expired Panasonic SCBTT790 Full-HD 3D Blu-Ray Home Theatre System $384.50 [Click+Collect] @DJ (RRP $799)

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Bargain price for a Full HD 3D Blu-Ray Home Theatre System with a well known brand & great features.
Further $15 can be deducted if you use Welcome & treatme5coupon codes separately.
Click+Collect only..

This premium Full-HD 3D Blu-ray Disc™ home theatre system showcases advanced technologies to reproduce cinema-like surround sound to skilfully match both 3D and 2D images. The VIERA Connect platform to expand your home entertainment content, in addition to a number of great features like smartphone remote control, DLNA capability, built-in Wi-Fi, and integrated dock for iPod® or iPhone

RRP $799 + 2 reviews
Price watch 1 $600+
Price watch 2 $600+
Minimum price+shipping I found on web $500

Main features:

  • 5 speakers (2 front, 2 rear, 1 centre), subwoofer and Blu-ray player
  • Advanced Sound Technologies
  • 3D Cinema Surround
  • Built in Wi-Fi and DNLA connectivity
  • Smartphone remote control and VIERA Link

Specifications

Note:
Not available for online delivery
[Click + collect] option available in many stores
Coupon codes works for click+collect as well.

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    Good deal

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    Out of stock in SA, all 3 stores.

  • +3 votes

    Bondi Junction In Stock
    Burwood In Stock
    Macarthur Square In Stock
    Miranda In Stock
    Parramatta In Stock

    • +2 votes

      Bondi Junction In Stock
      Burwood In Stock
      Macarthur Square In Stock
      Miranda In Stock
      Parramatta In Stock
      Tuggerah NSW In Stock
      Woden ACT, 2606 In Stock

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        they still have some stock in Parramatta

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    Out of stock all stores in WA.

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      out of stock all stores in QLD.

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    Are these good?

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      that's what jv said lol

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      I've had an SC-BTT490 for a few months and I'm quite pleased with its the price/performance though it was cheaper and I paid for extra warranty (due to past experiences in the past with such goods). You might want to check/compare features HDMI in was critical for me.

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        How much cheaper did you get it for?

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          From memory around $298 from Dick Smith excluding the extended warranty for which I paid extra.

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          I've just picked mine up, there was one problem with it. That one of the speakers doesnt work =( ill be going back to the store and getting that one speaker replaced

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    Bought from Bondi. Just what I had been looking for. Thanks OP

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    stock in castle hill - thanks op!

  • +2 votes

    What does "Full HD" mean here? No monitor included.

    Is there really such a thing as a BD player without HD?

    • -2 votes

      Full HD indicates upto 1080 resolution
      and HD is 720

      • +4 votes

        In Australia, 576p counts as HD :-)

        But you completely avoided my question.
        You might as well say it is colour since every BD player is "full" HD. No such thing as a 720p-only one, is there??

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    Got one to collect tomorrow, thanks!

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    Awesome! Thank you!

  • +2 votes

    This is a great little HTIB (home theatre in a box), and it comes with the wireless rear adapter kit (SH-FX71) which some don't.

    It is the old model though. The new ones are the SC-BTT880 and the SC-BTT480 (although both the newer models have a lower RRP and can be purchased more cheaply from stores stocking both).

    For those who don't have stock near them, I suggest trying to price match Big Brown Box, Price Pirate or Appliance Online (they might have stock and be willing to come to the party).

    Good deal.

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    Thanks just ordered one.

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    FYI i called the store I'm picking up from, and they've said I can come and get it today.

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    Is the Panasonic Pana Scxh70gnk Dvd 5.1ch Home Theatre System from DJ for $114.50 worth it for those who can't find stock in their state? I just need more then the TV, but the room isn't conducive to some $$$ system. I have a pana tv, so this/or the above deal should pair nicely for my basic setup. I do run HDMI from my pc to my tv at the moment.

    EDIT Both coupons work so the price drops to $99.50 pickup.

    EDIT Specs here: http://www.panasonic.com.au/Products+Archive/Home+theatre/Ho...

    • +1 vote

      Big difference is this is a DVD system not BluRay.

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    I prefer these speakers as they have wireless rear speakers (no ugly cables running on the ground)

    http://www.jbhifi.com.au/home-theatre/samsung/7-1ch-1330w-3d...

    Was $446 boxing day sale last year (see link below). Also $445 at harvey norman around the same time.
    http://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/88915

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      I got them for $445 from Harvey Norman, but that was a price error.

