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Coby DVD765 5.1-Channel DVD Home Theater System (Black)
- 5.1-channel progressive scan DVD player, compact and slim design, DVD, DVD±R/RW, CD, CD-R/RW, and JPEG compatible, Dolby digital decoder
- 5.1-channel audio for surround sound systems, digital and analog AV outputs for home theater use, NTSC/PAL compatible, convenient front panel
- Picture zoom function, parental lock control, AC 100-240V automatic power switching
- 5.1-channel surround sound system with 300W total output
- 5 full-range satellite speakers, subwoofer with tuned port for deep bass response
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Coby's DVD765 system brings together high-tech features, Dolby Digital audio and stylish design for the ultimate home theater experience. Compatible with all standard disc formats, this progressive scan DVD player features a super-slim design that fits easily into your home. Five full-range satellite speakers and subwoofer with tuned port deliver pounding bass and crisp highs: 300 watts of dynamic audio in 5.1-channel surround sound.
Top Customer Reviews
1. Stand on the front left speaker was snapped off.
2. only front left, and front right speakers played any sound.
3. the speakers that did work had TERRIBLE feedback screaching out of them like little caged bats were slowly dying inside of them.
4. volume control goes from silent to loud with one click of the + button.
5. AND MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL to me... no aux or mp3 input.
he comprado este equipo por su bajo precio, pero resulta que a la hora de instalarlo, solo se oyen dos de las cinco bocinas que tiene. busque en el manual en la configuracion del audio, y no vi nada que tenga que ver con la programacion del audio. asi que si es un problema de configuracion o no, no lo se, para mi es un equipo malo. que conste las conexiones fueron bien hechas ya que es facil la explicacion.