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Nothing short of breathtaking, the HT-C350/XEU boasts 5.1 channel surround sound and a 1000W high power output.
It can convert the resolution of ordinary DVDs to 1080p/1080i/720p High Definition - so you can experience video and audio quality you didn't think was possible before!
The USB Host Play function enables various multimedia files to be played without a PC, including DivX, MP3, WMA, and JPEGs - plus you can add portable digital devices without software for instant entertainment.
HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) transfers video data from the home theatre to your TV at the highest quality. The 100% digital-to-digital connection supports HD video - for the ultimate home entertainment experience.
Access and connection are easy too, thanks to wireless Bluetooth technology and Samsung's Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC). This lets you control all your HDMI-CEC-compatible AV products with a single remote, while one line of HDMI cable makes installation and the quality superb.
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#1
1000W high power output


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#3
was this no £100 b4
banned#4
Anyone know if this has optical?
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ODB_69
Anyone know if this has optical?


Give a man a fish and he'll eat for a day teach a man to fish and he'll eat for a lifetime'


1. Go to Deal
2. Technical Specifications
3. Show more product details.
4. ?????
5. Profit

:)
#6
just had a look at the technical info.....seems its only 330w?
#7
Looking to get a half decent 5.1 system for around this price but I dont use dvds much now. What do people think of this as an amp 5.1 package? Would it work with a computer? blurary player? 3D compatible? Xbox 360/Wii? I have dvi and hdmi outs and optical sound out on PC. Cheers.
#8
kainekainekaine
Looking to get a half decent 5.1 system for around this price but I dont use dvds much now. What do people think of this as an amp 5.1 package? Would it work with a computer? blurary player? 3D compatible? Xbox 360/Wii? I have dvi and hdmi outs and optical sound out on PC. Cheers.


half decent for around this price?!?! good luck!! This is the most basic of basic packages. It does have a single optical connection so you could connect your PS3 or 360 which isnt bad for a system of this price.

It lists 1 hdmi connection which I am going to guess is a hdmi output, so unless your bluray has an optical output then no it wont support a bluray player.

if you are looking for a 'half decent' 5.1 system I would recommend start looking at triple this price point (especially if you want 3D pass through) and get a AV receiver and speakers. No home cinema system where the dvd player acts as the amp will have enough inputs for a bluray player, xbox, wii and pc without having to swap wires over.
#9
it converts DVDs to 1080P so you can experience audio quality you didn't think was possible before!

What else do you need ?
#10
I have one and it is great for a basic package but don't expect too much. It is not near 1000w as they are talking about when you add all the speakers up plus other things if connected but it is still very loud if needed. I have it hooked upto a Samsung 7 series through HDMII/optical and use my laptop to play Blue Rays but to be honest i nearly always use the USB connection (I am sure you know why).

It is a good little package but not for a big room just small lounge or bedroom.
#11
ive got this also, paid the same price a few weeks ago, its a good system, does the trick, would be nice to be a little louder but i think they neighbours would disagree!
i had to buy a audio cable to conect it to tv, but it also can connect to tv via hdmi which ill be investing in a didgital cable shortly.
i dont have playstations or xboxes so i dont need the HDMI for them
#12
People really shouldn't get too hung up on the number of watts quoted. I have a high end British stereo amp that is rated 70 watts which would blow any of this type of gear away, yet it is rated as 70 watts. If you want to know how something performs, go and listen to it. It still amazes me that people buy audio equipment without doing so.
#13
spock1958
People really shouldn't get too hung up on the number of watts quoted. I have a high end British stereo amp that is rated 70 watts which would blow any of this type of gear away, yet it is rated as 70 watts. If you want to know how something performs, go and listen to it. It still amazes me that people buy audio equipment without doing so.



^^^ Exactly this. I do have to lol when I hear or see 1000w RMS etc etc. It's a big con. In short:

http://www.hifi-writer.com/he/misc/rmspower.htm

There are much more in depth reasonings if you fancy some bedtime reading.


I have a pair of near 15 year old Arcam alpha 8 amps rated at 50W output each which are bi-amping a set of B&W CM9's. It's when you're sampling proper audio equipment that you realise claimed stated power ratings are totally irrelevant. Try to imagine those Samsung speakers coping with 100 "real" watts being put through them!

Edited By: BritishDragon on Feb 13, 2011 08:24
#14
I have the Samsung 3D dvd player already & a series 7 3d TV. I just want a basic amp & speakers. Any idea's of how to get the amp & speakers only for my set up. The TV does have optical out.
#15
Personally, I would rather have sound from the TV and keep £100 in my pocket. Sorry but this isn't even basic, it is pure mickey mouse and a waste of money.

