Conclusion: Despite some size and cable issues, the HTS8140 is an impressively squashed down home cinema that produces the goods when it comes to both picture quality and surround sound. Its built-in upscaler means DVD pictures are pushed to near-HD standards, while Ambisound sprays audio effects to every...
Pros: The Philips HTS8140 looks fantastic and futuristic in equal measure. Tap a finger on the sparkling glass front panel and it slides across to reveal the disc tray. On the audio front, Philips’ Ambisound technology succeeds in “wrapping” the audio around you effectively, while the dedicated subwoof...
Cons: The system is a bit larger than most soundbars and, with the separate subwoofer, you’ll also need to keep some floor-space free. The sub also needs to be connected to the bar, and the lead provided is long and thick – so you could end up having to hide some cables after all.
Excerpt: Its been a while since we reviewed a Philips product. Of course, that doesn’t mean we've forgotten the company, considering its reputation as a brand. Indeed, I have here with me a cool-looking innovative home theater system.
Summary: Le système Home Cinéma Philips HTS8140 apporte son lot d’améliorations esthétiques par rapport au modèle HTS8100. Elles sont notables et si vous venez de vous équiper d’un nouveau téléviseur Philips, nul doute que vous craquerez.
Pros: L’image DVD, Le Design, Les touches sensitives, La lecture multimédia USB, Dock iPod, Chaleur du son, Câble HDMI fourni
Cons: Ne lis pas de fichiers Haute Définition, Prix légèrement élevé