5.1 DVD Package System with HDMI inc. Speakers £99.95 @ Richer Sounds (instore) - HotUKDeals
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Great value home cinema doesn't get much better than the LG HT304SU.

It's hard to think of any home cinema system that packs in so much for so little. At the heart of this LG home cinema system is a good quality DVD player. Coming complete with upscaling to 1080p and an HDMI output, you'll get a superb quality picture from your DVDs, especially if you have a 1080p TV to make the most of it. Bearing in mind that a DVD player of this standard could, alone, cost half the amount of this package system, the audio side is spectacularly fine value.

Featuring decoding for Dolby Digital and Dolby Pro Logic II, the HT304SU gives excellent surround sound results with either digital or analogue (from TV) signals. With five cute satellite speakers and VSM (Virtual Sound Matrix) you get a spacious, enveloping sound that no TV could hope to match within its built-in speakers. Then there's the subwoofer. Designed to be tucked neatly out of sight, the subwoofer boosts bass to give a cinema-like feel and a presence of "being there". With 45 watts per channel (4 ohms), the LG HT304SU isn't going to rattle windows but it's more than enough for most rooms and a great improvement on most TV's standard audio.

Other great features with this LG home cinema system include a USB socket. This allows you to plug in your MP3 player and rip music from CDs which are, of course, playable on the DVD drive. A built-in FM radio is perfect for catching up with the news or music in the morning whilst an auxiliary input lets you hook up your MP3 or iPod.

With such unobtrusive speakers and a main unit that's no bigger than a conventional DVD player, why not give your TV's speakers a break and try listening to films the way they were meant to be heard - in glorious surround sound!
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suspended#1
Good deal... if only it was Blu Ray

Voted HOT
suspended#2
mikbak
Good deal... if only it was Blu Ray

Voted HOT


Sorry, i ran out of magic pixie dust! lol :thumbsup:
banned#3
they have been this price for a while, ive been looking at these and after some research came accross reviewd on trustedreviews.com and on amazon. A budget set, good value for money, but they key is that it does not have a optical cable so you cant get digital sound out of your sky/virgin box or xbox/ps3. Thats the only setback for me personally i'd like a system in this budget range with a digital input/output
#4
Roccostan
they have been this price for a while, ive been looking at these and after some research came accross reviewd on trustedreviews.com and on amazon. A budget set, good value for money, but they key is that it does not have a optical cable so you cant get digital sound out of your sky/virgin box or xbox/ps3. Thats the only setback for me personally i'd like a system in this budget range with a digital input/output


I Don't Want to Look Stupid............But, When I Connect My optical To Sky (Or Xbox) The Sound On My (Sky Branded) Surround Is Out Of Sync With T.V Sound, Causing A Delay....Why Does This Happen??
:oops: :oops:
#5
LveSueForever
I Don't Want to Look Stupid............But, When I Connect My optical To Sky (Or Xbox) The Sound On My (Sky Branded) Surround Is Out Of Sync With T.V Sound, Causing A Delay....Why Does This Happen??
:oops: :oops:

You should mute the TV
#6
remember to check your store for stock first...coz with richer sounds it's always too good to be true...
1 Like #7
LveSueForever
I Don't Want to Look Stupid............But, When I Connect My optical To Sky (Or Xbox) The Sound On My (Sky Branded) Surround Is Out Of Sync With T.V Sound, Causing A Delay....Why Does This Happen??
:oops: :oops:


If you don't want to look stupid, try not putting a capital letter at the beginning of every word you type :-D
#8
A colleague mentioned this very system to me this morning - it's £99.99 in Currys (store collection only) but with 3% Quidco making it £96.99 by my reckoning.
#9
I bought this surround sound system a few months back for around £150. I'm really happy with it, the speakers are alot sleeker than most other systems in the same price range, the sound output is great and I personally dont need anything louder.

