Motorola Home Theater System DCP501


#1

Welcome to the Motorola Home Theater System DCP501 topic page for Tuesday, June 28th. Please post your questions, experiences, or pricing comments here.


#2

Seems like a pretty nice piece of equipment!!

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Motorola Home Theater System DCP501
The movie theater experience without the sticky floors
$129.99 + $5 Shipping and Handling


#3

WOOTCEPTIONAL™ - A very subjective word as each woot is exceptional to some and drek to others :wink:

I’m about ready for some BOC or WOOT-OFF madness. Hopefully we will get to see some soon.

But then again… they may be waiting till woot 2.0 is launched to do something like that again. Hmmmmm…

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Motorola Home Theater System DCP501
The movie theater experience without the sticky floors
$129.99 + $5 Shipping and Handling

Bring up the subject of movie theaters to Grand-dad and he’ll happily wax nostalgic for hours. Those nickel double-features, with a cartoon and a news-reel, and piping hot popcorn dripping with butter…of course, he never mentions the ratty seat cushions, the deafening click-clack of the projector, or the weirdo in the trenchcoat three seats over. Nostalgia just isn’t what it used to be.

The Motorola DCP501 home theater includes a DVD/CD/MP3 player, 100 watts x 5-channel amplifier, and an AM/FM stereo receiver, so you can turn your living room into a grand film palace (or a smokin’ hot discotheque) without ever leaving the womblike security of home. And it’s all in one austere grey unit, so you don’t have to worry about embarrassing yourself by tripping over a tangle of wires. When you can’t hop a streetcar to catch the latest George Raft picture, your next best bet is the DCP501.

Condition / Warranty:

Condition: New, Retail
Manufacturer Warranty: Service & Support 1 year
DVD player / AV receiver:
Width 17 in
Depth 20 in
Height 6.1 in
Weight 35.1 lbs

Audio System:

Built-in Decoders Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby Pro Logic II, Dolby Digital, DTS decoder
Audio D/A Converter 24bit / 96kHz
Digital Sound Processor (DSP) Yes
DSP Preset Qty 6
DSP Presets Stadium, Arena, Theater, Club, Concert, Church
Surround System Class 5.1 channel
Response Bandwidth 20 – 20000 Hz
Signal-To-Noise Ratio 95 dB
Output Channel Qty 5 channel(s)
Output Power / Total 500 Watt
Amplifier Output Details 100 Watt – at 1 kHz – THD 0.1% – 2 channel(s) ( main )
100 Watt – at 1 kHz – THD 0.9% – 5 channel(s) ( surround )
Bass Control Yes
Treble Control Yes
Built-in Display: Fluorescent
Additional Features: On-screen display, built-in digital cable receiver

Connectors:

Headphone Jack Yes
Coaxial Digital Input Yes
Optical Digital Input Yes

Radio:

Type Radio tuner – AM/FM – digital
Tuning Display Fluorescent display
Preset Station Qty 30 preset stations
DVD:
Media Format CD-R, CD-RW, DVD, CD
DVD Repeat Modes A-B repeat, all, title, chapter
MP3 Playback Yes
Supported Digital Audio Standards MP3
Remote Control:
Type Universal remote control – infrared
Supported Devices TV, VCR, AV receiver
Features Multi-brand compatibility

Connections:

Connector Type 1 x composite video/audio input ( RCA phono x 3 ) – front
1 x SPDIF input ( TOS Link ) – front
1 x headphones ( phone stereo 6.25 mm ) – front
3 x composite video/audio input ( RCA phono x 3 ) – rear
1 x audio line-in ( RCA phono x 2 ) – rear
1 x SPDIF input ( TOS Link ) – rear
1 x SPDIF input ( RCA phono ) – rear
3 x S-Video input ( 4 pin mini-DIN ) – rear
3 x composite video/audio output ( RCA phono x 3 ) – rear
3 x S-Video output ( 4 pin mini-DIN ) – rear
1×5.1 channel audio line-out ( RCA phono x 6 ) – rear
RF input ( F connector ) – rear
5 x speakers output ( one-touch x 2 ) – rear
1 x serial ( 9 pin D-Sub ) – rear
RF output ( F connector ) – rear

Miscellaneous:

Cables Included 1 x S-Video cable – 6 ft
1 x video cable
1 x coaxial RF cable – 6 ft
Included Accessories:
AM antenna, FM antenna

Power:

Power Device Power supply – internal
Voltage Required AC 120 V ( 60 Hz )
Disclaimer: Woot staff doesn’t know much about Digital Cable, but we know enough to not guarantee that this will work in your area, with whatever cable you have (even if that cable makes use of other motorola equipment.) It may be a lot simpler than that in some cases, but we’d recommend seeing enough value in the key dvd+receiver features that you’ll be happy if the digital cable proves inoperable in your area.


#4

I want this!

I want W00T to sell REALLY BIG HARD DRIVES!


#5

not…


#6

Nice woot! Not fer me already got that crap, speaking of crap, BOC BOC BOC!!!

W00t 0ff tiem and B0C TIME! BAG OF CRAP! BAG OF CRAP! BAG OF CRAP!


#7

Niiiice!

Gnite ALL!!!

Tom


#8

Woot! Long Time First Time!!!


#9

Wow its really hard to get into the forums.
Anyway its a nice deal.
Too bad they offered an audio system less than a week ago.
I wonder how they compare head to head…


#10

again?
Lets have a lcd screen on here soon :wink:
Severs seem to be having problems today


#11

Bring on the Yamaha’s then I’ll be interested! 'Course they won’t be for that cheap price.
:wink:


#12

Oy, this one again. Well, if you missed it last time and actually wanted it, here’s your chance. 0.9% THD? I’ve got a clock radio with better specs than that.


#13

If I hadn’t just bought the Sirius radio bundle…


#14

but can it deep fry a buffalo in 20 seconds?


#15

Gee, Home Theater.

Deja Vu

All over again.

Lame


#16

:? We must be working the re-runs this month? I know I saw this a couple weeks ago.


#17

Oh, let’s hurry up, already. Item ten, nine more to go…

(i’m following you, heh heh)


#18

:roll: BOC PLEASE!!! :roll:


#19

Very nice, but I have a good system already. BOC, BOC, BOC. Goodnight all


#20

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I definitely agree with the de-emphasis on the cable tuner. Might be a good idea (if it comes up again) to highlight the huge size and weight, too.