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Curtis DVD5019 5.1 Channel Home Theatre System

If youre looking for an all in one home cinema system at an unbeatable price, this is it! Everything you need is included with speakers, sub woofer and DVD player all perfectly matched

The extra-slim DVD player has plenty of connections to allow easy integration into your existing set up and the neutral design fits in with any home d?r.


Easy to set up and use, this system gives you cinema sound from your DVDs with minimum fuss and minimum cost, another great value deal exclusive to Hifi Tower !

Highlights:

* Plays the most popular media formats - DVD, CD, MP3, JPEG
* Progressive Scan functionality to optimize image results
* powered subwoofer with bass reflex construction
* Subwoofer and a DVD player with blue LED lighting elements


Features:

* Playable media formats: DVD, CD, MP3, JPEG, DVD-R, DVD + R, DVD-RW, DVD + RW, CD-R, CD-RW, Kodak Picture CD
* Connections DVD player: 1 x 5.1 Output (RCA). 1 x component video output, 1 x Composite video output, 1 x S-video output, 1 x coaxial audio output, 1 x stereo audio output, 1 x SCART output
* Connections Subwoofer: 1 x 5.1-in (RCA), 5 x RCA output to connect the surround speakers
* Connections closed: rear integrated RCA cables
* Convenient operation via remote control, valve and OSD
* Supported picture formats: 16:9, 4:3 (Panscan and letterbox)
* Supported Surround Sound Systems: Dolby, DTS
* Subwoofer power: 15W RMS
* Modes Subwoofer: 2.1/5.1 (Switchable)
* Zoom:
* Slow motion feature:
* Angle function:
* Repeat Function
* AB-sequence repeat
* Mute
* Supported image systems: PAL, NTSC
* Various picture and sound settings
* Screensavers
* Power Subwoofer: 230V, 50Hz
* Parental
* Power DVD Player: 110 - 240V, 50/60Hz


Included:

* 1 x DVD Player
* 1 x active subwoofer
* 5 x Satellite Boxes
* 1 x Remote control
* 1 x Set of batteries for remote control



Dimensions:

* 43 x 5 x 25cm (DVD player)
* 15 x 23 x 21cm (Subwoofer)
* 9.5 x 12 x 10.5 cm (boxes per piece
* Weight DVD player: about 1.85 kilograms
* Weight Subwoofer: about 2.5 kilograms
* Weight boxes per piece: approx 250g
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#1
No mention of DivX?!?!
#2
frakison
No mention of DivX?!?!


Of all the things you could pick fault with about the product you pick that?!?! LOL

You'd be better off attaching 5 tins cans to a cheap DVD player with string, not forgetting the extra large can and extra thick string for the subwoofer :giggle:

Still it is cheap :thumbsup:
#3
Lack of any Optical inputs does mean you'll only ever get pseudo surround sound (Dolby PL2 etc..if it has any) from external devices though.
#4
megalomaniac
Of all the things you could pick fault with about the product you pick that?!?! LOL

You'd be better off attaching 5 tins cans to a cheap DVD player with string, not forgetting the extra large can and extra thick string for the subwoofer :giggle:

Still it is cheap :thumbsup:


Very helpful and constructive, well done you :roll:
#5
"If youre looking for an all in one home cinema system at an unbeatable price, this is it! Everything you need is included with speakers, sub woofer and DVD player all perfectly matched "

Home Cinema this isn't....I would struggle to find decent surround rear speakers alone for the price of this complete set,
#6
frakison
Very helpful and constructive, well done you :roll:


Thanks, glad you appreciate that my method would give you better sound quality and save you ££ in the process :thumbsup:.

Seriously who buys this sort of thing? If you're so bothered about films that you have to have surround sound, why would you then go and waste your money on this hunk of junk. As cicobuff says, this ain't home cinema, it's not even close.
#7
megalomaniac
Thanks, glad you appreciate that my method would give you better sound quality and save you ££ in the process :thumbsup:.

Seriously who buys this sort of thing? If you're so bothered about films that you have to have surround sound, why would you then go and waste your money on this hunk of junk. As cicobuff says, this ain't home cinema, it's not even close.


Point was that rather than just being sarcastic you COULD have pointed to a better deal ;-) Anyone buying this low end would surely not expect THX quality, but some have to make do with what they can get (your views on the best sub £300 would be more appreciated as Im looking for one at the moment).
#8
frakison
Point was that rather than just being sarcastic you COULD have pointed to a better deal ;-) Anyone buying this low end would surely not expect THX quality, but some have to make do with what they can get (your views on the best sub £300 would be more appreciated as Im looking for one at the moment).


