Samsung HT-Q40 Home Theater System

DVD Receiver, 5.1 Speakers - 5 Discs - Progressive Scan - 800W RMS - Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic, DTS - MPN: HTQ40
Product Details
Description
Samsung's versatile HT-Q40 Home Theater Audio System delivers 800 watts of audio power through 5.1 channels, enhanced by Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic and DTS decoders. The full featured unit offers the convenience of a 5-disc changer, as well as improved USB Host Play, which lets you plug and play your portable digital devices without loading software all enhanced by progressive scan technology. Many audio & video formats are supported, including MP3, WMA, MPEG, DivX, and JPEG.
Quick Glance
Sound Supported Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic, DTS
Interface Connection USB Yes, Component Video Yes
Product Type Home Theater System
Speaker Channels 5.1
Included Components DVD Player
User Reviews
Absolute Rubbish
1 Star Review     

Strengths: looks pretty

Weakness: Tray mechanism doesnt work so you cant play DVDs. Firts time out of the box and it ate one of my DVDS ... then the trwy would close properly .. plus the tray makes noise

Everything else works fine ... sound is good ... but whats the point if you cant load or play DVDS RUBBISH Cant even get the bloddy thing fixed cause its too much to ship

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HT-Q40
5 Star Review   By member Lost1anguage - Dec 12, 2006   

Strengths: Progressive scan DVD Player, 5 disk changer 5.1 channel output, Good Home theater under $250 Bucks!!!!

Weakness: Not that powerfull cannot fill a HUGE space. No RCA audio output Jacks. No custom equilizer but several different settings.

There isn't that much bad to say about this unit. It's small but I have it in a 11X17 living room and I am VERY pleased with the sound output that it provides. Also it has a standard speaker connection unlike its closest competitors so if you damage or want to upgrade the speakers you're able to (say if you needed more bass and wanted to add a bigger subwoofer to it). In brands like sony, panasonic etc their HTIB systems have special speaker connections where the speaker wire connects to the unit so you CAN'T upgrade/swap out the speakers without buying or fabricating a special connection piece.

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Product Details
Description
Samsung's versatile HT-Q40 Home Theater Audio System delivers 800 watts of audio power through 5.1 channels, enhanced by Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic and DTS decoders. The full featured unit offers the convenience of a 5-disc changer, as well as improved USB Host Play, which lets you plug and play your portable digital devices without loading software all enhanced by progressive scan technology. Many audio & video formats are supported, including MP3, WMA, MPEG, DivX, and JPEG.
Quick Glance
Sound Supported Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic, DTS
Interface Connection USB Yes, Component Video Yes
Product Type Home Theater System
Speaker Channels 5.1
Included Components DVD Player
Summary
Product Title Samsung HT-Q40 Home Theater System
Manufacturer Samsung
Power Score 3.0 | 2 Reviews
Amplification
Power Output: 800 W (RMS)
Watts Subwoofer: 135 W
Watts per Channel: 133 W/channel
Included Devices
Number of Discs Supported: 5
Compatibility
Audio Codecs Supported: MP3, WMA
Video Format: DivX, DVD Video, MPEG
System Features
Audio Features: Calibration w/ Mic, Dialogue Channel Enhancer, Digital Sound Processing (DSP)
General
Dimensions: 3" Height x 16.90" Width x 15" Depth - DVD Receiver, 5.90" Height x 3.50" Width x 3.50" Depth - Front Speaker, 3.50" Height x 7.90" Width x 3.60" Depth - Center Speaker, 5.90" Height x 3.50" Width x 3.50" Depth - Rear Speaker, 12.60" Height x 6.90" Width x 15" Depth - Subwoofer
Warranty
Warranty Information: 1 Year
More Info
URL: Manufacturer Link
Additional Specifications
Audio Decoding: Dolby Digital (5.1), Dolby Pro Logic II, DTS (5.1)
Number of FM Presets: 20
Number of Station Presets: 30
Media Format Support: DVD Video, MPEG, MP3, DivX, WMA, JPEG
Output: A/V (RCA Composite), Component Video, S-Video
Weight: 1.40 lbs - Center Speaker, 1.30 lbs - Front Speaker, 1.10 lbs - Rear Speaker, 11.30 lbs - Subwoofer, 11.00 lbs - Video Disc Player
Number of DVDs Supported: 5
Overall Max Frequency Response: 20 kHz
Number of AM Presets: 10
Other Media Supported: DVD-RW - Play, CD-RW - Play
Number of CDs Supported: 5
Remote Control: Basic Remote, Illuminated Remote
Virtual Surround Sound Technology: Dolby Pro Logic II
Input: Audio - Digital Optical, Audio - Line In (RCA), Component Video, USB - Universal Serial Bus (Unspecified)
DVD Features: JPEG Support, Progressive Scan
Overall Min Frequency Response: 20 Hz
Speaker Configuration: Five Speakers and Sub-Woofer (5.1)
CD Features: Repeat, Shuffle Mode
Total Number of Speakers (Includes Subwoofer): 6
Video Output: Component Video, Composite (RCA), S-Video
Audio Output: 5.1-Channel RCA (Decoded), Headphone Out (1/8" Mini)
User Reviews
Absolute Rubbish
1 Star Review     

Strengths: looks pretty

Weakness: Tray mechanism doesnt work so you cant play DVDs. Firts time out of the box and it ate one of my DVDS ... then the trwy would close properly .. plus the tray makes noise

Everything else works fine ... sound is good ... but whats the point if you cant load or play DVDS RUBBISH Cant even get the bloddy thing fixed cause its too much to ship

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HT-Q40
5 Star Review   By member Lost1anguage - Dec 12, 2006   

Strengths: Progressive scan DVD Player, 5 disk changer 5.1 channel output, Good Home theater under $250 Bucks!!!!

Weakness: Not that powerfull cannot fill a HUGE space. No RCA audio output Jacks. No custom equilizer but several different settings.

There isn't that much bad to say about this unit. It's small but I have it in a 11X17 living room and I am VERY pleased with the sound output that it provides. Also it has a standard speaker connection unlike its closest competitors so if you damage or want to upgrade the speakers you're able to (say if you needed more bass and wanted to add a bigger subwoofer to it). In brands like sony, panasonic etc their HTIB systems have special speaker connections where the speaker wire connects to the unit so you CAN'T upgrade/swap out the speakers without buying or fabricating a special connection piece.

100% of readers found this review helpful.

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