Incomplete merchandise in purchasing (used) Panasonic SC-BTT370
Tham Lap Hing, Amazon
16 December 2013
Summary: I initial purchased this device a month ago, when unboxing, I found there is no 《Owner's Instructions 》, as a result, I don't know how to proper functioning this device, by now, I just only to making use as a ordinary DVD and CD player !!! When I 'm trying to set up the compatible functions, I incur several issues.1. when connecting my PC to this device, (already on) but no view appear from the TV and no sound output from this device (five speakers). 2.
Summary: have had this now going on two years. Still plays great and rocks the house when my wife will let me. I would definately buy this or recomend it to someone looking for home entertainment on a budget.
Summary: I definitely like this product. Never any problems play discs. Enjoy the online options through Vera Cast, which there were more options and/or variety. Have troubles at times with reading iPod/Phone/Touch when connected; will say it's charging, but Panasonic system says nothing is plugged in. Sound is a little weak at times, even when it's cranked up, which seems totally odd.
Summary: For the price ($300-$400), this is a very good system. I was impressed with the sound quality and volume attainable. The highs and mid-range are clear and the bass is decent...the acoustics of the sub-woofer make it sound (to the ear) quite prominent, giving very realistic bass tones and strong beat. The cinema surround sound is really nice...Movies dubbed with 5.1 sound capabilities really rock!
Summary: This was purchased for my Parents for Christmas this past year. I have had a Panasonic system similar to this one for over 8 years now and never had any issues with it. The sound is pretty good for a entry Home Theater in a Box. My parents wish they could hear more coming out of the rear speakers but you can adjust the level for each one. After adjusting they were happy. The only other gripe they have is when they turn it on it automatically goes to the Home Screen.
Summary: I absolutely love this system . . . now that I finally got it set up properly. The documentation, in a word, sucks. So many minute adjustments which may be made that are not explained well or at all. Lots of information presented in "outline" form without explanations or even a glossary of terminologies which would help a lot.
Summary: This unit is really awesome and if not for a few missing functions would have been a 5 star. Sound is great (especially for price range). Rear speakers are small enough to hide in corners. Simple Wiring, Simple Internet setup, Simple Internet content logins. The Missing features really hurt this sound system: 1. DLNA - Where is it? I have it on Panasonic's DMP-75 Blu-Ray player (Bottom of line $95), but it is not on any of the US versions of home theaters 2.
Summary: I was very disappointed with how it was delivered. Someone was home when they heard the door ring, but said they didn't get to the door in time. When he opened the door it was just sitting right in front of the door for everyone driving by to see. It wasn't hidden in any way. We did have to go to the store to buy a couple wires that didn't come with it but I guess that is expected. I am happy with the surround sound overall.
Summary: This is a great buy for the price. Surround sound sounds great with deep bass. Plays movies great and has nice features. VIERA tools are great also, using every thing from one remote and surround and tv turning on and running together with just a click of one power button hooked to my 50" Panasonic plasma tv. I reviewed many systems and this was the right choice.