The speakers have rear panel controls. Bass and treble adjustments are made. Additional features include a daisy chain ability and a unique power on the audio signal input. The Enclave CineHome II is an affordable surround sound system that is an instant plug and play system. Plug and play 6 speakers system is a home theater system that uses your TV's Arc or Optical connection to deliver a powerful cinematic sound for all your favorite movies, TV shows, sports and games. You can add wall power and a single HDMI cable to get up and running. The 5.1 surround sound system is easy to connect to and compatible with all modern TV's. The CineHub sound system for tv has Optical connections for quick and easy setup to start listening immediately after adding wall power to the speakers! CineHome II is powered by 11 Class-D 24-bit amplifiers that deliver an unbelievable, movie-theater quality sound right in your living room. Don't let that vinyl go unheard! The turntable can be connected with ease with a 3.5mm analog. Do you want to stream all your music? You can use any mobile device or tablet with the simple use of theBluetooth 5.0 connection.
👤When it worked it was great, the product was nicely packed. There are only positive things I can say about this product. Even though I am tech savvy, I had multiple setup issues. I haven't had any problems setting up my stuff. Plug and play is what this system should do. It wasn't in my case. I had issues with only receiving pcm audio, and audio cutting out every five minutes. You need to use their app to use the system. The app crashes frequently. I received a remote before the unit shipped to me, which was nice. Their tech support is condescending. They couldn't figure out what my issue was and referred me to the manufacturer of my television. I contacted tech support again after I called the manufacturer. I received an email that was very rude and blamed me and the setup for the issues. They had the owner call me to fix something. He used bad language and was rude. Even though my settings were correct, my issue was solved. After everything was setup correctly, I decided to give the system a chance. It worked well for a couple of weeks and then started cutting out during movies on hbo. The audio would stop for 20 seconds and come back into the right speaker. I tried to figure out the problem with Chromecast. The issue began occurring with everything I watched. I received a rude reply to my email. I sent the system back. I was able to return the product and that's why the issues occurred. Do yourself a favor and not have to use this system.
👤I have two 5.1 surround home theatre systems. They were decent. The last one was destroyed when the internal dvd crashed and corrupted the receiver unit. I was researching wireless systems because I was tired of stringing speaker wire. I have not been disappointed by the Cinehome II. It comes complete in a box. Wireless allows for great flexibility in placement within a few feet of a wall sockets. Plug the power source into the tv and within seconds it will pair to all the speakers. The app on my phone allows me to change settings. The app has a layout that shows active speakers and a touch to test levels. I own a fire tv, chromecast, and a high quality dvd player. The high and mid-range speakers have crystal clarity, and the bottom of the system is superb, which is better than either of my previous systems. I received a reply within an hour on my email question. I recommend the Enclave for easy installation and high quality.
👤I put together this thing in about 20 minutes. No fuss. I wanted no wires going from the screen to the recliner. Good sound, surround that doesn't feel intrusive, got that. Sometimes I do with concerts, and I can raise the roof. You listen to Beethoven. No 5. You will float away, tenderly caressed by sound clouds. A ferry scene from Spider-man: Homecoming. The web-slinger is a great test for surround effects. The Spider-man and the Vulture fight is a great work-out for a home cinema set-up. First it is some standard busy action - gun shots from left, right, up and down; smart dialogue; and then the quick move to a full-on swinging and flying fest from the two lead characters. The final act is the most important for your sub. When the ferry splits in two, there is some groaning and breaking up of the hull, which needs to be communicated by your system with terrifying weight to give that genuine sense of scale. This is a good time to show the system's ability for dynamics and detail. The person who wrote bad reviews to this gear was either having a bad day or a shill for a competing product. Of course. I have had the system for a year. I don't know why anyone would have issues with it. It fills my man-cave with sound. I had a problem today. The power went off for a while. The CineHome II 5.1 produced no sound when it came back. I contacted Tech Support and they sent me some directions. When we lost power, the TV settings which enable the audio to be sent to the hub were lost as well. In 10 minutes, I reset the speakers, the hub, the TV, and the wireless. I gave the system a 5 stars a year ago, so I would like to add more.
