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The LHB335 is an entry-level home theater system new from LG in 2010.

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Pros

smaller speakers don't take up too much room

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setup is easy and very fast

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LG updates download and install easily

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wired internet self-configures and works quickly

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Cons

no Wi-Fi, wired internet only

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popping sound when switching between inputs

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few input types, no coax input

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sound quality not up to audio enthusiast standards

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The LHB335 is an entry-level home theater system new from LG in 2010. One major change from LG's previous home theater offerings is the inclusion of an HDMI input on an entry-level offering. Since most home theater gadgets now operate with HDMI, this feature is a must. Though not equipped with WiFi connectivity like LG's other home theater offerings (the LHB535 and LHB975), the LHB335 has LG's Netcast suite of streaming media services, including Netflix, VuDu, CinemaNow, YouTube, Pandora, Picasa and AccuWeather. The LG LHB335 also comes stock with USB 2.0 Media Host. This feature allows you to view photos, play videos and listen to MP3s from other media devices. The Silk Dome speakers (literally a silk dome over the tweeter, which softens the high end) that come with the LG LHB335 perform at the HD level.

Features
  • NetCast Entertainment Access
  • Standard DVD up-scaling
  • HDMI inputs
  • Made for iPod
  • Works with iPhone
  • Simplink
  • Blu-Ray equipped
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