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Yamaha 5.1ch Home Theatre Pack $399 + Delivery (Free C&C) @ The Good Guys


Found this on pricehipster.
Starter Home Theatre System that makes movie nights a breeze.

5-channel powerful surround sound
—- 70 W per Channel (6 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz, 0.09% THD, 2-ch driven)
—- 100 W per Channel (6 ohms, 1 kHz, 0.9% THD, 1-ch driven)
—- 135 W per Channel (6 ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD, 1-ch driven)
Discrete amp configuration
HDMI® (4 in / 1 out) with 4K Ultra HD full support (4K / 60p [4:4:4]), HDR Video and BT.2020
Dialogue Level Adjustment for proper sound balance with dialogue and vocals
Virtual CINEMA FRONT provides virtual surround sound with 5 speakers in front
Multi-language colour OSD capable of displaying cover art
Compressed Music Enhancer
Traditional design enhances any room
ECO mode operation for about 20% less power consumption

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  • Total Output: 135W

    That doesn't seem right…

    Aaaaand it's not

  • +3

    Heads up that this won't provide any decoding above DD+ or basic DTS. It'll be okay for a bedroom with basic inputs, but not much more.

    The Pioneer HTP-076 kit is a much better buy when it's available - the pricing got down to about $480 for that in recent times.

    • +1

      Agree, this is ancient spec in terms of sound formats that it supports. No support for uncompressed audio. Not that you'd notice with such low-end satellites.

    • Can't seem to find stock of the Pioneer HTP-076; any suggestions for an alternative at a similar price point? I've been looking for a soundbar but now leaning towards a 5.1 system…

      • +1

        Unfortunately, you won't really find stock at the moment, especially with the human malware going around. The other options at the pricepoint are also very limited to units like this Yamaha.

        I found stock here but it's grossly overpriced (maybe contact them to see if they can do a better price?). I paid $600 for mine from AppliancesOnline, a friend of mine picked up one from AppliancesOnline for around $540 shortly after me - about a month later, they dropped to $480 until they sold out.

        I was originally looking at a soundbar myself for a simple setup in the bedroom, at a desk, mostly used for PC/console gaming. I ultimately decided against it because you won't get much stereo separation on a soundbar and they were starting to get really expensive for uncompressed audio decoders like TrueHD and DTS:MA.

        Your only other option would be piecing together a setup with a reasonable AV receiver and speakers.

        • Thanks for the advice; I know very little about how audio systems work so I'll do a bit of research on receivers and see what I can piece together. :)

  • +1

    Same as this but without the $60 credit

    • …yup. tgg credit promo ended 27th

  • +2

    Has been $269 in the past.


    • Must have forgotten to price Jack

  • +2

    I got this for my PC. Works magnificently. BUT I do remember spending around the $269 mark. :)

    • …yeh this isnt cheap at all

  • At this price, one should consider buying a soundbar and be happy with it. Sonos Beam is bit a stretch at this price level but would be better buy than entry level 5.1 system.

    • I disagree, having physical speakers at the back is a much better experience than a sound bar.

      • Oh I agree with that. You cannot beat a physical speaker. However, my comment was for buying an entry level AVR and speaker combo at this price point, one is better off buying a quality soundbar.

  • is this any good for small 3 x 4m media room?

    • +1

      Yes - I have this system and its a good entry level.

      • Hopefully they will put in discount soon.

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