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Great price for this Samsung 5.1 DVD home cinema system with DTS digital surround sound and HDMI connection.

800 watts total power output (RMS)
200 watts centre speaker power output (RMS)
2x200 watts front speaker power output (RMS)
2x200 watts rear speaker power output (RMS)

Quite a potent system for the price

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#1
also has usb input, optical input, fantastic little system imho
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This is a cracking buy. I have the Samsung HT-TX35R/XEU which is the previous model to this which also has 800watts and I love it. The build quality is excellent and the sound shakes the house. My friend has a Sony surround sound that has 500watts and isn't a patch on the Samsung. Great product, great manufacturer, heat added!:)
#3
Didn't know laskys was still going. last time i saw there name on the high street was 5 to 10 years ago.
#4
Save yourself £20+ and get this bad boy Sony DAV-DZ260

I bought one cheaper from Dixons and linked it up between my Sony 32S3020 and PS3 - sound is awesome.

COD4 through these speakers is amazing.......!!!

:thumbsup:

This is 850 watts as well
#5
could i use this just for the speakers rather then the whole dvd (ie connect direct to my tv or sky box for the footy etc)
#6
Dub1
could i use this just for the speakers rather then the whole dvd (ie connect direct to my tv or sky box for the footy etc)


No, the speakers need an amp
#7
Dub1
could i use this just for the speakers rather then the whole dvd (ie connect direct to my tv or sky box for the footy etc)


Not exactly, you would need to connect the sound from your Sky box to the DVD (which is also an amp). The dvd/amp would then output the sound to the speakers.
#8
Thanks for the reply's any ideas on how i would connect my sky box to this or better still any ideas where i can buy one of these with an amp rather then a dvd
banned#9
Does the Sky box have optical out? If so it's easy, just connect it to the home cinema via a toshlink cable. If there is no optical out then you could use analogue conectors from the sky box to the home CInema.
#10
anyone know where I can get a 'cheap' wireless surround sound system.... i.e. one where the speaker you put behind ya sofa's dont have wires????
#11
Silly question maybe!
But does anyone know if this can be hooked up to the playstation 3 system? And if so what kind of leads would I need? I just don't want to risk spending the cash if I can't set it up to my ps3 and HD tv. Thanks for any help you can offer people. :?
#12
toonarmani
Save yourself £20+ and get this bad boy Sony DAV-DZ260

I bought one cheaper from Dixons and linked it up between my Sony 32S3020 and PS3 - sound is awesome.

COD4 through these speakers is amazing.......!!!

:thumbsup:

This is 850 watts as well


Hello mate. Could you tell me if it's a easy process to hook this system into the tv AND THE PS3?? I only want the surround for my gaming and blu-ray dvd's really. Because my 42inch plasma has rubbish sound lol.
#13
Djnino
Silly question maybe!
But does anyone know if this can be hooked up to the playstation 3 system? And if so what kind of leads would I need? I just don't want to risk spending the cash if I can't set it up to my ps3 and HD tv. Thanks for any help you can offer people. :?


Yeah you can hook this to the PS3. There are a couple of ways. You could put a digital optical cable from the TV to the surround sound so anything played through the tv will play through the surround sound or, if your tv is old and doesn't have an optical port, you can take an optical cable from the surround sound straight to the PS3 as it has an optical slot on the back. Both of these methods will allow your surround sound to output 5.1 dolby on your games. I hope that's not too confusing. Basically you need an optical cable...nothing fancy...just the basic one which you can pick up for a couple of quid. Don't go to currys or anywhere like that or they will insist you have the longest, most expensive, gold plated one for £80...which is just a big con!
#14
Matty 18
Yeah you can hook this to the PS3. There are a couple of ways. You could put a digital optical cable from the TV to the surround sound so anything played through the tv will play through the surround sound or, if your tv is old and doesn't have an optical port, you can take an optical cable from the surround sound straight to the PS3 as it has an optical slot on the back. Both of these methods will allow your surround sound to output 5.1 dolby on your games. I hope that's not too confusing. Basically you need an optical cable...nothing fancy...just the basic one which you can pick up for a couple of quid. Don't go to currys or anywhere like that or they will insist you have the longest, most expensive, gold plated one for £80...which is just a big con!


