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Panasonic SCHTR210EBK Home Cinema TV cabinet £79.97 @ Currys - Save over £400!

£79.97 @ Currys
Cheap as its discontinued product. Nice TV stand with in built speakers takes away those wires lurking everywhere. Availability is instore only and varied between areas. Sku: 291910, tell the cash… Read More
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
Cheap as its discontinued product. Nice TV stand with in built speakers takes away those wires lurking everywhere.
Availability is instore only and varied between areas.
Sku: 291910, tell the cashier or assistant to search the product to check availability.

PC World Swindon and Currys both have one in stock.

Panasonic SCHTR210EBK Home Cinema TV cabinet 3.1ch 300w Dolby up to 42".

Dolby Virtual 3.1 ch Surround System, Dual Drive Subwoofer,

VIERA Link - Easy Operation with VIERAs Remote, Total Output Power of 300W (RMS), 2 Front Speakers + 1 Center Speaker + Subwoofer
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#1
I can't find it. Direct link? Would snap one of these up in an instant if there's one near me!
#2
Anyone actually find one of these?
#3
I think the OP was trying in a round about way to say it is in store only!
#4
I have a Sony stand. It's Tidey, stylish and loud!

Also replicates 7.1 (my Sony).
#5
My sister also got one of these a couple of weeks ago - from the Curry's in Swindon too.
#6
Product Codes:
SC-HTR210EBK
Panasonic SC-HTR210EBK Home Cinema TV Stand System

Based on a new virtual sound technology, this system uses only the cabinet-mounted right and left front speakers, the center speaker, and the subwoofer to create a dynamic surround effect that actually sounds like it has rear speakers.

A unique dual-drive system is used where the two woofers are placed opposite to each other on the left and right sides of the TV stand. This system produces clear, dynamic bass while greatly reducing the amount of unwanted low-frequency sound vibration.

You can handle the frequently used home cinema operations using only the VIERA remote, such as adjusting sound volume and turning the power on or off. Linking your TV and home cinema TV stand system makes movie watching easier and more comfortable.

Receiver - Power
Home Theater Mode (RMS) - 3.1ch System
Total Power - 300W
Front - 70W x 2 (1kHz, 4ohms, 10% THD)
Centre - 70W (1kHz, 4ohms, 10% THD)
Subwoofer - 90W (100Hz, 3ohms, 10% THD)
Receiver - General
Whisper-mode Surround - Yes
DTS Digital Surround - Yes
Dolby Digital Decoder/ Dolby Pro Logic II- Yes
Dolby Virtual Speaker- Yes
Real Centre - Yes
Game Direct Button - Yes
Auto Lip Synchronization Function - Yes
1080p Output - Yes
VIERA Link - Yes
Remote Control - Yes
Terminal
HDMI Terminals - Yes (1in[BD/DVD]/1out[TV])
Digital Input - Yes (2 optical, 1coaxial)
Audio Input - Yes
Speakers
Front Configuration - 1 way 1 speaker, Bass-reflex
Front Speaker Unit (Approx.) - 6.5cm Cone Type (Bamboo Diaphragm)
Centre Configuration - 1 way 1 speaker, Bass-reflex
Centre Speaker Unit (Approx.) - 6.5cm Cone Type (Bamboo Diaphragm)
Subwoofer Configuration - 1 way 2 speaker, Bass-reflex
Subwoofer Speaker Unit (Approx.) - 13 cm Cone Type x 2 (Dual Drive Subwoofer)
General
Weight (kg) (Approx.) - 43.0
Dimensions (mm) (Approx.) - Width 1080.0 Height 444.0 Depth 458.0


how much space is their for boxes/consoles?
eg could i get the 360/Ps3/xbox 1 and virgin V+ box underneath?
would snap one of these up i could find one!

http://www.electrocentre.co.uk/images/hischtr210ebk.jpg
#7
I honestly dont get it, one of the biggest plus' to owning a LCD or plasma is the fact it can be wallmounted, and that means a huge space saver. Why the hell buy this box and take up all the floor space?!

Mount the TV, get some small satellites, mount them and get a floating rack.

Cheap, and good deal but stupid imo.
#8
twist
I honestly dont get it, one of the biggest plus' to owning a LCD or plasma is the fact it can be wallmounted, and that means a huge space saver. Why the hell buy this box and take up all the floor space?!

Mount the TV, get some small satellites, mount them and get a floating rack.

Cheap, and good deal but stupid imo.


Agreed - I just wall mounted by new LCD.

