The whole system is made out of a hard and quality material. The unit has four stand alone speakers that haven't been compromised in its ability to perform more than expectations. They are nick named Tallboy. Set along side is a powerful bass firing sub woofer that's sure to quench the thirst of those who need their heart burst with the beats of those heavy metals and rocks. The centre unit is a heavy one with an attractive LCD display. It's enabled with USB ports and all those stuffs you would desire in such a system for play back from external sources like a pen drive. However if you are expecting for a HDMI port you will be terribly disappointed just because it doesn't have one. This means you won't be able to plug in a blue ray device. Well it does have an exhaust fan which is intended to cool the amplifier.
The piano finish Samsung HT D555 set is really eye catching. The slim DVD player or receiver is another attraction in the unit. The row of capacitance touch controls are neatly arranged and are very easy to sort. The microphone ports in the front are an active holder of karaoke duets. The rest includes an 8 segment styled LED matrix display and also a USB which enables audio and video playback in the unit.
The remote control of the Samsung HT D555 unit is comparatively disappointing with its low quality plastic made and similarly designed buttons that looks similar in size and shape which is weird. As a relief you would find tactile bumps in the volume and tune rocker buttons.
Samsung HT D555 home theatre comes with many guarantees and also is a best choice for all those wish for a superior performing and highly optimized design for best use. The unit is having a price in India of RS 28, 250 in India.