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Se pudo escuchar bien con mi Smart TV Samsung (con adaptador) pero únicamente con Youtube, no se pudieron escuchar los canales de televisión ni alguna otra app. Con RCA lo conecté a mi tornamesa y se escuchaba pero sumamente bajo, apenas perceptible.
Lots of reviews says it doesn't have bluetooth but I can confirm it does. There's a button with "bt" under it and thats how you get to bluetooth. Then search for AA5102 from whatever device you want to play music from and that's how you get the the bluetooth to work. Overall the system is decent. I don't think it's 800 watts but it does get loud if you set it up correctly (speakers hooked up to correct inputs, and settings on tv/game gaming console switched to the correct settings for how you set it up). Definitely a better quality sound then regular tv speakers. And fills a big basement with sound real well. A little over though, and would never pay the original price of $250, that's just crazy. In my opinion this system should be priced More at $50.
I purchased a Durabrand 5.1 surround system around 20 years for around $20 at WallyWorld. It was so basic, yet it put out great sound and would fill my entire house. After the subwoofer finally gave out, I decided to look for another budget buy. It is very difficult to find in expensive, 5.1 system like the good old days. The Acoustic Audio AA5102 was my first find under $100. I was OK with the overall look of the system; however, the first major flaw is the length of the speaker cords. The cords are beyond not long enough with this model, especially for the rear speakers, so be prepared to purchase extension cords which will add to your cost. Note the make does offer different "kits" that might come with the extension cords. While I was preparing to buy the extension cords, I decided to listen hook it all up for sound check and was majorly disappointed . It just was not loud enough at all and my room is aprx 20x12. You can only increase volume to what is displayed as 56dcb, but the system is lacking oomph. I was not looking for anything super, but it had to at least match the performance of my previous system. I wasted no time returning it. This unit would serve best for a PC speaker system; I would not pay more $35 for the unit even for that purpose. I personally recommend the Rockville HTS45 600w 5.1 system if you are seeking a budget 5.1 home theatre system.
Unless you live in a tiny box, this is in no way a home surround sound system. The cords for the satalite speakers are only just over 5 feet long. You can't even come close to mounting or placing them on the ceiling, much less around a room. Two star, because for $75 they are a decent bluetooth desktop speaker system at least.
The sound is good, but the only issue I have with this is the connections available. All connections is rca only, speakers and to television. I have a new television which doesn't have rca connections available for audio. And knowing that the wires for the rear speakers are NEVER long enough, I have had to always make them longer. But with this being rca cables, I am unable to do that, so I am going to have to see if there is a such thing as a "rca extension".
The rca connections is the only issue I have with this audio system.
For a bedroom or small game room this would be a great little system. I set this up in my 12ft by 16 ft man cave and it sounds fantastic. It's not going to rattle windows or blow your ears out, however it has great sound quality and volume for the price.