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Panasonic SC-HT95 5-Disc DVD Home Theater System (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • Home theater-equipped compact stereo with 5-DVD/CD changer, cassette deck, radio, and 5.1-channel speaker system
  • 28 watts per channel x 2 (left/right), 44 watts x 1 (center channel), 25 wpc (surrounds), 130-watt powered subwoofer
  • Dolby Digital 5.1-channel surround decoding
  • Compatible with MP3 CDs; all requisite cabling supplied
  • 3-D Space equalization and Dialogue Enhancer let you tailor your music and movie sound to your preference
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Brand NamePanasonic
Item Weight48 pounds
Product Dimensions14.5 x 16.9 x 4.5 inches
Item model numberSC-HT95
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Output Wattage44
  
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Additional Information
ASINB0000659UA
Best Sellers Rank #299,548 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight56 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableMay 21, 2002
  
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  • Brand Name: Panasonic
  • Model: SC-HT95
  • Output Wattage: 44

Product Description

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Get dynamic, full-bodied surround sound and high-resolution images from Panasonic's stylish, high-quality SC-HT95 home theater. The system consists of a compact audio/video receiver coupled with a progressive-scanning five-disc DVD-Video/DVD-Audio changer, a five-channel speaker package, and a 135-watt powered subwoofer.

Whether your living room is currently home to an HDTV or you're merely thinking of "someday," the SC-HT95 stands ready to deliver the full potential of DVDs. Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, giving you higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts. A 10-bit, 54 MHz video digital-to-analog converter further ensures crystal-clear, vivid images from discs.

With the AV receiver, you'll get the convenience of Dolby Digital and DTS surround processing as well as compatibility with high-resolution DVD-Audio. DVD-Audio discs provide multichannel and stereo sound, incredible storage capacity, and unique bonus materials not available on regular audio CDs.

The DVD player also plays recordable CDs full of MP3 music files, providing the ability to load the changer with more than 50 consecutive hours of near-CD-quality music. For movies, Panasonic's dialogue enhancer (coupled with the system's 80-watt powered center speaker) makes human voices more intelligible, a great feature for late-night viewing when you want to keep the sound low but still follow what's being said.

What's in the Box
Home theater receiver with built-in five-DVD/CD changer, five satellite speakers, one powered subwoofer, requisite speaker wires, user's manual, warranty information.

Product Description

Home theater-equipped compact stereo with 5-DVD/CD changer, cassette deck, radio 28 watts per channel x 2 (left/right), 44 watts x 1 (center channel), 25 wpc (surrounds), 130-watt powered subwoofer Dolby Digital 5.1-channel surround decoding Compatible with MP3 CDs; all requisite cabling supplied 3-D Space equalization and Dialogue Enhancer let you tailor your music and movie sound to your preference › See more technical details

