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LG BH4120S 5.1 Home Theater System - 330 W RMS - Blu-ray Disc Player
This LG BH4120S 300 watt Blu-Ray Home Theater System delivers exceptional Full HD 1080p video performance, along with Bonus-view for a picture-in-picture. This system is perfect for playing all your Blu-ray movies and enhancing your existing DVD movies.
ITEM#: 14952213This LG BH4120S 300 watt Blu-Ray Home Theater System delivers exceptional Full HD 1080p video performance, along with Bonus-view for a picture-in-picture. This system is perfect for playing all your Blu-ray movies and enhancing your existing DVD movies.
- Brand: LG
- Model: BH4120S
- Speaker position: Front and Rear
- Playable Format: BD-ROM, BD-R, BD-RE, DVD (NTSC), DVD (PAL), DVD-R, DVD-RW (Video/VR Mode), DVD+R, DVD+RW (Video mode), Audio CD, DTS-CD, CD-R/CD-RW
- Video Format: MPEG2, MPEG4 AVC (H.264), SMPTE VC1 (VC-9), DivX, DivX HD, MKV, AVCHD, M4V, WMV, FLV, 3GP
- Audio Format (Decoding): LPCM, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio, DTS-HD Master Audio, MPEG 1/2 L2, MP3, MP3 ID3 Tag, WMA, AAC, FLAC
- Channels: 5.1
- Power Output: THD 10% (4 Ohms: sat/3 Ohms: subwoofer)
- Total: 330W
- Front: 42W x 2
- Center: 42W
- Rear Surround: 42W x 2
- Subwoofer: 120W
- Interface: 1 x Composite Video Out, 1 x HDMI, 1 x Audio L/R Out, 1 x FM Radio Antenna, 1 x USB 2.0, 1 x Portable Audio In, 6 x Speaker Terminal
- Amplifier: 14.2 x 2.4 x 12.4
- Front Speaker: 3.6 x 4.5 x 3.1
- Center Speaker: 3.6 x 4.5 x 3.1
- Rear Speaker: 3.6 x 4.5 x 3.1
- Subwoofer: 6.1 x 12.8 x 12.6
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
|Speaker Type||Speaker System|
|Number Of Speaker||5 + Subwoofer|
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We had a 10 yr old KLH 5.1 non Blu Ray system before and it was acceptable until it froze one too many times. This LG Blu Ray besides having infinitely better surround sound, is quick on DVD operation (loading unloading). We found no problems with it and are very pleased with our purchase. `Read More
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under specifications it says Room size: small what's that in sq ft. My living room is 400 sq ft. Is that small, medium or large?
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first page claims 1000W system, but the description under specifications shows 330W. what up with that.
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How many inputs does this system have?
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Does this product have an HDMI port
Yes it does.
are the home theater systems speakers wireless or are they connected by speaker wires
This item utilizes cable speakers.
FAQs about Home Theater Systems
Home theater rooms have become a highly valued addition to new homes and a favorite home-improvement project for older homes. Home audio components for surround sound and home theater speaker systems used to be prohibitively expensive, but they are now extremely affordable. You can now turn your entertainment center into an inexpensive home theater. But before you start designing your own home theater system, consider these frequently asked questions about both high-end and more affordable home theater systems.
Tips on Building Your Own Home Theater System
Home-improvement projects offer challenge and reward. One of the most rewarding do-it-yourself electronics projects is building your own home theater system. Whether you plan on building your home theater room from scratch or adding a surround-sound system to your existing entertainment center, there are plenty of home audio options to fit your plans. Here are a few tips to help get your home theater project started.
Internet Features for Home Theater Systems
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Top 5 Home Theater System Electronics
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Blu-ray Buying Guide
If you're still using a DVD player, now may be the right time for you to upgrade your home theater system to Blu-ray players. This Blu-ray buying guide will help you determine how to buy a Blu-ray player that will fit nicely into your existing home entertainment setup.
How to Connect Your DVD Player to Your Home Theater
Once you've purchased your new DVD player or Blu-ray player, you'll still need to connect it to your home theater system. If your home theater includes an AV receiver, then you'll want to connect your DVD or Blu-ray player to that receiver; otherwise, you can simply connect your new player directly to your television.