There is a wireless streaming service. The receiver rack mount has a premium built in receiver. The receiver should be compatible with all your favorite devices. It has a range of 30' plus. Home STEREO. The home theater amplifier is a complete system. It acts like a radio with a digital display and an ID3 tag. Also has a 2.1 channel audio amplifier. You can connect to astronomer devices. The home theater amplifier has a 3.5mm aux input jack, as well as a multi source audio input and ausb flash and memory card readers. Reliable and durable: The home theater receiver is made of heavy duty metal and aluminum alloy to protect your gear for a long time. The package includes sturdy brackets for easy installation. The audio receiver rack mount comes with everything you need to start. This exclusive bundle features their top of the line amplifier receiver, wireless remote control, and hardware rack mounts.
👤Some major problems bring down the rating of this amplifier/receiver. Sound quality is good. This thing has a lot of features for the price. The slim profile makes it possible to stack more things. The volume dial is touchy, and the difference between quiet and very loud is a couple hairs. The included remote only works on the digital inputs, not the plugged in ones, so if you want to change the volume from across the room, you may use whatever mp3s you have plugged into the micro sd orusb slots. The first one of these was sent back because the main volume control didn't work at all. The dial was set where the two loudnesses were. I wonder how long this thing will last. Hope that was helpful.
👤There are a few gripes. The remote only works with the radio modes, so you have to get up and walk like the old days to change the component volume. This is a problem during commercials. There isn't a mute function either. 2. If I leave the room or hold my phone in a certain way, the range with my phone drops out. I thought my 2x6 Daytons might explode because the amplifier pushes them so hard. The component input makes the TV sound great. My kid loves the echo feature of the microphone. 1/6” It's nice to have inputs for guitar practice. Radio works. If you need it, avoid it because it is WEAK, 3 stars, and that is what I bought it for. I still like it for tv and radio at the price of 99 dollars.
👤I bought this receiver because I had a good pair of speakers and a small amplifier that did nothing. I needed an amplifier that could give me 100 watt per channel. This amplifier was perfect for my needs. I have connected the speakers to the amplifier and it can drive them. The rear speakers terminals were not receptive to banana clips, so I had to remove them and twist in the copper ends. My other complaint is that the standard is old and prone to interference. I just use the audio output with a stereo jack on my computer, since I stopped using it. I use a 100 watt Polk Audio Tsi 100's and they drive perfectly. I would look into an additional accessory to use with this, or another amplifier entirely, if it was a must-have feature for you.
👤First off... The price! I wanted this to meet our needs alone. I'm looking to replace a receiver in a room that's rarely used, where my previous receiver stopped working. It plays a variety of audio and video formats, though other reviews state the range is poor. I don't need top-end stuff in a room that is seldom used. The room is rarely used and I want it to be functional. This device is not. Others have stated that the remote control is egads. I've seen larger postage stamps. It works, but a 1976 Ford Pinto can do the same. Doesn't mean I want one. There are two more The volume. The best part is this. The remote control's volume is pointless unless the knob volume is turned all the way up. If you have a master volume, turning the volume up using the remote control is not going to make it louder. If you turn the master volume all the way up, you can turn it down using the remote. So what is that big deal? Turn the master volume up and leave it there. The next time you turn it on, it will reset so you won't notice. Hopefully your speakers can handle it. It's a good one. The power off button isn't off. You have to flip the switch on the receiver to turn it off. Trust me, you'll want to do that when you have to turn the volume up to make the remote work. The speakers would wake the dead. I wanted this for a seldom used room and to play files on the computer. I copied all the files onto a thumb drive. The feature on the receiver works just fine. I put the thumb drive in and it started playing. I selected random and it did the same thing. Only one problem. The next song is randomly selected by the back button. Let's say you have as many songs as I do, and one in particular play that you just love and want to hear again. Not gonna happen. If you hit "back" on either the remote or the receiver, it will randomly pick a new song. It's not a joke when this bad boy says random. All of my experiences happened within the span of 15 minutes, and I was already thinking that I'd probably send this thing back. Unfortunately, that's what I intend to do. Between the volume wonkiness, horrible remote, and not even a simple "back" repeats the song when on random... This thing would be more rarely used than the room is. Now... I don't want to end on a negative note, but if you just want to play music for cheap, don't plan on using it in a very complex manner. The job would most likely be done with this thing. You don't mind if your customers cross their arms and say the painting "speaks to them" if you have background new-age music for your art gallery. I would say you're in business with this thing. You may end up with the one I send back. That's right.
