'
'Not as versatile as separate A/V components - separate Blu-ray player and A/V receiver allow for additional HD sources to be used with speakers.'
'superb theater sound and excellent 2-channel pure audio'
'full surround experience'
'Rear speakers can be difficult to pair properly.'
'dts®-HD new sound formats'
'just one analog and one digital audio input are excessively stingy--there should be two or three of each.'
'rich and dynamic surround experience'
'rich surround sound'
'no visual inputs'
'high-powered, 5.1-channel Blu-ray Disc player / Home Theater System'
'perfect and ultimate sound experience'
'new incredibly thin speaker design'
'The design was hard to create because the speakers are far from the traditional speakers that we are currently used to having.'
'integrated Blu-ray player'
'Dual 2.5” drivers in the front and center channels will deliver full, rich tone.'
'5-disc DVD changer and great audio'
'Portable audio enhancer: Easily connect your portable player to the front-mounted audio and video connections'
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