There are six identical speakers that are used for the front, surround, and surround back speakers.
These speakers are a little bigger than a soup can, measuring 3.63 inches wide by 5 inches high and 3.2 inches deep, and each features a 2.5-inch bamboo cone driver.
As a result, we had to set the delay times manually.
However, instead of just entering the distance of each speaker to the listening position, the SC-BT200 requires the user to perform calculations on their own.
We doubt too many SC-BT200 owners would actually take the time to do that, but in all honesty we don't think using the factory default delay settings would significantly impact perceived sound quality.
We used a small piece of tape to hold it in place while running the autosetup's test tones.
You can initiate SC-BT200's autosetup by pressing the "Smart Setup" button on the top of the receiver/Blu-ray player's front panel.