Panasonic SC-HTB770EBS 300W Soundbar, A fantastic system

Not poor, a littlr flimsy, desire i’d long gone for the samsung soundbar its much more reliable design.

Panasonic SC-HTB770EBS 300W Soundbar with Wireless Music Streaming via Bluetooth

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  • 300W Soundbar
  • 3.1ch Multi Postional Speaker Layout
  • Compatible with 3D signal

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  1. This review is from : Panasonic SC-HTB770EBS 300W Soundbar with Wireless Music Streaming via Bluetooth

    Not bad, a littlr flimsy, wish i’d gone for the samsung soundbar its more solid construction.
    • Probably this best sound bar on the market. I wanted a system that had bluetooth a wireless base/subwoofer and one that looked good. Not only does it have these but the fact you can split the bar into three to re-arrange the speaker position makes this system stand alone.
      • Very happy with this product performance is very good my only gripe is as other reviewers have said that the indicator lights on the unit could have been larger but this is a minor problem.
  2. Fabulous sound, versatile arrangement options, looks good, easy to set up. The indicator lights are rather dim but i can live with that.
  3. This review is from : Panasonic SC-HTB770EBS 300W Soundbar with Wireless Music Streaming via Bluetooth

    Great soundbar with panasonic led tv. Got a panasonic tx-l47dt 65b ; the panasonic soundbar fitted great under the tv and with it being silver looks great. A great sound with films only thing stopping full 5stars is the lights indicates which input selector is a little small to see from sitting in chair when watching tv.
  4. This review is from : Panasonic SC-HTB770EBS 300W Soundbar with Wireless Music Streaming via Bluetooth

    Very good but could do with a volume display window. . I had been pondering over various makes and models of soundsbars for some while. My main criteria for purchase was the following points:-1. The soundbar must be at least 3. I wanted something that was more than just an extension of my television’s speakers so the centre channel and the subwoofer was a definite must. Multi-configurational speaker set up. To provide the best chance of surround sound, without the need for a bucket load of speakers around the lounge, i wanted something that could be either a conventional all-in-one soundbar or have the ability to separate the left and right speakers away from the centre channel so that they can all be placed apart, if needed. Around the £300 price band. Very few soundbars met all of the above requirements but the panasonic sc-htb770ebs ticked all the boxesi’ve had the system in place for about a week now so it may be a little early to give a completely informed review but i can say what i’ve found so far. The installation guide that comes with the system is a little bit unclear in places and trying to decipher what they mean is not always an easy task but i got there in the end. For connecting my various devices, i used an hdmi cable to connect the sky hd box to the soundbar’s aux1 input port and another hdmi cable to connect my blueray player to the soundbar’s bd/dvd input port. My television is a 5 year old sharp 52″ flatscreen and so it had no hdmi arc connections. I therefore followed their alternative connection method which involved using a standard hmdi cable to connect the soundbar’s tv output port to the telly with an optical cable to bring back the sound. I found later that the optical cable was only really necessary if i watch television via the digital freeview connection which i rarely do. With the set up described above, the sound quality from the speakers, including the subwoofer, is crystal clear and certainly powerful enough for my modestly-sized lounge. My main criticism of the system is probably the information it gives (or rather, doesn’t give) when you’re using the remote control. If you wish to change the volume on the soundbar a sequence of lights will briefly flash in turn from left-to-right (for volume going up) or right-to-left (volume going down). All very well to show you that it’s received your command but nothing on the display tells you what level the volume is now at. A separate digital display window would’ve been very welcome to show you this.
    • Very good sound quality and easy to set up. Looses one star due to difficulty in seeing the led lights that show the sound mode and also the slowness of the system switching between modes / inputs.
  5. This review is from : Panasonic SC-HTB770EBS 300W Soundbar with Wireless Music Streaming via Bluetooth

    What can i say about this sound system?. Another excellent product from panasonic.
    • Useability of panasonic soundbar. I did not purchase this item from amazon but i got a better price from another website i do like this soundbar but then i do have a panasonic flatscreen tele. And it works brilliantly using the hdmi arc the one gripe i have is the small green led lights on the control box fascia are difficult to see from a distance however the sound is terrific and the dialogue boost function really does work and is great if the actors speech is being drowned out with the background noise, music etc. And really does make it much easier to hear as increasing the volume on other soundbars only makes the whole sound louder leaving you with the same problem would recommend if you can put up with the small fascia lights i think it’s a small price to pay for top quality sound.
  6. This review is from : Panasonic SC-HTB770EBS 300W Soundbar with Wireless Music Streaming via Bluetooth

    Sounds great but is unusable. Appeared to be exactly what i wanted, is a 3. 1 soundbar =>allows me to increase the dialogue (i am going a bit deaf): with 4 levels of dialogue control this worked extremely well. Unfortunately the system is unusable except with panasonic tvs (i have a new samsung) – the system has only tiny leds on the amplifier to give indication of what is being sourced / played etc. The remote cycles through choices & the leds flash in certain sequences to give information. The only way i could work out what was going on was to peer at the leds from close range and even then, i had to have the instruction manual open to tell me what they meant (if it had a screen giving information – like the yamaha yht-440 – then it may have been usable). The hdmi arc instruction feed from the (samsung) tv only switches the system on/off and increases volume. It will not control the amplifier. S inputs – when i tried using the panasonic’s remote to change source, because of the led system, i got completely confused & gave up. Why can’t the tv manufacturers adhere to a common instruction set for hdmi arc instructions ?the audio is great but the system is unusable.

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