PANASONIC SC-BTT405EBK 5.1 Smart 3D Blu-ray Home Cinema System with Bluetooth, NFC and 4k upscaling and playback. Currys £149.99 - HotUKDeals
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I've been hunting for a 3D blu Ray system for a couple of weeks and came across this from Currys as part of their Black Tag ddeals.
Spec says it has NFC, Bluetooth, 4k playback and upscaling and smart functions.

SMART
Smart TV services - BBC iPlayer
- YouTube
- Netflix
- Facebook
- Twitter
- Skype
Full web browser No
Apps Fixed apps x 5
PLAYER
Region/Zone - DVD: Region 2
- Blu-ray: Region B
Blu-ray profile BD-Live (Profile 2.0)
3D compatible Yes. Though this player is 3D compatible, to experience 3D playback you will need other 3D equipment such as a 3D TV, 3D glasses, a 3D-capable HDMI cable, and of course a 3D Blu-ray Disc.
Readable discs - Blu-ray: BD-ROM, FULL HD 3D/ BD-Video, BD-RE/ BD-RE DL (Ver.3), BD-R/ BD-R DL (Ver.2)
- DVD: DVD, DVD-Video, DVD-R/ DVD-R DL/ DVD-RW, DVD-Video/ DVD Video Recording, DVD+R, DVD+R, DVD+RW
- CD: CD, CD-R/ -RW, CD-DA
Supported audio file formats MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, WMA
Supported video file formats MP4, MPEG-2, AVCHD, Xvid, MKV
Supported image file formats JPEG, MPO
Additional features Wireless audio streaming
AV FUNCTIONS
Advanced video features - Upscales DVDs to High Definition
- 2D to 3D conversion
Advanced audio features Virtual Surround Sound
Dolby Virtual Speaker, 3D Surround Effect, Clear Mode, Standard, Stadium, Music, Cinema, News, Stereo
Audio processing - Dolby Digital
- Dolby Digital Plus
- Dolby TrueHD
- Dolby Pro Logic II
- DTS-HD Master Audio Essential
- DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
Upscaling capabilities Yes
4k Ultra HD playback Yes - please note that a 4k Ultra HD TV and 4k Ultra HD discs are required to enjoy this feature.
CONNECTIVITY
AV inputs - HDMI x 1
- Optical x 1
Ethernet Yes
WiFi WiFi via optional accessory
Bluetooth Yes
USB USB 2.0 x 1
NFC Yes
SPEAKERS
Configuration - Bookshelf speakers x 4
- Centre speaker x 1
- Subwoofer x 1
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#1
nice find op, heat added :)
1 Like #2
I bought this last week, and it is fantastic for the price. Excellent for streaming music from my phone via bluetooth - and YouTube TV. It even has its own Android app, so everything can be controlled from your phone! Brilliant!!
#3
Can't believe it's gone under the radar, just been waiting for someone to say the spec is wrong. :-)
Do you think it's possibly to use the O2 Priority voucher of £10 off £100 spend? If so it's even better.
#4
I have the older version of this without the 4k upscaling. (BTT400EBK). Works like a treat with ARC on my Panasonic TV so it detects the speakers from this. Happy with the purchase after a year. I don't think I've ever actually used the blu-ray though!
#5
Forgive me for asking such a stupid question, but how do the speakers connect to the main unit? By speaker cable or bluetooth?
#6
4K upscaling is a myth - every 4K tv will offer this feature whether your feed it Bluray @1080p or dvd @480p it will scale it to the native resolution of the panel.
#7
SensibleSaver
Forgive me for asking such a stupid question, but how do the speakers connect to the main unit? By speaker cable or bluetooth?

Speaker cable.
4 Likes #8
SensibleSaver
Forgive me for asking such a stupid question, but how do the speakers connect to the main unit? By speaker cable or bluetooth?
There's no such thing as a stupid question. The speakers are wired but audio streaming is wireless.
#9
1% quidco cashback
£10 statement credit for Amex offer.
Wow.
2 Likes #10
crofter
SensibleSaver
Forgive me for asking such a stupid question, but how do the speakers connect to the main unit? By speaker cable or bluetooth?

Speaker cable.

Thanks crofter and MisterMadHatter
#11
I was going to post this deal :) OP beat me to it haha Nice One .... Heat Added
#12
cheers
have reserved for collection tomorrow

will have a proper read up tonight before committing myself...

my Panasonic SC-BT200 keeps switching itself off (F76 error)
It was a lot more than this one. I wonder how the quality compares...
Anyone have experience of both set ups?

cheers
#13
Is this DLNA certified ? No mention of it on the Currys' website ...
#15
I have this, quite nice, sounds good, but there is an annoying lag when changing inputs. If you stay on simplink and arc won't bother you though.
#16
And it's got Doulby Digital +, nice find.
#17
How would one of these compare with a Denon or Onkyo mini hifi for music playback?
#18
Can confirm O2 Priority moments works as well. £139.99. Bargain
#19
Can confirm O2 Priority moments works as well. £139.99. Bargain
#20
Struggling to find a informative review of this system - anyone seen one?
#21
129.99 on ebay 201234250362 item number
#22
irfan1212
129.99 on ebay 201234250362 item number

that ones a refurb not brand new
#23
Please can someone tell me whether the speakers are hard wired
#24
furber
Please can someone tell me whether the speakers are hard wired

im pretty sure they are
#25
it hasn't got many connections at the back, so how would i be able to connect multiple devices, such as tv, skybox, pc?