As with any surround sound systems bear in mind that the baby wont be able to resist playing/pulling the speakers, especially these round shiney ones! :-D
#10
This looks like a good deal, but I just worry that the dvd player will die as my LG player has just done. LG players seem to have a flaw, just search online for some comments on this. The Laser in the player intermittently reads the disc, frequently throwing up disc read error messages. It is a shame as this small kit would go nicely with my tv of the same make. LG is a good brand but they seem to miss the boat with DVD players. :|
#11
I am probably gonna sound really stupid here but I have a blu-ray, sky and ps3. If I get a system like this, how will I get the surround sound on all of the above? Or would it only work on the dvd player it came with?:oops::thinking:
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andy182
I am probably gonna sound really stupid here but I have a blu-ray, sky and ps3. If I get a system like this, how will I get the surround sound on all of the above? Or would it only work on the dvd player it came with?:oops::thinking:


I had the same question about a month ago when I wanted to connect blu-ray, xbox & sky.

After some research, I realized the best thing to do was to get a AV Receiver and speakers... an av receiver allows all these devices to be connected to it. I got an Onkyo receiver and its really good... cost around 300£ but am very happy with it. Richer Sounds have a good collection of av receivers if your interested.

hope this helps.
#13
andy182
I am probably gonna sound really stupid here but I have a blu-ray, sky and ps3. If I get a system like this, how will I get the surround sound on all of the above? Or would it only work on the dvd player it came with?:oops::thinking:


You'd only get the surround sound from the DVD player (the only other input on this system is a single AUX input).

speedy79
After some research, I realized the best thing to do was to get a AV Receiver and speakers... an av receiver allows all these devices to be connected to it. I got an Onkyo receiver and its really good... cost around 300£ but am very happy with it. Richer Sounds have a good collection of av receivers if your interested.


That wouldn't be the ONKYO TXSR308 would it? That was the model I suggested to the colleague I mentioned earlier, after suggesting he look at going down the receiver route. Richer Sounds also do a bundle with that receiver and speakers, the ONKYO HTS3305.
#14
Thanks for that. Will have a look around and get something. Have some rep :)
#15
Shame it doesnt have a Optical input for my 360. Otherwise would have gone for this.
#16
cookiemonster83
If you don't want to look stupid, try not putting a capital letter at the beginning of every word you type :-D


But My Daughter And Niece Both Do It And I HAVE To Try To Relate!!!

(Ooh Sticking My Chin Out.........Ready To Take A Knock)

:whistling:
:?
:w00t:
#17
smokingplunger
You should mute the TV


Tried That, But There Is Still a Delay, In Movies That Drives Me Nuts!!
:?
#18
andy182
I am probably gonna sound really stupid here but I have a blu-ray, sky and ps3. If I get a system like this, how will I get the surround sound on all of the above? Or would it only work on the dvd player it came with?:oops::thinking:


Agreed the receiver advice above is a better option but you CAN do it.

Connect all the devices to the tv via HDMI and then connect the audio out from the tv to the AUX on the surround system with phono leads. This way any sound played on the tv will play through the surround system:thumbsup:
#19
LveSueForever
But My Daughter And Niece Both Do It And I HAVE To Try To Relate!!!

(Ooh Sticking My Chin Out.........Ready To Take A Knock)

:whistling:
:?
:w00t:


Haha, I'm not going to beast you for it or anything, I was merely offering a suggestion to your quandry! You could always try to relate to them in other ways, as opposed to encouraging them to type like that :p
#20
cookiemonster83
If you don't want to look stupid, try not putting a capital letter at the beginning of every word you type :-D


In the settings of your Sky box you can set the sound delay time period. Have a play around with this and that should solve the problem
#21
jtx
Agreed the receiver advice above is a better option but you CAN do it.

Connect all the devices to the tv via HDMI and then connect the audio out from the tv to the AUX on the surround system with phono leads. This way any sound played on the tv will play through the surround system:thumbsup:


Just to clarify, my understanding is that such a connection won't provide surround sound - just 2 channel stereo? I'd be surprised if the system could accept and process a multi-channel input, I'm not even sure that this is possible via an AUX phono connection.
#22
voodooflux
Just to clarify, my understanding is that such a connection won't provide surround sound - just 2 channel stereo? I'd be surprised if the system could accept and process a multi-channel input, I'm not even sure that this is possible via an AUX phono connection.


Yes, only the front speakers and the sub will work.
#23
cookiemonster83
Haha, I'm not going to beast you for it or anything, I was merely offering a suggestion to your quandry! You could always try to relate to them in other ways, as opposed to encouraging them to type like that :p


Are You (seriously) suggesting That I Attempt to Speak To Them Or something??
Good Lord, You Must Be Mad!!!
;-);-)

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