My point (all be it a rather tongue in cheek way of saying so) was that there's no point buying anything at this level, the speakers themselves will more than likely be worse than your TV speakers and bad surround sound is worse than stereo not better (your senses are pretty good at picking up things that aren't right).

Hmm a sub £300 sub (pun intended, sorry). The Wharfdales are supposed to be good in that price bracket, maybe an SW250. The Velodyne Impact-12 and MJ Acoustics Pro 50 MkII also review well.
#9
megalomaniac
My point (all be it a rather tongue in cheek way of saying so) was that there's no point buying anything at this level, the speakers themselves will more than likely be worse than your TV speakers and bad surround sound is worse than stereo not better (your senses are pretty good at picking up things that aren't right).

Hmm a sub £300 sub (pun intended, sorry). The Wharfdales are supposed to be good in that price bracket, maybe an SW250. The Velodyne Impact-12 and MJ Acoustics Pro 50 MkII also review well.


:thumbsup: cheers. Looking for a nice 40/42" LED backlit tv, been told that ext speakers are a must due to poor sound on them.
#10
frakison
:thumbsup: cheers. Looking for a nice 40/42" LED backlit tv, been told that ext speakers are a must due to poor sound on them.


You must be looking at Samsung then :thumbsup: The Phillips ( 40PFL9704, 42PFL9664) sound is supposed to be pretty good for TV speakers (the PQ is better too), but you'll pay a premium over the Samsungs.
#11
can anyone reccomend a decent home theatre system with optical input?
#12
flylife
can anyone reccomend a decent home theatre system with optical input?


You got a budget in mind?
#13
megalomaniac
You must be looking at Samsung then :thumbsup: The Phillips ( 40PFL9704, 42PFL9664) sound is supposed to be pretty good for TV speakers (the PQ is better too), but you'll pay a premium over the Samsungs.


Wife is insistent that we get a Philips as the PQ we got with our current pixelplus is still amazing (she wont listen that CRT and LCD are a different ball game! :roll:). For once I have no problem in agreeing with her though :thumbsup:
#14
frakison
Wife is insistent that we get a Philips as the PQ we got with our current pixelplus is still amazing (she wont listen that CRT and LCD are a different ball game! :roll:). For once I have no problem in agreeing with her though :thumbsup:


Handy the 40PFL9704 is top dog at the mo but will set you back about £1800 if you can find one. Personally I'm waiting for the new Sony's and Panasonic's to arrive/get reviewed. The Panny plasmas look particularly interesting since this is the first line the ex-Pioneer (Kuro) engineers they took on have contributed to.
#15
megalomaniac
Handy the 40PFL9704 is top dog at the mo but will set you back about £1800 if you can find one. Personally I'm waiting for the new Sony's and Panasonic's to arrive/get reviewed. The Panny plasmas look particularly interesting since this is the first line the ex-Pioneer (Kuro) engineers they took on have contributed to.


Dont mind paying for quality (not just name), current CRT cost £1250 and that was when the RRP was more like £1600 but it literally knocked spots off every other TV at the time! Thanx for the advice :)
#16
megalomaniac
Of all the things you could pick fault with about the product you pick that?!?! LOL

You'd be better off attaching 5 tins cans to a cheap DVD player with string, not forgetting the extra large can and extra thick string for the subwoofer :giggle:

Still it is cheap :thumbsup:


Id hook this up to my TV and have my Xbox with XBMC run through it.

GREAT deal, especially given they are wireless speakers!
#17
nice but I need optical
#18
frakison;7926608
Point was that rather than just being sarcastic you COULD have pointed to a better deal ;-) Anyone buying this low end would surely not expect THX quality, but some have to make do with what they can get (your views on the best sub £300 would be more appreciated as Im looking for one at the moment).

BK XLS200 is decent for £300 - I bought one recently to replace an old B&W ASW1000 which took up far too much room. The BK has a tighter, faster response, as you'd expect from a smaller driver (10" i think) . It's certainly a better sub than my old one but on occassions I miss that loose, room moving growl i used to get ! If only I had enough room for the Monolith....
http://www.bkelec.com/HiFi/Sub_Woofers/XLS200-DFandFF.htm
#19
the samsung tzr 325?? is good i have it,amazing surround quality and optional wireless too :)
#20
Uridium
Lack of any Optical inputs does mean you'll only ever get pseudo surround sound (Dolby PL2 etc..if it has any) from external devices though.


