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Jvc Thsw8

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by nearly_down, Mar 22, 2005.

  1. nearly_down

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    Hi - I'm a newbie on this site. :hiya:

    I've just bought the JVC THSW8. I've only had it a few days and I'm very impressed. If anyone has any experience of this system good or bad please let me know.

    I've got my PS2 and SKY connected optically via a scart switch box, I just need another optical cable and a new av cable and I'll have my Xbox and Gamecube connected.

    I've gotta say GT4 is superb in 5.1/Pro Logic II.
     
  2. billt

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    Hello

    I am considering buying the JVC TH-SW8 and would also be pleased to hear peoples opinions of the system. Does anyone know if audio CD playback is good.

    Thanks in advance if anyone can help

    :lease:
     
  3. krmuir

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    Got one today. Considering taking it back already. Won't play in colour with either TV or projector - pretty useless in other words. It's a shame cos everything else about it is excellent - sound quality in particular.
    If anyone can help that would be great but I suspect my peripherals are too old
     
  4. GaryB

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    It can output composite, S-Video and RGB, so it should work with just about anything. Suggest you switch it to composite output as a starting point, as just about any TV should work with that.
     
  5. krmuir

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    Thank you, It was a cabling issue and it works fine now! I highly recommend this system
     

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