Full HD 3D Blu-ray Disc™ Home Theater System


3D Blu-ray DVD Playback

Wireless LAN Adaptor Included

Pure Direct Sound Speaker

SpecificationsExpand All

    • +R/+R(DL)/+RW
    • DVD-ROM
    • CD
    • CD-R/-RW
    • BD-ROM
    • BD-RE / BD-RE DL
    • BD-R/ BD-R DL
    • DVD-RAM
    • SD Memory Card (SDHC/SDXC)
    • Television Signal System
    • Output Channel
    • Output Power - Home Theater Mode (RMS)
    • Output Power - Home Theater Mode (FTC)
    • Selectable Speaker Layout
    • EQ (Flat/Heavy/Clear/Soft)
    • Subwoofer Level
    • Center Focus
    • Whisper-mode Surround
    • Dolby® Digital Decoder / Dolby® Pro Logic® II
    • Digital Synthesizer Tuner
    • Dolby® Digital Decoder
    • DTS™ Decoder
    • Easy Setup
    • Digital Amplifier
    • High Clarity Sound
    • 96kHz Surround Re-Master
    • Station Presets
    • Cinema Surround
    • 7.1ch Virtual Sound Effect with 5.1ch
    • Deep Color
    • Video D/A Converter
    • PHL Reference Chorma Processor Plus
    • High Precision 4:4:4
    • 1080/24p Playback
    • Digital Noise Reduction
    • Picture Mode
    • Picture Adjustment
    • Zoom Function (JPEG)
    • x.v.color™
    • Enhanced Full HD Up Sampling (New P4HD)
    • P4HD (Pixel Precision Progressive Processing for HD)
    • Universal Dock for iPod®/ iPhone®
    • iPod / iPhone Playback ( Music/Video/Photo)
    • iPod/ iPhone Full Title List on Screen Display for Music & Video Contents
    • VIERA Link™
    • Remote Control
    • Wireless LAN System
    • HDMI Out
    • SD Memory Card Slot
    • Video Out
    • Ethernet Terminal
    • Wireless Terminal (for Wireless Rear Speakers)
    • USB Slot (for Wi-Fi)
    • Digital Input
    • Front Configuration
    • Front Speaker Unit
    • Front Weight (lb.) [Approx.]
    • Front Dimensions (H x W x D) [Approx.]
    • Center Configuration
    • Center Speaker Unit
    • Center Weight (lb.) [Approx.]
    • Center Dimensions (H x W x D) [Approx.]
    • Surround Configuration
    • Surround Speaker Unit
    • Surround Weight (lb.) [Approx.]
    • Surround Dimensions (H x W x D) [Approx.]
    • Subwoofer Configuration
    • Subwoofer Speaker Unit
    • Subwoofer Weight (lb.) [Approx.]
    • Subwoofer Dimensions (H x W x D) [Approx.]
    • Wireless Rear
    • Pure Direct Sound Speaker
    • Advanced Bamboo Cone
    • Weight (lb.) [Approx.]
    • Dimensions (WxHxD) [Approx.]
    • Audio Inputs
    • Standby Power Consumption [Approx.] (Main Unit)


