Panasonic SC-BTT190 1000W 5.1 Smart 3D Blu-ray Home Cinema System SCBTT190 - £149.99  @ HyperFi
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Panasonic SC-BTT190 1000W 5.1 Smart 3D Blu-ray Home Cinema System SCBTT190 - £149.99 @ HyperFi

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Found 9th Feb 2014
FULL HD 3D Blu-ray Disc™ Home Cinema System
3D Surround Effect

Pure Brilliant Sound

Explore Online Entertainment

Smart home networking
Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.

refurbished with 1 year warranty
- krizw

20 Comments

Original Poster

Half price offer.

I would but but don't think they deliver...

Nice ,Refurbished, still good though.

Good price, but it's only instore.

Owned one of these all-in-one home theatre systems (albeit a Samsung), will never own another. Wholly disappointing.

TheVoice

Owned one of these all-in-one home theatre systems (albeit a Samsung), … Owned one of these all-in-one home theatre systems (albeit a Samsung), will never own another. Wholly disappointing.


I owned a car once (albeit a Kia) will never own another. Wholly disappointing?

Half price, my @rse. £199 on Amazon and other retailers. Good price though.

TheVoice

Owned one of these all-in-one home theatre systems (albeit a Samsung), … Owned one of these all-in-one home theatre systems (albeit a Samsung), will never own another. Wholly disappointing.



On the flip side, I've owned 2 of these before albeit a Sony and a Samsung. Not disappointing at all. You'll not get as good sound out of a 5.1 satellite system over a separates system, but don't rule it out as a decent system, not everyone can afford to buy a dedicated receiver and 6 separate speakers!

WOW 1000W

eastangliauk

WOW 1000W



Plenty loud enough. I own a 1000W system (not this one) and can't get it above 50% volume without it shaking the house. Unless you are powering a cinema, it's perfectly adequate for most.

garryallen

Plenty loud enough. I own a 1000W system (not this one) and can't get it … Plenty loud enough. I own a 1000W system (not this one) and can't get it above 50% volume without it shaking the house. Unless you are powering a cinema, it's perfectly adequate for most.



The point is the fictional power rating of these thing. If you have a power meter, do measure how much power you 1000W system can actually handle and let us know you results.

garryallen

Plenty loud enough. I own a 1000W system (not this one) and can't get it … Plenty loud enough. I own a 1000W system (not this one) and can't get it above 50% volume without it shaking the house. Unless you are powering a cinema, it's perfectly adequate for most.



It'll be a distorted mess before anywhere near 1000 watts.

I have one of these coupled to my Panasonic TV, the viera link is good and the sound is nice. Turn the sub down to -6 and the CS to +3 and you can hear everything nicely. Voted hot. Paid £199

yant

The point is the fictional power rating of these thing. If you have a … The point is the fictional power rating of these thing. If you have a power meter, do measure how much power you 1000W system can actually handle and let us know you results.



Fair enough. I don't care about numbers, as long as it is loud enough, and mine is and plenty. Your mileage may vary with this model obviously.

Strange how the power consumption of the whole unit is 80w!

1000watts my fanny.

I use to have an all in one once think a Panasonic SA-HT500 Now have a Denon AVR-1910 and it really is proper AV won't ever go back to one though this might be handy to have in a bedroom.
Also have a NAD C370 for stereo and even that is not 1000 watts.

eastangliauk

I use to have an all in one once think a Panasonic SA-HT500 Now have a … I use to have an all in one once think a Panasonic SA-HT500 Now have a Denon AVR-1910 and it really is proper AV won't ever go back to one though this might be handy to have in a bedroom. Also have a NAD C370 for stereo and even that is not 1000 watts.



Not sure what a none proper AV is.

eastangliauk

I use to have an all in one once think a Panasonic SA-HT500 Now have a … I use to have an all in one once think a Panasonic SA-HT500 Now have a Denon AVR-1910 and it really is proper AV won't ever go back to one though this might be handy to have in a bedroom. Also have a NAD C370 for stereo and even that is not 1000 watts.



I've gone the other way started off years ago with a silver Panasonic 'all in one', made the step up to seperates my last being a Yamaha 6 series avr with MA bx2 5.1 and now back to a panasonic 'all in one'. the Yam/MA sounded fantastic and maybe slightly overkill for my 12'x14' lounge but just decided one day it was too much for what i needed (tv and film).

For the last year ive been using the Panasonic 590 bluray 'all in one' system and can honestly say its all i need in my front room and can certainly punch above its weight with tv,gaming and film. Music does suffer on louder than normal volumes but i would like to think most people who would buy one of these dont have music in mind

Hot, all in one 5.1 systems are a good cheap way to play music loud. I still have an old ministry of sound 350w system that I got from argos 11 years ago, and apart from having afew broken clips on the speakers, meaning I have to wedge the cable in with cardboard or something, it still plays my mp3s from my PC pretty well.

It isn't all about volume guys, it's clarity, sound quality. If that's all you care about then, this will suit you fine
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