You can enjoy your favorite movies, TV shows and more in the comfort of your home with Cinematic Sound at Home. S Force PRO delivers virtual surround sound with only a 2 speaker setup. You can use your phone to stream music and use a Standby turn on the receiver. A multi function system includes a multi channel stereo setup, a radio tuner and a headphone jack. There are 4 stereo Rca audio inputs and 2 digital audio outputs. In the box is a microphone, remote control, batteries, and a wire antenna. Also, note: Installation Manual and User Guide can be found in the catalog. Also, note: Installation Manual and User Guide can be found in the catalog.
👤I never leave a bad review, but this receiver did not allow for the full experience of the game. If I plugged my TV into my XBOX One X, it would be capable of playing both video and gaming. The build quality is good, but the lack of AUX-in was disappointing. I picked up the Yamaha after returning the Sony. It's $50 cheaper, has tons of more features, and has an AUX-in feature that I've wanted for years, and it passes the tests of both Dolby Vision and HDR10 correctly. Pick up the Yamaha, you'll be happy you did.
👤I put together a simple 5.1 surround system in my small den based on a Yamaha amplifier that started to go a little weird - it would turn itself on and off, sometimes wouldn't allow volume control from a remote, and sometimes wouldn't have picture resolution dropped. The sound was pretty decent. I decided to swap out the amplifier for the Sony one. Wow, what a change! It was easy to set up and calibrate. The sound stage is very detailed. It makes my speakers sparkle with clarity and crispness. I'm not a snob and my ears can still see a huge improvement in movie watching at a cheaper price. You will like this amplifier.
👤Great inputs. Good power. 60hz pass through. The enhanced HDMI option can be enabled. Arc control. I like it. The surround left channel is dead. The receiver died not even two years after the event. I'm disappointed, and that's coming from a Sony fan. My last receiver was from Sony. This was brought down from 5 stars to 2 by me. I think I'm buying a Denon.
👤I have an old entertainment system with a center and surround set that I use this unit to drive. The unit sounds good even with questionable speakers. I listen to my music on my phone. I use it. I know that makes many people cringe. I used the automatic calibration to set this up. Mozart's 25th was put on by selected music surround. My wife could hear how much better this setup was. Everything was in balance. It had a rich sound and clear highs. The surround did not sound fake. It was like sitting in an orchestra pit. It sounded great to have DVDs and cable TV. I can't hear the voices. The Movie HD-Digit setting is clear and easy to understand. There is a night mode that makes it easier to understand voices. The unit works great out of the box. It is powerful enough for a small home office, and I have it set up there. If you want to annoy the neighbors, you might need a bigger unit. I am very pleased with this purchase, and I love it.
👤Sony got it right. The receiver has 4K and HDR pass-through. The inputs are 2.2 compliant. It is easy to set up. The power is at 145W per channel. It will expand to 5.1 soon if you hook it up to a couple BIC tower speakers and a Dayton Subwoofer. There is no rush because the Front Surround feature really makes 2.1 sound like real surround. I couldn't be more happy with my purchase because it's heavy and built like a tank so it should last. The seller was praised for ordering on Monday and being delivered on Wednesday.
The Denon AVR-S540BT receiver delivers exceptional brightness and contrast, and supports HLG, HDR, and Wide Color Gamut for realistic display. Your favorite music is at Fingertips. Denon HEOS LINK can be used to create an integrated multi-room audio system with built-in wireless technology. It allows wireless music streaming from a number of providers. The easy on-screen set up assistant walks you through the steps to connect your TV, set up your surround sound and more. Four quick selection buttons on the front panel help you store your preferred audio settings for television, Blu-Ray, and more, and allows you to switch between them quickly. The Denon AV Receiver S540BT DELIVERS MULTI-DIMENSIONAL SURROUND SOUND is perfect for your home theater and entertainment system. You can control the AVR through your phone, or you can use the Denon 500 Series Remote App for your phone.