Ive just connected my Sky+HD box to my surround sound system using an optical cable and bizarrely it sounded better before with analogue!!??
#21
yaboy
nice but I need optical


yeah big shame no optical
#22
Bully
yeah big shame no optical


Yeah. Also need digital optical input for xbox 360.
#23
Bully
yeah big shame no optical


Blender
Yeah. Also need digital optical input for xbox 360.


I would never recommend buying this unit as being advertised as "home cinema" because its far from it, however if anyone is struggling either by buying this unit or anything else cross compatibility between toslink and coaxial can easily be solved by buying a powered adaptor from the likes of Ebay for just a tenner.

Just google Optical Toslink to coaxial converter.

*EDIT* Regardless of buying a converter there is no Coaxial input for this unit anyway its all fed via multichannel analogue RCA cables.
#24
he6rt6gr6m
Id hook this up to my TV and have my Xbox with XBMC run through it.

GREAT deal, especially given they are wireless speakers!


Where does it state that the speakers are wireless?:thinking:
[Travel Expert]#25
I bought this a few days ago on Ebay via the Zavvi Outlet for £49.99 including free delivery and Top Cashback - although now unavailable. I can't say how good a deal it is as it's not set up yet.
#26
you'll get an email tomorrow from them saying there out off stock but you can buy it at 99-99
#27
my headphones will sound better on loud speakers than this pile of pooo :thumbsup:
#28
does anyone know if this records on dvd? or is it just your bog standard dvd player
#29
Personally I'd avoid this like the plague... anyone wanting a cheap home cinema setup look at the entry level Samsungs for around twice the price. For the cheapskates check out ebay... I know everyone hates that name here but since the subs are heavy to post there are lots of good pick up only deals about on there. I picked up a Sony receiver with DTS, Dolby, Pro Logic II, 2 optical inputs, a beefy sub and 5 satellites for a mere £25.
#30
dodoegg1
does anyone know if this records on dvd? or is it just your bog standard dvd player


check the description for it you'll be surprised what info this gives you
#31
dodoegg1
does anyone know if this records on dvd? or is it just your bog standard dvd player


Is there anywhere in the slightest on the specification that would make you think that :? It's a would be "home cinema" system, a dvd player, with satellite speakers and a sub woofer.
#32
Might be good for the PS3 or 360 :w00t:
#33
There is someone selling one of these on ebay, who has provided some more pics:

clicky link
#34
Dusty
Might be good for the PS3 or 360 :w00t:


How? It doesn't have any internal decoding like a dedicated Home Cinema Amplifier, relying solely on Internal decoding from the DVD Player pushing output via 6 RCA Connectors, 2 to the front, 2 to the rear satellites, 1 to the centre, and 1 to the Sub.

It doesn't have a Toslink input.
#35
And the optical cables are now available in Poundland!!!:whistling:
#36
Uridium
Lack of any Optical inputs does mean you'll only ever get pseudo surround sound (Dolby PL2 etc..if it has any) from external devices though.


^^ PS3 no go zone
#37
alanrp123
And the optical cables are now available in Poundland!!!:whistling:


really?!
#38
cicobuff
Is there anywhere in the slightest on the specification that would make you think that :? It's a would be "home cinema" system, a dvd player, with satellite speakers and a sub woofer.


No there isn't, hence the reason I asked. There are SO many of your kind on forums. Such a shame. It must be down to insecurity or low self esteem.
#39
cicobuff
How? It doesn't have any internal decoding like a dedicated Home Cinema Amplifier, relying solely on Internal decoding from the DVD Player pushing output via 6 RCA Connectors, 2 to the front, 2 to the rear satellites, 1 to the centre, and 1 to the Sub.

It doesn't have a Toslink input.


Ah nuts! :thinking:
#40
frakison;7926608
Point was that rather than just being sarcastic you COULD have pointed to a better deal ;-) Anyone buying this low end would surely not expect THX quality, but some have to make do with what they can get (your views on the best sub £300 would be more appreciated as Im looking for one at the moment).

Look no further than the Sony BDV-E300 if you can still get it anywhere. The added bonus of blu-ray, 2 optical inputs and 1000w power output. Not to mention HD sound also. Looks to have gone up to £375 now though as a few weeks ago you could pick one up for £299 at either tesco's or richer sounds!!
Also you can get the system I got the BDV-360is for a few more quid. For around £430 on the net. Has 3 hdmi inputs for lpcm streaming and golf ball size speakers.

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