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Sony 5.1 Ch 1000W Home Theatre System
For good surround sound, you need 1000W or more and at $699rrp, this Sony is about $100 cheaper than some of its competitors in the same price range. Extra features not found on some others include 2 USB ports, WiFi and 20 preset tuner frequencies.
The subwoofer on this Sony is only 200 watts. For best bass sound, more is better and a similarly priced Panasonic has a 250 watt subwoofer and wireless floor standing speakers.
Overall: When buying a home theatre system, you have to look carefully at all the features and compare one model with another in the same price range. This Sony would get 4 stars if it was offered on sale, but is only average at the RRP.
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LG 5.1CH WIRELESS 3D BLU-RAY HOME THEATRE BH6530TW
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