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Pioneer DCS-370 - 5.1-Channel Home Cinema System - £215.00 with free delivery!

£215.00 @ RGB Direct
First post - be nice! I have been looking for a new cinema system and saw this in Currys for £280! Sounds good, looks nice and gets decent reviews (http://www.trustedreviews.com/home-cinema/revi… Read More
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9y, 6m agoFound 9 years, 6 months ago
First post - be nice!

I have been looking for a new cinema system and saw this in Currys for £280!

Sounds good, looks nice and gets decent reviews (http://www.trustedreviews.com/home-cinema/review/2007/12/24/Pioneer-DCS-370-5-1-Channel-Home-Cinema-System/p1)

Found it at RGB Direct for a bargain £215 with free delivery!
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#1
ive got this system when then had a nice misprint for £135 inc delivery should have been £370, its a fab system
banned#2
May I add this is multi-region.

The next cheapest is £219
#3
its a shame really as a gd price, but has no optical inputs, so u no 5.1 if u connect a ps3,360 sky HD etc
#4
plus it only upscales to 1080i
the panasonic scpt 850 or scpt550 cost roughly the same (the 850 is £280 ish) upscales to 1080p and has one optical input
Ive got my eye on a good all in one system so if anyone can point me in the right direction for a good and modestly priced one im all ears!
#5
i went for the sony hts1100 surround (£180-£220) and the samsung HD870 dvd player, for surround sound also look at the DDW790 on pixmania for £160 + p&p
#6
miserablemiser You need to spend around £300 for 1080p and optical input:
http://www.rgbdirect.co.uk/ProductDetails.asp?SKUNumber=105066

The Pioneer DCS-370 is a respectable all-in-one for the bedroom or light use in the living room.
#7
yeah im on hunt for a system, was tempted by the sony htsf1100 at round £250, but the new all singing and dancing sony htsf2000( £319) is about to hit our shores, so am keeping hold of me money until then:thumbsup:
although another gd package for round £200 is the yamaha av61, but u need to add a dvd player
#8
Just posted a Sony DVD system that has all the things you are griping about HDMI & Optical In
banned#9
miserablemiser
plus it only upscales to 1080i
the panasonic scpt 850 or scpt550 cost roughly the same (the 850 is £280 ish) upscales to 1080p and has one optical input
Ive got my eye on a good all in one system so if anyone can point me in the right direction for a good and modestly priced one im all ears!


If you are prepared to spend £487, then this is the dog's PANASONIC SC-PTX7 Home Cinema System from Pixmania for £498. Use code priceuk070902 for £11 discount.

Thanks to its Twin Center function, you'll believe the sound is coming directly out of the SC-PTX7’s screen! Based around a 2.1 sound system, the Panasonic SC-PTX7 comes with an 80 GB hard drive, so you can record approximately 40,000 songs to build up your own JukeBox, and audio DTS, Dolby Digital and Pro Logic II decoders for pure sound, whatever your music style. It also plays your DVDs and DivX films, and has a 1080p up-conversion function that converts standard-definition images from DVD sources to high-definition images, producing vivid, sharp and exceptionally detailed results. You can even connect your MP3 player to it and enjoy your music via its USB port. Get ready for a unique sound experience with the SC-PTX7 Home Cinema System!




Content Type Home Cinema System with 80 GB JukeBox recorder
Amplifier 300 W RMS
Sound decoders Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic II and Dolby Virtual Speaker, DTS decoders
CD player Yes
DVD player Yes
Compatible CD-R/RW Yes
MP3 player Yes
Other read media DVD-Audio, DVD-Video, DVD-RAM/-RW/-R/-R (DL), +R/ -R (DL)/ +RW, SVCD, Video CD, HighMAT (Level 2), WMA, JPEG, MPEG4, DivX6
Remote Yes
Number of speakers 2
Subwoofer Yes
Power RMS front power: 50W x 2 (1kHz, 8 ohms, 10% THD)
RMS central power: 50W x 2 (1kHz, 8 ohms, 10% THD)
RMS subwoofer power: 100W (100Hz, 4 ohms, 10% THD)
DIN total power: 210W
DIN front power: 35W x 2 (1kHz, 8 ohms, 1% THD)
DIN central power: 35W x 2 (1kHz, 8 ohms, 1% THD)
DIN subwoofer power: 70W (100Hz, 4 ohms, 1% THD)
A/V features Progressive Scan (PAL/NTSC)
Cinema mode
Dialogue improvement
216 MHz/12-bit D/A video converter
Inputs Optical digital input
Audio input
Outputs Component video output
S-video output
Optical digital output
HDMI output
Included accessories Remote control
Manual Information available soon
Size (mm) 360 x 106 x 334 for amplifier
137 x 403 x 437 for subwoofer speaker
106 x 228 x 131 for central speaker
Weight (g) Amplifier: 4,700
Subwoofer: 5,300
Central speaker: 1,400
Other USB port
Ethernet LAN Terminal port
Music port
Dock connector for iPod
80 GB JukeBox hard drive
Bluetooth
Downloadable manual (1 download available in a language of your choice after purchase ): English
banned#10
No Optical In
#11
azstar - your right - and for the bedroom or light use in the living room im not knocking this - i think its great - you can get the Panasonic scpt550 for around £250 and that one gets good reviews it has 1080p and optical in.
its just mind boggling the amount of different specs and features and different combinations for all in one/seperates there is out there- im just in the process of going through the maze to get something thats cheap around £300 and something that will accompany my Panasonic TH42PZ70
#13
http://www.rgbdirect.co.uk/Pioneer/big/105402.jpg

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