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        price error for both Jb hifi and harvey norman boxing day sale? it was advertised 50% off
        JB hifi advertised $446 and Harvey norman advertised $445 - so your saying one retailer made a price error and the other retailer had to beat them?

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      This Panasonic system has wireless back speakers too.

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        my bad. so it does.

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    Only glen waverley in VIC had stock and looks like I bought the last one. Cheers OP.

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      I rang them at 1:30pm today and they said they didn't have any. They said Doncaster and Bourke Street both had 3 each.

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        I ordered online click and collect, my payment went through and received email confirmation.

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          I hope everything does well for you. He clearly told me he sold the last one last night and that they only had stock of the SC-BTT880GNK and then kindly told me which stores were still carrying stock.

          Just make sure you ring in the morning before leaving for the store.

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          Will do, thanks. I live 50kms away from glen waverly, won't be going all the way to return empty handed.

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          I think I saw your order there. Looks like all the components were wrapped in bubble wrap.

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          Hehe do you work/live nearby?

          Yeah that was mine, picked up this arvo.

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          I picked up my order for something different around 1:30pm. Why was it all out of the box?

  • +4 votes

    I bought one when I bought my Pana ST60 TV.

    Less than impressed and have let Panasonic know. I use it for ARC (Audio Return Channel) from the TV, TiVo and Apple TV input viewing.

    Every time you turn the device on you have to click the stupid little source select button to slowly cycle to the input you want, there is not a direct source select button.

    Centre Channel sound is muddy & quiet when viewing ripped 2 channel BluRay MP4 files. Voices are quiet and other audio is loud. Pisses off the family as you have to crank it to hear what people are saying.

    Good Bass.
    Good BluRay sound and picture.
    Good Apps (iPad, iPhone).
    Good Setup with the wireless speakers, they do work well and look good.

    I will switch back to a component system as soon as budget (wife) allows the expenditure (I can find a way to break it)

    Final - Not worth the $699 I paid. Maybe worth the $389 as long as you are not using it for 2 channel audio (Dolby Pro-Logic) files.

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      Will it at least remember the last source used when powering up?

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      Have you tried to turn the centre speaker level up and other surround speakers down? I had the same problem with my Sony home theatre system but after adjusting the speaker levels they now sound just fine.

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        Remembers previous input ok.

        Levels are not the issue. it's the way the DSP sends the split. FL & FR and down C is UP, still sounds are all over the place.

        I think the issue is that I have come from very customisable mid/high end Yamaha 7.1 receiver with Large floor standing speakers, 4x bookshelf surrounds and a 12" active Sub. When the Amp died I looked into the reviews of this Panasonic unit and the "Experts" raved about how it competes with high end systems and to be honest, the wife HATES me having enormous floor standers by the TV and others hanging off the roof. Maybe I just expect too much.

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          You'd be better just listening to the rip as 2 channels and not pro-logic.

          "Experts" comparing a small HTiB with a high end system probably aren't experts. These things may be better than TV speakers,and definitely have their place, but they will never compete with anything even mid-range. You'd probably feel better if it only cost you $350.

          Just keep working on those floorstanders, or maybe some decent in-wall speakers.

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    David Jones called, said order will be ready for collection by mid-day. The lady on the phone mentioned that Bourke Street store still has one in stock, but it's a display model - if anyone is interested.

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    Just a FYI, these speaker and subwoofer connectors have extra add-ons put in by panasonic. I think(?) you have to do some cutting to plug them into an AV receiver. I may be wrong though, so don't take my word on it. As always do some research of your own.

    Here are some pics of the connectors:
    http://www.avforums.com/forums/all-one-systems/1051569-panas...

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      bargainerftw is correct. They 100% have proprietary connectors(/plugs). Very easy to buy some banana plugs from ebay and splice them in though (if that's what you're going to do).

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    anyone else notice if you add an item to your "bag" and checkout before signing up or c/o as guest the SSL will redirect to non-secure or partially secure pages for CC entry?

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    Just got a call from Bondi re my order. Only have the display model left, additional 15% off. No complaints from me!

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      same case but got further 25% off from bondi junction..

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    It doesn't have Bluetooth? I have a windowsphone and they don't have an app for that platform- does this mean I can't connect it via Bluetooth?

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      You have to buy a Bluetooth receiver.

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    I want to get one… but must resist… I want a wired system, with a classic receiver and floor standing speakers and all

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