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RCA RT151 Home Theater System
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- 80W surround system with five speakers and amplifier/subwoofer
- Amplifier, audio jacks and controls are built into the subwoofer; two sets of RCA-type audio inputs on rear
- Compatible with DVD/CD players, computers and game consoles, satellite/cable boxes and most TVs
- Line-in audio jack on front - for iPod and other portable audio players
- Easy color-coded speaker setup
- 80W surround system with five speakers, subwoofer, and amplifier
- Amplifier, audio jacks and controls are built into the subwoofer
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|Item Dimensions||15 x 20 x 21 in||15 x 17.4 x 11.1 in||16 x 11.25 x 11.25 in||21.5 x 11.75 x 12.75 in|
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I was a little worried when I opened the box and saw how tiny all the speakers were, but they produce very big sound for their size. Anyone who wants thundering bass that will rattle the walls should definitely look elsewhere but if you are living in an apartment, this unit should be more than sufficient for your needs. It sounds absolutely great for what it is - a budget priced surround system.
I don't understand the people who have mentioned needing to augment these speakers with their TV sound. I think that they must have the speakers hooked up wrong or have the individual channels (front, center, sub-woofer and rear) turned down, so the master volume isn't giving them what they need. I can only turn the volume up about half-way before I start to worry about my neighbors, so I'm clearly getting something different out of my set-up. I don't think I'm just being overly courteous either - at full volume, with the doors closed, the system can be heard fairly easily from the courtyard/hallway outside of my apartment. With the standard settings, the rear channel is a little quiet for my taste, but since there is individual control for the different channels, it is very easy to adjust.
The biggest problem with the system is that there are only two composite inputs and one front facing "line-in" portable audio input.Read more ›
-plenty of power
-3 channels two RCA in rear and a headphone jack in front for ipod
-independent mute and volume control for Front, Center, Rear, and Sub
-Regular speaker wire inputs in rear of sub, so you can use different speakers eventually.
-easy set up
-decent sound for the price range
-no areas to attach mounts to speakers, have to drill into them.
-no independent control for each speaker. front two are together and rear two are together.
-limited sub control(had to rearrange the equalizer on our tv to get more out of it)
-speaker wire could be longer but I just ordered more to extend it.
overall probably should be paying closer to $100 for this set
and at $56 it's a deal
Not the best but great for the money
I rate it my best buy so far of 2010
Searching Amazon I found the RCA RT151 system. Cheap and highly rated. You don't see that a lot. I ordered.
System arrived, I opened package, scattered speakers around in semi-appropriate locations, hooked up input cable and applied power. The result was a lot of audio without any bass. Totally woofless. Using skills honed through 45 years of electronic trouble shooting, I lighly slapped the side of woofer enclosure. It worked.....for a few seconds. During those few seconds it was five stars. Told Amazon to send a replacement.
Excellent audio performance for the money. Much better than original tv speakers. Wife is happy.
I suggest the following unpacking/troubleshooting steps.
Remove main enclosure and connect it to your tv and power it up. If your tv is like mine you will now have a 2.1 system consisting of your tv speakers and the bass unit. Should sound better already. Let it run for 30 minutes to an hour. If there are no problems take the next step.
Remove ONE small speaker and use it to confirm the remaining 5 channels are working by connecting this speaker to each channel in turn. If system passes this test, complete installation. If it doesn't pass, you have a minimum amount of re-packing to do.
Edit: As this is a surround sound system the back channels may appear to have low audio levels on a lot of sound sources.
Many people have said that this is not a surround sound system. What it is not is a DISCRETE surround sound system.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
received in the sealed box. 1 speaker didn't work. I didn't expect too much from this system when I ordered it. But all the pieces/parts should worked.Published 28 days ago by Eldy Smith
This little unit puts out good sound for our small living room. My husband has a hard time hearing and this works great for our purpose. Read morePublished 2 months ago by is
EXCELLENT AND POWERFUL LITTLE SYSTEM AND EASY SET UP IT ONLY TAKEN ME 5 MINUTES OR SO TO SET UP SOUND QUALITY IS GREAT TOO !! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gary DeMoranville
I think it's really great I have it in my bedroom, And it pumps out great quality sound for that space... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Haaziq
I SET I UP IN MY DEN. GREAT SOUND . 3 INPUT MAKE IT GOOD FOR TV COMPUTER ALL HAND DEVICES. LOVE ITPublished 5 months ago by timothy skinner