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We prefer this integrated design (also found on some LG models) to the break-out docks on the Sony BDV-E500W and Samsung HT-BD1250T, which cause slightly more wire clutter.
The included remote on the SC-BT200 is similar to the one included with the company's Blu-ray players and we're generally fans of the design.
On the other hand, the SC-BT200's sound quality is darn good for the price, and its 7.1 configuration offers two more speakers than the competition, for a slightly more immersive effect.
Still, it's an annoying oversight in the Panasonic's design.
You can easily adjust the subwoofer's volume in four steps with the remote. Bass and treble controls are missing in action, but there are four EQ (equalization) modes: "Flat," "Heavy," "Clear," and "Soft." We used Flat and Soft.
The center channel is a little bigger (9.8 inches wide, 3.75 inches high, and 3.2 inches deep) and features two of the 2.5-inch drivers.
The sub has a 10-inch passive radiator and 6.5-inch woofer, and its footprint is also relatively small (7.1 inches wide, 14.2 inches high, and 13.4 inches high).
Although the technology debuted in 2006, for many consumers Blu-ray still feels like brand-new tech.