Panasonic 3D Blu-ray Home Theatre Sound System (SC-BTT755) Review

With a day to spare, I have completed the review video for the Panasonic SC-BTT75 3D Blu-ray Home Theatre Sound System. I received this system back in December last year and have put it through its paces across a range of activities including:

  • CD audio playback,
  • DVD videos,
  • Blu-ray videos (3D and standard videos),
  • regular television (primarily through the Foxtel IQ2),
  • console gaming (primarily with the PlayStation 3),
  • PC gaming.

As with previous videos it is available in high definition for those of you who would like to watch in the best possible resolution.

Some of the points I cover include:

  • similarities between this home theatre system and the Panasonic DMP-BDT300GN 3D Blu-ray Player,
  • audio and video quality,
  • DLNA functionality,
  • Viera Cast functionality and its relativity to the functionality found in the Panasonic Viera televisions,
  • rear speaker setup options,
  • Audio Return Channel (ARC) functionality.

As with the Panasonic Viera TH-P50VT20A Plasma 3D Television this unit is compatible with the Wi-Fi USB dongle that comes included with the Pansonic DMP-BDT300GN 3D Blu-ray Player.

Don’t forget, you can also check out the unboxing and preview videos if you haven’t already seen them.


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  1. When hooked up to a Panasonic Vierra, is it possible to record programmes either ahead of time or instant to this device or an external hdd via usb or similar

    1. The Panasonic Viera televisions do have native recording capability when used with a USB hard drive but the home theatre system itself does not provide this functionality. Only the Panasonic televisions and Blu-ray recorders are able to instant record or schedule a recording using the electronic program guide.

  1. […] a while between receiving this unit and being able to unbox it but I was waiting to sell the old SC-BTT755 home theatre system so I didn’t have the house cluttered […]

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