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Samsung HT-TX72 DVD Home Theater System

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Samsung HT-TX72 DVD Home Theater System

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Product Description of “Samsung HT-TX72 DVD Home Theater System”

Imagine the allure of 1200 watts of audio power. Samsung’s elegant HT-X72 Home Theater Audio System offers industry leading power, enhanced by Dolby Digital® and Dolby Pro Logic® 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 technologyImagine the allure of 1200 watts of audio power. Samsung’s elegant HT-X72 Home Theater Audio System offers industry leading power, enhanced by Dolby Digital and Dolby Pro Logic 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. You will be delighted with the superior non-interlaced images sent to the latest digital television receivers giving you unparalleled image quality. Additionally, with the ability to go wireless you can expand your system to achieve the ultimate surround sound experience without the need to figure out how to hide those unsightly wires.

Spesification of “Samsung HT-TX72 DVD Home Theater System” are :

  • 1200 watts of total power
  • HDMI input and output with 1080i upconversion and CEC
  • USB Host with JPEG, MP3, WMA, and DivX support
  • XM satellite radio ready
  • Wireless ready

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  1. A. VARDI says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Died after a 10 months, August 3, 2008
    By 
    A. VARDI
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    This review is from: Samsung HT-TX72 DVD Home Theater System (Electronics)

    I was fairly happy with this product until it died after having owned it for about 10 months. At first, I noticed that the fan stopped working, and then the unit would shut down by itself 5 minutes after turning it on. I opened it out of curiosity and noticed a capacitor had burned inside (looked like popcorn). Not sure what to think of a product that died so quickly. Maybe it’s just an isolate incident but I guess it’s still worth sharing. Good luck!

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  2. crueber "crueber" says:
    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent value with many hookup options, September 18, 2007
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    crueber “crueber” (Oregon) –

    This review is from: Samsung HT-TX72 DVD Home Theater System (Electronics)

    Great system for a great price at $339. Speakers produce great sound and the add-on (SWA-3000) for wireless rear speakers round it out. The reason I bought this system was for a 2nd home theater in our bonus room, where I was trying to save money by getting a HTIB rather than spending lots of $ on separate components and speakers. The thing I had trouble finding was something that would handle multiple digital inputs/outputs … this system fit the bill without spending a fortune.

    Opposed to one of the other comments on this system, it DOES upconvert to 1080i nicely…I’ve seen better upconvert DVD players, but not in a HTIB.

    Very happy and satisfied with purchase…only reason I’m giving it 4 stars instead of 5 is the documentation; it’s not terrible but it’s too high-level for someone who know their way around an A/V setup … would have given it a 4.5 if possible.

    My Configuration: Toshiba 42″ LCD 1080p (42HL167); DishNetwork HD/DVR Satellite Rec’r (Vip622); Samsung HTIB (HT-TX72); Xbox360; Xbox; iPod dock.

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  3. Hazmat_Shazam says:
    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    It’s okay, but nothing special., January 9, 2008
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    Hazmat_Shazam (Louisville, Kentucky United States) –

    This review is from: Samsung HT-TX72 DVD Home Theater System (Electronics)

    I recently purchased this system when it’s price was sub $300 and I’m glad I didn’t pay any more for it.
    The system kicks out a MAJOR PUNCH in the sound department, with deep bass that will rumble the room thanks to it’s HUGE subwoofer. It’s as big as a PC tower case and blasts!
    Sadly, you have to have it blast if you want to hear anything. There are few controls for the sound levels and trying to listen as low volumes was worse audio quality than listening to the TV with it’s built in speakers.
    The system is either too quiet to hear anything but voices, or too loud to hear anything other than boom.
    Also, when in stereo mode, the back speakers shut off. There is one option that will do stereo with them on (Matrix Mode) but it tries to separate sounds and ends up with the speakers just making some noises sometimes and is a bit disconcerting.
    The upconverting DVD player looks pretty poor on a high def television. There also is no difference with upscale from 480p to 1080i, it’s just as blocky. If you’ve not seen a better upscaler (as found in the PS3 for example) then it might look okay, albeit blocky, but if you have seen a better one you won’t be able to watch DVD’s on your HDTV with this without feeling as if you’re missing something.
    Lastly… the fan. After a while a fan inside the receiver will kick in. This thing is LOUD. That shouldn’t happen on a sound system – having something that makes listening to things worse.
    Overall, I’m very dissapointed in this product and suggest you look elsewhere for a home theater system. I’m considering returning this item and wished I’d read a review like this first, so I’d know to stay away.

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