Pioneer HTP-071 5.1 Channel Home Theater System
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Unique value for money. A quality 5.1 home cinema system is like a second life for your favourite films. Just connect a Blu-ray or DVD player to the package and you’re ready to go. There are 4 HDMI inputs. The package includes an AV receiver, 5 small, rich-sounding satellite speakers that can be discretely positioned around the room, and a powerful subwoofer for rumbling lows. True home cinema Benefit from a lively, sensory experience with 5.1 HD virtual 3D sound. The 5 speakers and powerful subwoofer fill the space with superior quality audio and transform your living area into a genuine home cinema. High-definition audio Besides Dolby Pro Logic II, the receiver supports Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio so you can enjoy uncompressed, high-definition audio from Blu-ray discs as well. AM/FM tuner built-in No need to add an AM/FM tuner component. This receiver comes with a tuner and 30 built-in, pre-set stations so that you can effortlessly enjoy your favourite radio stations. The latest HDMI technology This AV receiver can play 3D video from a Blu-ray disc. Other convenient features include an Audio Return Channel for televisions with a built-in DVD player or tuner, for example. Level your sound experience As volume levels frequently vary depending on your audio source, you often find yourself making manual adjustments to re-calibrate the audio output. The Auto Level Control feature detects the difference and automatically re-aligns the volume level for you.
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|Model Number||HTP-071||HT-IV300//M E12||BDVE4100.CEL||HT-J5100K/XL|
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Cons: One of my HDMI ports is bad, it only produces video, no audio. I would like to see two Optical ports but not a deal breaker.
Other thoughts: I have a 5-port HDMI switcher connected to this and still see no loss in audio or video wuality. Full 5.1 DD comes through clearly.
Still, if you are looking for an acceptable 5.1 system for like an apartment, dorm, or a bedroom you could do a lot worse that this for a lot more money; overall, a pretty good value.
Update 12 Jun 14 - Just ditched the crappy zipcord that came with this for the speakers and used a good quality 16awg cable instead. Help the mid-bass tremendously and smoothed out the tinny highs. Makes a world of difference!! Do yourself a favor and spend the extra $20. You'll be glad you did.
Update 1 Aug 14 - Well, I've now pretty much ditched the whole system as my main entertainment center and relegated it to service in the bedroom. The speakers were all of such poor sensitivity that the receiver would start clipping and shutdown at anything above 50% volume. That might not be a problem if you could actually hear anything out of them at 40% or less volume. I spent weeks fiddling with the settings trying to remedy the problem with no results. I finally got a pair of floor mounted JBLs with decent sensitivity to replace the fronts, and that helped some with the clipping, but the center still had problems recreating dialog at any reasonable volume setting. Finally got tired of the clipping shutdowns and replaced the receiver with a Denon. Now the system has been moved to my bedroom where it seems to be a bit better suited to the smaller room. Still, I have to say I've been overall disappointed with this equipment and had to take another star off the rating. I would say 2 1/2 would be a better rating, but since I am still getting some use out of it in the new environment I conceded and rounded back to 3 stars.