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Panasonic SCHTB370 2.1-Channel 240-Watt Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer

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  • Wireless Music Streaming with Bluetooth
  • Built in Subwoofer with dual woofer design
  • Multi-Positional Speaker Layout
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  • Brand Name: Panasonic
  • Model Number: SCHTB370
  • Output Wattage: 1000 Watts
  • Tuner Technology: Internet Radio

Product Description

Panasonic High Quality Channel Soundbar with Built in Subwoofer with dual woofer design

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Technical Details
Brand NamePanasonic
Item Weight22 pounds
Product Dimensions18 x 13 x 22 inches
Item model numberSCHTB370
Output Wattage1000 watts
Specification MetEnergy Star Compliant
Speaker TypeSoundbar
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Shipping Weight22 pounds
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Date First AvailableMarch 1, 2013
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81 of 86 people found the following review helpful By David on May 15, 2013
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I am impressed by this little setup. I got a 2.1 soundbar system primarily because I didn't want to bother running cables all over the place, so I also appreciate the wireless subwoofer. Setup was extremely simple, though I had to manually program the remote commands into my Logitech Harmony remote. The break-out box that this system comes with is a bit unique among soundbar solutions, but there's a good reason for it: the soundbar can be split into separate left and right channels! That was one of the primary reasons I went with this system instead of another 2.1 soundbar. The widest soundbars are only about 42", whereas my 70" TV is well over 60" wide. Allowing the soundbar to split into traditional satellite speakers was a huge benefit to me both aesthetically and for the sake of getting decent stereo sound.

Speaking of sound, these speakers are as good as can be expected. They are leaps and bounds better than built-in TV speakers, but they're not high-end either. To my untrained ear, they sounded a bit muted in the middle of the frequency range when compared to my studio monitors. Still, for the size and price, I'm perfectly happy with the sound quality. I was a bit worried about wireless subwoofers, but I haven't noticed any lag or connection issues after about three weeks of ownership. The subwoofer automatically connects to the rest of the system when it's turned on and there was *zero* configuration necessary to make that happen. Great!

The final nice thing about these speakers is the design itself. They are very modern looking, and the speaker wires are excellently hidden so they come out the side of the base (when configured as satellites) and are completely invisible when viewed from most angles.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Wickham on November 16, 2013
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Does just what I had hoped it would do for me. It isn't a high level perfect sound reproducer, but from the specs one could not expect it to satisfy the hardened audiophile. What it does do is make the flat TV sound much better. Before I could only really hear my Panasonic 47" flat screen if the sound was at maximum volume, and then the sound was poor, thin, and tinny. It was okay for the news or a talk show, but not for movies, or music. This provides ample volume for my living room (18x22), and the subwoofer adds a nice low line which brings out the lows, and boomers in needed areas. Simple set up and offerings for several ways to do it. Stand separately, or as one long sound bar, or wall mounted in one or two pieces. The wireless subwoofer connected with the base unit without trouble.
Again, it is not a powerful home theater set up, but it is a huge improvement over the TV speakers. The TV is very thin, and they can't place big enough speakers in the space given. But for the money, compared to hundreds of dollars to thousands of dollars for a sophisticated system, I think most home viewers will find it more than satisfactory. If you need to shake the walls, feel your ears bleed, or tick off the neighbors you may want to look elsewhere. I'm happy with it, would recommend it to others.
The only regret, or shortcoming to me is you need to shut off the subwoofer separately from the main unit, and it is a button on the back. But I remember TV's before remotes and push buttons, so taking a walk over to the unit to turn it off isn't too labor intensive for me, but I have become spoiled and wish it was not so.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Steven D. Smith on August 5, 2013
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Companion sound system to several new Panasonic flat panel displays. Simple design, easy setup from simple instructions. It actually took longer to decide what style (positioning) to place the equipment than it took to get it working.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Jon F. Peterson on June 20, 2013
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Best purchase I have made on line for a long time. Does exactly what it was advertised to do and with the split possibilities and the option as a single sound bar makes this very versatile.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A. Willard on September 18, 2013
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The sound system arrived last week and I see a 25% increase in the Amazon price since the arrival - $197 to $249 - yikes! One positive side of the price increase is that you won't have to pay 15% of the purchase price for an optical-audio cable. No where in the literature accompanying the system is it mentioned that you'll have to purchase this ($29 at Best Buy) cable. System sounds fine and the wireless link to the sub woofer is neat. Wish that there was a way to integrate the sound system into the Comcast remote instead of just tossing another remote onto the coffee table though.

May 30 2014 update. Have used this system for nearly ten months now. We are well pleased with the sound quality. Would have liked to integrate this into one less remote but haven't yet found this possible (not really the system's fault, I guess). I'm writing this addition to point out one frustration we're experiencing. The path for the remote's IR signal is very, very, very narrow! Frustratingly so. This and the rest of the video system are located in a dedicated cabinet behind glass doors. Every other part of the system responds immediately after the first attempt but the Panasonic speaker system requires contortions and several attempts before the devices 'connect'. Don't understand why Panasonic 'cheaped out' with the IR signal strength.
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