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Samsung HT-X810
4.8 out of 10

Samsung HT-X810

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Samsung - 300W 2.1-Ch. HT-X810T Home Theater System

Personal Electronics buzz
11 August 2009
  • Excerpt: After a few weeks of research I decided to purchase the Samsung HT-X810T Home Theater System for my 42” HDTV. The soundbar surround system with built in DVD player and wireless powered subwoofer, eliminates the need for an AV receiver.
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Home Theater System
13 November 2008
  • Excerpt: The Samsung HT-X810 is a system that comes with many gadgets. Stylish, easy to setup, wall-mountable, 5.8GHz wireless with outstanding surround sound system, the list seem to go on.
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Samsung HT-X810 Review

2 June 2008
  • Conclusion: The X810 isn’t cheap at around $700, but given its extensive features and excellent sound quality, we have no qualms about recommending it wholeheartedly for owners of 40-inch or larger HDTVs from any manufacturer.
  • Pros: Excellent audio and video quality; good connectivity options; easy setup
  • Cons: Slow input switching; confusing audio settings; remote is not universal
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Overall 8

Samsung HT-X810R Home Cinema System

Trusted Reviews
7 February 2011
  • Summary: Samsung's HT-X810R 2.1-channel home cinema system gets Danny more excited than usual. Find out why.
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Overall 6

Samsung HT-X810

6 March 2009
  • Excerpt: After the recent Philips soundbar review, my interest was piqued toward these sleek devices, and thus we decided to call in more from the competition in the market. And who better than Samsung, who is now one of the biggest names in the audio video consumer market.
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Overall 6
Value for money 8
Features 6
Sound 6
Looks 6
Audio & image quality 6

Samsung HT-X810R

20 January 2009
  • Conclusion: The HT-X810R doesn’t blow us away with either its design or its performance. From a distance God is watching us, and equally from a distance these look pretty stylish. Get up close and personal and well, let’s just say these have more plastic than Bill Gate’s wallet.
  • Pros: As with the Philips HTS8140 , this is a soundbar with a DVD player built-in and bass that comes courtesy of a separate subwoofer. However, here the subwoofer links up to the bar wirelessly, allowing you to place it almost anywhere without the fear of a wire cluster the size of Saturn’s rings gett...
  • Cons: On both the surround sound and DVD picture quality fronts the Samsung can’t match the Philips’ strong showing. While it does feature 1080p upscaling, it never quite wows us like Hi-Def pictures should. It’s also a bit disappointing in the build-quality department, feeling and looking very plastic...
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Overall 7

Samsung HT-X810 soundbar speakers

Pocket Lint
11 September 2008
  • Conclusion: The Samsung HT-X810 certainly looks good with the slick touch controls and the smart slot-loading DVD player delivering impressive results. The sound is also good once you have tamed the bass, which you never really can do to a great extent.
  • Pros: Slick design: looks great, good quality DVD playback, versatility: plenty of connection options
  • Cons: Can be overly bassy, slow to switch inputs and load discs, standby hum
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Overall 6

Samsung HT-X810 review

TechRadar UK
30 July 2008
  • Summary: Samsung’s DVD system upgrade is functional
  • Pros: Dramatic styling, Wireless subwoofer, Powerful stereo performance
  • Cons: No HDMI input, ‘Virtual’ surround mode ineffective
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Overall 5

Expert Review

Le Monde Numérique
23 April 2009
  • Summary: Le système Home Cinéma HT-X810 complète parfaitement un téléviseur Samsung de dernière génération. Il arbore un design similaire qui se marie parfaitement avec les lignes et couleurs d’une TV LCD fabriquée par le coréen. De plus, son intégration est facile avec le caisson de basses sans fil.
  • Pros: Le design, Les touches de contrôle, La liaison sans fil au caisson de basses, La qualité vidéo, Photo, musique et vidéo via USB, Le son chaud, Le câble HDMI inclus
  • Cons: Les effets arrière un peu faibles, Le prix 800 euros conseillé
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