Thanks Matty, that's a great help.
I've just brought the cinema system as it looks like a hot price and does pretty much everything you need.
I've taken a looky at the back of my tv too and I still have a spare HDMI socket and an Optical output too. So hopefully I won't have too much of a problem lol!!
Just found a gold optical lead for £20. It's probably guff quality, but if it all works well i'll upgrade the cable.
Thanks again for your help mate.
#15
crazygunuk
anyone know where I can get a 'cheap' wireless surround sound system.... i.e. one where the speaker you put behind ya sofa's dont have wires????


the only system i know off is the logitech with rear wireless 5.1 speakers but they dont work that well i heard, i dont think theres a good one out there yet as a working system for us.
#16
Djnino
Thanks Matty, that's a great help.
I've just brought the cinema system as it looks like a hot price and does pretty much everything you need.
I've taken a looky at the back of my tv too and I still have a spare HDMI socket and an Optical output too. So hopefully I won't have too much of a problem lol!!
Just found a gold optical lead for £20. It's probably guff quality, but if it all works well i'll upgrade the cable.
Thanks again for your help mate.


No problem, glad I could help. As for the £20 optical lead I really wouldn't bother. All optical leads are the same quality because they are digital...it's the same with hdmi leads too. I have a cheap and chearful £3 optical lead in my surround and it sounds fantastic. So just go on ebay and get one off there. Just a normal, cheap one will be the same as an expensive one. I would gladly recommend an expensive one if they were much better, but they just aren't..it's a bit of a con. So, save yourself £17 and spend it on the mrs so she doesn't get too cheesed off when you've got Call of Duty 4 shaking the house to bits. haha.
#17
Djnino
Silly question maybe!
But does anyone know if this can be hooked up to the playstation 3 system? And if so what kind of leads would I need? I just don't want to risk spending the cash if I can't set it up to my ps3 and HD tv. Thanks for any help you can offer people. :?


i have my ps3 hooked up to it via optical, fantastic

sky & virgin cable can be done via the red & white phono
#18
Hi guys, couple of questions

If i can attach a usb drive could i play movies like i do with my current philips 5960 (which plays pretty much everything i throw at it)?

And could i connect my Wii to it as well?

Cheers
#19
yes you can connect a usb drive via the port at the front, (like i do)

connect your wii for audio? you could use the red white yellow, red & white to the unit, yellow to your tv. alternatively surely the wii has an optical output?
#20
raveydaveygravey
yes you can connect a usb drive via the port at the front, (like i do)

connect your wii for audio? you could use the red white yellow, red & white to the unit, yellow to your tv. alternatively surely the wii has an optical output?


The wii doesn't have an optical out so you are correct in saying you need to use the red and white connectors into the surround sound unit (the red/white/yellow cables peel away from each other if you pull them gently so the yellow connector can still reach to your tv)
Then to improve your sound the wii can ouput a Dolby Pro Logic II signal to enable this do the following:
# Access the Wii System Settings .
# Choose "Sound" on System Settings 1 to display the three available options.
# Point at the desired option and press the A Button. (Surround is the one you need)
#Confirm the setting is as desired by moving the cursor over the "Confirm" button on the bottom right corner and pressing the A Button.

:)
banned#21
wewontgetfooleda
the only system i know off is the logitech with rear wireless 5.1 speakers but they dont work that well i heard, i dont think theres a good one out there yet as a working system for us.

wireless systems are currently useless, **** connectivity, terrible drain on power, hugely expensive
#22
Ive got a Samsung SWA4000 Wireless Home Cinema System Adapter, with my surround set up and its really good although technically there is still wires they dont need to come from the front of the room to the back. Although I not to sure if it is compatable with this system.

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