Some people may prefer the aesthetics of a stand, or simply can't wall mount their TV because of the walls.
#9
@satchef1
I couldn't find a direct link for it as its a discontinued model therefore its not listed.
Go round to you local Currys or PC World they can scan your area for these.

@carleast
Yep its a true deal. They have 3 Weeks to clear so if your local store has loads wait a bit you might get them EVEN CHEAPER!!

@custardy
I would sure think so!! Large place inside there.

@twist
Some places in rooms don't have the area to mount like a corner, think logically.
#10
amnestic
Agreed - I just wall mounted by new LCD.

Some people may prefer the aesthetics of a stand, or simply can't wall mount their TV because of the walls.


That's me. :-D

Can't wall mount mine due to the walls. This Panny has glass doors on though. Great if you have kids! :thumbsup:
#11
Have ya ever heard of a thing called a corner wallmount?!

And you can pretty much mount onto anything including plasterboard only walls. Do some research before telling someone to "think logically".
#12
None in northern ireland
#13
stupid question - is this only compatible with panasonic tv's? i have a samsung 40" .. would i be able to connect it via hdmi? thanks!
#14
doth2009
stupid question - is this only compatible with panasonic tv's? i have a samsung 40" .. would i be able to connect it via hdmi? thanks!


will work on your TV
#15
@twist
Ops. Lol You know what I mean!!
@doth2009
Nope :) Universal only thing is that functions can't be made by your Samsung remote to it.
#16
Bully
None in northern ireland


Thanks Bully, that saves me checking :thumbsup:
#17
twist
Have ya ever heard of a thing called a corner wallmount?!

And you can pretty much mount onto anything including plasterboard only walls. Do some research before telling someone to "think logically".


Mounting an expensive item on a wall of plasterboard would be asking for trouble, in my opinion :p. And it also depends on what is behind the walls. I know that I couldn't mount mine in my preferred place due to electrical or piping, I'm not sure.

Why does it matter anyway?
#18
Hot!!
#19
ivanwilson
Thanks Bully, that saves me checking :thumbsup:


Shame as i would have ordered 2 of these as its dimensions are perfect for 2 rooms i wanted them for.
#20
amnestic
Mounting an expensive item on a wall of plasterboard would be asking for trouble, in my opinion :p. And it also depends on what is behind the walls. I know that I couldn't mount mine in my preferred place due to electrical or piping, I'm not sure.

Why does it matter anyway?


In your opinion. Gets done safely everyday. Even if theres nothing behind the plasterboard its easy to do. Do you realise how much a large radiator full of water weighs?

Elec or piping, you can move the TV slightly up or down / side to side to compensate, the brackets screws dont take up the entire area of the wall.

Anyway, pointless. Enjoy your crowded floorspace further :thumbsup:
#21
Well... Great now we solved that Is there anyone that own this here?
#22
I'll check my local area tomorrow afternoon. Not sure i can be bothered with one now though, literally just finished re-routing all my cables.

@twist. Not everyone is allowed to wallmount sets (rented accomodation etc.) and some people genuinely just prefer the look of a nice floorstand. As for small satellite speakers, can't say i'm a fan. Give me a pair of floor standing Wharfdale Diamonds with bookshelfs for the rear channels any day :)
#23
satchef1
[email protected] Not everyone is allowed to wallmount sets (rented accomodation etc.) and some people genuinely just prefer the look of a nice floorstand. As for small satellite speakers, can't say i'm a fan. Give me a pair of floor standing Wharfdale Diamonds with bookshelfs for the rear channels any day :)


Thats true re rented, but get good satellites with a good center and sub and you can achieve a very very good sound without overcrowding. Canton CD or Movie range for example and a Onkyo 605 or similar.
#24
satchef1
I'll check my local area tomorrow afternoon. Not sure i can be bothered with one now though, literally just finished re-routing all my cables.

@twist. Not everyone is allowed to wallmount sets (rented accomodation etc.) and some people genuinely just prefer the look of a nice floorstand. As for small satellite speakers, can't say i'm a fan. Give me a pair of floor standing Wharfdale Diamonds with bookshelfs for the rear channels any day :)


I'm not a fan of craning my neck to watch the tv :thumbsup:
#25
Bossworld
I'm not a fan of craning my neck to watch the tv :thumbsup:


Odd that, didnt know you mounted a TV towards the ceiling.
#26
doth2009
stupid question - is this only compatible with panasonic tv's? i have a samsung 40" .. would i be able to connect it via hdmi? thanks!


the viera link part might not work but everything else will.
#27
looks good. i have always been disappointed with 5.1 sound. not worth all the messy cables etc.
#28
pointless argument, I know - but @twist, a lot of people have things that they may want to put in this (I don't know - dvd players, satellite receivers, consoles, maybe the amp to drive the small satelite speakers?) these already take up the 'crowded floor space' so you're not losing anything.