Edited By: frogbog on Dec 05, 2014 18:45
#26
They are hardwired.
There is an optical in, aux in and hdmi arc. Hope that helps.
#27
thanks ds5. But most equipment nowadays can only be connected via hdmi or optical. So I have a tv, skybox, virgin and a pc...how would I connect all of them to this?


Edited By: frogbog on Dec 05, 2014 19:12
#28
frogbog
thanks ds5. But most equipment nowadays can only be connected via hdmi or optical. So I have a tv, skybox and a pc...how would I could all of them to this?

Optical out from your tv would work
#29
frogbog
thanks ds5. But most equipment nowadays can only be connected via hdmi or optical. So I have a tv, skybox, virgin and a pc...how would I connect all of them to this?

One option - what I have used to connect my PS3/PS4 and Tivo to my Sound system
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/3-Way-Toslink-Digital-Audio-Optical-Switch-/160458965769?pt=UK_Sound_Vision_Other&hash=item255c198309

3 optical in and 1 optical out

Paid just under £10 a year ago and it has been great. You have to manually switch to the one you want, but hardly an imposition to be honest.

Edited By: ghostm4n on Dec 05, 2014 20:17
#30
Tried a couple of those 3 into 1 and none of them worked. Reading the reviews on Amazon, seems to be a very hit and miss solution, but great if it does work. Hot for the system, by the way!
#31
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frogbog
thanks ds5. But most equipment nowadays can only be connected via hdmi or optical. So I have a tv, skybox, virgin and a pc...how would I connect all of them to this?

optical out from your tv would likely strip any dolby signals. I would go for a system with multiple hdmi inputs rather than this in your set up.
banned#32
So if you use optical out from your tv will this transfer the sound from each device from my tv I have sky box ps4 Xbox 360 bluray player VHS dvd combi
#33
Any decent reviews on this?
#34
Cheers - just ordered. Been looking for one for my son,

Topcashback 1.51% as well
#35
Thank you. Just ordered one as a Christmas present for my husband
#36
Can anyone explain the HDMI "ARC" piece?
I have a similar LG system but you only get the BluRay via HDMI or a single OPtical device connected.....I seem to recall after I bought it that I would need ARC or Passive to have better connectivity --- eg Sky, PS3, TV all playing through the surround sound?
banned#37
After my recent experience with Currys, I think I'll pass on this. Great deal though.
1 Like #38
mgk
Can anyone explain the HDMI "ARC" piece?
I have a similar LG system but you only get the BluRay via HDMI or a single OPtical device connected.....I seem to recall after I bought it that I would need ARC or Passive to have better connectivity --- eg Sky, PS3, TV all playing through the surround sound?

Arc is audio return channel. Basically allows you to connect a cinema or soundbar to the tv and drive it from the tv. Ie leave all the inputs like sky etc plugged into the tv. And the tv will pass the audio via the hdmi. In addition the tv should detect the cinema/soundbar and mtu the internal speakers and control the volume on the external system. Should work with most tvs under about 5 years old. The same hdmi cable can be used to pass video from the cinema bluray to the tv. Note only one port on the tv is normally designated as arc compatible.
#39
I'm not sure if my Panasonic TX-P50X60B will work with this or not.

The manual says it supports ARC on HDMI2 but also says "Input audio signal - 2ch Linear PCM" so it might just discard any other type of signal and not forward it to the decoder via ARC.

The TV only has two HDMI inputs, so I'm already using a three way switcher for my two PCs and NowTV box, with my RPi XBMC going to the other TV input, so if I got this system I'd need to get a four way switch and connect the RPi to that instead.

I've always wanted surround sound but as I live in a flat with poor soundproofing and so wouldn't be able to crank it up much, it seemed a bit pointless spending £200 on a receiver and another £200 on speakers. £149 seems more reasonable but I'd still probably have to disable the subwoofer and I have no idea if that's possible with this system, whereas I know it is with a full receiver.

Have to wonder how this manages to cram the decoder/amp as well as the BD player into a box that's about 1/4 of the height of receivers and whether that's going to lead to overheating and failure after not very long!
#40
Well I found this retailer who were selling the SC-BTT400 (but I don't suppose it's much different to the model in question here) who's now OOS but weren't very flattering about it even when they were selling it!
http://www.bestavdeals.co.uk/panasonic-sc-btt400-3d-blu-ray-home-cinema-system.html

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