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Onkyo HT-S3910 5.1-Channel Home Theater System EXPIRED

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Adorama has Onkyo HT-S3910 5.1-Channel Home Theater System for $319. Shipping is free.

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Includes:
  • Onkyo HT-R398 5.1-Channel Home Theater Receiver
  • 2x SKF-398 Front Speaker
  • SKC-398 Center Speaker
  • 2x SKR-398 Surround Speaker
  • SKW-398 Subwoofer
  • Speaker Cables
Features:
  • Support for HDR (High Dynamic Range) video
  • 4K/60p and HDR (HDR10)
  • Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos and DTS:X playback
  • 155 watts per Channel
  • 4 HDMI Inputs
Customer Reviews:
  • This system has 4.2 stars from over 190 Amazon reviews
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louvre123 asked this question on 11-30-2020 at 12:01 PM
12-21-2020 at 10:30 AM
This does not have a phono input (some other receivers have it), you will have to get a pre-amplifier to get a line level so that you connect your turntable to this receiver. Also not that this is a multi-channel sound system, so you will be able to listen to your stereo records on all of the 5.1 speakers this system has.
MichaelS3865 asked this question on 12-05-2020 at 11:22 AM
12-21-2020 at 10:19 AM
This is modular system and more flexible system: it will allow you to add/replace/upgrade speakers as you wish, and you can also place those speakers at any location of your choice in your room for better sound. It's also wired (allows for better uncompressed/lossless sound).

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Great deal BUT if you plan to add Dolby atmos later on, you are restricted to 3.1.2 which limits the surround experience compared to 5.1.2, or am I missing something?
I believe you are correct but I honestly recommend this set as a starter into surround sound system. Especially if you don't have a true 5.1 and are using a sound bar you can't beat the price for the sound.
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155 watts per channel ILSI
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So is a better option getting two quality speakers over this bundle? I am new to HT stuff and don't have much to spare. Seems the general consensus is that this is a good started bundle but others are saying it's not worth the price.
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So is a better option getting two quality speakers over this bundle? I am new to HT stuff and don't have much to spare. Seems the general consensus is that this is a good started bundle but others are saying it's not worth the price.
Welcome to SD, where the majority of deals are upvoted by some and downvoted by others (sometimes with little rhyme or reason). I just jumped on this deal because I wanted to upgrade an older Sony "home theater on a box" I've had for years. The Sony HT still works fine but I liked the newer options available in the Onkyo system (e.g., Dolby Atmos, 4K 60p HDR, Bluetooth, etc). I also have always heard good things about the quality of Onkyo products. The included Onkyo receiver seems very competent and you can upgrade later to a powered subwoofer and different speakers if you like. Overall, I think it's a great deal on a budget 5.1 system that can't be matched by two speakers alone.
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Getting a 4K TV soon, should I go for this set? Was looking at the Bose 300 soundbar as well.
Look at Bose outlet items too. BFD outlet prices are unbeatable. But mind you, Bose outlet is certified refurb.
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Welcome to SD, where the majority of deals are upvoted by some and downvoted by others (sometimes with little rhyme or reason). I just jumped on this deal because I wanted to upgrade an older Sony "home theater on a box" I've had for years. The Sony HT still works fine but I liked the newer options available in the Onkyo system (e.g., Dolby Atmos, 4K 60p HDR, Bluetooth, etc). I also have always heard good things about the quality of Onkyo products. The included Onkyo receiver seems very competent and you can upgrade later to a powered subwoofer and different speakers if you like. Overall, I think it's a great deal on a budget 5.1 system that can't be matched by two speakers alone.
Keep in mind Dolby atmos can't really play on a 5 channel system. You would need at least a 7 channel receiver. That said, 5.1 has been awesome for me. And at this price nobody will find a 7 channel + speaker setup.
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Does anyone if this has a powered sub?

Edit: nvm, it's a passive subwoofer.
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Does this theater have a projector or screen or what? I can't figure out how to get this home theater to show the image?? ?
You're joking, right??
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What? It says home theater just trying to figure out what I am messing in set up??
This takes care of the audio part of your home theater. Video is taken care of by a TV or projector (sold separately).
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This takes care of the audio part of your home theater. Video is taken care of by a TV or projector (sold separately).
Shit..
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Onkyo quality has gone down over the years, and cost has gone up. I started with Vann's Appliance back in 2006 and they touted the best online customer service above Amazon, until the CEO and board ran it into the ground. Onkyo had an HTIB with the TX-SR605 7.1 receiver for around the same price, which if you look it up you'd be amazed at the quality and HDMI upscaling, my friend still has his. This receiver isn't anywhere near the quality. It has push-pin connectors for all but the front two speakers, including the subwoofer. The speakers only have one 3" mid, so not great, and they probably glued the grilles on. It's a good place to start, but these are only okay for surround speakers. I'd at least recommend replacing the front 3 and get a powered subwoofer in the near future, or check on the next model up.

I'd spend the extra money on this and be happier:
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/yama...Id=6352589

Granted I have DefTech BP7006/BP6, ProCenter 3000 and Pioneer VSX-21 or 23, something sitting in the box waiting for me to have the room to set it up. Mom's boyfriend is getting to use my speakers. I'm a bit picky, but I can show you my old school setup with a 13" Sony tube TV and old Pioneer sound system I had to fix up, VCR and PSX. So don't think I've always just had good equipment.
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155 watts per Channel? REALLY?
per spec from Onkyo

155 W/Channel (6 Ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD, 1 Channel Driven) 80 W/Ch (8 Ohms, 20 Hz–20 kHz, 0.8% THD, 2 Channels Driven, FTC)


so the usable output is really 80W for stereo, and maybe something like 60W for all channels with decent THD.
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155 watts per Channel? REALLY?
per spec from Onkyo

155 W/Channel (6 Ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD, 1 Channel Driven) 80 W/Ch (8 Ohms, 20 Hz–20 kHz, 0.8% THD, 2 Channels Driven, FTC)


so the usable output is really 80W for stereo, and maybe something like 60W for all channels with decent THD.
All measurements are taken ILSI.
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