Summary: For what I paid for it I cannot complain, I wish it was louder but I guess this was meant for a smaller room than my small living room, maybe a small dorm room? I would recommend because it has other features such as Netflix on it and I use it to watch Netflix and play music, it also plays Blu Ray, I mean how much can I ask for for that price? Overall I think it's of good quality and You shouldn't expect a $1000 dollar miracle for something that costs under $200.
Summary: Control panel light is too dim; I cannot see from across the room. I must get out of my chair, and walk over to the Philips with remote in hand in order to change settings. I say, I MUST GET OUT OF MY RECLINER! (Just like I use to in 1954 when I watched Milton Berle on the Dumont network.
Summary: Lousy home theater system, due to having only composite audio out, nothing digital. My flat screen has spdif output, which is useless with this LG system. Using headphone out, I can only use left and right speakers, no surround sound.
Summary: I purchased this to go along with my new Vizio 47" 3D TV. It was on sale for $129 before Christmas which is more reasonable than the current $165 price. This unit does what is says it will do fine but nothing more. It has a cheap feel to it. The on screen display is very basic augmented by a small rolling led display on the unit for status. Smart Wi-Fi apps few and basic.
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. good controls so you can set up bass and balance and stuff as you like. Short wires, very short in my opinion, be ready to buy some more wire and butt ends and stripers.