Released April, 2010
The Pros:Compact profile, doesn't need much cabinet space and the speakers are relatively small. Setup is very plug-and-play, nothing complicated about it. Power output adequate for a larger family room.
The Cons:Audio inputs only, no HDMI ports available. Passive subwoofer gives poor performance, not capable of sharp, clear or loud bass. Proprietary speaker connectors, can't replace them if they go bad.
The Samsung HT-C5500 is a 5.1-channel, 1000W home theater system featuring a central receiver, a center channel speaker, four satellite speakers and a subwoofer. The receiver features an integrated single-disc player that can handle BD, DVD, and CD discs; a built-in iPod docking station; USB, HDMI, Composite, Component, and audio ports; and support for BD Profile 2.0.
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With the purchase of an optional Wireless LAN Adaptor, users can stream Internet content from their PC or access Internet@TV services from Blockbuster, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, etc. As for its audio power, the Samsung HT-C5500 uses Noise Compensation technology to eliminate distracting distortion; plus its outfitted with a plethora of Dolby Digital codecs, including DTS HD Master Audio for hearing Blu-ray content in its original format. Additional features include wireless syncing with a mobile phone, 1080p video content, and DVD upscaling.
- 5.1-Channel Home Theater System
- Four Satellites / 1 Center / 1 Subwoofer
- Single-Disc Central Receiver
- Versatile Connectivity Options
- BD Profile 2.0
- DLNA Compliant
- WLAN Ready
- Internet@TV Services
- Wireless Phone Syncing (AllShare)
- Noise Compensation Technology
- Dolby Digital Decoding
- DVD Upscaling
- FM Radio
- Channels: 5.1
- Power: 1000W
- Capacity: 1 Disc
- Disc Support: BD, DVD, CD
- Formats: AVCHD, DivX, Xvid, MP3, WMA, WMV, JPEG
- iPod Dock
- HDMI Out
- Composite Out
- Component Out
- Audio In
- Optical In
- Dolby Digital
- Dolby Pro Logic II
- Dolby Digital Plus
- Dolby True HD
- DTS 96/24
User Reviews (1)
compact profile, doesn't need much cabinet space and the speakers are relatively small
setup is very plug-and-play, nothing complicated about it
power output adequate for a larger family room
integrated Netflix and YouTube implementations are intuitive and complete, nothing missing
compatible with most digital audio formats
audio inputs only, no HDMI ports available
passive subwoofer gives poor performance, not capable of sharp, clear or loud bass
proprietary speaker connectors, can't replace them if they go bad
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