Summary: I like the quality of sound, the wireless features and the ability of having many dvds at once. The setup is very simple and the look is very professional. I would have preferred the system to come with speaker's stands since it really makes a difference in the sound. It should come with an eject button so it would be easier to eject cds. The menu options are a little difficult and it is also difficult to play some movies that may look distorted in size.
Summary: Bought this as a gift for my daughter. She rents a condo so the wireless rear speaker system was a plus and works very well. The unit looks good. The dark color blends well with her TV stand. Speakers look small but produce excellent sound even the rear wireless ones. Set up was very simple thanks to the included wire tags. The only major draw back is the FM antenna. It does not work well.
Summary: This system has alot to offer; (1) fairly easy to install (2) the remote speaker receiver works great, I have the rear speakers 24 feet from the front. (3) the system set up went smooth, the instructions were easy to follow (4) the only slow spot was setting up the am/fm stations, instructions were not to clear on this (5) adjusting the surround sound/speakers was easy (6) the sound from the speakers is fantastic (7) I purchased this as a gift for my parents which had to...
Good for all in one sound system, but beware of limitations.
K. Galindo, Amazon
24 November 2008
Summary: I bought this system hoping to streamline what small living space I had, and get rid of big, bulky speakers and other audio/video components. I was quite pleased with the sound this system produced. However, as I was considering upgrading to an HD DVD player, I quickly realized the pitfalls and limitations of this unit. First, although this systems has wireless rear speakers, the sound they produce is not as strong as the front speakers.
Summary: I like this system, the quality is great and I had no problem with any cables. Movies show really clear. There are 2 negatives. The system does not have the capability to CD shuffle. I like to put 5 CD's and have it shuffle all 5. The unit only selects random! And Second - in order to hear a movie well in its surround capacity, you have to raise the volume to atleast 30.
Summary: Works well, wireless is awesome, no problems with interference with other electronics. The wireless system will change frequencies if another device is using the same frequency, and with minimal interruption. For the price you can't find a better home theater. It is currently upscaling to 1080 on my projection tv which doesn't look too good, you need to use analog cables, not component, to automatically stop it from upscaling.
Summary: I bought this system in October over the 950 and 1050 systems because the other systems didn't have bookshelf speakers. I don't know if those systems are any better, but I'm definately not happy with the 750. The only problem setting up the system was adjusting the speakers. In addition to the test sounds that the system generates, I used DVD Video Essentials to adjust my speakers. It took me forever to figure out how to adjust the left/right front speaker levels.
Summary: If you are simply looking for an all in one home theater system, this one will suit you well. The (semi) wireless rear speakers were a nice touch and worked better than I expected. I purchased this system but ended up returning it due to the fact that I needed a home theater system with enough flexibility to accept digital surround sound from my HDTV cable box. This one does not.
Summary: This system is great for a small space or somebody looking for a decent value. I have had no problem with the wireless speakers and am considering getting the optional sets to get the music in other rooms in the house. It does not have the power to blow the doors off anything, so if you are looking for a loud system, you may need to go higher end.