SC-BTT750 is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not the best... All of the sudden pandora quits says clock error. Checked it out and there is no way I can fix it. The music part of this product is the only reason I purchased this device. Tried fixing it to no avail unfortunately......
Date published: 2016-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best HTIB I've owned Sound quality is really quite good for a HTIB. 5.1 sound is superb, and can be expanded to 7.1 channels. 3d looks stellar. The feature set is unbeatable at the price I paid for this system. I could talk all day about the pros, but most of the other reviewers covered them. Here are a few of the pros/cons that no one has brought up yet. 1. Youtube - glad the unit has it...actually using youtube is a bit of a hassle. Typing is a pain, but it is possible to search for videos. 2. This unit's processor feels underpowered at times, especially when online. There is a 4-5 sec delay on every command. 3. My biggest gripe with this unit - NO headphone first HTIB not to have this function. I've owned several HTIB's , including some other Panasonic models, over the past few years, and this one is by far the most impressive.
Date published: 2011-03-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very nice HTIB It is NOT the perfect sound system for everyopne in every situation. OK, got that out of the way. What it is ... a really nice sounding, compact, easy to use (if you are familiar with sound, video and WiFi equipment) HTIB. Setup was a breeze. The speaker wires were, thankfully, easily long enough to accomodate the speaker placement I needed to employ based on the room (master bedroom with heavy furniture I had no desire to move ... LOL). I can see where someone who has not configured a multi-function device like this might find themselves a bit boggled by it all. I agree with the reviewer who said the explanations of some of the functions and custom choices was sorely lacking in the manual. However, in my experience, connecting to my WiFi took about 2 minutes from the time the unit discovered my network, I put in my security code and it said "success". From there I went to VieraCast and logged into my Pandora account, worked perfectly. Then over to Netflix, popped open my laptop, activated the unit with the code provided, 30 seconds later my Instant Queue was on the screen. So now on to the sound setup which is a bit of a mixed bag and why I gave Ease of Use a 3 rating. You really have to just click on everything to see what it does. Period. It is the only way you will find something that suits your listening preference and works with the most different sources. I really liked the feature of being able to run the Speaker Test and adjust the Center, Sub and Rear volumes to match the L-R Fronts. I did NOT like the fact that the L-R Towers are NOT adjustable. I was able to dial in a 2ms delay on the Center speaker and a 10ms delay on the rears which gave a very nice, expanded active listening area. However, even when dropping the Center speaker 3db and the rear speaker output by 6db (the maximum) they are still a bit too loud compared to the Fronts and that's my major complaint. If I could have bumped the Fronts up a few DB I think I might have been able to get an almost perfect balance. I have pretty much settled on Manual>MultiChannel>Movie as my "default" setting since most HD programming is in 5.1 surround already. The system absolutely ROCKS when a BluRay disk is the source and Music CD's also sound much better than expected even at high volumes. I'm well aware HTIB's are not touted for their "audiophile quality" music reproduction and I have a system in my living room that was specifically put together for that purpose. But if I'm just puttering around the bedroom and would rather crank some tunes than have the TV on this unit is really decent sounding and powerful enough to enjoy the music. The SubWoofer may be small in size but it has NO problem at all putting out some nice, fat bass in a room with heavy carpet and drapes and a big old mattress right in the middle to soak up sound. I set the unit on Bass = 4 and also enabled HB (Heavy Bass). I may even back that off a bit as time goes by. I would definitely recommend this unit to anyone that understands what they are buying and the primary intended purpose of the unit. It compares VERY favorably and EXCEEDS most of the other HTIBs I have heard in stores or at friends' homes. I plan on updating this review after I have spent more time with the unit. I'm still not done fiddling with the settings and I have no idea of the reliability yet but the unit will definitely get a workout in my house. Oh, forgot to mention, I got this through my Employee Purchase Plan at work and I absolutely could not beat the price for a unit sporting this level of features and power. If I had to pay full retail I wouldn't have put "Inexpensive" as a PRO.
Date published: 2011-03-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 3d x2 I got the 3d tv speical except no sound system so when looking this system was great only con was you cant buy it without the br dvd player so now i have two They should sell the sound system with or without the bluray palyer
Date published: 2011-01-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not even support DTS with optical in You will not believe it, but this Home Theater does NOT support DTS over Optical In. When you use the Optical In, only Dolby Digital or PCM (2.0) will work. For a expensive set produced in 2010 you expect that it will support DTS over Optical In. Even my old Home Cinema system that is 6 years old supports DTS over Optical In. It is also extremely hard to use, not the mention the worste manual I have ever seen. Every option is writen, exept what the option will do. For example you can choose a sound type M1, M2, but what M1 or M2 menas is unknown.
Date published: 2010-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great sound- Good looks-Great purchase This was the first home theater in a box I have ever purchased. The system was fairly easy to set up although the owners manual could be a little confusing if you're new to sound systems. The sound is unbelievably clear and realistic. The subwoofer is very powerful and adds the right amount of bass to enhance any movie or add fullness to music. Since my thin tv didn't have room to place speakers on top, the tall boy front speakers were the answer. The surround sound is awesome and with all the features this system shouldn't become outdated for a long time. I'm very pleased with this system.
Date published: 2010-12-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AWESOME THEATER SYSTEM I bought this theater system cuz i bought a panasonic full hd 3d viera 25series n the sound is awesome..watching a 3d movie wit this theater system is out of this house friggin shakes when i watch movies..the only people that dont like my theater system is the people that live in the same as me hahaha..All i gotta say is wow man really..
Date published: 2010-11-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not what I expected The speakers sound alright but not much better than the tv speakers. They don't get very loud at all through cable. The back surround speakers get static constantly and won't even play correct sound anymore. I am returning this if still possible as this product is a joke. It is not easy to use and just feels like a cheap product.
Date published: 2010-10-28
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Firmware & Drivers FIRMWARE
Owner's Manuals
How To Guided Tutorials
  • What do I do in the unit has no power?
    If the unit is not powering on, remove the power cord plug from any power strip it may be connected to and plug directly into the wall outlet.
  • How do I connect a Panasonic home theater system to my TV?
    Panasonic recommends that you use an HDMI cable to connect the HDMI output of your Blu-ray disc player to the HDMI input on your TV. Then place your TV on the correct HDMI input using your TV remote control.
  • How do I activate my Netflix account?
    Start by pressing the Netflix button on your remote or select the App showing on screen. If you do not already have an existing Netflix account you'll see an option on Netflix screen offering a free month. "Start your Free Month" should already be highlighted. Navigate to the form and Click [OK] and fill out the information as required on the screen.
  • How do I use the ARC feature with my home theater system?
    ARC is an abbreviation for Audio Return Channel. To use this feature the HDMI cable you are using must be compliant to HDMI v1.3 spec or later. Older cables may not work correctly.

    VIERA Link can work with either the HDMI- ARC feature of a compatible TV.
    For ARC usage make sure that the systems HDMI ARC port is connected to the TVs ARC port.

    1. Press [HOME].
    2. Select "Others" icon and press [OK].
    3. Select "Setup" and press [OK].
    4. Select "Audio" and press [OK].
    5. Select "TV Audio Input" and press [OK]. Then select the "ARC" option.

    Afterwards the TV's ARC feature will control the home theater system and the sound from the TV will be heard through the systems speakers.
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