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Customer Reviews

I have now learned that my sytem will not play ANY external devices.
John S. Holder
Overall: This is a great unit, its fully loaded with all kinds of features, great image and sound quality and best of all, you get so much for so little.
Cruzer
Here goes: - The 5-disc changer is nice, but it does not use the 5-disc tray.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Wei on November 8, 2002
Wonderful crystal clear sound, got all the features I want: VCD, CD, MP3, Progressive scan, DTS, Pro Logic, 5-cd changer ... Only complain was the disk changer is sort of slow, but hey, as long as I dont have to get off the couch. :)
My 1st buy was a Panasonic SC-HT75 from circuitcity. It was nice, but the quiet rear speakers are really disappointing. Now that Amazon is selling SC-HT95 at amost the same price I paid for the SC-HT75(after the rebate for 95 and tax for the 75), I made the switch immediately. With 75, I had to turn up the rear speakers to max and turn down the front speakers to feel a hint of 'surround' sound. For 95, even at a low volumn I can vividly hear bullets flying pass by my ear! Havn't got a chance to test the progressive scan yet, which is a major feature the sc-th75 lacks.
All in all, excellent machine and powerful speakers at a great price, highly recommand it.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 15, 2002
in response to the person who posted that his mp3's would not play on this system, i have to say that they do. the problem is with him and his mp3 recording program/techniques. i go as far as saying this because this system is marvelous, i mean for the money that you are paying i would even have to say you are getting a little to much ie.
progressive scan, dts, 5.1 dolby, dolby prologic,5 cd-rw dvd-r vcd,500 watts, 180 powered subwoofer,universal controller, and some other stuff i forgot. the point being, is that you wont be dissapointed
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By R. Giverts on January 30, 2003
I have always been wary of these 'home theater-in-a-box' systems. I consider myself to be an audiophile, and only the best (usually meaning most expensive) components will do. Alas, I do not have that kind of money, nor did it matter since this was a gift to my parents for their 30th wedding anniversary. All I can say is that my stance on these systems may have to be adjusted somewhat.
I spent many an hour checking online reviews and checking other customer reviews on many different systems. I knew my price range, which was about $400. Finally, after the advice of a salesman at a local store (he mentioned that anyone who buys the Sony systems almost always returns them), I decided to get this system from Panasonic. The setup was pretty straightforward, and I managed to hook up the TV, cable box, and VCR without much difficulty.
When I popped in a DTS encoded DVD, I saw why this was such a good system. The speakers are clear and crisp, and the subwoofer, although a passive sub, was distinct and deep. For a budget system, this is about the best sounding package I had ever heard. Music plays well through the speakers, and it has enough power to fill a medium sized room with sound.
The 5-disc changer is a huge plus, although it has a somewhat noisy and slow moving changing mechanism (not that I care as long as it works). The display is bright and readable, although the surface reflects much of the light and can be a bit rough to discern at times. Some other reviewers have complained of humming from the speakers, but it's not due to the speaker quality. That is caused by electromagnetic interference, which creeps in when you plug the unit straight into the wall, or use a cheap and shoddy surge protector. Having used this system extensively, I have yet to hear any humming.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 12, 2002
I read over the other reviews prior to buying this product. One mentioned a humming sound. I heard the same thing, but only because I was looking for it. My wife didn't notice it at all. You can only really hear it when there is a lull in the sound while watching a DVD. Doesn't bother me enough to return it.
For the money this system is excellent...progressive scan, lots of power, and easy setup.
For [the price], it's hard to beat!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Conspicuous Consumer on February 28, 2003
Sure there are better systems out there, but not at this price. Considering all the great features you get, it's an incredible bargain. The sound is very rich and full, and undistorted all the way up to full volume. There are a few DVDs that the sound is sort of low, and on these rare titles even full volume is too low for me in my family room, but that is the exception rather than the rule. Plenty of floor-shaking base, and the subwoofer level control is nice.
A few squacks that I have heard that I have to take exception with:
- Speaker wires too short? They were plenty long for my 25' deep room. Remember that the surround speakers don't go on the back wall, they go towards the back of the side walls, facing each other. If the wires are still too short, your room is probably too big for this system.
- Hum at low sound levels? Never heard any, and I was listening for it. Get a good home theater surge protector / line filter...P>- Progressive scan doesn't make a difference using S-Video? This is by design. You have to use component video connections to reap the benefits of progressive scan.
- Surround volume too low? Try watching Ice Age, and see if you still think so. Most movies don't use the surrounds that much. It's not a problem with the unit as far as I can see. You can increase the rear volume a little, if you want, by using the Seating Position control.
Some squacks I agree with:
- Problems playing MP3's. If I put in an MP3 CD with 150 tracks, the player shows about 220 tracks. Also, you have no option but to play the tracks sequentially, or recall them by number.
- Display is a bit hard to read from a distance.
- The speakers sound good, but look cheap/plastic-y. This system was not designed by an interior decorator.
In summary, if this is your price range, you won't do any better than this system. I'm very satisfied with mine. The quibbles are all minor.
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