Summary: Nothing Bad to say for sure. Sound is good. Set-up was was easy (no instructions necessary except for the surround sound calibrations). Biggest problems came from interface between my own cable box (Time Warner's Atlanta Scientific DVR Box) and the Panasonic System.
Summary: I've had the Panasonic SC-BT303 home theater system for a month and it has preformed well. I was a little skeptical of the small size of the subwoofer but after watching some Blu-ray movies and listening to incredible sound coming out of that small package I am very impressed.
Summary: Wierd. Overall, I'm pleased with the system. We have it running with a Panasonic Viera plasma. The first unit we got wouldn't play DVDs or BluRays so we had to send it to Panasonic's warranty center. WHAT A JOKE! Several months, headaches and arguements later, we had a replacement that works great.
Summary: Bang for the buck this is a good system. I dont like that you cannot run your video through it, just some alternate cableing takes care of that. Sound is good and crisp, was expecting a little more custom features.
Summary: The system is pretty much what I expected from reading reviews and checking the specs. Picture is great. Sound is pretty good though does not allow for fine tuning the sound to the type of music you want.
Summary: I have had this system for over a month now and I am glad I bought it. Have not had one problem with it. It has great picture and sound. There is plenty of power in the speakers to knock you back in your chair. Set up was easy.
Summary: This system sounds great. The only draw back is the wires coming from the speakers have a panasonic connector which plugs into the blue ray player. The wires for the rear speakers were not long enough so we had to splice in some extra speaker wire so we could still use the panansonic plug.