👤I don't know how this sounds, I ran into trouble setting it up, and Denon support told me they don't support anything, and I was on my own. I don't think this is a good product or a good idea and I wouldn't ever suggest to anyone that this is a good product or a good idea. Purchase a product that the company stands behind. Their online web product manual is worthless as well.
👤I had issues with this product from the beginning. The sound stops intermittently. The circuit breaker in the house has begun to trip. The product is out of warranty and we only owned it for 60 days. I tried to get it back or replaced, but no luck.
👤I now have a more powerful version of the Denon in my bedroom and a less powerful version in my living room. The DENON is a great home theater system. Denon receivers are a total beast to set up manually. You can connect all speakers to the required ports and spend hours mining their stupid interface. Making all the speakers active is a lot of work and I wanted to throw the Denon receiver away. DENON systems are built to be very frustrating and on the verge of being torture to set up. Denon would be avoided until their engineers made the set up of speakers easier. All they have to do is put a selection that says "all connected speakers active, yes or no" You can set the particulars of each speaker for your own liking. Denon uses a confusing menu and sub-menu system that is torturous to use and understand. The Denon system is bad when people are made active. The Denon receivers are a great system that should be scrapped because of the poorly implemented system management interface. The Denon three stars are due to the fact that the speaker set up is mind-blowing. The Denon seems to have been made by the best engineers and then handed over to the worse interface programmers. The Denon Set Up Interface developers ruin what is otherwise a first class receiver at every price point. I live in a small home and I don't want my neighbors to wake me up. I want to play my video games, have fun with my DVD's, and watch streaming services. The Denon AVR-S540BT Home Theatre is a good fit for my needs. I brought a Sony 85 inch 4K TV. The Denon AVR-S540BT Home Theatre can fully exploit the 4K display technology of my new system, so I wanted a receiver that could do that. The Denon AVR-S540BT Home Theatre can get a bit loud, but it is not a ghetto blaster. The sound doesn't distort at higher levels. Quality speakers, speaker wire, and HDMI connections are recommended for this unit since cheaper ones degrade the video performance. The purple noise on the edges of the screen that is not present when better HDMI connections are used is caused by cheap HDMI connections. I'm not saying use the gold plated $99 dollar HDMI connectors as that's useless overkill. Don't use the cheapest HDMI connections that are so thin that noise can get into the cable. If you are in a large building with lots of commercial lighting sources and elevators, you need to have HDMI cables that protect you from RF noise. The antenna is adequate for most uses. The Denon Home Theatre is easy to install. Banana Plugs are not needed to connect speakers. Straight forward button actuated speaker wire grab connections are used for speaker connections. There are no complicated connections. The Denon AVR-S540BT Home Theatre is easy to use. The Denon AVR-S540BT Home Theatre is a basic 5.2 unit and there are few options. The dedicated sub woofer circuits are not the best in this unit. It is easy to use, and you don't need to read the instructions for the basic Denon AVR-S540BT Home Theatre functions. The control interface on the Denon Home Theatre is clean. The Denon AVR-S540BT Home Theatre is an entry level model.
Onkyo has a Home Theater Receiver. The Polk speakers are floor standing. The Polk Bookshelf Speaker is a pair. The Polk 2-Way Center Channel Speaker is from Polk. Polk 10-Inch Active Subwoofer.
👤Only one channel was functional after we purchased this. We have tried to contact the vendor several times, but have had no response. We should reach out to the vendor according to Amazon. Absolutely frustrating!
👤This system sounds great. It took a long time to receive all the items. To make sure everything was responded to quickly, the seller was contacted a lot. This is not a complete in the box system, but you know all items are seperate, so for the money time and patience for delivery, I recommend this set up speakers.
