regret buying this it does not do what it supos to do its call a blue-ray player its just the name they use to be good
jose barrera, Amazon
27 May 2014
Summary: it sucks ....it does not read the new blue-ray DVDs and the processor is very slow I call Panasonic and after like 3 hours of poor quality customer service and resting everything they say that it wasn't made with the new blue-ray technology ......was a big big fan of Panasonic but they suck ..
Summary: good sound, but the Netflix option seems to always have issues with running movies or shows with out sound. You have to keep re setting the system to factory settings to reboot the app and even then it may work for a day week and then shut off all over again. It's quite annoying. Also the settings never save and you have to keep resetting hem as well. Not what I expected from a Panasonic.
Summary: I've had this product for about a year and a half. I bought it to match my 60" Panasonic TV. I've had multiple problems with new release blurays not being playable on this unit throughout my ownership. I have it set up for automatic firmware updates, and have checked to see if maybe they were available but it hadn't notified me, and they are not.
Summary: ...Simple to set up within 30 minutes after taking everything out of the box and packaging, and it fully complements my room with my Xbox One, Xbox 360, Region Free DVD player and my 80" HDTV. The sound settings can be altered easily and I would suggest setting them to "Heavy" and playing around with the volume to get the maximum effect from this amazing product.
Summary: I've had this for just under a year and it's not playing 3D Blu-Rays at all. Most of the time it says the Blu-Ray cannot be played or if it does play it gets pixelated and jumps and freezes. I've tried top clean it but really have come to the conclusion that the lens is dead after less than a year. One of the speakers doesn't work either to boot.
Summary: I purchased the SC-BTT490 as a direct replacement for my existing Panasonic SC-BT100 Home Theater System. The SC-BT100 was Panasonic's first Blu-Ray Home Theater system. The SC-BT100 has wireless rear speakers and iPod support. I had been very happy with the SC-BT100, but it doesn't have any HDMI input ports (making it of limited use with streaming boxes) and I have started having more frequent problems with sound tracks dropping in the middle of watching Blu-Ray discs...
Summary: So I purchased this set for 100$ and it's beyond amazing. The sound quality is nice, it's very detailed with it's vocals. The subwoofer creates an atmosphere that makes you experience the movie! The best part of it, it's easy to hook up! It took us 30 minutes for a complete set up. It has two HDMI ins and one HDMI out, it makes it perfect for hooking up multiple devices. This is worth the money.
Summary: I recently bought a 80" Sharp TV, so I thought I would buy a good sound system so I bought this unit. My Son hooked everything up but he run into trouble making this thing compatible with the Sharp TV, I ended up using 3 remotes to makes this thing work. I am on cable so that probably adds to the conflict. Sometimes it works with my cable remote and sometimes I have to use the remote that came with the sound system.