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Samsung HT-TZ325R 5.1 ch Home Cinema System - Black

by Samsung
67 customer reviews

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  • Home Cinema System with DVD/+R/+RW/-R/-RW & CD Playback
  • DivX/WMV/MPEG/MP3/WMA/JPEG/AVI
  • 1080p Upscaling
  • Bluetooth
  • USB Port

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Product details

  • Item Weight: 1.2 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 19 Kg
  • Item model number: HT-TZ325R/XEU
  • ASIN: B001V9KQKS
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 July 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 68,700 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

The HT-TZ325 offers an incredible 1000W of power through 5.1ch speaker set up with Full HD (1080p) upscaling for a truly unbelievable home cinema experience. With full Tallboy speaker configuration, this system will complement your living room perfectly. Add USB host, HDMI connectivity (with Anynet+) and Bluetooth and the HT-TZ325 offers great exceptional connectivity that will bring your movies and other digital media to life.

Anynet+(HDMI-CEC)
Anynet+ makes it far easier to control TV & connected devices. This feature enables consumers to operate their Samsung TV and supporting devise using only one remote thanks to the HDMI connection. Automatic mode switching is also supported.

1080p Video Up-scale
Standard DVD video resolution is 480i, however this can be up-scaled to near 1080p Full HD resolution with this Home Theatre System. When the HT-TZ325 is connected to an HD Ready TV via HDMI connection the picture quality of your standard DVD movies is vastly improved.

USB Host
You don't need to burn CDs or DVDs to enjoy music, video clips or photos on your home theatre system; just plug a portable digital device into the USB port for instant entertainment.

Power Bass
Power Bass allows you to get more out of your Home Theatre System. Through the enhanced signal your movies will sound better, placing you right in the heart of the action.

Bluetooth
Bluetooth enables you to connect devices to your home theatre system wirelessly. The HT-TZ325 comes equipped with Bluetooth functionality allowing it to connect wirelessly to compatible devices such as mobile phones or MP3 players to enjoy you multimedia connect quickly and easily.

Wireless Rear Speaker Ready
With optional wireless kit, this system can be a wireless rear speaker system. The optional SWA-4000 wireless kit comes with transmitter card and wireless receiver module. Just insert the card into the Home theatre centre unit, place wireless module on back of the room and connect with rear speakers. No longer do you need to run wires from the front set to the back speaker.

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42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. Woods on 18 Jun. 2009
I bought this after my expensive Hifi broke, it does everything that did and more.

Although the surround sound scares my cat, the effect is brilliant in Dolby 5.1, and the bass has real oomph. Like the earlier reviewer, I found the speaker wire too short for the rear speakers, but it wasn't rocket science to join extra speaker wire on to extend the leads, and as there is no plug at the speaker end, this was no problem.

I love how verstaile the unit is, as well as Dolby for my TV, it plays my CDs, DVD's, gets FM radio, and i can even plug in a USB stick, with a couple of albums from my PC hard drive. I havent tried the Bluetooth yet, but I will.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By A. Newton on 31 Oct. 2009
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I had been promising myself a home cinema system for a while and always found myself coming back to this unit as I was particularly interested in the wireless rear speaker capabilities. After reading several quite favourable reviews I took the plunge and ordered in conjunction with the SWA4000 wireless unit. Excellent delivery, within 48 hrs.
Im no techie or electrical expert but I have to say that setting up the unit was really straightforward and the colour coding really helps. I found the wireless rear speaker set up an absolute doddle, having to do no more than plug the supplied card into the DVD receiver and power up the unit. I found the auto calibration feature to be superb and a real bonus.
Quality of the sound seems tip top to me, bear in mind I didnt have any prior systems so I guess its going to sound fab to me anyways. Only tiny issues I had was working out how to plumb all my gear together and I had to do a few searches on the web to assist so I think it would be good to explain here how I set mine up for the benefit of others.

Bear in mind my TV has 2 x HDMI ports, I had to purchase a splitter cable.

1. Samsung unit linked direct via HDMI to TV
2. SKY + HD Box linked via HDMI to splitter/TV + Optical lead to Samsung unit (Select D/IN)
3. XBOX 360 Linked via HDMI to splitter/TV + the official xbox audio cable convertor to Samsung (Select Aux2)

This set-up gives me great sounds and effects. Only hiccup I had was seemingly losing my rear speakers on sky and xbox until I read the instructions properly and realised I hadnt set the sound set up to MATRIX from the hand controller. Doh!

Overall, Im really, really impressed in terms of value for money. Maybe if your a Hi Fi afficiando then you would pick holes in the units performance but I guess if your expecting Ferrari Enzo performance from a Ford Fiesta then your being a bit daft.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Grant Mitchell on 24 Jun. 2009
The unit is slick and stylish and looks the part. The sound quality was breath taking at times when I watched blu rays which exploded into life in my living room! As with the previous reviewer, the very small issue of the rear speaker cable length can be very easily remedied and doe not warrant giving the product less than 5 stars taking into account price and sound quality. Also, if you are connecting this to a blu ray player, ps3, sky box etc. then connect and optical cable directly to the unit to experience full 5.1 Dolby Digital surround sound. Then use phono leads to connect your TV to the unit because freeview only outputs in stereo and then adjust the setting to get sound out of all the speakers.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Susan Edwards on 25 Jun. 2009
Like one reviewer stated top quality and style very good sound and picture quality bass is very good on this system any one looking for a home cinema will not be disapointed if they buy this system every thing you would expect from a bacis system and more set up is very easy it only took me about 40 mins to set up the wife loves it you can plug in your mp3's and usb stick, with 1000 watts boy it dos rock just do not upset those next door enjoy Ron
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By M. J. Dunne on 3 Aug. 2009
Bought this system along with the Samsung Wireless rear speaker module.
Very easy to put together and install but make sure you have an optical cable to link your Sky to the DVD amp and a new HDMI to link the DVD amp to your TV.
The sound is fantastic and the bass is really unbelievable.

I also have a PS3 linked. You have to use the left and right audio cable that came with the PS3, you can't use a scart or HDMI as the amp does not have digital inputs other than optical. This would be my only complaint but the cable that comes with the PS3 is fine. Just don't attach the video(yellow) cable.

Other than that is awesome!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Mungo Henning on 5 Oct. 2009
Bought this item in September 2009 as a replacement for my hi-fi (the very fact that I use
the phrase "hi-fi" shows that I'm a child of the 60s! :-)
Tallboy speakers seemed to assemble very easily, and the "mess" of cables at the rear of
the unit was to be expected.
Pretty damn loud setup of course, but I'd rarely play it beyond "normal" levels.
Criticisms: I've yet to find a bit in the manual that allows me to play CDs or MP3s and make
use of the rear pair of speakers. Even some trickery would be welcomed rather than having only
the front pair active.
Also the on-unit switches seem like touch-sensitive devices: if you mislay your remote control
then you have to peer at the unit to see where the switches are.

Advantages: this system is pretty flexible. Plays DVDs, CDs, built in FM tuner, USB socket on
the front panel and beside it a 3.5mm stereo jack socket. And it will accept Bluetooth too!

Overall: very flexible sound system; can't comment on the "quality" of the sound (the definition
of a sound purist is a person that listens to the noise instead of the music... :-) , but it's
good enough for me.
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