Pioneer MCS-737 5.1 Channel Media Centre System with Tall Speaker

May 6, 2015 - Comment

The Pioneer MCS-737 provides true surround sound and Blu-ray playback. This fully featured media system delivers high quality audio in a stylish package. Product Features 3D Blu-ray Player, BD-Live Profile 2.0, HDMI ver 1.4 (3D & ARC), 1080p video scaler Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio, Sound & Virtual 3D front surround mode, bass boost mode

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The Pioneer MCS-737 provides true surround sound and Blu-ray playback. This fully featured media system delivers high quality audio in a stylish package.

Product Features

  • 3D Blu-ray Player, BD-Live Profile 2.0, HDMI ver 1.4 (3D & ARC), 1080p video scaler
  • Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio, Sound & Virtual 3D front surround mode, bass boost mode
  • DLNA Streaming Client 1.5, vTuner Internet Radio, USB, Control app, file Copy CD -.> USB, USB -> USB
  • Front Audio In, Karaoke, FM tuner, playback of external hard drives (NTFS / FAT32)

Comments

Stephen Poncia says:

Truely Amazing. Came across this item as I wanted something better then just a home cinema system that comes with a DVD player, I wanted an “all-in-one” and well I’m so glad that I purchased this. From DJing I know how big a name Pioneer are for sound and when I play my music and movies through this it really does just blow your mind how good it is. It’s so simple to set up, you literally plug in what you want, go to the source menu and click which input you want, its THAT simple!!!For music I’ve had this thing turned up full blast to test it and oh my god, it sounds like im in a club standing next to speakers, the bass I can still feel when i’m upstairs, absolutely amazing.One little issue I had with it though was my sky kept turning off, I thought at first it may be due to connection problems or something of that nature, but soon realised after doing some digging is that this system is factory set to 30 mins standby time, so if you play your ps3 and play a game, it…

Alan Laurie says:

A little disappointed but overall happy to keep. Positive Points:It looks good, the sound quality is good and with 4 HDMI inputs the connectivity appears to be excellent – except for one rather significant point for a surround sound system – see below*. Internet radio option is interesting/fun to explore. Playback (of even HD video) from USB is good. Recording to USB of FM radio (only).Suboptimal Points:There is no control for bass and treble. Only volume, mute and bass boost on/off.There are admittedly preset equaliser settings for news, film, music etc.FM radio tuner is a bit weak. A Denon tuner attached to the same (loft) FM aerial gets a better signal and with perfect RDS but this tuner is a little hissy on some stations and with dodgy RDS.The connectors are a fraction too big to fit through the holes in the speaker bases so you either have to cut and rejoin the cable (thin wire) or have the white cable highlighting itself against the black speaker bases. I taped mine down with black…

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