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3 Reviews for Recaro SC-BTT270 5.1 3D Home Theater System - 1000 W RMS - Blu-ray Disc Player (Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic II - DVD+RW, DVD-RW, CD-RW, BD-R - BD Video, DVD Video, MPEG-2 - Wireless LAN - iPod Supported)22/08/2011I read a number of previous reviews and took a chance on this extremely inexpensive home theater system and I don't regret anything. The ease of setup was great for this less-than-capable novice. I replaced a nearly 10 year old Panasonic system that I paid over $500 for. This system was less than 1/2 and is twice the quality in sound and, of course, blu-ray compatible. I recommend it for anyone looking for a good quality, inexpensive home theater system.15/09/2011This device completes the 3D experience of our home theater, minus the glasses which are backordered :'( so I can't comment on the 3D BluRay yet but I want to say that while the sound quality is great, the surround sound is a joke thus far with no capability of going wireless. thats just pretty lame. I got a price break on this but If you are already spending over $300 just go for the SC-BTT-770 or better brand. Perhaps speaker stands will enhance the sound experience and I know the 3D glasses will please. So Im gonna report back after making a few adjustments...
So after getting to know some of the features and patiently experimenting with them, I finally optimized the settings for much improved sound. If you desire more of a 3D effect then just customize the decibel level on the surround speakers to be higher and position them as shown in the diagram. Customizability hides behind the simplistic look of this home theater system, and for that...16/10/2011This unit doesn't have it all, but for $240 you can't beat what is does offer. 3D Blu-ray with selectable outputs of checkerboard and side-by-side. Even turns 2d to 3d, but I haven't tried this yet. Includes wireless LAN with Netflix, Pandora, Hulu Plus, Amazon Video, YouTube, Twitter, and several other non-useful apps.
Sound for Blu-Ray and 3D Blu-ray = Excellent, loud, clear, lots of bass
Sound for TV Aux input = ok, not very loud
5.1 Optical Input = so far so good, but can't decode all 24-bit sound (had to set my pc to 24bit 48KHz in order for it to work)
Easy setup connections, however, you will most likely need extra speaker wire for the center and rear surround speakers. The speakers are tiny, but much clearer and louder than the large Panasonic speakers they replaced (9 year old 110W 6Ohm full range).
You will need to read the manual to make full use of this unit's capabilities. The limited number of buttons on the remote make it...