Summary: I love this stereo, which I came to purchase because the stereo I originally got didn't have AM radio. I use it as my main sound from my TV and while it is at times too bass for me (which most people love) I can just mess with it a bit and it gets to be ok.
Summary: Very inexpensive and performs accordingly. This does not have the quality of Bose but if that was what you were wanting then you would buy a Bose system. Everything works but I am not sure of the durability over the years.
Summary: If you're looking for a good surround sound system don't get this one unless you want to be sitting a foot away from your tv. This surround sound system is pretty quiet to my standards because when I turned it up it was only at like half of what my regular tv volume could get to.
Summary: This stereo has great features but the sound is awful! Turn up the volume and the cheapness of the unit really comes through when it starts popping and crackeling. Pathetically low volume even if you can put up with speakers popping.
Summary: After abt 6 months of buying this item and using it attached to the Cable company in the Aux mode - its starts to make a loud fan noise. Also the "Source" button, its hard to get it to work - in the remote as well as the box.
Summary: The concept is good but is poorly executed. My unit began freezing-up after a few months but would clear when unplugged. Now it's totally frozen--it lights up, but no action from any button or knob.
Summary: The sound quality is fine, and I think it's fairly straightforward, but I don't understand how they don't have a digital audio input, which most high-end TVs have. Instead, you have to use analog sound, which not only defeats the point but requires a converter.
Summary: The small iLive mini 2.1 Home theater system with dock for iPod & CD player is just right for my purposes. It sounds great despite small speakers (3). Remote works fine. I'm integrating the system with a satellite radio receiver.