Sleek simple and small the CS-500 home theater system delivers the effect of a large 5.1 home theater system with just two speakers a subwoofer and an A/V center.
Horn-loaded speakers deliver maximum impactCompact sub delivers dramatic low-end effectsDolby Virtual Speaker technology simulates 5-channel sound Progressive scan DVD/CD player AM/FM tunerThree auxiliary inputsUniversal IR remote*

Each magnetically shielded (so it won’t interfere with your TV) CS-500 speaker employs dual 2.5-inch high-output woofers and a 0.75-inch horn-loaded tweeter. Our exclusive Tractrix® Horn technology is what allows this home theater system to deliver genuine lifelike sound as well as produce more output using less energy.

The down-firing wired subwoofer utilizes a powerful 6.5-inch woofer. Due to its compact size this heavy-hitter can easily be hidden away while still delivering dramatic low-end effects.

The A/V center features a built-in Class D amplifier that distributes 35 watts of power to each satellite speaker and 100 watts of power to the subwoofer. It also includes a progressive scan DVD/CD player AM/FM tuner and three auxiliary inputs. The CS-500 home theater system even has the ability to pass high-definition signals through a component output and can simplify all of the auxiliary input connections into a single convenient output to the TV. An easy-to-use universal IR remote control directs all system functions as well as those of the TV and other entertainment devices.

Available in a black finish this DVD home theater offers a clean modern design that fits comfortably into any living environment. The CS-500 also gives you home theater speakers and a subwoofer in one easy-to-install package. It can be operating in as little as 10 minutes. Simply connect the speakers subwoofer and TV to the A/V center using the color-coded wiring and then plug in one power cord. A step-by-step set up guide is included to walk you through the process.

*CS-500 FAQs

The included IR remote will not turn my CS-500 on or off what is wrong?
The remote might be in the incorrect input mode. The CS-500 remote is universal so users must make sure that it’s in the correct input mode to control the system. You must be in “Disc” or &l