Cons: Wi-Fi Signal, Speaker Length, Remote Response Time
Amazon Customer, Amazon
13 February 2014
Summary: Bought 2 of these during black friday at Wal-mart 2 years ago, so for the price I was excited. It works well enough and sounds MUCH better than the standard TV, but see my list of gripes: 1. Wi-fi signal is so weak that I am not able to use it to connect to Netflix or anything else.
Summary: For pure value, the 3541/F7 can't be beat. If you're expecting a room-shaking surround experience, perhaps you'd better upgrade, but ours is set up as a soundbar spread across the TV stand and it fills up our average-size living room beautifully. Dialogue is clear, and so is music.
Summary: This system is ok for the price. I have a 40 dollar unit I bought at WM that is better. I have a 380 unit that is way better. We put it in a large room , maybe 15 by15 or so. Volume is low until you get to very top of range but still does not blast for concerts or loud action movies.
Summary: I bought this with very low expectations. It's a very inexpensive system so I wasn't expecting Bose type quality. Well, my very low expectations weren't low enough. This product is crap. It's incredibly slow. The sound quality is terrible. And the surround sound simply will not work.
Summary: I watched my 1st 3D movie on this player and it was just like being in a theater. For those of you thinking about purchasing this product, be aware that the center speaker wire is a little more than 36 inches. Not really long enough depending on where you place the 3D Blu-Ray player.
Summary: I bought this system because of the great value it represented: 5.1 speaker system with amp AND Blu-ray AND FM radio AND Wifi for under $150 bucks! It had to have an optical input-it was the only output from my TV. Bingo!