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Yamaha 5.1ch Home Theatre Pack: YHT-1840B $399 (+ $60 Store Credit When Spend $360+) @ The Good Guys

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You can enjoy your system sound to its fullest with the Yamaha 5.1Ch Home Theatre Pack YHT-1840B's five channels. Its 135 W total output enables you to revel in the full power of your home system. Also, this home theatre system has 3D compatibility, allowing you to join the 3D movie craze. Hook up to other devices with its analog audio, HDMI, and digital audio connections. The home theatre system has a black finish. Lose yourself in the amazing sound and video quality with this Yamaha home theatre system

Any idea how good are these?
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  • +1 vote

    Or $320 if you can access commercial pricing

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      I have GG commercial but don't see this price? link?

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        ?

        That's weird as…..When I posted, it was $320. Now it's $399……… GG are being cuning !

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    Is their something like this but Dolby Atmos. And would this be better the $1000+ Dolby Atmos sound bars?

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    allowing you to join the 3D movie craze

    ….that craze left.

    It may seem cheap, but these satellites will be very limited in sound, relying heavily on the subwoofer for anything close to low. The receiver can't process HD audio I think, let alone anything modern like atmos. This type of system was okay 4 years ago, but not now.

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      You may find that a LOT of people are happy with sound that was ok 4 years ago. It's not about whether this is the best system, it's more about whether it's good value.

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        Well, this was already outdated a number of years ago. I remember Dick Smith selling these types of sets for a similar price.

        I just decommissioned a 10-year-old receiver that actually supported DTS-HD and TrueHD audio (uncompressed HD audio). This receiver doesn't even support that.

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          around $499 like 7-8 years ago

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            @davidl2: I vaguely recall seeing it for less in the Dick Smith shop window. But in any case, I don't think it is great value. It gives the impression of a complete home theatre system, but missing out on all the good stuff. Plug a high-ish end pair of Edifiers into your TV and you will get better sound. There is no point having surround if all the heavy lifting is done by a single subwoofer.

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    OP, to answer your question: This product is fine for the price. The speakers and the sub-woofer are not going to blow you out of the water, but for a basic set-up they are okay.
    The amp could be paired with better speakers if so desired, however, you'd probably be able to get a better all in one package (if that is what you are aiming for).

  • +3 votes

    This is an awesome entry level 5.1 living room setup for $320

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    Replacing Logitech 2.1ch 69 dollar set up for this?

    Or get Dolby set up?

    Sorry audio not my thang

    Please help

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    ignore.

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      Yeah it does. Very handy indeed.

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        wut

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          Previous comment was in regards to whether it had 4k passthrough or not.

  • +1 vote

    I got one of these for my small home theater room… can't really complain for the price, they do a great job. I was surprised at what I got for sub $400 to be honest. I've only got a Samsung Q90R soundbar to compare it to, in which the soundbar sounds a lot better especially with Atmos movies.. but then you're paying 3-4x as much for it.

    For entry level sound listening, if you can get it for $320, that's a really great price. $399 is about normal pricing.

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      it's $2 less in 2018!!!!!!!

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    Personally I'd invest the money into quality bookshelf speakers than average 5.1

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    Any deals on YAS 108?

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      i got one of these. should i upgrad to this? I heard people just add on a sub to their YAS 108

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    I bought these from an previous deal and am quite happy with them.
    After doing a lot of research, I was finding it was going to got 1k+ for a decent 5.1 or atmos system and decided I wanted something a lot cheaper and more entry level.

    So far, I've gotten what I wanted in terms of clearer dialog without being deafened from background explosions.

    And I figure, possibly mistakenly, that I could upgrade them piece by piece if I need to down the track.