👤The system is great for the price. The family is happy, but we can finally stop watching TV with the caption turned off. The movies sound great. It was loud and clear. It took about 2 hours to set it up, the tower speakers were a little shorter than I expected, but I love them.
👤Don't be foolish and listen to other people. Sounds amazing. Even at less than 100%. Friends wish they had it. I don't think Amazon reviews are good. This is good music. The dead are blasted. And PHISh!
👤Customer service was even better than Stereo. The reciever was fixed quickly.
👤Setting up a system is easy.
The HD 5.1 WIRELESS Home Theater Bundle includes a world class home theater system that provides you with movie theater quality sound. You can easily control your TV with the remote. Plug and play sound system is easy to set up using your TV's Arc or Optical connection. Plug in your TV and get ready for the CineHome Pro to deliver crisp, clear and room filling 5.1 HD surround sound. You can place your speakers anywhere in your living room if you plug in each speaker to the wall along with the CineHub. You can experience a sound like you are in a movie theater. The power of the 24 bit class-D amplifier is matched by 14 custom-designed drivers and a 10-inch sub to transform your living room into a true surround sound cinematic experience. 24 Bit Dolby Digital, DTS, and WiSA are certified. Don't let that vinyl go unheard! The turntable can be connected with ease with a 3.5mm analog. Do you want to stream all your music? You can use any mobile device or tablet with the simple use of theBluetooth 5.0 connection. Don't let that vinyl go unheard! The turntable can be connected with ease with a 3.5mm analog. Do you want to stream all your music? You can use any mobile device or tablet with the simple use of theBluetooth 5.0 connection.
👤I am leaving my review at the bottom. The speakers started out good, but then they disconnected and had poor sound quality and muffled voices. There is no sound. The speakers will make you angry. Frustration. They are trying to get them to work. For no reason, total death. I asked for replacements since my speakers were damaged. They promised they would, but never did. The grill cam can be damaged. They're all damaged. This system is not good. It is hard to understand. Don't buy it. There are a few small things I can complain about on these speakers, but they don't give a four-and-a-half star as a possibility, and I didn't want to give him a four-star. The packaging was not damaged. There is no problem there. Be careful with the grills. They could be damaged easily. I didn't get a connection to the speakers when I plugged in. The instructions were vague and frustrating. reset the speakers Is this done with them or not? Some devices should be turned off. I believe they must be reset when they are on. I pushed the reset in after taking the back side of a wall nail. The enclave was able to see the speakers and allow for setup thanks to this. The enclave app can set the speakers up to ten feet away from the seating position. I wish you could set it for the actual distance without a maximum of 10 ft. It comes down to adjusting the volume levels. I found that the system works best with high definition. I couldn't get the optical to work, but I think the HDMI has a better signal. anyway I will use that. The enclave app tries to find The enclave cinebar, but it doesn't give any indication if it's there or not. It seems to time out and never connect. I connected my phone to the internet immediately after restarting it. When you leave the app and come back in. It's the same story. The only way I can attach to the app is to restart my phone. You don't have to do this often. The app doesn't need to be used anymore once you have the speakers set. The bad part is over. It's amazing to have no wires. That is great. The only thing I could think of was a retractable wire cable. That would make the speakers bigger. One wall that I wanted to plug my speaker in has no outlet. Make sure you have the outlets in the right place. I'm going to see if I can add an outlet but there's no one else nearby so that might be a problem for me. The extension cord is the same problem as before. I got longer power cords from Amazon. I pulled the speaker away from the wall. I ran the extra long power cable there. I got tape mounted wire covers for the wall and floor. I will paint them to match. They look great. Great solution. The sound is perfect. The system is like a movie theater. The speakers have a maximum volume of + 6. The sub can only be sent to + 3. Maybe this is to stop the speaker from blowing it? All of this sounds amazing. I spread the speakers out wide. In films like Star wars rogue one, you can hear the separation. These are new approaches to surround sound. It sounds amazing in my living room.
