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Product Reviews for LG Electronics LHB336 1100W 5.1 Channel Wi-Fi Ready 3D Home Theater System
Overall - A good addition to your home theater.
from Charleston, SC on 6/7/2012
Easy to use, Features/Settings, Performance, Quality, style/design
I have owned this along with an LG 47LW5600 TV and the 3D is stunning, DVD movies are great and sound is awesome also. The Blu-Ray player has more features than I use since most of them are on my TV but setup such as network adapter, choosing source for sound, and other are easy to setup and use. The speakers are bookshelf but it would be nice to have an adapter to make them ceiling mountable that his wires and looks good while hung but they don't. This is my first 3D blu-ray and TV theater and I am overall pleased with both items.
from Los Angeles, CA on 1/23/2012
The product is pretty cool with its features. I just wish it had Netflix on it with a user friendly interface. The other flaw is the tracks on the ipod are listed alphabetically and not by track number. Other than that, a nice equipment to have.
from california on 1/3/2012
Easy to use, Features/Settings, Performance
I like the system, but the software updates they push down screw it up. A few months back it would not see my iPod after an update, the next update fixed it. Last week the update, once again killed my iPod connection. So now I wait for the fix.
from ATL, GA on 10/23/2011
Easy installation....good diagrams and pictures....great color coding.....unbelievable sound!!!!!!!
from Brooklyn, NY on 10/8/2011
Easy to use, Quality
Overall it is a great product. Nice quality sound on the surround, able to force 5.1 from stereo source to use all speakers, etc. Unfortunately it has its drawbacks. Sometimes when using it for optical in from the cable tv, the speakers wont start outputting audio until you change the speaker settings. Also when viewing netflix sometimes it will just turn off, saying good bye on the panel. Additionally there are occasions where it will freeze while viewing something and neither the powerbutton on the system nor the remote will do anything and requires to actually be physically unplugged from the outlet and replugged to turn back on. Also the simplilink only seems to jump around when you dont want it to. I turn on my xbox, nothing. But later when I switch back to tv, then turn off the xbox, it will switch to that input, after its off..