Summary: Panasonic SC-BTT770 5.1 Channel 3D Blu-ray Cinema Surround Home Entertainment System I bought this system in May, 2011. My model number is SA-BTT750 (not SC), but I can't find that model number easily (including not on the Panasonic web site where I attempted to register my SA-BTT750). I was initially pleased with the home theater in a box concept (one less set-top box) and didn't demand tip-top high end audio.
Summary: I purchased this product in November and waited till January and my Superbowl Party to install and setup. Sound was great as well as the Blue Ray player. NetFlix streamed seamlessly over the wireless connection. However after having the unit setup and working less than 4 months I cannot get the receiver to turn on. It starts gets to a welcome screen then a F6-1 error and the device shuts down.
Summary: I just upgraded from a ten year old Sony CRT 27" TV and a surround sound system that was just as old. To go with my new 3D Plasma I decided to buy the matching Blu Ray Surround. The plusses? It was a snap to put together. Everything is color coded. The system itself is a nice shiny black that is identical to the TV and my new stand. The sound is excellent. Minuses? Like all new equipment I find myself at a loss.
Summary: I purchased the Panasonic SC-BTT750 5.1 Home Entertainment system and so far I have not been dissapointed. It comes with blue-ray, it's wireless, and the sound is adequate. The Netflix, and Pandora options that come with the online entertainment make this system very attractive in terms of having everything you need in an entertainment system. I gave the system a 4 only because the speakers are good, but I don't consider them great.
Summary: Purchased this a month ago. Very satisfied. Good value for money. Very good sound and picture quality. Meticulously packed and easy to assemble. I had no problems to set it up. I would give it 4 stars. Would have given 5 stars if all settings would have shown on the TV (instead of its display), and had one HDMI IN. Have always been satisfied with Panasonic audio-video products and cameras.
Avoid for MANY reasons (What's NOT inside the box)
Some Average Guy "nww", Amazon
26 March 2011
Summary: Other reviews tell you what you're getting, let me tell you what you're NOT: 1) The rear wireless speaker transmitter/receiver. That piece is model # SH-FX71, about $130 bucks as of 3/27/2011, and NOT in the box. The unit is COMPATIBLE with wireless rear speakers, but the only wireless transmitter that comes with the unit is the USB Wireless LAN. (Other home theatre models have this piece included at similar price points.) 2) Speaker wire that is long enough.
Summary: I purchased this and found it VERY easy to put together..The instructions are very easy to follow...After one phone call to Panasonic the system is awesome..Sound is amazing and so far I am VERY pleased... Well worth the money...
Summary: I did a lot of research before purchasing a Blu-ray 3D surround sound system. The setup is very easy, although the directions could be a little more detailed. Pretty much plug and play and everything worked from the beginning. The wireless adapter for internet connection auto-detected my network with no problems and VieraCast was up and running in minutes.