Great, depending on intended purpose
So, in all it really depends on what you are looking for. If you are an audiophile with cutting edge equipment looking for a sound system, you might be better served by something else. If you're in the market for a nice multi-disc unit that can reliably play your ever-expanding collection of divx videos, and deliver great sound - all without breaking the bank, I would recommend it all the way.
Excellent hi-def pictures
The Panasonic SC-BTT190 is a solid Blu-ray system but not one of Panasonic's best. Aesthetically it doesn't inspire the same levels of excitement as an LG or Samsung, its sound quality loses polish at volumes other speakers take in their stride, and the lack of HDMI inputs and built-in Wi-Fi makes the step-up SC-BTT290 a more appealing prospect.
I bought this for my mother & father for Christmas. Both are in their mid-80s and live in a town-home community with mostly other adult residents. They live in another state so I was concerned about having to maintain the system from my remote location but, so far, this has not proved to be a problem. The system was very easy to set up. It took about 2-3 hours to get it up and running.
I Love everything about this product; sound quality, dvd/digital radio, and "sleekness". however it's gift and curse lies in the brand. Because I have a Panasonic television as well as an Panasonic home theater they both sometimes control each-other within control functions on the remote control. From me interactions I know the volume, menu, and power buttons are universal to both devices.
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.
System is easily set up and has good connectivity options, hooked up to satellite reciever and xbox as well as TV. Connected to wireless network easily. Sound quality is better than average, but not spectacular. The wireless rear speakers make installation a breeze, but are somewhat weak in sound delivery. Disappointed that there is not a multiple disk changer, and the single drive is slow loading.
Good value for money
Main points of review: very good blu-ray playback, decent audio quality, unique audio connectors.
It's inexpensive so while the blu-ray playback is great, don't expect Bose audio performance. If you're going to throw ~$200 at a home theater system, this is a good one to buy.
Be warned you won't be able to use older speaker wiring that you (like me) laid under your carpet a few years ago - the jacks are specific to this unit.
Good sound, Good value
I was hesitant to buy this after seeing mostly below average reviews. I wanted a samsung 3D player theather system to go with the 3D Samsung LCD TV we just bought. Well, we have had it for a month now and we are very happy.
Will it play music and blow your mind? No. You better keep your expensive component stereo system. The system can't deliver the low hard hitting bass.
Will it provide impressive surround sound for your movies? Definitely yes.
Speakers are very easy to setup even for novices
The Samsung HT- D5300 is a 5.1 channel surround sound audio system released as a downgrade from the HT-D6500W. It doesn't offer wireless functionality and its speakers are smaller, but it does include a 3D compatible Blu-ray player/receiver, four small satellite speakers, a central channel, and a subwoofer.
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