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Samsung HT-BD1250R reviews: 5.1 Surround Sound Home Cinema System

The ultimate way to enjoy movies is through Blu-Ray and SAMSUNG’s new Blu-Ray home theatre systems co... See full description.
  • 5.1 surround sound
  • Wired

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product description

The ultimate way to enjoy movies is through Blu-Ray and SAMSUNG’s new Blu-Ray home theatre systems combine stunning picture quality with intense high definition sound. Not only does the HT-BD1250 combine 5.1ch with a thumping 1000W power through satellite speakers, but it also includes BD Live profile, Wireless LAN capabilities with PC streaming feature as well as an iPod cradle. The perfect home entertainment solution.

Full HD 1080p Blu-Ray playback

Digital images are made up of pixels. The more pixels the image is made up of, the clearer, more detailed that picture becomes. Blu-Ray players’ output images at Full HD 1080p generating vividly realistic images with outstanding clarity. In addition to this, Blu-ray players are capable of outputting High Definition sound for the ultimate movie experience. Your movies will literally be brought to life with Blu-ray.

easy PC streaming

When you use the PC Streaming function, content stored on a PC can be directly streamed to the Blu-Ray player (wirelessly or via ethernet connection), allowing you to enjoy your favourite media files in a home cinema setting. Supporting DivX, MP3 and JPEG-HD file formats, PC Streaming turns your home into the ultimate multimedia.

Naturally Better Sound

Speakers in this system are produced from Bio Kelp which encapsulates the very essence of Eco-aware technology. Using natural materials extracted from seaweed, the Bio kelp speaker is able to create higher resolution sound, extra depth of detail and cleaner, clearer vocals than conventional speaker materials.

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.

wireless 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.

iPod cradle included

Certified iPhone compatible, SAMSUNG Home Cinema System ensures that you will never miss a call or an opportunity to share your world with friends and family. Used as a clocking station for iPods and iPhones by providing clocking cradle, it allows you to enjoy music and video files when charging and makes your iPod part of a much bigger picture.

1080p Video Up-scale

As well as High Definition Blu-ray titles, SAMSUNG Blu-Ray home theatre kits are also compatible with your existing DVD collection and will also upscale these to near full HD, giving far greater picture quality to your existing movies.

crystal clear amplification

The HT-BD1250 features a crystal amplifier using top end Hi-Fi components to create crystal clear audio. With active noise compensation, the crystal amplifier eliminates distortion, providing rich, realistic sound, putting you right in the middle of the action.

HD audio format support

Not only does Blu-Ray offer intense movie images, it also completes your experience with High Definition sound. Thanks to Dolby True HD and DTS HD audio the HT-BD1250 offers 5.1channels with a total of 1000W power for an advanced audio environment which will take your breath away.

product specification
Sound channels 5.1 surround sound
Wireless system Wired
Connections HDMI
Connections USB
Upscaling Yes
Number of scart ports 1 Scart
Number of speakers 5.1 speakers
Power (W) 1000W
Release date 19 May 2009