Agree with the 'crane neck' thing though. Almost every telly I've seen wall mounted has been at least 1ft above comfortable viewing height from a sofa (includes those decorating tv shows and even paint brochures). You've got the whole wall to choose from!!!!
#29
Can't remember who asked if anyone owns one - my sister does and it's impressive.
#30
twist
In your opinion. Gets done safely everyday. Even if theres nothing behind the plasterboard its easy to do. Do you realise how much a large radiator full of water weighs?

Elec or piping, you can move the TV slightly up or down / side to side to compensate, the brackets screws dont take up the entire area of the wall.

Anyway, pointless. Enjoy your crowded floorspace further :thumbsup:


The dig at the end was unnecessary if directed solely at me. Mine's mounted - adjust.

Okay, let me put it this way. I had to either relocate the set or have it too high or too low.

Again, why does it matter?
#31
More heat in the discussions than the deal!
This is an awesome hot deal! Lets not forget this is £80 for a home cinema cabinet made by one of the leading manufactures.
Consumers will have a reason or preferance over either option. "Each to their own?"
If I hadn't bought a solid oak unit (which was MY prefered choice for MY house) I would have been chuffed to get this for £80 for my Panny
#32
ScottyMelotty
More heat in the discussions than the deal!
This is an awesome hot deal! Lets not forget this is £80 for a home cinema cabinet made by one of the leading manufactures.
Consumers will have a reason or preferance over either option. "Each to their own?"
If I hadn't bought a solid oak unit (which was MY prefered choice for MY house) I would have been chuffed to get this for £80 for my Panny


Well Said, I have been looking for one of these to go with my new Panasonic and this is a great deal IMHO :thumbsup:
#33
can you add 2 rear speakers to this to get 5.1 surround sound?
#34
if anyone hears of any stock on Merseyside please post here :)
#35
no stock left at all in uk
#36
MadeDixonsCry
no stock left at all in uk


ok thanks for the update.
#37
went in to get one it was damaged and totally not working but did get an lg 5.1 for £50 so not complaining
#38
tapi
pointless argument, I know - but @twist, a lot of people have things that they may want to put in this (I don't know - dvd players, satellite receivers, consoles, maybe the amp to drive the small satelite speakers?) these already take up the 'crowded floor space' so you're not losing anything.

Agree with the 'crane neck' thing though. Almost every telly I've seen wall mounted has been at least 1ft above comfortable viewing height from a sofa (includes those decorating tv shows and even paint brochures). You've got the whole wall to choose from!!!!


Or get a small AV cabinet for them to go on the other side of the room or even in a different room, or as before, floating shelves. As said before good deal, just defeats the object of a wallmountable TV IMO.

A wallmounted TV for all those that dont know should be mounted so your eye at sitting level is in the center of the screen ish, usually around 1.1m to 1.3m above the ground. People usually mount these for aesthetics like a picture or above a fireplace. Really dumb as then you 'crane neck' and usually have to redo all the work after a few months of stiff neck.

The discussion isnt really pointless, its points for a cabinet and against it, so people can decide before purchasing after seeing a different point of view. But then again its a discussion forum so all we should say is "hot" or "cold.
#39
twist
Or get a small AV cabinet for them to go on the other side of the room or even in a different room, or as before, floating shelves. As said before good deal, just defeats the object of a wallmountable TV IMO.

A wallmounted TV for all those that dont know should be mounted so your eye at sitting level is in the center of the screen ish, usually around 1.1m to 1.3m above the ground. People usually mount these for aesthetics like a picture or above a fireplace. Really dumb as then you 'crane neck' and usually have to redo all the work after a few months of stiff neck.

The discussion isnt really pointless, its points for a cabinet and against it, so people can decide before purchasing after seeing a different point of view. But then again its a discussion forum so all we should say is "hot" or "cold.


in theory yes but looks totally daft - well would in my front room anyway
#40
And this is what I mean by floating shelves, very poor picture but it gives you an idea (this is not my house). Looks better on a completely flat wall from corner to corner. I know everyone has a different look in their homes, I just prefer clean lines.

http://www.hdcablesandmounts.com/images/shelf.jpg

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