Panasonic scht 990

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by DANFLAN65, Aug 9, 2006.

  1. DANFLAN65

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    :thumbsup: This is A great step forward for panasonic.I had the 850 which at the time I thought aws great that is untill I purchased the 990.
    It as everything you'd want The sound is beautiful,Sharp,clear dialogue,big bass boom(1000watts) and truly amazing FL-FR-RL-RR speakers.It plays divx and jpeg,savcd,mp4,you name it it's got it,DTS,Pro11,DD5.1 ,optical The picture as depth and clarity and brillantly rich colour.
    If your looking for a great piece of kit look no further.:thumbsup:
    P.S it looks nice to:)
     
  2. RussB

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    Do you have a link to it?

    How much and where from, am looking into a all in one for a friend so interested in this.

    Cheers,
     
  3. grifter33

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    I was looking at this system but I've decided to go for SC-HT855 as it seems to be getting positive feedback and unlike the 990 it uses a HDMI connection.
     
  4. sunjammer

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    The 855 also has the all-important optical input - essential if you want an external source, such as Sky movies in true surround sound :thumbsup:
     
  5. William123

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    Curry's have the 990 selling online for £317.00 + £7.00 postage.

    There's a £20.00 voucher out there until 26th August or thereabouts bringing it down to £304.

    I think I'll go with the 855 myself for the reasons stated by other forum members
     

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