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Curtis 5.1 Channel Home Theatre System £31.93 Delivered @ The Hut
Curtis 5.1 Channel Home Theatre System £31.93 Delivered @ The Hut

Curtis 5.1 Channel Home Theatre System £31.93 Delivered @ The Hut

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Features:

* Playable media formats: DVD, CD, MP3, JPEG, DVD-R,
DVD + R, DVD-RW, DVD + RW, CD-R, CD-RW, Kodak
Picture CD

* Connections DVD player: 1 x 5.1 Output (RCA). 1 x
component video output, 1 x Composite video output, 1 x
S-video output, 1 x coaxial audio output, 1 x stereo
audio output, 1 x SCART output
* Connections Subwoofer: 1 x 5.1-in (RCA), 5 x RCA output
to connect the surround speakers
* Connections closed: rear integrated RCA cables
* Convenient operation via remote control, valve and OSD
* Supported picture formats: 16:9, 4:3 (Panscan and
letterbox)
* Supported Surround Sound Systems: Dolby, DTS
* Subwoofer power: 15W RMS
* Modes Subwoofer: 2.1/5.1 (Switchable)
* Zoom:
* Slow motion feature:
* Angle function:
* Repeat Function
* AB-sequence repeat
* Mute
* Supported image systems: PAL, NTSC
* Various picture and sound settings
* Screensavers
* Power Subwoofer: 230V, 50Hz
* Parental
* Power DVD Player: 110 - 240V, 50/60Hz

13 Comments

Is this any good?

coleborn

Is this any good?



Okay suppose for the price. 15watt for the sub only though.

15 watts is fine for a terraced house otherwise you'll end up with the neighbours complaining to the council and getting a noise order against you. Even though I love a cracking system with plenty of power, unless you live in a farmhouse, I think the days of high output stereos are pointless and not far of being unacceptable in a residential area as you can never enjoy their full benefits without upsetting someone. That's my thoughts anyway

i want this:)

Is it possible to hook this up to my sky HD box to get surround sound from that as well as from dvd's etc? And if so, what would I need please?

anyone know if this works with an xbox?

15 watts is absolutely awful, your ears will disown you. Never buy all in one systems like this, a separate receiver is a must, regardless of the size of your house.

More power doesn't just mean it will be louder.

r simsini

15 watts is absolutely awful, your ears will disown you. Never buy all in … 15 watts is absolutely awful, your ears will disown you. Never buy all in one systems like this, a separate receiver is a must, regardless of the size of your house.More power doesn't just mean it will be louder.



I agree that this system is next to useless, however I do disagree with your comment that all in one systems are no good. Pioneer and Onkyo to name 2 have some outstanding units for the price. Not everyone wants / or has the space for a muckle seperate amp.

can you recommend an all in one system on a budget please? Would like to improve the sound of my bluray and sky HD put keep it to a lowish price. not after something that would blow my eardrums out, just something that improves on the speakers in my Panny

featherhall

I agree that this system is next to useless, however I do disagree with … I agree that this system is next to useless, however I do disagree with your comment that all in one systems are no good. Pioneer and Onkyo to name 2 have some outstanding units for the price. Not everyone wants / or has the space for a muckle seperate amp.



I just meant all in one systems like this where the receiver is not seperate from the DVD player. The Onkyo systems for example just consist of a receiver and a set of speakers.

Great deal, IMO.

This thing is a *piece of *****. I got one from The Hut a few months ago and it was packed up and sent back within about 10 minutes. Absolute garbage. You'd be better using tin cans and string for speakers. Avoid, avoid, avoid!!!

MrKASADY

This thing is a *piece of *****. I got one from The Hut a few months ago … This thing is a *piece of *****. I got one from The Hut a few months ago and it was packed up and sent back within about 10 minutes. Absolute garbage. You'd be better using tin cans and string for speakers. Avoid, avoid, avoid!!!



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