I haven't voted either way as it might well be cheapest around but honestly, if you want surround sound you have to be looking at better than this.
#16
can anyone suggest a setup that i can connect the following equipment: ps3,xbox sky HD+.
my budget is maximum £200 but ideally below £150.

i want to buy one soon, im awaiting delivery for lg 50pk350 so
#17
I really think you need wireless speakers, at least for the rear ones or it will make your room very untidy... maybe its just me
#18
chrisredmayne
I really think you need wireless speakers, at least for the rear ones or it will make your room very untidy... maybe its just me


wireless you still need power source, so unless you got socket located next to the speakers its not really worth it.

if and when i buy a system, i will route the cabling along coving in the room.
#19
littlejoe44uk
just had a look at the technical info.....seems its only 330w?


1000W will be their endearing figure for Peak Music Power Output, called PMPO or not quoted, because it's not important to quality.
330W RMS is a more realistic sustained power rating, but unless they also state the frequency range and distortion, this could be a raging wall of noise instead of your film sound track.
Divide the 330 by 6 for argument sake, and you have 55W per speaker. This might be enough for you, but even small hifi speakers I've bought are 100W RMS at 20-20kHz.

Edited By: Pugwash69 on Feb 13, 2011 10:05
#20
chrisredmayne
I really think you need wireless speakers, at least for the rear ones or it will make your room very untidy... maybe its just me


All our cables run underneath our wood floors so no messy cables!
#21
dh058977
chrisredmayne
I really think you need wireless speakers, at least for the rear ones or it will make your room very untidy... maybe its just me


All our cables run underneath our wood floors so no messy cables!


lol, what if one of the cables gets damaged, you will have to pull all the floor up.

if only there were less cables, my sky hd box has 4/5 cables connected alone, and then theres the ps3 and xbox.
#22
kaisar
can anyone suggest a setup that i can connect the following equipment: ps3,xbox sky HD+. my budget is maximum £200 but ideally below £150.i want to buy one soon, im awaiting delivery for lg 50pk350 so
Join a forum like avforums and keep an eye out on the 2nd hand equipment that folk sell over there. Honestly, some of it is like new, often still under warranty and a 99% of what you can pick up over there would blow this one out of the water (this one being the Samsung HT-C350/XEU).

I think you would be pushing to find a complete set-up for £150 I would suggest a receiver and a front pair of speakers giving you stereo. Then when funds improve add a center, set of rears and a base giving you 5.1. be careful though, going through the classifieds at AV forums is addictive and it has cost me a small fortune !!

Edited By: ristac on Feb 13, 2011 10:48
#23
kaisar
dh058977
chrisredmayne
I really think you need wireless speakers, at least for the rear ones or it will make your room very untidy... maybe its just me


All our cables run underneath our wood floors so no messy cables!


lol, what if one of the cables gets damaged, you will have to pull all the floor up.


Double lol. What are you talking about? You just tie a piece of string and use it as a fish wire so you can just replace the cable! I doubt you'd make a good electrician :-/

All of my wiring goes under the floor boards and I will never need to go under there again even for more wiring since I have also laid a pieces of string from the corner of the room where the amp is, to each of the 'up' locations around the room.
#24
BritishDragon
kaisar
dh058977
chrisredmayne
I really think you need wireless speakers, at least for the rear ones or it will make your room very untidy... maybe its just me


All our cables run underneath our wood floors so no messy cables!


lol, what if one of the cables gets damaged, you will have to pull all the floor up.


Double lol. What are you talking about? You just tie a piece of string and use it as a fish wire so you can just replace the cable! I doubt you'd make a good electrician :-/

All of my wiring goes under the floor boards and I will never need to go under there again even for more wiring since I have also laid a pieces of string from the corner of the room where the amp is, to each of the 'up' locations around the room.


lol im got level 2 nvq/c&g electrical installation qualification. lmao

u will still damage the underlay. plus its not viable for me, my laminates already layed down. in hindsight should have thought ahead aand placed some cables underneath

Edited By: kaisar on Feb 13, 2011 11:05
#25
kaisar
lol im got level 2 nvq/c&g electrical installation qualification. lmao


That's ironic lmao given that you'd consider going under the boards to replace an existing wire than runs under boards :-/


u will still damage the underlay


No I won't. You're assuming.

My underlay is stuck to the carpet. There are no grippers. It comes up as one complete package. I just raise it to drill the boards and go under the floorboards to feed the wiring up. As mentioned, I have take steps to ensure I don't need to under any more.

Edited By: BritishDragon on Feb 13, 2011 11:09
#26
BritishDragon
kaisar
lol im got level 2 nvq/c&g electrical installation qualification. lmao


That's ironic lmao given that you'd consider going under the boards to replace an existing wire than runs under boards :-/


u will still damage the underlay


No I won't. You're assuming.