300- watt power The Pyle 4 Channel Pre-Amplifier is a must have for your home theater entertainment system. It gives you 300 watt peak power to be used for multi speakers and allows you to enjoy high quality amplified audio. The personal digital amplifier box supports a variety of devices, including a CD player, a microphone, and a pair of headphones. The integrated hybrid amplifier has a built in wireless music streamer. Works with the latest devices. A/B speaker selection. You can choose b/w speaker set with the professional integrated stereo receiver. Either A or B speakers can be used. When it is turned on, it uses both speakers as default. There are EQ controls. The sound amplification device has buttons for the audio sources, the selectors, and the master volume adjustments. A power cable and remote control are included. Refer to the PDF attached below for the Technical Specification for Manual.
👤First things first, it's a Pyle. What does that mean? It's not going to please an audio engineer, and if you have good equipment, its specifications are not very impressive. If you know that going into the purchase, then you're buying a decent piece of equipment. You can't expect quality at less than $100. I instantly noticed that it was a little lighter than my Denon and Pioneer. Two of those receivers are in my great room and basement. The gazebo's cabinet has the Pyle in it. It will power the two outdoor pool speakers for Zone A and the one speaker by the fire pit for Zone B. For the limited needs of this project, there's no need to buy another Denon or Pioneer. If it lasts a few years in an outdoor cabinet, it will be money well spent. It took 10 minutes to unbox, carry outside, and connect the speakers. I was off and streaming from YouTube Music before Amazon even updated the order page to reflect the item was delivered. I have terrible outdoor speakers and the sound is decent. I don't like receiver with an exhaust port, but I think it's a good idea because the remote doesn't work fancy, but it does work. I wouldn't touch a pole with a car audio device. If you know what you're looking for, it can be a good deal. An equivalent Sony receiver would cost over $100 and be limited to 2 channels. The receiver fits the bill because we have three speakers.
👤This is a strange receiver. The brief product outline is written in chinese and it comes with no instructions. The remote does not come with batteries, but that may not matter since there is no on / off switch. The display is too garish for my taste and can't be turned off. Once you learn the options, they are helpful. The controls are easy to use. You will have to play around with them a bit since there is no real instruction. It works well. I was surprised by the power of the speakers, the ability to use my phone as a gps device, and the fact that the radio works with my phone. I am keeping it. It's a good thing.
👤For my needs, okay. The outside pool area had an old tuner. There is no on/off on the remote. There isn't a user manual. I don't think the one page picture of the back of the unit is a manual, and still can't figure out how to set the channels for the pre - set's. When you turn the unit off and on again, the unit starts up on whatever channel it feels like, not the channel you left it on when you turned it off. It was very upsetting. It will suffice for my needs, but an instruction manual is the most basic thing that should be included. Had this unit long enough to edit my initial review. Don't waste your time with total garbage. Get something else if you spend a little extra. I am not going to give it to Goodwill. I'll throw it in the trash and save the next person the hassle.
Don't let that vinyl go unheard! The turntable can be connected with ease with a 3.5mm analog. Do you want to stream all your music? You can use any mobile device or tablet with the simple use of theBluetooth 5.0 connection. The bundle includes the Sony SSCS8 2-Way 3-Driver Center Channel Speaker, Sony SSCS5 3-Way 3-Driver Bookshelf Speaker System, and the Sony 10-Inch Active Subwoofer. The upper surface of the drivers is made of foamed, dual-layer mica, which is designed to deliver supple and faithful sound quality, while the bottom layer is designed to leverage low weight with strength for a powerful bass response. The signal loss for an energetic vocal response with even the most delicate nuances is assured by the Crossover Component. It is mounted directly to the cabinet. The Sony SS-CS8 2-Way 3-Driver Center Channel Speaker has a peak power of 145W. Four rubber foot pads are included to reduce shelf vibration.
