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Depends how good the singer is.
By Fodder on July 7, 2014
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I think it is the best seller because it is a great system for a decent price. The 700 watts is plenty powerful. I have a smaller-mid size livingroom and it is way too loud even at half volume. The no dvd/bluray player and no wifi isn't an issue because you can get a wifi ready bluray for $50 bucks or less and from wha… see more I think it is the best seller because it is a great system for a decent price. The 700 watts is plenty powerful. I have a smaller-mid size livingroom and it is way too loud even at half volume. The no dvd/bluray player and no wifi isn't an issue because you can get a wifi ready bluray for $50 bucks or less and from what I have read, the systems that have the bluray player included, which acts as the receiver, aren't as good/powerful as a system with just a receiver. I love it because everything plugs directly into the receiver and I have one HDMI cable going to the TV. I am extremely happy with this system and would recommend it to anyone. see less I think it is the best seller because it is a great system for a decent price. The 700 watts is plenty powerful. I have a smaller-mid size livingroom and it is way too loud even at half volume. The no dvd/bluray player and no wifi isn't an issue because you can get a wifi ready bluray for $50 bucks or less and from what I have read, the systems that have the bluray player included, which acts as the receiver, aren't as good/powerful as a system with just a receiver. I love it because everything plugs directly into the receiver and I have one HDMI cable going to the TV. I am extremely happy with this system and would recommend it to anyone.
By MelissaC on February 7, 2014
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Yes...It pretty much has Digital in Coaxial and 2 Optical Jacks, component and composite video jacks as well as 4 HDMI inputs for pre-set components including "game". Pretty much everything. Once connected there are numerous 5.1 channel sound settings for Dolby Pro Logic II, DTS and Neo: 6 modes for various components.… see more Yes...It pretty much has Digital in Coaxial and 2 Optical Jacks, component and composite video jacks as well as 4 HDMI inputs for pre-set components including "game". Pretty much everything. Once connected there are numerous 5.1 channel sound settings for Dolby Pro Logic II, DTS and Neo: 6 modes for various components. You may want to look up the HT-S3500 manual at Onkyo to further review. see less Yes...It pretty much has Digital in Coaxial and 2 Optical Jacks, component and composite video jacks as well as 4 HDMI inputs for pre-set components including "game". Pretty much everything. Once connected there are numerous 5.1 channel sound settings for Dolby Pro Logic II, DTS and Neo: 6 modes for various components. You may want to look up the HT-S3500 manual at Onkyo to further review.
By Jwho? on July 28, 2013
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No sure. Does a wireless system use Bluetooth or some other form of siginal. It has your typical wired inputs. I have a seperate wireless system and with a little tweaking I am sure I could use the speakers in a wireless fashion. Out of box it will not allow you to use wirelessly.
By J. Bell on January 6, 2013
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You can't really solve it. The heat is a byproduct of the amplifier. You can search here for USB powered fans that will sit on top of the unit and add additional cooling that work nicely and plug right into the USB port on the front for around 15$. In a properly vented area, without a fan, the heat isn't burning. It's … see more You can't really solve it. The heat is a byproduct of the amplifier. You can search here for USB powered fans that will sit on top of the unit and add additional cooling that work nicely and plug right into the USB port on the front for around 15$. In a properly vented area, without a fan, the heat isn't burning. It's more along the lines of a heating pad on low, or medium after prolonged use. Its only when the unit isn't vented properly that the heat gets to the higher temps of say "high" on a heating pad, or hotter, but even then chances are it won't get hot enough to burn skin unless you hold your hand on it, for an adult at least younger kids might not feel the same. Its worth mentioning that with proper ventilation this unit is fine, after all it wasn't designed to be a grill, it's only through neglect that the heat becomes an issue and even then the receiver will likely break from the heat before it becomes a safety hazard. see less You can't really solve it. The heat is a byproduct of the amplifier. You can search here for USB powered fans that will sit on top of the unit and add additional cooling that work nicely and plug right into the USB port on the front for around 15$. In a properly vented area, without a fan, the heat isn't burning. It's more along the lines of a heating pad on low, or medium after prolonged use. Its only when the unit isn't vented properly that the heat gets to the higher temps of say "high" on a heating pad, or hotter, but even then chances are it won't get hot enough to burn skin unless you hold your hand on it, for an adult at least younger kids might not feel the same. Its worth mentioning that with proper ventilation this unit is fine, after all it wasn't designed to be a grill, it's only through neglect that the heat becomes an issue and even then the receiver will likely break from the heat before it becomes a safety hazard.
By C. Daniel on September 11, 2013
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Yes this unit has am and fm tuner. The included fm antennae is adequate.
By Glenn Mumper on November 17, 2013
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Its a receiver and speakers. It just does the sound
By Fodder on October 12, 2014
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I used these mounts http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002WN1GOW/ref=oh_details_o03_s00_i01?ie=UTF8&psc=1 and mounted them on the ceiling.
By orabbi on November 30, 2013
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Yes, in fact, for example I run my Xbox and PC to the HDMI-in ports and have one HDMI that goes to my TV from the receiver. If I want to hear one or the other, I have to have it selected on the receiver. The power to the receiver has to be on for anything to work (video or sound).
By DashingSimple on May 10, 2013
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There is no dynamic audio options that im aware of (not sure if thats the term but what I mean is it doesnt keep audio levels at the same volume no matter if its quiet or loud).
That said, my wife hates loud sounds and I love loud audio but we are both satisfied with this HTIB. If you jack up the woofer then you may … see more
There is no dynamic audio options that im aware of (not sure if thats the term but what I mean is it doesnt keep audio levels at the same volume no matter if its quiet or loud).
That said, my wife hates loud sounds and I love loud audio but we are both satisfied with this HTIB. If you jack up the woofer then you may experience some louder than normal "loud scenes" but overall its decent. Sometimes the quiets are too quiet for me but I have harder hearing plus it would depend on your speaker setup and location.
At the end of the day, I rarely fiddle with volume control see less
There is no dynamic audio options that im aware of (not sure if thats the term but what I mean is it doesnt keep audio levels at the same volume no matter if its quiet or loud).
That said, my wife hates loud sounds and I love loud audio but we are both satisfied with this HTIB. If you jack up the woofer then you may experience some louder than normal "loud scenes" but overall its decent. Sometimes the quiets are too quiet for me but I have harder hearing plus it would depend on your speaker setup and location.
At the end of the day, I rarely fiddle with volume control

By Mike on January 12, 2015