Summary: Almost 2 years since I purchased it and its working perfectly at the present date. Great sound and video quality. There are 2 reasons why I didnt give it 5 stars: - it doesnt have an usb port to read mp3, pictures and videos (I dont like apple products so, the Ipod dock is useless for me) - if you dont have a TV with the ARC feature(audio return channel) you will have to connect all your devices using the optical audio port (this port does not play DTS and Dolby,...
Summary: I bought Panasonic SC-BT330 5.1 Channel Cinema Surround Home Entertainment System from Amazon and the seller was Electronic Expo. The price I paid was around $335 It came with nice packaging and was easy to setup. The sound quality is good. You can get a full home theatre experience especially with Blu Ray.
Summary: I read quite a few reviews before ordering this and the ratings were very good but not the best. But I thought of giving it a try anyways coz of 2 reasons - (a) I'm a big fan of Panasonic engineering & (b) The deal was too good to pass (I got a 55% discount on Black Friday). After receiving the item in just about 3 days and setting up, boy am I overwhelmed! True to its reputation, the sound quality is so nice.
Summary: Purchased the SC-BT330 after doing some internet research. Best feature was its price tag. I'm not an acoustics expert, but the sound seems great to me. The subwhoofer seems to work great. The rear surround speakers are a little small, and I replaced the 22-gauge wiring to them in order to carry the signal better over the longer distance. The rear speaker wires were also too short, expecially if you're hiding them in the ceiling or under the floor as I did.
Summary: I got this as a gift for my boyfriend and it seems to work quite well. We did have to update the firmware as the bluray would shut off for no apparent reason prior to the update but it seems absolutely fine now. The sounds is good and the picture quality is fantastic. We have a Panasonic tv so they play nicely together and being able to use basically any remote to control both is quite nice. It went together quickly and with minimal difficulty.
Summary: I have previously had a Upconvert DVD player in addition to an older Surround Sound system thats had quite a few years on it. I also purchased a Panasonic 42" plasma TV a while back, and I finally decided it was time to start delving into Blu-Rays to get the most out of my TV. While shopping for a simple Blu-Ray player online, I noticed that a Theatre system -- with the Blu-Ray player included, didn't cost that much more. This is what began to sell me.
Summary: This home theatre works great with my Panasonic S2 58" TV and I am very happy with it. The only complaint I have is that it was not easy to set up and I had to reset it to factory defaults to get the on screen setup to show up. Once I reset it then it worked well and has continued to do so. I like the fact that its all in one and I have greatly reduced the number of wires and boxes that I have to deal with.
Summary: Simple to put together and it really does sound great. The blu-ray player takes about 10 seconds to boot up, and switching between audio inputs (I use digital in for my media center) takes a few seconds, but those are very small cons considering how good it all sounds. I got it on sale for around $250 and it was worth every penny. Sound is crisp, no annoying pitches, and the base levels are outstanding.
Summary: I have been in the market to get streaming content on my TV for a while now. I compared this unit against the LG-LHB535. The LG has some added features. 1. Built in Wifi 2. Streaming software... which means you can stream from your computer. 3. HDMI inputs. Otherwise the Panasonic works awesome. It's fast and responsive, easy to setup, small and sleek, and it's cheaper than the comparable LG unit. It includes the following features. 1. Amazon video rentals... Awesome..