Panasonic knows that stereoscopic 3D is currently making waves in the home theater market, and decided to take the plunge into the world of full HD 3D Blu-ray home theater systems, with the SC-BTT750 and SC-BTT350 systems spearheading their effort. Each of them will be Viera Cast-compatible while enabling access to Netflix, Amazon VOD, YouTube, Picasa, Bloomberg TV, weather and other services. As for the BTT750, this model will feature a Wi-Fi adapter but you will need to pick up a DY-WL10 adapter separately for the BTT350. For the SC-BTT750, it will feature a couple of front Tall Boy speakers, a center channel, and a bamboo cone that will do its bit to eliminate acoustic reflections. With a Kelton subwoofer that can pump out 250W of power, you can be sure of a tubthumping experience. The SC-BTT350 will be the lesser model, since it has a quartet of tiny surround speakers which will require to be mounted or put up on stands. Both models however, will feature an integrated Universal Dock for iPod/iPhone and an SD memory card slot. Expect the SC-BTT750 and the SC-BTT350 to retail for $750 and $500, respectively. Of course, they would work best with a 3D HDTV, but would otherwise function as a decent home theater system on its own.
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