Excerpt: One thing that I really hate is having lots of wires behind the TV set. In the past, I had trouble with this since I had to connect a BluRay player, a Sky+ box and a home theatre system to the TV.
Summary: superb bargain the sound on this system is brillient 2.1 bly ray player with usb and top docking styation for ipod you dont need anything else the base from the subwoofer is fantasic my brother has the onkyo and he says the sound quality is much more supreem fantasic true around sound you dont need 6 or 7 speakers all around this kit does it all and makes you seem the rear speakers are there, fantasic picture qualitylink it to your tv sky box or hifi or free sat box 2...
Summary: Bought the Panasonic unit as a replacement for our Samsung 2:1 blu-ray unit which had completely failed after 18 months. The Panasonic is much quieter in use and the sound is quite amazing given the size of the speakers. Its a lot cheaper than the Samsung and hopefully will be more reliable. The remote took a little getting use to but otherwise very pleased with my purchase.
Summary: Sounds good for a small system. easy set up.... i did notice eveything is very light weight compared to the older surround sound systems. but for this price for two speakers it sounds great. this was for the family and kids so didnt need anything to much/loud, so very happy and the speakers including the bass box are very small and tidy.
Summary: What a great price for a fantastic piece of kit. The sound is just perfect. Its not too loud and over-whelming, but clear & crisp, with decent bass from subwoofer. Using with a Panasonic viera TV, easy to control with just using the panasonic TV remote. Bit fiddly at first to set Sky TV Audio to playout of Bluray speakers, got there in the end, instructions help you out. Im using a HDMI cable to playback audio from SkyTV aswell as for blu-ray video & Audio to TV.
Summary: I'm really impressed with the sound quality for such a small speaker system and would recommend highly. If you want to link this system to a Sky box you will need an optical cable. The system defaults to AUX input for sound, so go into setup and change to Digital input 1 if using the optical cable. The system will then switch on with D IN 1 instead of AUX. Also, as mentioned in another review you will need to buy a HDMI cable to link to the TV.
Summary: Previously I had a good 6 speaker quality surround sound system & on this I had run the cables from the DVD player/Amp through the loft, manufactured wood wall mounted stands, made metal mounting brackets, all in all a lot of work & kerfuffel. My wife however (& admittedly me)felt overwhelmed & overpowered by the sound system. When I bought a Panasonic Viera TV I wanted to get rid of some clutter & cables & get an updated simpler sound system.