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I am giving this system five stars based on the system value and quality of the surround sound. Although, I hate the fact that the speaker wires are not standard and are hardwired into the speakers; the plugs that go into the receiver are not standard either. In order to run the speaker wire through the speaker stands I purchased (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001VRJ5D4/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_29) I had to cut and splice the wires. Thankfully the wires to the rear speakers, which I wall mounted (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002VFVQWS/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_72) were long enough so I did not have to cut and splice the wires. What is wrong with the engineers at Sony???!!! Why would they create such a great system with such crappy speaker wiring???!!! Anyway.... The quality of the surround sound is AWESOME!!! Once your system is setup (fairly quick and easy) get the movie "Star Trek Into Darkness". Turn it up for the scene where Kahn attacks the conference room. You will feel like you are there. Having this surround sound system with a great HDTV (Samsung 65 inch) is better than going to the movie theater!!!
I tired the wireless version of this first, but the power supply for the two rear speakers was very heavy. So I tried this and I must say the sound is the same. It's phenomenal. For less than $300 I have movie theater sound. There is no receiver, but you can adjust the sound through the software. Very easy setup, there is a graphic for where to place the speakers and sub-woofer, and the pieces have color-coded wires that snap into color-coded ports on the blu-ray player. It's a little tricky to hook it up through the satellite TV box, but I figured it out. You don't need the optical cable as some reviews state, you can use the regular yellow-white-red cable, but the optical cord gives better sound.
Once it's up, there is a simple guided software setup. You can play Internet content through this as well as your TV and blu-ray. I have played DVDs and the upscaling is incredible. I also have heard sounds in movies I've viewed multiple times that I didn't even know where there. The richness of TV program sound is an epiphany. The clarity is much better than just through the TV as well. Go ahead and treat yourself to champagne sound for beer money.
I have a lot of problems with this unit and surprised Sony would make them like this. Unit takes a long time to start up. Way too long. Like many sony products, it goes to sleep whether you like it or not and no way to control sleep setting. If it doesn't get a surround signal, 3 out of 6 speakers simply don't play any sound. Of course there's no way to assign all speakers to stereo output. Sound quality is fine - not amazing but better than a sound bar. Overall disappointing. I'd return it bu accidentally threw out the box.
This is an ok system. The sound is pretty good for supported movies and shows and video games. It is very slow connecting or doing pretty much anything....forget about playing pandora on it. Took forever to load at all and then there's a huge lag between songs....netflix was easy to setup through it but I haven't tried to play netflix through it yet. The physical setup is simple, though you will need to buy HDMI cables seperately and also an optical audio cable (if you have an older tv you'll probably need this cable +HDMI) I've noticed you have to have the sound pretty freaking loud to actually hear the "surround" sound. Cds sound pretty flat when played through this system but it's not really meant to be a stereo so there's that. Really it's not worth the price and I would have sent it back but didn't want to deal with the hassle of boxing it up and shipping it back....so oh well....it does the job...barely.....
After 2 weeks, I realized that the system is defective. It keeps freezing while using Netflix and randomly stops when playing a DVD. I am returning it.
Original Review: Cons:
1- Small surround speakers which have a very low sound quality. 2- Sometimes for no reason, specially when I am playing from Netflix or youtube, it freezes and I have to turn it off. 3- I have high speed internet connection. My smart TV easily connects to internet and plays from Netflix or youtube. This product though has a very low connection speed. It takes a minute for a Netflix video to buffer for example. 4- No manual equalizer. Only a few default ones: standard, rock, hiphop, and electronic
Pros: 1- The bluetooth connection is very easy to made and to listen from your phone or computer 2- Reasonable price
The system works well enough that I will not return it but I had expected better quality from Sony. I have the Sony Bravia TV so I had expected this Bravia Sound System to work well with the TV. Unfortunately the sound doesn't always cut properly to external speakers from the TV when turning the sound system on. The tv sound will continue with the external speakers kick in causing an echo that requires you to restart the sound system to get rid of. Additionally the remote can sometimes be slow to respond to button pushes.
It's nice that the system has access to Netflix and Amazon Prime but honestly, searching is so painfully slow and clunky that I usually just say screw it and use my phone and Chromecast or the Xbox or pretty much any other options I have available for streaming. I suppose if it's all you've got then it's a nice feature to have.
Ultimately I wish I had saved a few bucks and bought a cheaper system without all these extra features that just haven't been worth it.
Good surround system except for the subwoofer which can only be heard at higher volumes and even there the deep lows are not there. At low to medium volumes the system sounds tinny- my room is 10x10 so it's definitely not a room size issue. Would strongly suggest buying an active powered subwoofer (I got a Polk PSW10 off Amazon for $98) to replace the Sony. You'll need to cut and strip the existing wire going to the Sony sub and connect it to the L or R audio-in channel on the new subwoofer. The sound difference is night and day and as good a surround system as you'll ever find for $350- $400 (including the Sony system and new sub).
There's a few little weird things I don't like about it but, for the cost of this, I hate to complain much but I will, anyway. I wish there were more inputs and I wish there was a front panel display showing the input. Also, the whole menu system which can only be seen on screen can get a little complicated. Not recommended for your grandma unless she's a total propeller head. My biggest complaint is the speakers. They absolutely suck! Little full range, cheap, paper cone drivers in a crappy plastic enclosure and they just sound awful (especially for music). You can ONLY use their proprietary speaker connections (you can't use your own speaker wire) so using trying a better pair of speakers for the front to listen to music might prove to be a challenge.
I did some home work before buying a new surround, left it in the box for around a month before I installed it. I had it hooked up for around 2-week before I watched a movie on it and found out the rear surround speakers are not working. The speakers are fine, can't return to Amazon because its over 30 days old. I call Sony and after @1-1/2hr they said that it must be a bad board and they would send a new one free of charge, but I would have to pay to have old one sent back. When I told them I didn't think that was fair they put me on hold for @20min, told me that I would have to send them proof of purchase(after they had already found where I registered on line). I am not very happy with Sony's customers service. If you buy this hook it up right away to make sure it is in good working order, other than that it is a nice smart home theater system.
I've had this system for about three weeks now and am very happy with the purchase. I currently use the system in a small to mid sized room with cable and a Roku hook up to it. The two along with the built in Blu Ray sound great. I haven't really used the built in WiFi apps because I have a Roku, but the little I see looks to be a quality alternative if you don't have a setup like I do, and want Netflix, Amazon, Crackle, or others. Another real nice feature is the ability to sync a phone or tablet up to the unit via bluetooth, and stream TuneIn, Amazon Music, Pandora, IHeartRadio, or any of the other unmentioned audio services. The one negative I have, is it seems to take a bit longer than my last system to start up. Time will tell how well built the unit is, buy so far this is a great value for price.