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Samsung HT THX22

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      15.02.2011 14:21
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      So not easy to use, so you better keep that receipt

      Samsung aren't renowned for their precision building, and in many cases, have failed. This product unfortunately is no different. The one I used gave me static shocks at the back of the central unit, and I managed to jam the disk tray by using it normally, without force. Samsung don't offer a guarantee with this as standard, so you'd be mad to buy one of these without getting covered for it.

      The sound: At normal sound levels, this is pretty good. Perfect clarity surround sound, and even on the higher frequencies. Its Tallboy speakers have a definitive pitch and excellent peak pitch output without physically screaming at you till your ears bleed, always a good sign.

      The bass: I was surprised to hear the subwoofer belting out a ton of low frequencies at such power with no back ground noise.

      At higher sound levels, things get a bit... well rubbish is one word for it.

      You have 500Watts RMS to play with here, so that's 100watts RMS per speaker. And at full volume this sounds dreadful - it cannot cope with the sound. It looses that perfect pitch and clarity.

      By all means, turn it up that high, the speakers will last quite a long time at high or full power, but don't expect much clarity or definition. Even the bass becomes a bit fluttery rather than a consistent thudding noise.

      The DVD player - well that's a different matter, as a stand-alone unit, this thing is rubbish. Like I said earlier, the one I had jammed, and electrocuted me. Not only that but had a very confusing first time set-up, and I actually had to read the manual.

      So not easy to use, so you better keep that receipt. I did and took it back.


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