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Philips "HTS3367" DVD Home Theatre Kit
600 watt DVD home theatre kit - a great price from an award-winning brand
Hi-speed USB 2.0 link plays media from USB flash drives.
12-bit/108Mhz video processing for sharp, natural images.
HDMI socket.
SCART socket.
DVD, DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW,DIVX, MP3, JPEG Formats.
DTS, Dolby Digital and Pro Logic 11 surround sound.
HDMI 1080p upscales to high definition for sharper pictures.
600 watt total output RMS.
Front speaker: 8 x 4.1 x 2.8in.
Rear speaker: 47.2 x 10.3 x 10.4in.
Centre speaker: 41 x 17.3 x 2.8in.
Subwoofer: 14.3 x 6.4 x 14.6in.
PHILIPS helpline: 0870 900 9070.

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#1
Can my existing Samsung BluRay be wired in through this or any other surround sound?
#2
Dont forget to use 20% of code.
#3
Hi-Speed USB, MP3 Line-in
Rear Connections HDMI output, Composite video (CVBS) output, S-Video out, Component Video output, Digital coaxial in, AUX in, Scart, FM Antenna, Easy-Fit speaker connectors

NO HDMI input
#4
pixmania sa it only has one digitial coaxial input - would that rule out ps3 and sky+ HD ??
if someone can comment on that please
#5
I had this bought for me last year for christmas and it is superb, the sound quality is fantastic and at this price all the more better!! :thumbsup: H&R
1 Like #6
Adam2050
Hi-Speed USB, MP3 Line-in
Rear Connections HDMI output, Composite video (CVBS) output, S-Video out, Component Video output, Digital coaxial in, AUX in, Scart, FM Antenna, Easy-Fit speaker connectors

NO HDMI input


miserablemiser
pixmania sa it only has one digitial coaxial input - would that rule out ps3 and sky+ HD ??
if someone can comment on that please


if you want to hook up sky box 360 or psr or even a blu ray player for dolby digital 5.1 surround sound you can to the digital coaxial socket using an optical to coaxial converter available here: http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=29293 for 14.99 or ebay for even less, if you need to connect more than one optical device then an optical switchbox is available here http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=35241 for 12.99 or again even less on ebay......it is quite common for surround sound systems to get voted cold on here because they lack optical connections, i hope my post helps those with optical devices take advantage of some of these deals.
2 Likes #7
I have this and it's fantastic. I have my Sky running through it but my play station is only connected up to the TV.
#8
#9
This is a really good system. My daughter has one and I've now ordered another one for my other daughter for christmas as she's always using her sisters when she's out:oops:

Sound is excellent quality. Only problem now is that they will be competing with each other :giggle:
1 Like #10
For those concerned about connectivity, here's a diagram of the back.....

http://i125.photobucket.com/albums/p44/cutthroat_jake/Philips.jpg

Also, the full manual can be found here.

:pirate: CJ :pirate:
1 Like #11
Looks good value for the money, however if anyone wants more out of it options are limited, only has one digital input that being coaxial so connection from the Xbox 360 or PS3 would require an optical to digital coaxial converter.

Also the speakers use a proprietary connector, so upgrade would be difficult.

Its fair for the money, but limited, those wanting more options would be advised spending more.

When you consider a optical to digital coaxial converter would cost you £20, then really for £60 more you could be having a much better rig.....

http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=YAMA-NSP110

http://www.richersounds.com/common/productpictures/303003.jpg

http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=YAMA-RXV361

http://www.richersounds.com/common/productpictures/303963.jpg

http://www.superfi.co.uk/images/rxv361-rear-uk.jpg
#12
cicobuff


Onviously if we are asking questions it is because we don't know...and if we don't know the basics then we are unlikely to understand a jargon filled nerd fest of a document. I asked because members are usally kind enough to explain in a language that I understand.
#13
diabeticguy
Onviously if we are asking questions it is because we don't know...and if we don't know the basics then we are unlikely to understand a jargon filled nerd fest of a document. I asked because members are usally kind enough to explain in a language that I understand.



Doesn't the user manual help? If not then you would do better not buying at all. I was actually being helpful by providing a link to the user manual. If you don't know how to google the product or check the Philips website or read the user manual then well....

Knowledge on anything can be acquired.
1 Like #14
cicobuff
Looks good value for the money, however if anyone wants more out of it options are limited, only has one digital input that being coaxial so connection from the Xbox 360 or PS3 would require an optical to digital coaxial converter.