👤I wired the speakers to the receiver after I bought the Sony bundle. They were recognized when it was turned on. The thing was malfunctioning. I had to place anti-vibrating material under the speaker cases and adjust the controls on the back of the subs. Also, note: The 2 sub channels need a powered subwoofer. You would think that the box or instructions would have the information printed on them. I thought the receiver had a defect when I tried to use the 5.1 Pioneer speakers from the new system. They all worked, except for the sub. The Pioneer had a good bass. I called Sony Customer Support. The Tech told me that the STR-DH590 must have a powered sub. He gave me speaker choices. I am fortunate that the sub woofer of the Pioneers was a no go. The 100 watt speakers would have been toast if one of my friends had maxed the volume. The Sony bundle includes the Sony SSCS8 (center) and 10-Inch Active Subwoofer, both of which have their own power and auto power on. I couldn't beat the price for a Sony or any other brand 5x145w plus powered sub speaker set. There is a The black speaker cases look like plastic, when compared to some of the wood speakers offered by other makes.
👤The sound is great, but it doesn't work on your TV, so I went to goodwill and bought a Sony Blue ray for 30 dollars, and it worked great.
👤I like this product. Sounds great. It was easy to set up.
👤I don't know why anyone would dislike this system. I have been setting up surround sound box systems for 20 years. This one is as good or better than any I have had before. Someone said it was not loud enough. Wow! Not sure what you think is loud. I can not watch a movie with more than 60% volume. It is too much. The bass is turned down. I like bass in movies. This thing plays back both DVD's and Blu Ray's perfectly. There were no issues. It can take a little while to boot up. Not long enough to be an issue. My system plays through a 4k short throw projector mounted to the ceiling in a 13x13 media room. No complaints. The sound quality is great. I am waiting for my second BDV E3100 to arrive to my living room. The product is great for the price. The $300.00 system sounds and performs better than you would think. So all you people out there are complaining about the sound quality? You should check out your installation and set it up. My is great. I have some friends who have 1000.00s of dollars in their systems come over and they can't believe my system is at all comparable to theirs. It isn't going to compare to a really high end install. Again. It is 300 dollars. You won't be disappointed if you have a realistic expectation for this unit.
The Klipsch reference theater pack has a minimal footprint. The cleanest, most natural sound can be achieved with Klipsch's exclusive Tractrix Horn technology. The wireless sub is designed to deliver room-filling low frequencies without requiring a lot of floor space. Each satellite speaker has a threaded insert and a keyhole mount, which make it easy to place the wireless subwoofer. The reference theater pack has a minimal footprint.
👤The purchase of this product was about 5 stars. Good product, good sound quality, arrived on time. There was a problem that turned into a nightmare. One of the simpler and inexpensive parts of the subwoofer is the rubber foot, which is one of the legs that should have it. It was inserted under pressure. Why is this important? Without the rubber feet on the sub, it will lose its stability and the leg will hit the floor, creating a noise that shouldn't be there. Klipsch customer service initially was excellent, and immediately sent a replacement. The replacement parts were wrong. They made sure they had the correct model. They double check to make sure everything was okay. The attendant went to another department to check out what went wrong and assured me that I will work this time. Wrong part arrives again. I sent pictures with arrows pointing the rubber foot and a schematic sketch so they could recognize the mysterious part. Klipsch said to go find this part on the secondary market. I can't return the product because of the time spent. The price was lowered to make it even better. Customer service from Klipsch was incompetent. If my friends decide to buy anything from Klipsch, I'll use the system with a piece of cardboard under the leg to repeat the story.
👤I am retired but I can't throw away money. We built our own home on our farm and all of it is paid for by God. I went to a store. I paid less for the speakers on Amazon than I did for the Klipsch ones. I bought my receiver from Amazon a year ago because of the tight finances. Got it paid for, bought some great sounding Klipsch speakers and love them. What a sound. I am going to put my QLED 70 series on my wall. Got it from NFM. A beautiful vent free fireplace is1-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-65561-6556 The setting is going to be beautiful. I want to have many romantic nights with my wife. God is in control of life. I went to Best Buy and the Geek Squad came to my house and said that it would cost a lot to install my speakers. I did it myself at 72 years old. The Stereo cabinet I put together is beautiful. I put the wheels under it because it will weigh 200 lbs. Almost solid wood. Thanks to Amazon, life is more affordable. The farmer is Joe.
👤The system came without a wireless accessory for the sub. The company that sold me the unit ignored me when I contacted them. If you would like to buy this system. Don't buy it here. I had a look at the Klipsch sub. It is a Onkyo sub in a box. Sending everything to klipsch on Monday.
