Blu-Ray all in one choice

johny1980

Well-known Member
Looking for an all in one 5.1/7.1 blu-ray setup.

These are the systems i am considering so far;

SONY BDV IT 1000

Exclusive preview of Sony's BDV-IT1000 Blu-ray system, featuring world's slimmest speakers | Home Cinema Choice

dabs.com - Sony BDV-IT1000 Blu Ray HomeTheatre (BDV-IT1000)

Love the looks but its very expensive and not sure it will have the sound quality ?

LG HB954PB

LG HB954PB 5.1 Blu-ray home cinema system LG HB954PB LG HB954PB

player review here;

Review: LG HB954PB Blu-ray player

SAMSUNG HT-BD2

Samsung HT-BD2 Blu-ray system | Home Cinema Choice

£700-£800

SAMSUNG HT-BD2ER

SAMSUNG HT-BD2ER Home Cinema System 5.1 system Blu-ray: Amazon.co.uk: Electronics & Photo

Samsungs seem to be only profile 1.0 which is the only downside

PIONEER LX01

LX01 Pioneer Home Cinema System - Audio - Video

again looks good but expensive and only profile 1.0 at that price !!


Any thoughts on any of these systems ?

Is there ones ive missed available or upcoming ones ?
 
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kingfats

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Hi. :)
What is your maximum budget if you don't me asking? also,does it have to be a all-in-one system as well.
 

johny1980

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Hi. :)
What is your maximum budget if you don't me asking? also,does it have to be a all-in-one system as well.

no doesnt have to be all in one but im on a tight budget for separates

was only really wanting to spend £700-£800 and the LG one had caught my attention

however, for the right kit i might be willing to spend around 1k

id considered separates but it was always decent 5.1 surrounds that would eat into the budget

the all in ones also seem to look that bit more 'classy' and as the kit is goign in the new living room i was wanting it to have a good luck. separates i liked just seemd to mismatch

however, i am up to suggestions

need;

blu-ray palyer - preferably with profile 1.1 or 2.0/ethernet ?

5.1/7.1 speakers and amp with a good quality sound and look good - i dont like the really small separates and quite like the thinner tallboys

either on amp or blu ray would like a usb slot
 
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kingfats

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I mean with a max budget of a grand you should be able to knock up a decent setup i reckon :smashin: first step would be the player,what about the Panasonic BD35 for about £150?
New model BD60 (£200) allows DivX over the USB.
Then maybe you go with an amp (HD audio) then speaker package?
Depends on what you want really there's a ton of choice out there.
 
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kingfats

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RottenFox

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kingfats

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Sorry :( i'm unfamiliar with Sky.
All the players are fine of course,if concerns over an amp then ask in the receivers forum your soon get the info.
EDIT:Ah,:D i see RottenFox has sorted it out.
 

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