Samsung Electronics America
8 lbsRear3Ω150Hz~20KHz86dB/W/M170W / 340W Max3.5 in. x 11.8 in. x 4.5 in.1.8 lbsCenter3Ω150Hz~20KHz86dB/W/M180W / 360W Max11.8 in.x 3.5 in. x 3.9 in.2.8 lbsSubwoofer3Ω40Hz~200Hz86dB/W/M170W x 2340W x 28.7 in.x 15.8 in. x 16.8 in.24 lbs
First time home theater users may appreciate the simplicity provided by aHome Theater in a Box, and the Samsung HT-TX72T is a great starting point.With a low profile 5-disc CD/DVD changer, included speakers, and excellentremote control, this system is a breeze to install and configure.First, we'll start off with the "tallboy" speakers. It seems that is the term used bySamsung to describe the two tall and skinny speakers that are used for the frontchannels - and it fits. They have a sleek finish and assemble rather quickly. Asmall matching center and surround speakers are also included. Samsung has aparticular sound to its small speakers that I found rather pleasing. With clearvocals and a good range of sound for smaller units, the speakers didn't feelfatiguing after longer listening. Of course, what good is a home theater withoutsome boom? The subwoofer module handles the lower mid-bass ranges verywell, and will most certainly provide you with a feel you don't get from your TVspeakers. Also, if you aren't into tower speakers, the Samsung HT-TX70 systemis identical to this system, but has bookshelf height speakers for the fronts aswell as the rears. Like tower speakers a lot? They you might be interested inthe HT-TX75 system as it has 4 tower speakers all around.
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