Summary: I never received the Home Theater system. UPS lost it the day it was supposed to be delivered. Maybe some else is enjoying my home theater. Why would you ask me to review a product that was lost and you canceled the order?
Summary: The system looks very nice and sounds great!! The only con I can think of which is a bit of an incovinience is that it only has two digital audio output. However I am extremely satisfied with the purchase and would highly recommend it for anyone looking to buy it.
Summary: Yamaha YHT-590BL Home Theater in a Box (Black) I have this sound system working on a 91 inch Samsung DLP and it is wonderful. It took a little help from a son to get it connected. Everyone's situation requires different connections and all of them are not covered in the instructions.
Summary: I had problems with the above YHT590BL from the moment I received. They substituted the AV receiver with a RX-V363, instead of the HTR-6130BL. When I change from the radio tuner to the TV, the volume blast the roof off. The woofer needs to be manually turned off every time.
Summary: I am very satisfied with my Yamaha YHT-590BL Home Theater in a Box. It sounds great! Only one aspect threw me off when I was setting it up. Please be aware of this. You cannot use only HDMI connections for the audio. It is only a pass-through system.
Summary: THE SPEAKERS ARE VERY WELL MADE THE SOUND FROM THE MAINS AND SURROUNDS ARE WELL BALANCED, THE CENTER NEEDED TO BE TURNED DOWN TO KEEP THE FRONT FIELD IN BALANCE. the sub is not as well suited to the system, the volume is very hard to get correct from program source to source.
Summary: Looks more expensive than it is. 600 watts in my large living room is plenty powerful. Essentially, Yamaha just took existing off-the-shelf components (receiver, woofer, and speakers) and packaged them as an HTIB. Even though it's all in one, big box, everything has it's own separate documentation.
Summary: I decided to go with the Yamaha 590bl after several weeks of research on Yamaha and Onkyo HTIBs in the 300 to 600 price range. I was a little apprehensive as there weren't too many reviews to be found on this particular model, but seeing and hearing it at one of the local electronic stores convinced...
Summary: I wanted a nice sound system to compliment my Sony 40-inch LCD screen. Originally I purchased Onkyo 3100, however, it did not have any HDMI connections and it would cause the video to stutter on programs in HD. I wanted the Onkyo 5100 but the speakers were simply enormous.