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6.1 out of 10


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Overall 4


Currer Bell, Amazon
13 May 2012
  • Summary: I bought this home theater system a bit less than 3 years ago. From the start, some blurays wouldn't play. I didn't think it was the player though. Until I got a play station that would play them just fine. So let's say that 1 out of 3 blurays rented through Netflix or brand new bought on amazon wouldn't play. I bought a kit to clean the bluray player but it didn't change much. One day, about a year ago, it stopped working.
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Overall 2

Freezes Playing My New Star Wars Blu-Ray Disk

L. Evans "levans645", Amazon
21 January 2012
  • Summary: This player freezes when playing Star Wars Blu-Ray disks. I checked LG's website and my player has the latest firmware update. DON'T BUY!!!!
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Overall 6

Great system but software updates are needed

Dave, Amazon
5 January 2012
  • Summary: I bought this system a couple of years ago. I wanted something that had a few extra features built in such as Netflix and Pandora. I have been very happy with all of the online features. The speakers sound great and there are plenty of HDMI ports for extra gaming, DTV, or other systems to be plugged in.
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Overall 6

Didn't last long

Casual Shopper "Casual Shopper", Amazon
19 June 2011
  • Summary: I bought this about 18 months ago, and it is no longer working properly. The images are good but the sound is off. In fact, we can't watch an entire movie without the sound going out anymore. It takes some re-starting of the movie and messing around with the settings for the sound to come back on. It is a dissapointment considering that these electronics are not exactly cheap.
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Overall 10


P.K., Amazon
11 June 2011
  • Summary: I bought this a while back and love it still. This thing is so useful and plays like a charm. When I hook my Ipod up to it and play videos it shows almost perfect. Everything shows so perfect on this even DVDs are up converted and the sound is the best I have nothing bad to say about this product.
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Overall 6

still works

Deborah M., Amazon
23 November 2010
  • Summary: I bought this like 4 years ago and it still works. Sound is great, I just dont like how it toggles thru input settings and it's slow to boot up/read.
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Overall 10

This HTIB is a HIT!

David R. Zichos, Amazon
22 May 2010
  • Summary: I bought this to pair with my new LED LCD LG 55lh90. Awesome combo. Everything syncs great and is very easy to use. I ran HDMI cables from my cable DVR box and xbox 360 in to the processor and then HDMI out to the TV. The Built in Blu Ray means No other cables to connect. All you do is push play on the remote and it starts up (no need to change inputs or anything.
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Overall 10

Fantastic entertainment system

Gary Stephens, Amazon
19 April 2010
  • Summary: Easy to set up and operate. For the price, the sound quality is amazing. The fact that you stream other media is a wonderful addition. A very good customer service department. The only question left...longivity.
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Overall 8

Great for the Money, but no Headset Port

Dennis C. Aldridge "DCA", Amazon
17 April 2010
  • Summary: This HTS is absolutely great for the money. We LOVE it! Others have described the sound and the great services like Netflix and Pandora's Box. We won't bother to repeat the comments on these items. They are fantastic. We're just trying to add information that did not seem to be covered by other reviews.
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Overall 10

2 HDMI IN!!!!!!!

25 March 2010
  • Summary: This is the only Blu-ray Home Theater System in-a-box that has TWO HDMI in's. If you want to hear 5.1 Sound for your Xbox or Cable without a receiver/amplifier this is IT! Low heat, reduce space, good sound! I dare you to find another in-a-box system w/ Blu-ray that has HDMI in's! There is none. All other small things about the remote and no direct mode select cannot compete with the TWO HDMI's.Did I say TWO HDMI?!
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