Released March, 2010
The Pros:LAN connection accesses not only a wide range of streaming services, but also a number of social media sites. Media compatibility is widely varied, accepts a good range of file formats and disc formats. LAN connection supports a wide range of streaming services and social networking sites.
The Cons:Only 2 HDMI inputs, no composite or component support. Wireless connection is unstable, streaming often locks up. Rear speakers are wired, making setup awkward.
The Samsung HT-C6600 is a 5.1-channel, 1000W home theater system featuring a central receiver, a center channel speaker, four satellite speakers and a subwoofer. As an upgrade from the HT-C5500, the Samsung HT-C6600 is compatible with 3D Blu-ray discs and television programs, although a separately purchased pair of Samsung 3D Active Glasses is required.
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Like its predecessor, the system hosts a single-disc BD, DVD, and CD slot; a built-in iPod docking station; USB, HDMI, Composite, Component, and audio ports; and support for BD Profile 2.0. 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. Additional features include a plethora of Dolby Digital / DTS codecs, and support for full 1080p high-definition video content.
- 5.1-Channel Home Theater System
- Four Satellites / 1 Subwoofer
- 3D Content Compatibility
- 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
- 1 HDMI Out and 2 HDMI Inputs
- 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 (5)
LAN connection accesses not only a wide range of streaming services, but also a number of social media sites
media compatibility is widely varied, accepts a good range of file formats and disc formats
LAN connection supports a wide range of streaming services and social networking sites
DVD upscaling is handled well, looks properly HD
only 2 HDMI inputs, no composite or component support
wireless connection is unstable, streaming often locks up
rear speakers are wired, making setup awkward
glossy finish tends to gather dust and fingerprints quickly
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