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Samsung HT-E5400 5.1 Channel Smart 3D Blu-Ray Home Theater System


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Samsung HT-E5400 5.1 Channel Smart 3D Blu-Ray Home Theater System

Smart 3D Blu-ray Home Theater System

Samsung HT-E5400 5.1 Channel Smart 3D Blu-Ray Home Theater System

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  • 3D Blu-ray Player
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What customers say about Samsung HT-E5400 5.1 Channel Smart 3D Blu-Ray Home Theater System

  1. L. Peterson says:
    20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Samsung HT-E5400 Home Theater System, May 23, 2012
    By 
    L. Peterson (Austin, Tx USA) –

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Samsung HT-E5400 5.1 Channel Smart 3D Blu-Ray Home Theater System (Electronics)

    Pros:
    Supports DLNA
    Two HDMI inputs
    WiFi Built in
    Excellent sound
    Web browser
    Comes with IPOD dock
    12 month warranty

    Cons
    Easy for apps to run out of memory and no way to add memory
    Could not get ARC (Audio Return Channel) to work with my TV
    High Def streams sometimes buffer
    No Amazon app (I knew this before I placed my order)

    Let me start by saying that I am very happy with my Samsung home theater and have no intentions of returning it. I had an older Panasonic system that I had been very happy with but it was starting to give me a few issues and it was time to move to something that would work with all of today’s technology. I purchased this via Amazon about 3 weeks ago, outstanding delivery. The owners manual is 64 pages and actually pretty good, there are lots of things you can do or configure on this unit so reading the manual was very valuable for me. I removed the unit from the box and began setting it up, took a bit due to speaker placement/wiring. The speaker wires provided are quite long and do have special connectors that plug into the system, I did need to lengthen one and I simply added speaker wire to the end of the wire, each wire is nicely color coded on both ends so you know where to plug it into the system and which speaker it goes to. When I had the speakers, TV and my Satellite radio connected I powered up the system, a very simple to follow configuration screen appeared and I simply followed the steps to configure things like my network settings, TV aspect ratio, etc., somewhere in doing this it checked for the latest firmware and indicated a new version was available, I went ahead and let it install it. After it rebooted itself I believe it walked me through the setup again. After this a nice menu displayed on the TV, I won’t go into all the details about the menu but this is where you can select things like: Smart Hub (apps), AllShare (Play videos, photos or music from discs, USB, or you computer via DLNA), Change input (Aux, HDMI, Tuner, etc.) and get to the settings.

    Smart Hub is a bit slow to load but has a quite a number of applications like Hulu, Netflix, Pandora, You Tube, already loaded and there are quite a number that you can add yourself, this is where one of the issues arrive. Most of the applications loaded by Samsung cannot be removed and depending on what applications you want to install you can quickly run out of memory, simply installing the Fitness piece will all but run you out of memory and there is no way to add memory, if you could use the USB input to add memory that would be a great help. I use the VTuner app to listen to online radio, works very well. I also like the Pandora app however it is a bit slow, takes 20-30 seconds to move from one song to another, it is also easier to configure your Pandora stations via a computer and the internet, changes made via the computer take effect immediately on the Samsung, very cool. Watching online videos normally works well but if you are watching a high def stream you might have some buffering (this is not normally a problem with my computer). I have not tested Hulu or Netflix since I do not have accounts with them. My testing has mostly been done with You Tube and Vimeo.

    Allshare is used to access your videos, music and photos, you can access information stored on discs (CD/DVD), IPOD, USB, camera or your computer (via DLNA). If you are running Windows Vista or Windows 7 they have DLNA built in and if you have it configured correctly the Samsung will access them and you can view/play all of the media you have stored on your computer. Samsung also provides downloadable Allshare software which you can install on your computer that will also allow this access. I setup both and played with them, of the two I prefer Samsung AllShare but I did have some troubles getting it to recognize changes made to my media library. I have now installed and use Serviio which is a free DLNA server. I love being able to play all of my music and photos via the Samsung, very, very, cool.

    The other units in this price point did not offer HDMI inputs. I stream Amazon instant videos to my TV via my PC and HDMI. I now plug the HDMI cable from my PC directly into my Samsung and let it feed the video to my TV, this allows me to have much better sound than using my TV speakers. I am sure that in the future I will have other devices that use HDMI that I will be able to plug directly into the Samsung.

    This unit does an excellent job of playing DVD’s, CD’s and USB devices, the sound is incredible and can be configured in many different ways, you can also adjust the level of each speaker individually, this works very well, I was able to increase the output of only the rear speakers which really helped with the sound effects on DVD’s. The sub woofer is adequate and there is a dedicated button on the remote to adjust it. I did not own…

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  2. phil says:
    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    looks nice, sounds great., June 6, 2012
    By 
    phil

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Samsung HT-E5400 5.1 Channel Smart 3D Blu-Ray Home Theater System (Electronics)

    I got this yesterday (6-5-2012) and was able to get it hooked up easy. the rear cables are just long enough for the rear speakers. front, center and woofer have plenty of wire. i have nothing but samsung tv’s so the remote replaced my tv remote out of the box no programing. if you use a optical cable it know’s to use that for the audio without any setting changes by you either. less work from me is always better. the wireless is good too. I’ve streamed movies from my computer and that was simple through the hub menu. over all I’m glad i bought this and think that if you own a samsung tv have a wireless network in your home and want a theater system that sounds nice buy it. also it add’s 2 hdmi imputs to your set up, if you need that.

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  3. Rex N. Lotito "Kid Handsome" says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great system, great price, August 21, 2012
    By 
    Rex N. Lotito “Kid Handsome” (Dewey Beach, DE) –
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    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Samsung HT-E5400 5.1 Channel Smart 3D Blu-Ray Home Theater System (Electronics)

    I bought this system in conjunction with a new LG 3d LED tv (bit of a spending binge). My existing system was a Yamaha 6.1 A/V receiver with Paradigm speakers that I paid ALOT for about 12 years ago. This system is simple to set up- speaker wires are color coded and def long enough. The Samsung sounds better, crisper and has sick amounts of new technology right out of the box. IPOD dock is a huge plus; just use your remote to drive the menu. I haven’t used any of the online features as of yet but am looking forward to it. Btw; my hook-up; 1 HDMI to the tv and a fiber optic wire from Directv box to Samsung. For the price…ridiculous.

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