👤I bought the speakers and receiver from thelipsch Black Reference Theater Pack 5.1. This is the best sound I have ever heard after I got it all set up. This system spits out perfect sound with everything I throw at it, from football games to television to different genres of music. I am playing my favorite songs and am hearing sounds I have never heard before. If you are going with 5.1 surround, I recommend this system. If I were to put a system in a larger room, I would have bought a 7.1 receiver and tried using the Klipsch as surround speakers, but now after listening to the Klipsch, I would go with the Klipsch.
220 watt per channel. 4K/60p and HDR are supported. x playback of Dolby Atmos and DTS. The height of the film is virtualized. The accureflex and the accueq have subs.
👤I can't imagine buying this and returning it because of the connection, but I suppose it's different for different people. There were a few features I was looking for in a replacement receiver. My previous receiver couldn't handle the newer audio formats. My previous receiver could pass through high definition on HDMI, but without any visual indicators on top. I use the Chromecast to control my devices. I was looking for a display with 4k capabilities for the future, but my display is still in the 1920s. I knew I didn't need more than 100w because my speakers are very sensitive. I pounced when I saw a good deal on this. I've only got a 5.1 setup with KLF20 mains, KLF-C7 center, and KSP-S6 rears. The pair is with a sub. The auto setup worked well, setting my crossovers for all the channels. The setting of 40Hz isn't really wrong, but I usually increase it to 60Hz for the rears. The sound quality is pretty good so far. I wasn't able to do direct A/B comparisons because AccuEQ doesn't sound as good to my ear as Audyssey. The graphics are nice, but the fonts and everything look a little dated. It's not a bad thing because it shows what I need it to be. When I want to play audio from a phone, I will turn off the bluetooth. I don't have any Apple devices to test that out. Adding the receiver to my speaker group will allow me to play it whole- home. I can't speak to the on-device apps that I'll never use. I have to figure out a lot of the sound mode settings. In comparison to just using DPL IIz, there are a lot of different modes to expand the audio and virtualize additional speakers. I'll probably add height speakers at some point, but they'll be further down the road in my upgrades. I'm happy with the purchase so far. It sounds good, it's powerful, and I got a good price on it. What more could I ask for?
👤The model was bought to replace a damaged one. I decided to buy the 9.2 model to take advantage of Atmos and add two front and back height speakers. The 797 model should have had e-ARC support out of the box, but it doesn't and isn't even a hint that it will be added in future updates. One star off for that.
👤This machine has the most disappointing issues when it is expensive. It will take a long time for it to find your mobile phone or any other device. When you are a few feet away, the playback is erratic. You have to go through the pain again if you lose connection as quickly. No one wants wires all over if you don't have bluetooth. Not worth the cost. Immediately returning it.
👤I like the Onkyo system, they sound great to me. I got the Tx-NR797 today, but I still have the Tx-NR 676, so I'm not setting it up yet. I will give an update soon. Oh my. This is one. A receiver. System movies are not the same without it. I've put it all with a Bic speaker from the 980 2 in the front, 89 2 in the rear, 66 4 in over head, pl 28 center, 2-f12 one side and 2 Onkyo sub in the rear. I am happy with the sound of the Atoms and the DTS, it is clean and deep bass, and the set up is beautiful.
The Jacky Microfiber Cloth is included. The bundle includes a Sony home theater receiver. Speaker wire (100 feet) and Gold Plated Speaker Banana Plugs (5 Pairs) are included. Superior Audio with Advanced D.C.A.C will have the speakers all deliver the same high-quality sound. Automatic Phase Matching will align the phase characteristics of your speakers to the front left and right speaker channels so that all channels work together to deliver a more effective surround sound experience. Press play to get connected. You can connect your TV, games console, and Blu-ray Disc player with four inputs and one output. High-Resolution Audio has the best sound in higher quality than CD. It feels like the artist is performing in front of you because of the passion for music. The receiver can fit into your media unit with a streamlined slim design. A rigid Chassis helps maintain signal fidelity.
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