Also the speakers use a proprietary connector, so upgrade would be difficult.

Its fair for the money, but limited, those wanting more options would be advised spending more.

When you consider a optical to digital coaxial converter would cost you £20, then really for £60 more you could be having a much better rig.....

http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=YAMA-NSP110

http://www.richersounds.com/common/productpictures/303003.jpg

http://www.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=YAMA-RXV361

http://www.richersounds.com/common/productpictures/303963.jpg

http://www.superfi.co.uk/images/rxv361-rear-uk.jpg


Thats all well and good, however look at the size of that thing, I personally wouldnt want that monstrosety at the side of my telly, the speakers dont look too good either besides which if the Yam is such a good deal for your £60 more then why havent you posted it?
Also is that a dvd player missing? so you would have the additional cost of a dvd player and another piece of equipment to hook up whereby the Philips does it in one!
1 Like #15
cicobuff
Doesn't the user manual help? If not then you would do better not buying at all. I was actually being helpful by providing a link to the user manual. If you don't know how to google the product or check the Philips website or read the user manual then well....

Knowledge on anything can be acquired.


I don't fully understand how the internal combustion engine works so I guess I'm gonna have to sell my car.

I find this site helpful
:whistling::roll:
1 Like #16
scottydont
I personally wouldnt want that monstrosety at the side of my telly


That's coz you've got a tiny TV. It's all relative you know :thumbsup:
#17
scottydont
Thats all well and good, however look at the size of that thing, I personally wouldnt want that monstrosety at the side of my telly, the speakers dont look too good either besides which if the Yam is such a good deal for your £60 more then why havent you posted it?
Also is that a dvd player missing? so you would have the additional cost of a dvd player and another piece of equipment to hook up whereby the Philips does it in one!


You clearly are missing the point, I am referring to those that want more out of this than a dvd player with 5.1 speakers. Which is in answer to those wondering what sort of connections actually are on the back of this Philips unit, which are very little....so people reading this thread are considering more out of the Philips unit than perhaps yourself which obviously would see it as a bargain.....

Those that want to connect other devices like a Blu ray player/PS3/Xbox 360 that don't have digital coaxial outputs, that would need to buy a converter to then hook up to this at a 20 quid cost, and don't need a DVD player integrated into a unit, as they already have one, the Xbox 360 as well as PS3 are quite happy at playing DVDs, and if you don't already own a DVD player by now, well, its the 21st Century..Happy Millennium.

I listed that as a slightly more expensive alternative, its not a package bargain is why I have not listed it as a seperate deal....just listing what is available for those that perhaps might want to consider a more upgradeable option than this bargain, and to prove the fact that for a little more money spent you can have something more upgradeable.

I have a "monstrosity" as you so put it in a home cinema receiver UNDERNEATH my tv in a nice IKEA unit with all the wires nicely hidden round the back, with SACD\DVD-A, HDDVD, Satellite, V+, Xbox 360, Wii, Upscaling DVD, CD Player all very nicely connected up.
1 Like #18
publicnme
I don't fully understand how the internal combustion engine works so I guess I'm gonna have to sell my car.

I find this site helpful
:whistling::roll:


:-D

Rep added, that is awesome, made me lol.
1 Like #19
cicobuff
You clearly are missing the point, I am referring to those that want more out of this than a dvd player with 5.1 speakers.

Those that want to connect other devices like a Blu ray player/PS3/Xbox 360 that don't have digital coaxial outputs, that would need to buy a converter to then hook up to this at a 20 quid cost, and don't need a DVD player integrated into a unit, as they already have one.

I listed that as a slightly more expensive alternative, its not a package bargain is why I have not listed it as a seperate deal....just listing what is available for those that perhaps might want to consider a more upgradeable option than this bargain, and to prove the fact that for a little more money spent you can have something more upgradeable.

I have a "monstrosity" as you so put it in a home cinema receiver UNDERNEATH my tv in a nice IKEA unit with all the wires nicely hidden round the back, with SACD\DVD-A, HDDVD, Satellite, V+, Xbox 360, Wii, Upscaling DVD, CD Player all very nicely connected up.


Do you go to 11erife on holiday, anyway all irrelivant as I have a PS360 connected by magic to my 84" tv with 9.1 surround sound upscaling to 50billiion P!!
1 Like #20
scottydont
Do you go to 11erife on holiday, anyway all irrelivant as I have a PS360 connected by magic to my 84" tv with 9.1 surround sound upscaling to 50billiion P!!