My underlay is stuck to the carpet. There are no grippers. It comes up as one complete package. I just raise it to drill the boards and go under the floorboards to feed the wiring up. As mentioned, I have take steps to ensure I don't need to under any more.


lol. i only gave it a thought once you mention it. my living room has concrete underneath then underlay and finally laminate. i possibly could possibly do exactly what you done in my games room which has floor boards.

i personally would not do that.alot less hassle to just route it along the coving. less mess and less nagging from family
#27
Would this work with my ps3 slim?
#28
Ben3110
Would this work with my ps3 slim?


yes, but it has limited outputs. if you had xbox you would need to keep swapping cables
#30
Ben3110
Would this work with my ps3 slim?

Yes, hardware not important, wires can be fed through under the floorboards whatever kit you're using. Hope this helps.
#31
Nothing short of breathtaking, and a 1000W high power output !?!?!?!

Really! funiest thing I've heard today. Even the comet website claims a more plausible 300watts RMS.

Unless you have only ever listened to films through your tv or you are deaf in one ear I think you are going to be dispointed with this.
#32
kaisar
BritishDragon
kaisar
dh058977
chrisredmayne
I really think you need wireless speakers, at least for the rear ones or it will make your room very untidy... maybe its just me


All our cables run underneath our wood floors so no messy cables!


lol, what if one of the cables gets damaged, you will have to pull all the floor up.


Double lol. What are you talking about? You just tie a piece of string and use it as a fish wire so you can just replace the cable! I doubt you'd make a good electrician :-/

All of my wiring goes under the floor boards and I will never need to go under there again even for more wiring since I have also laid a pieces of string from the corner of the room where the amp is, to each of the 'up' locations around the room.


lol im got level 2 nvq/c&g electrical installation qualification. lmao

u will still damage the underlay. plus its not viable for me, my laminates already layed down. in hindsight should have thought ahead aand placed some cables underneath

Level 2 NVQ. I was always under the impression that L2 NVQ was an indication that the holder could both read AND write. Now I'm not too sure even of that.
#34
spock1958
kaisar
BritishDragon
kaisar
dh058977
chrisredmayne
I really think you need wireless speakers, at least for the rear ones or it will make your room very untidy... maybe its just me


All our cables run underneath our wood floors so no messy cables!


lol, what if one of the cables gets damaged, you will have to pull all the floor up.


Double lol. What are you talking about? You just tie a piece of string and use it as a fish wire so you can just replace the cable! I doubt you'd make a good electrician :-/

All of my wiring goes under the floor boards and I will never need to go under there again even for more wiring since I have also laid a pieces of string from the corner of the room where the amp is, to each of the 'up' locations around the room.


lol im got level 2 nvq/c&g electrical installation qualification. lmao

u will still damage the underlay. plus its not viable for me, my laminates already layed down. in hindsight should have thought ahead aand placed some cables underneath

Level 2 NVQ. I was always under the impression that L2 NVQ was an indication that the holder could both read AND write. Now I'm not too sure even of that.


lol, it was 2 years back, extremely easy course. the first years basically health and safety with the odd few basic equations and a bit of practical work. level 3 is when you actually learn something but i quit as i needed an apprenticeship to get the nvq qualification.

if only i carried on, i wouldnt be here looking at hotukdeals 24/7 trying to find bargains, wouldnt need to look for bargains if i had a ****ing job
#35
A good deal, and although it only has 1 fibre optic input, most modern LCD / Plasma / LED TV's have an optical OUT, which you can then connect to this kit.

This would allow you connect your sky, ps3, blueray etc whatever into your TV, and the sound would be routed through the TV to the samsung surround..

This is by far the easiest way to connect up your kit, saves running different cables from devices to tv, amps etc.

For £100, this has to be worth considering.
#36
dated.
#37
it says it doesn't have phono-in on the spec is that right? I want to be able to connect my PC, TV & PS3 up to it?
#38
I bought this to only use the DVD player and connected to my better free-standing Samsung speakers because the connections are the same (and my other DVD player blew up).
It's a decent thing for the price and the sound and picture are good.

FAO ANYONE WHO OWNS ONE OF THESE ALREADY...

The strange thing is that despite the many buttons on the remote, there is not one that will send the DVD back to disc/title menu while it's playing the film. i.e. I can't come out of the film half way through to the DVD menu to access the special feature- I'd have to turn it off and on again.
Has anyone else had this problem?!
#39
I got one of these sets through my work for the Bargain price of £85 about 2 months ago, it usually retails there at about £200 and i've seen it for even more. It's a fantastic system it really is, with amazing sound quality (use the Matrix "anything to declare" test and see for yourself)
Lots of you might be thinking "yeah but it's not blu-ray so what's the point i should upgrade properly" personally i dont think there is enough of a quality improvement with blu-ray (and yes i do have a high end 1080p telly) and the DVD upscaling here gives enough of an improvement to invalidate blu-ray in my eyes and as an added bonus it has an optical sound input anyway so i could always play blu-ray content from my PS3 through it, what's not to love!
banned#40
With premium picture quality and spectacular surround sound this Samsung HT-C350 DVD home cinema system with HDMI and 1080p HDMI upscaling, plus USB connection for instant playback of your home videos and photos.

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