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PANASONIC SC-BTX70 2.1Ch Blu Ray Home Cinema System £317.23 @ Costco
PANASONIC SC-BTX70 2.1Ch Blu Ray Home Cinema System £317.23 @ Costco

PANASONIC SC-BTX70 2.1Ch Blu Ray Home Cinema System £317.23 @ Costco

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The SC-BTX70 2.1Ch Home Cinema System from Panasonic brings style and technology together is brought together with a smart Blu-ray player, a powerful subwoofer and sophisticated stereo speakers.

With a powerful onboard audio processing chip, the SCBTX70 pumps out 7.1-channel virtual surround sound from a compact unit. The iPod dock, FM tuner and support for CDs and DivX movies take your entertainment even further.

The SC-BTX70 2.1Ch Home Cinema System offers 375 watts RMS of high-quality audio, has an HDMI output for outstanding picture transmission to your high definition television, and supports a wide range of DTS and Dolby Digital formats.

Specs

Type - Blu-ray Disc Home Cinema System
Amplifier - Yes
Sound decoders - Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Digital, DTS-HD Master Audio Essential, DTS-HD High Rresolution Audio, DTS, MP3
CD player - Yes
DVD player - Yes
Compatible CD-R/RW - Yes
MP3 player - Yes
Other read media - USB mass storage device, SD or SDHC memory card
Remote - Yes
Number of speakers - 2 speakers plus 1 subwoofer
Subwoofer - Yes
Power - 375 W RMS total
A/V features - Information not provided

Inputs -
1 x analogue audio in (Aux)
2 x optical digital audio in
1 x USB
1 x Ethernet
1 x Universal iPod dock
1 x SD memory card slot
Outputs 1 x HDMI
1 x S-Video out
1 x component out
1 x phono out

Included accessories - Remote control, cables, user guide
Size (mm) - 500 x 201 x 114 mm
Weight (g) - 3.1 kg

Other Supports -
Viera Cast
7.1-channel virtual surround sound
Automatic setup aid

3 Comments

Original Poster

I'm not sure if it has 2 optical inputs. When I looked at the inputs in costco, they were marked as digital and optical inputs. I'm not sure if these are the same. This description was taken off pix mania. Some of the other websites state that there is only 1 optical input.

Can anyone shed any light on this?

Coax and optical connections use different cable types. I use both and see no difference in sound quality. Its more down to the connections of the source player i.e. your CD player may have a Coax output or an optical output, so this is just giving you the choice to connect up to the unit.

Banned

panasonic so wont do dts with anything you connect to it complete rubbish
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