... 2013 and although the sound quality seems to be fine for my needs the quality just didn't last
Mommy Of Three, Amazon
6 August 2014
Summary: I received this as a christmas present in 2013 and although the sound quality seems to be fine for my needs the quality just didn't last. By July '14 the HDMI ports failed. The worst part is Pioneers approach to warranty coverage.
Summary: This system offers affordability and one box convenience with a sound quality I would expect in this price range. The HTP-072 simply does not have near the sound quality or features of more expensive components. But its audio is a big improvement over the average built-in television speakers.
Summary: This is a great home theater system for a relatively low cost. I have an Onkyo receiver that I use in a different room that cost a good deal more and the main difference between them is not the features or the sound but the number of inputs: this Pioneer model costs a lot less and simply has fewer...
Good choice for an apartment or the budget-conscious
23 November 2013
Summary: For the price, this is not a bad starter system for someone who is setting up a home theater on a budget, or in an apartment where one good thump deserves another. If money were no object you could easily spend as much or more on a good subwoofer than this entire system costs.
Better Than Entry-Level, But Just Below Stellar. Pioneer HTP 072 AV System: A Critical Review.
Andre Lawrence, Amazon
17 November 2013
Summary: Although marketed as an "Entry Level" system, the "HTP 072" 5.1 surround system is anything but. With all of the features that you'd expect from a system that came out this year, this system has it all: + 100w/ channel + 4K HD (aka 2x 1080) + 3D- compatible + iOS connectors + "Eco Mode" + stream...
Summary: While this offering from Pioneer may not have all the bells and whistles of other higher priced offerings (networking capabilities, bluetooth, wireless rear speakers, etc.), it does make up for it with the most important feature of an audio system, sound quality.
Summary: I recently had one of the most horrible product experiences with the . The experience was so bad, I was hesitant to even try another system to be honest. However, I had to replace the Panasonic junk, so I gave it a shot. And I am glad I did.
Summary: You could easily spend as much as this package sells for on either a receiver or a 5.1 speaker system alone... but with this combo, you get both. The receiver doesn't have a whole lot of premium features like networking capabilities but it is still a great value, even for an entry-level receiver.