Philips HTS3510 5.1 Surround and HDMI Upscaling DVD Player £79.95 @ RicherSounds - HotUKDeals
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Like nearly all one-box home cinema systems, the Philips HTS3510 comes with a separate subwoofer for added impact. Unlike others, however, the satellite speakers have also been designed to produce a powerful sound. Thanks to the fitment of 'basspipes' the HtS3510's speakers can handle a wide range of sounds without sounding tinny and relying too much on the subwoofer. Powering these impressive speakers is a well-matched, 300 watt, digital amplifier. As well as keeping the packaging compact, the digital amplifier also keeps tight control on the sound and helps give the Philips its wrap-around sound staging.

Built into the main unit is a DVD player with upscaling to 1080p. Combined with an HDMI output, this gives you the best picture quality possible from your DVDs. As a further bonus, the player will also play CDs, VCDs and DivX encoded discs. Making the Philips HTS-3510 even more flexible is a USB socket. Connect up a USB flash drive or media device and you can view photos and videos on your TV.

Coming complete with an AUX input and built-in tuner you can use the Philips HTS3510 as your main music system. There are also a full range of equaliser settings from Classic to Rock that allow you to tailor the sound to exactly how you want it.

For a fantastic value home cinema on-box system with way better sound than most, the Philips HTS3510 deserves your attention.
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#1
can you hook a PS3 into this? I am really behind in knowledge of one box home cinema systems
#2
Sorry for a late reply yes you can for audio via the aux port.
#3
but if you hook it up via the aux it will be stereo not 5.1

you need an optical input (or even better hdmi input) for the surround sound.
#4
Is this multi region? or does anyone know if can easily be made to be multiregion?
#5
Can I connect SKY+ HD to it ?
#6
IceMan33
but if you hook it up via the aux it will be stereo not 5.1

you need an optical input (or even better hdmi input) for the surround sound.

meetmax
Can I connect SKY+ HD to it ?


no optical in on this... or it would be mega bargain.
hard to find a cheap one that does.
#7
balluji
IceMan33
but if you hook it up via the aux it will be stereo not 5.1

you need an optical input (or even better hdmi input) for the surround sound.
meetmax
Can I connect SKY+ HD to it ?

no optical in on this... or it would be mega bargain.
hard to find a cheap one that does.

Look for one of these, LG ht 805sh. Normally around the £120 mark. Optical in and sounds cracking with a PS3.
#8
cheapest optical was the lg one at dixons for £99 , this is nothing special well for me anyway

Edited By: yaboy on Dec 22, 2010 18:53: spelling
#9
Everybody thinking about buying this - don't. Sound is rubbish and you can't run anything else through the 5.1 surround.

There is no short-cut to decent home-cinema.
#10
I bought this today on a whim but I've already decided to return it. The speakers only work with dvds so it's useless for tv/ps2/xbox. I wouldn't mind so much if I could use the USB port but it doesn't seem to recognise my larger drives.

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