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I'm very disappointed with Sony. I had another Sony Home Theater system with a 5-disc changer that lasted 11 years, until a bad lightning strike hit the house, so I bought this one as a replacement. They don't make multi-disc units anymore. After 2 1/2 years, the amplifier died. It started flashing a Push Power/Protect message. I followed reset directions, didn't work. Called Sony tech; they walked me through the same reset routine. No power. They gave me the number for the repair service, where I found that it would cost $118/labor, plus parts, plus $28/shipping each way. When I remarked that the unit had not had much use, and was not very old, the tech told me that the system is powered on in standby mode, even when turned off, suggesting, I guess, that one should unplug when not in use. I said that requirement to UNPLUG when not in use should be posted in BOLD letters on every unit, if they are so susceptible to quick death from being plugged in, and he repeated how it is not good for it to be plugged in. I think I'm done with Sony. That's $350 I'll never see again.
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 not want to buy Sony. I had another Sony device and it was problematic, but when it arrived I tested and the sound was good. I didn't pay too much attention as it was not used much. But I soon discovered it had similar issues. The Blueray goes off randomly. Nothing as fun as really getting into a movie and your BluRay stopping in the middle of it. Another issue is with Netflix. For whatever reason it loses your Netflix login information and the same is true of trying to log in to youtube. So you have to reenter your login information everything time you want to use. If there was one word to describe it, it would be random. If I could exchange it for something else, I would do it in heartbeat.
Great sound and quality. I gave it low stars since it doesn't have hdmi inputs. For the money this is unacceptable really and it is too late to change my mind. I did purchase an audio extractor to fix my problem however. Now all output that is sent to my projector can get extracted in 5.1 and sent via spdif to the tv input of this device. Search for J-Tech Digital ® Premium Quality 1080P HDMI To HDMI + Audio (SPDIF + RCA Stereo) Audio Extractor Converter if you're in the same situation I'm in. In addition, this doesn't come with HBO GO and other cool apps that I have on pretty much every other device I own. There is no way to install from sony store.
The video sold me but this item is not what I dreamed of. The system is not compatible with other sony speakers. Sounds weak. The subwoofer is lame. The only good thing the ability to play Pandora from your phone or tablet. in my experiences with this the streaming video player is slow and the menu shows no concern for user friendliness. I actually stream from roku because the system is unreliable. I thought it was my Internet and it was this device.
Hi, I bought this unit to watch movies and play FLAC music files from my laptop computer. It is with no small disappointment that i comment on the subliminal quality of the LFE (Low Frequency Effects). To say i felt short changed is an understatement. I went against all admonition from local store clerks and my personal understanding of the cost benefits of other cheaper or more readily available alternatives to buy a Sony on amazon. As i'm in the Caribbean, it isn't really advisable to return it after paying for international shipping and custom fees. Maybe i'm an audiophile, i don't know. With the way that term is being thrown around its hard to determine precisely what it means. All i can say is i like my sound ascending high in the relevant parts and digging deep into the low frequencies when needed. With a rumble so deep it resonates palpably within the mediastinum. This unit? Well..... its a tease. It starts off so beautifully, reproducing sounds that is satisfyingly neutral, rumbling deeper and deeper into the low frequencies and then.......it just stops. Ha ha ha.... Then it picks up at whatever base frequency it is capable of a response. Where did the quality go? All my life i grew up with Sony products. My two elder brothers were quick to purchase Sony products when the time came to set up their homes and the experience has always been a deeply satisfying. Good one Sony. I'm never buying your product again.
This player does everything it says it does. It only plays DVD's well. I bought it to get a combo player, and play the inputs from the television. * Pros: Plays DVD/Blu Rays. Can plug in hard drive, play MKV files (many players don't). * Cons: Does not play DIVX files, a common format. When switching to TV or external audio inputs, you will have to wait about 15 to 20 seconds for it to recognize the new sound input. That's if you can get it to switch inputs--it has 3 methods, and the 2 easy ones fight you. - the audio selection button on the front panel. I frustratingly press it over and over. Finally it decides to move off dvd and to the other inputs. A little later, it will play the audio. - The remote control audio button. Same problem. - Switch TV to Sony input. Switch Sony player over via it's menu system to sound >> TV optical sound input (or RCA input). Switch TV back to TV. Wait for it....then the sound comes. Note that changing the TV from one channel to another can sometimes (but not always) result in waiting 15-20 seconds for the sound to broadcast. I'm using a digital antenna and the sound comes out of the TV speakers immediately, and my prior Samsung DVD player/receiver did not have this problem.
This BluRay player comes with a web browser, youtube browser, etc. All are less user friendly than my old Wii, mostly due to the on-screen keyboard. Despite having bluetooth, the Sony receiver can only take bluetooth audio inputs -- not a bluetooth keyboard. When using the browser, youtube, netflix, or other apps, you have to use the up/down/left/right arrow keys to move to one letter at a time and select it on screen. Painful, even when compared to the much older WII with a similar on-screen keyboard, but with a fast-moving controller. On the Sony player, I use the youtube about once every few weeks; I always have to wait for it to update first (1/3, 2/3, 3/3 updates ever time). No idea why.
I have sent a suggestion to Sony to update the firmware to allow customers to use a $10-$15 bluetooth keyboard. They said they would "pass that idea on." I think they passed it to the garbage can.
Like the bluetooth audio input, there's also an FM receiver. Like every other option on this player, the FM player is not user friendly.
The player has a good two dozen or so other fee-based services built in, it will also update with new for-pay specials. All of which clutter up the menu with the things you'll use, and none of which you can hide.
I've used other model layers in the past; this is the only one I've used that was so slow to recognize or let you switch between other inputs. Most of the several dozen gee-wiz add-on's in the menu system are unclear in function, and cumbersome to use, or just plain advertisements for fee-based Sony products.
Summary: It works well enough as a DVD player with speakers, but if you want any more (using for broadcast TV audio, video games, FM, etc) your money is best invested in a real receiver and a less expensive DVD player.
After 1.5 years of using this system (Amazon prime videos, Netflix, Blu-ray) I hope that it dies, I'm sooooo annoyed by it. Sometimes it connects to the Amazon server (or Netflix, doesn't matter) within 15-20 seconds, sometimes it literally takes 10 minutes. 10 minutes of staring at the screen saying "Acquiring internet content..." while the kids are yelling "where is Mickey Mouse, daddy???". *ARRRG!* My router is close-by, btw - connection is not the issue.
Also, it sometimes stuffs an update down your throat. You can't tell the unit to do that later and it literally takes 30 minutes. Usually when you get ready for movie night. Bummer.
Sound-wise the unit has way too much bass. No setting to change that. I had to disconnect the bass speaker because it was unbearable, even without neighbors close-by.
Overall a pretty awful product that somehow works which is the only reason why I haven't thrown it out of the window yet.
I just recently purchased. The sub is not very powerful, not very deep at all. The center speaker overpowers all other speakers, back two can't really be heard much at all. If the price was closer to $150, it would be an okay system. However, I will be sending back and paying a little bit more than I originally planned for a better quality sounding system. For me it's worth spending a little bit extra for the quality.
This system shuts down every once in awhile while playing dvds or blu rays, for no good reason. This has been happening ever since we got it. Very disappointed. I do love that you have the options to watch Netflix, Hulu, listen to Pandora and other options.