Panasonic doesn't work with Netflix ....customer service attitude disturbing
Kaipo's Mom, Amazon
19 March 2012
Summary: This is feedback on Panasonic. I will not buy another Panasonic product. Our 42-inch plasma died right after the extended warranty expired...that was $1700 down the drain...estimate to fix was $600 due to a circuit board that seems to blow a lot on this model...is that a product defect..there are enough blogs on this problem??? I decide to buy a 46 inch LCD?LED SamSung Smart TV AND thought I could use my SC-PT950 with the new TV.
Summary: I purchased a Panasonic Theater System that was unable to eject the disc trays? The system was nice looking,but that was it. Next time I will go to the store and purchase my stereo equipment. I'm sure that Panasonic sounds nice once it is fixed. By the way,the one I purchased was a refurb.
Summary: The system sounds great,I bought it because I wanted a wireless home theater system. I am a little disappointed because I thought wireless meant totally wireless. The back two speakers have a receiver that run them, so it is somewhat wireless. But for the money you can't beat this system, it is definetely worth it.
Summary: I recieved the unit in great condition. When I hooked it up, the picture was great, but there is no audio coming from the speakers... at all. I called Panasonic's help center and we determined that the audio output was completely shot. Therefore I have to drive 2 hours to have it looked at/repaired at my own expense. I didn't expect a perfect refurb, but I did expect it to at least WORK when I got it. This is the last time I order any refurb from Overstock.com.
Summary: This is a great system in the fact that it has wireless rear speakers, an iPod dock that works well, and the 5-disc player will play just about any type of DVD I've put inside of it without any problems. I've owned this system for 9 months, and here are the issues I have with it: My Nintendo Wii (located just below the receiver) was having trouble connecting to the wireless network, and I discovered it was due to interference with the wireless rear speaker signal.
Summary: I bought a set of these from Circuit City yesterday after comparing its sound quality to every system they had in the pricerange of $300-$700 and deciding this sounded the best for the money it cost. I brought it home excited as a schoolboy to set it up. Setup is nice & easy, it takes longer to pull the components out of their packing than it does to set up the system & start enjoying the new sound, which by the way is miles above that of the television speakers on my...
5.1 Surround from Internal DVDs ONLY ! ! ! BEWARE ! ! !
M. T. Garvin "Family Tech Guru", Amazon
19 March 2008
Summary: Pros: Works great for watching only DVDs Cons: Can NOT be connected to any other type of digital audio equipment. Extremely limited system. I originally recommended this system for my father-in-law who was setting up his first home theater. He was finally ditching the 25yr old 27" TV and basic cable. It was on sale at Circuit City for the same price as on Amazon.