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A while ago I asked for some advice on a good yet reasonably priced home audio options.
Well, I have yet to purchase and I'm looking again. Through my work, I get a small discount through Panasonic, so I was looking at there items. Most of their theater sound systems (which I need everything btw...sub woofer, 5.1 surround sound, receiver, etc.) has "Full HD 3D Blu-Ray Disc Home Theater".
I know I'm going to sound like an idiot...but what exactly does that mean? I know it means the system comes with a 3D blu-ray player, but does the Blu-ray player work as the receiver then? Does this eliminate the possibility to hook up the system other things (DVR, PS3, Xbox, etc).
I would love to have the speakers be wireless...but fear that by doing this, they could only be hooked up to one thing...being the 3D blu-ray player. Which I don't even need anyway because I don't have a 3D TV and already have a blu-ray player in my PS3.
Anyway...if the discount is good, can I get something like that and still set up my other systems to it? Would I need a receiver to do so? And if I would...would it be worth it to buy from Panasonic or just go with a Home Theater in a Box set from somewhere else?