Summary: Once I got the settings figured out, this thing is amazing. My satellite receiver, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and my new desktop are all connected to this and its connected to me tv. Interestingly, my TV does NOT have HDCP support, but that isn't causing any issues.
Hardest System to Confugure I've ever seen. Sent in for warranty repair TWICE in first two months
B. Berkowitz, Amazon
31 January 2012
Summary: This system looks nice (though is a magnet for fingerprints and minor scratches). I echo many comments that others have said and on day one, thought I'd give it 5 stars, but there are 4 major issues with this unit: CONS: 1.
Summary: 2 months(Aug 2011) after I buy this 2 hdmi Jacks fry(remote defective also) sent in,2 weeks later fixed, remote still not working. Jan 2012 exact same HDMI jacks not working(they want me to send it away for 2 more weeks) 2.5 hours phone call result No exchange for obviously defective unit REPAIR...
Pros: good price
Cons: 2 circuit boards fried remote works intermittently,was not repaired or replace just gave it back to me. horrible service no replacement,repair only they spend more to fix it twice than it costs to exchange for working one-2 way UPS, service tech repair, home visit this time
Summary: Had this unit for about 6 months when the audio problems started. Added a WD HDTV Live box connected with hdmi and whenever I skip forward or back, the audio cuts out for 5-10 seconds. Updated the WD box but still no fix. Connected directly to TV, works great.
Summary: I must admit that I was frustrated at first with this system. I have a Samsung 46" lcd tv and a samsung blu ray player also, so trying to put all of this together along with my cable box was no fun. Only after calling Samsung for assistance was I able to finally configure everything.
Summary: I had to return the product and got a Yamaha model instead since the unit would not turn on for several hours after it was turned off. It just kept going into standby mode. I really liked the design of this unit, it is really good looking and no visible buttons on the front, but the ease of use is a...
Summary: I should have gone with my gut and bought the Denon 391 or 591 I have been lusting over for months
Pros: I got a good price on it at a big box store, sorry new egg dont be sad you still get you 20% of my pay check per month. It looks nice, and sounds nice when it works
Cons: Set up directions were useless, but when I hooked my PS3 the hdmi audio would cut in and out on the menu and netflix and work fine on bluray, after reading online that is a common problem with this unit, I moved the ps3 to a different HDMI and it worked. Needless to say I will not be keeping this...