How to Add Surround Sound to Your Home Theater
You don't need to go to the movie theater to experience the full spectrum of video and surround sound that full-size theaters offer. Large, high-definition television sets are getting cheaper all the time, and Blu-ray discs reproduce films in crisp, clear picture, making home theater systems better than ever. But video is only part of the home theater experience. Adding a surround sound system to your home theater will make you feel like you're part of the action.
FAQs about Blu-ray Players
You probably already know that Blu-ray is the latest technology for high-definition home theater. With a Blu-ray player, you can experience the best picture and sound that home video has to offer. Of course, there are a few facts about Blu-ray disc players and Blu-ray movies that you may want to know to be sure that you get the best entertainment possible.
How to Pick a Home Theater Receiver
The receiver is the central component of any home theater system. When you're putting together the home theater of your dreams, you will want to take the time to pick a receiver that both fits your budget and also has the capabilities you're looking for. This may mean looking for specific features or a particular type of connection. Plenty of home theater receivers are out there to choose from, and when you find a great one for your home theater system, you'll be ready to enjoy that immersive home theater experience any time you want it.
Home Theater Buying Guide
New options for home audio and video electronics just keep getting better. It's now more affordable than ever to have cinema-quality displays and surround sound in your living room. If you're considering enhancing your home entertainment setup, home theater systems and components can help you make some big upgrades. This home theater buying guide will help you select a quality home theater system or build your own from individual components.
FAQs about Home Theater Projectors
Watching movies in your own, dedicated home theater room can be immersive and satisfying. Home theater projectors produce superior picture quality that is tough to match. If you're building your own home cinema, you may have a few questions about projectors and their best features and advantages. Below are some frequently asked questions, with detailed answers, to help you get the facts on projector technology.
Home Theater Glossary
Audio components often include a lot of engineering terminology. The technical terms surrounding home theater receivers, speakers and other audio components can be very helpful when adding surround sound to your home theater. Here are some terms that you'll encounter as you compare surround systems.
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Maximizing Your Blu-ray Movie Experience
If you're looking for the ultimate in home entertainment, Blu-ray is the way to go. Blu-ray movies are all about making your entertainment experience as close to theater quality as possible. This amazing new technology harnesses the power of high-definition audio and video to deliver home entertainment like never before. Anyone who wants to make the most of their home theater should take a look at the guide below, which gives tips on maximizing your Blu-ray movie experience.
How to Install a Blu-ray Disc Drive on Your Computer
By now you know that Blu-ray disc players are the next big thing in home theater entertainment. You may already have upgraded your old DVD player to a Blu-ray disc player for the high-definition picture and sound. Now that you've upgraded your home entertainment center to high definition, you may be looking at the video quality on your computer and wondering if you can't upgrade that to Blu-ray as well. Well, you can. Blu-ray drives and other optical drives are available on a number of new laptop and desktop computers, or you can install a new Blu-ray drive on your existing computer. Follow these simple steps to learn how to install your own Blu-ray drive and upgrade your computer to high-definition sound and video.
Tips on Choosing a Home Theater Receiver
Choosing a receiver for your home theater system can seem like a daunting task with all the options available today. Not only are there seemingly limitless options, but price ranges vary widely and features are so numerous that it can seem difficult to know where to begin. Hopefully, a few tips will make finding a home theater receiver easier.
How to Set Up Seating for a Home Theater
You've remodeled to increase the acoustics in your recreation room, bought a widescreen TV and set up a state-of-the-art surround-sound system. With all the effort you've put into building your home theater, you don't want to leave the seating arrangement to chance. Whether you're installing theater seats or more traditional living room furniture, you'll want to optimize both viewing and sound quality.
Tips on Placing Your Home Theater Speakers
You can achieve an immersive home cinema experience by installing your own home theater speaker system. After you've selected your home theater speakers and other components, it may be necessary to experiment a little with the placement of your speakers. Your home theater system will need to adjust to the size, shape and construction of your theater room. Here are a few tips on how to place your home theater speakers for the best surround sound.
How to Install Built-in Home Theater Speakers
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Choosing a Projector Screen for Your Home Theater
Once you've chosen a projector, it's time to complete your home theater with peripheral electronics and projector accessories. A good projection screen is essential for getting the best picture from your home theater projector. Several projector screen types will work in different home theater situations.
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