Whats your beef ?! :roll: I explain the reasonings then get a childish response, how old are you?
#21
I havent got a beef, however I take on board what you have explained and admittedly if people wanted an option of a kind of similar product but with more connectivity then yes your original comments are helpful. The point that I am getting at is that you have taken the point away from the OP, if someone posts a deal for an Xbox 360 would you post that a Playstation 3 is a better alternative for more money because it has a blueray player built in? :thumbsup:
#22
scottydont
I havent got a beef, however I take on board what you have explained and admittedly if people wanted an option of a kind of similar product but with more connectivity then yes your original comments are helpful. The point that I am getting at is that you have taken the point away from the OP, if someone posts a deal for an Xbox 360 would you post that a Playstation 3 is a better alternative for more money because it has a blueray player built in? :thumbsup:


I havent taken anything away from the OP, I stated that for the money its a good deal and added heat, if you look at the first page there are people asking about the connectivity of this unit, which after posting a link to the manual and reading through the manual I notice is limited....read back through my posts, you may understand things better.

People ask questions in threads, wondering if its the best deal for them, by offering advice whether or not it sways them away from the deal is it of any importance to you if all I am being is helpful?

What if someone actually wanted a blu ray player and didnt know if the Xbox 360 was or wasn't capable of that.....someone replies that they would be better off buying a PS3 as the 360 doesnt support blu ray even with an add on.

Well this deal doesnt support other speakers, and has one coaxial input....oh forget it I am wasting my own time "defending" helping others :roll:
#23
Still a good deal, voted hot!
#24
i connected my sony blu ray via an coaxial cable which wasnt expensive...

sounds great with 5.1 blu rays :)
#25
Personally I would spend an extra £30 and get a Sony dav-dz260 :thumbsup:

This DOES have optical. I have my PS3 and HDTV plugged into it and it sounds awesome :-D
banned#26
Not sure if it's the exact model but Asda have a philips surround sound with USB etc for £78 in store...not sure about online but I only saw it 2 days ago....looks exactly the same
#27
I've just logged in to Bargain crazy and it said the price is £120 . Does anyone see this?
#28
Dont forget 20% off code.
#29
Just about to order a more expensive one but this will fill the little lads needs, saved me £40

Heat & rep added
#30
any chance of getting a AV amp with 2x optical in from somewhere less than £100?
#31
Thank you for the voucher code.

Do you know if one can hook up ipod into this system, too?
#32
excuse me - but where is the voucher code - thanks
#33
KAL_VNTR
excuse me - but where is the voucher code - thanks


In the first line of the first post - the text with the beige background. Not the easiest thing to spot, I grant you. It says
"VOUCHERS: 20% at Bargain Crazy"
#34
Does this play xvid and compressed xvid?
#35
Anyone know if those tall floor standing speakers go at the front of room (ie near tv) or whether they're situated at the back of the room?
#36
Thanks for all the advice.

Is there anyone who can advise as to whether some systems have wireless satellite speakers? I've been looking to buy one of these for some time but there's no chance I'd get away with it unless I can tell the wife there'll be no wires going around to the sides of the sofa. Sorry if this is a dumb question - it's a genuine query!
#37
Picard123
Anyone know if those tall floor standing speakers go at the front of room (ie near tv) or whether they're situated at the back of the room?



manual indicates the tallboys are the 2 rear speakers meant for behind where you sit but obv it will be determined on the shape of your room etc
1 Like #38
mamboboy
Yep, via USB stick is easiest way.

The playback does get choppy during water/wave scenes in moves though, it's very, very strange, but my last DVD player had the same problem too :?


the choppy playback is caused by an incompatibility with a feature of the xvid codec, Global Motion Compensation (GMC) is present in the xvid codec but not in the DIVX codec that most DVD players are built o be compatible with.
#39
Anybody in Eastbourne that wants to come round and help with wiring all my stuff up to the dvd player and telly. As a reward you can buy anything you want with my Poundland store card.
#40
goodshipalbion
the choppy playback is caused by an incompatibility with a feature of the xvid codec, Global Motion Compensation (GMC) is present in the xvid codec but not in the DIVX codec that most DVD players are built o be compatible with.


So is there anything one can do? Does burning the files to a DVD make it better?

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