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The Samsung HT-TX52 home theatre system pairs a 1000 watt receiver and 5-disc DVD player with a full 5.1 surround speaker set-up

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The Samsung HT-TX52 home theatre system pairs a 1000 watt receiver and 5-disc DVD player with a full 5.1 surround speaker set-up. One of Samsung's earlier HDMI-supported offerings, it makes use of a precurser to the Anynet+ connectivity found on their newer systems, which allows for other connected HDMI devices to be controlled by a single remote, simplifying playback. The receiver also features a USB Host Play port for interfacing with USB media devices, as well as a standard stereo auxilliary input, easily accessible from the front panel.

Features
  • 5-disc DVD changer with HDMI
  • 5.1 surround sound @ 1000 watts RMS
  • HDMI-CEC connectivity with other HDMI devices
  • USB Host Play port
  • Stereo auxilliary input
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Anonymous
08/22/2011 08:52

about 3 years old, has started shutting off automatically after 10 of 15 mins and the screen says 'protection'. It's not hot.....but is a new stand with a backing on as apposed to before was just glass shelves and no back. Any suggestions? It's becoming a pain!!!

Anonymous

Anonymous

12/25/2011 10:30

mine did the same thing, seems like this unit has overheating issues... bought a receiver instead of fixing for the 2nd time.... costly to repair versus buying something new

Brian

Brian

03/23/2012 09:41

Do u want to sell the receiver

Anonymous

Anonymous

04/26/2012 07:46

The amplifier board is overheating. To fix the problem, open the system completely, locate the fan inside, switch on the system to see that the fan is working. NOTE: the fan should start working after 3mins of sound production through the speakers. If the fan is working, power off the system, unscrew the fan, then reverse it to be sucking air in, screw it back. I did this to mine and it never shut off again.
Hope this help.

Mandy
12/14/2010 06:20

how much would it cost to replace a receiver?

Erik

Erik

12/14/2010 08:34

Receivers can start as low as $150 new, and they can easily go up into the thousands. For something of this caliber, I would say you're looking at around $200-250.

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