LG LHB977 Home Theater System Review-A Terrific Overall System

December 23, in Audio

After dealing with that lower-end Coby last night, we need something a little more…well…more. We need something stronger, something more downright aggressive. Will we find it in the LG LHB977? Let’s take a look and find out!

The LG LHB977 is a thousand watt, 5.1 channel home theater system that offers four satellite speakers (including two tower front speakers), a center channel speaker, a subwoofer and a Blu-ray player. You’ll also get two HDMI inconnections, Advanced Audio Processing for the best sound reproduction, NetCast Entertainment Access for accessing online content, access to a variety of online content providers, DVD upscaling to make your DVDs look their best, and USB 2.0 Media Host to let you play content from USB storage sources.

It’s a very impressive experience–not only does this look like a beautiful system, but it sounds like it too. It’s heavily advanced, and will not only handle the current generation of media but also is well-positioned to handle the next generation of media as well. Anything that manages to handle two generations (technically three if you count DVD) of media all at once is a master of utility. The sound quality is duly impressive (as you’d expect from a 1000 watt system), and offers plenty of support. You’ll want a newer television–or a full-on projector–to connect it to, but aside from that, it’s downright amazing.

And though the price is a little on the hefty side–the folks out at Amazon want four hundred and fifty dollars for this setup–but if there were ever something that was worth a substantial pile of cash, I’d say it was this.

The LG LHB977 is a powerful system that serves a variety of functions, and this in turn will make it a system that will last for years. If you’re interested in a new home theater system, this may be the place to start looking.

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