Smart Guidance in Buying Panasonic SC-HTB480EBK 250W Soundbar

Some of the reviews of this product say that the. Some of the reviews of this product say that the subwoofer is too dominant, but i don’t think that’s the case at all. I ordered an hdmi cable along with the soundbar but this didn’t work. I bought an optical audio cable that did work.

Very easy to set up but disappointed that no cables supplied. Big improvement on my previous sharp system. Very easy to set up but disappointed that no cables supplied with it.

Panasonic SC-HTB480EBK 250W Soundbar (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

  • 2.1ch Speaker Construction with 250w Output Power
  • Downfiring Wireless Subwoofer
  • Wireless Audio Streaming with Bluetooth and NFC
  • 1x HDMi Input Connection
  • 1x Optical Input

Very smart looking and good sound system.

The quality of the sound is supurb, it turns your t. From just sound to true high fidelity sound.

Amazing product, very powerful and even easier to set up.

Panasonic SC-HTB480EBK 250W Soundbar (Discontinued by Manufacturer) : Easy set up, quick delivery and excellent sound. Just need to hide my power cable.


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  1. Mr. French

    This review is from : Panasonic SC-HTB480EBK 250W Soundbar (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

    The sound is astonishing from both the soundbar and subwoofer. We watched star wars and it was truly amazing sound. The music dvd’s really make it sound like your in the crowd.
  2. Brian Webster

    This review is from : Panasonic SC-HTB480EBK 250W Soundbar (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

    Very good but itam not working supplier very very helpfull top marks would use again.
  3. Mr. W. Coutts

    This review is from : Panasonic SC-HTB480EBK 250W Soundbar (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

    Bought to replace a broken 5. 1 panasonic home theatre , quite satisfied with it , but sky hd box dd is only achieved by switching off the viewer link ?. – otherwise it’s pcm out putted – apa.
  4. claire frampton

    This review is from : Panasonic SC-HTB480EBK 250W Soundbar (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

    Nearly everything about this is amazing, but it’s a pain that the sockets are at the bottom of the soundbar. Would of been better if they were at the back.
    • nick gomez
      For the price, i doubt there is much better. . You really can’t complain at this price and for my needs this gets a definite 5 stars. It’s far from perfect, as the sub is a little too boomy for my liking and music can sound a little brash when listened to at modest levels, but all things considered i would reccomend this soundbar to anyone that is looking to give their telly a bit of oomph and as long people are prepared to flick through some of the sound options when changing from tv to streaming music, then you will not be disapointed.
  5. William Miller

    This review is from : Panasonic SC-HTB480EBK 250W Soundbar (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

    Really delighted with this panasonic system i have the tv and. Really delighted with this panasonic system i have the tv and dvd player to match and as the tvs is on a stand the ir blaster which comes supplied lets me use my cable remote to control everything from the one remote. Enough of that let’s concentrate on the sound. In a word superb,selected bluetooth and with other devices i have had problems pairing with my i phone but selected bluetooth and hay presto perfect sound. Bluetooth subwoofer plug and play nothing else to do.
  6. Alex

    This review is from : Panasonic SC-HTB480EBK 250W Soundbar (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

    I am really pleased with this soundbar, it puts out a crystal clear rich sound. The tv i have it coupled up to is a panasonic smart tv which i bought from amazon just over 4 years ago. The speaker output on tvs leave a bit to be desired but its an all different sound with a soundbar give this soundbar some serious thought.
  7. David Smith

    This review is from : Panasonic SC-HTB480EBK 250W Soundbar (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

    Sound great, setup a bit of a nightmare. I don’t consider myself to be a technophobe but blimey, since buying this i have not stopped messing with settings to get it to do what i want. The remote has stopped working now too despite putting new batteries in it. I’ll have to phone up panasonic now to get a new one as this is the only way to access the settings. The instruction manual is no help at all when it comes to how you wire it up to sky boxes etc – i spent a lot of time on chat forums. An example is the need for a new hdmi cable (‘with ethernet ‘) – if it said this in the manual i’d have saved so much time. On the whole, great sound but, for me at least, very frustrating to setup correctly.
    • Honest Henry
      I really like the look of this soundbar and subwoofer. It would look great around any pieces of technical kit. The subwoofer appears just a shade smaller than i expected and i think it maybe lacks that tiny bit of bass to give you that ultimate cinema experience but between the sound bar and the subwoofer you get 250 watt of power that makes it come pretty close. In fairness i do have a very big living room which is hard to fill. It has manual controls to the right hand side but these are not needed as it comes with a very responsive remote control that also comes with batteries. I think all appliances that need batteries and connection cables should come supplied with what is required. Which brings me nicely to my next point, you need an hdmi cable to connect the soundbar and it is not supplied, tut tut panasonic, you don’t know how annoying it is to get home with your new device and find you need another cable. You can also connect using a digital optical cable as well. If you connect the soundbar correctly to the hdmi slot (arc marked) then this is as close as you can get to plug and play.
      • Kye M
        Excellent budget home cinema soundbar. Very easy to set-up and with bluetooth can use as digital radio. Haven’t even turned it up to 11 yet.

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