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Was very skeptical after having come from a $795 Receiver/Amp, $200 (ea/ qty 2) front speakers, $150 center front sk, $500 Woofer, and $125 rear speakers (ea/ qty 2) *component system* I hand-picked that I had had for years. Very skeptical indeed...! However, the Sony brand name along with the incredible price tag of < $300 (yes, that is not a misprint!) inspired me enough to give it a whirl!
This system is perfect for a small to medium-sized TV/entertainment den/family room--say, nothing larger than 15ft X 25ft, or maybe 5' bigger both ways. All speakers are wired and all wiring is included--which is a big plus for sound fidelity, imo--and the rear speaker wire connections have about 30' of play IIRC--which was more than ample for my needs. If your room is larger than, say, 20'x30', max, then you'll need to buy extra speaker wire for the rear speakers--but that is very inexpensive and easily integrated, and of course only important if you need to put the rear speakers immediately along the rear wall in the room, etc.
Someone else here wrote that the speakers "sounded like a toy,"...;)...and I can only think he had hooked them up wrong, or set them up wrong in the unit's many and varied internal on-screen settings, because these speakers sound dramatically rich, deep, and full--if you set them up correctly. The woofer alone can create *clear* lows that will rattle the building, etc. Low frequency response is clear and pleasantly modulated--not over-killed and distorted like is true in some sound systems today (rap-killed, in other words...;)). These are cinematic speakers designed for precise theatrical sound reproduction and it shows! But that's true for any sound system--you can ruin the sound by not knowing what you are doing in setting it up. But Sony did a great job in tuning the particulars so that you don't have to. No toys here!
I'm very pleasantly pleased and was never even slightly tempted to return the unit--it has exceeded every expectation I had for an integrated all-in-one Blu-Ray surround-sound 5.1 system with a total RMS of 1000W. Sound integration really has to be heard to be appreciated, and with 5.1 Blu-Ray, even 5.1 Netflix streaming or Amazon streaming, the separation is *very* nice--and very noticeably well-configured. Bose taught the world that speakers don't have to be the size of elephants in order to produce nice or volume sound, and Sony certainly carries on that school of thought in these speakers. Wiring is all color coded for even the non-technical among us--this is a quality, well-thought-out integrated Blue-Ray home entertainment system, imo. Highly recommended!
Replaced a very nice Yamaha surround system, because I could never get the remotes working well enough for my wife.
We have a Sony KDL65W850A, and I had a Samsung Blu-ray player, with a Yamaha receiver. I could manage getting everything powered up and running, and I had even gotten a Logitech Harmony 650 all configured. But, naturally, when my wife would try to use it, she wouldn't wait quite long enough for everything to get the IR signal to power up, or down, or whatever, and something would get out of sync. So, I was forever getting called in to "fix it". When I discovered the "Bravia Sync" feature our TV had, I began researching other options.
I found this, and really love it. It's not as beefy as my old Yamaha, but it does the job fine for our TV room (the sub is plenty loud). Also, the wires are just barely long enough (even the front ones, not sure what Sony is considering a "normal" wiring arrangement?). They seem thin, but I guess the speakers aren't drawing that much.
As for sound quality, I don't notice any difference from my old surround system (naturally, completely different than the TV speakers).
The Blu-Ray player itself seems fine. I only have a few, but "Planet Earth" looks as beautiful as ever (especially on this TV, spectacular colors and contrast).
As for the main reason I bought it: YES, it has passed the wife test! Everything turns on and off together. It even works fine with the simple TV remote (the Sony TV comes with a "simple" bluetooth remote, and a "regular" IR remote - sort of a hers/his thing, I guess ;). I only use the blu-ray remote if I want to listen to my phone thru bluetooth, without turning on the TV, otherwise the TV remotes can control everything (even all the menus).
Now, if I could just get a simple, reliable, Google TV client for our HDHomeRun Prime so she can watch Bravo Housewives....
I purchased this Home Theater System for my Sony Bravia, and I could not be happier. The HDMI linking functionality allows you to control TV and surround sound system with one remote. The speakers are easy to set up and configure for optimal sound experience. As far as installation, everything comes in the pack and is pre-wired with colored plugs so you know where everything goes. The one feature that I like the most about this system is the ability to connect my iPhone via Bluetooth, which allows me to listen to my music while playing Xbox or simply while hanging out. Also, I love to be able to sync my mobile youtube account with the device and stream videos. This system has a lot of power, if I keep the volume at 50% you can hear it from across the street! I do not really play many DVDs so I can'd say whether it is a good DVD player or not. For this price and Sony quality, I think you cannot go wrong with this Home Theater. In a nutshell: Pros - A lot of power - Easy to set up - Many features - Bluthooth Cons - None that I can think of
I have only had this a few days, but it is great. I have access to tons of streaming apps, beyond the big names. But most impressive is the fact I can turn on 3d conversion for discs that are 2d. Don't expect it to be jumping out of the screen, but it does look nice to see more depth in the movies. I already had another 3d Bluray-HT system from Sony. But have a 3d projector that I was connecting that one to and needed this one for my main 3d tv.
My only complaint and I am sure as I research it more will find out the reason... Is that 3d conversion for DVD's seems to have a jitter or shaking in the video (more as you increase the 3d effect). Bluray discs do not have this issue, so I am not sure if it is a combination of the system upconverting to HD + 3d conversion being too much or if there is a setting I just need to tweak. If I discover the answer I will post that.
**** Update on DVD 2d-3d conversion jitter **** I found the answer to the problem. under Screen Settings on the Sony player, Go to Output Video Resolution. By default it is set to Auto, change it to either 720P or if your TV is capable 1080P. The problem is that the DVD is not natively 1080P and so when converted to 3d, it goes to 1080i. If you force the 1080p or 720p it will stay that way. though I did have a few times on some previews or menus that it changed to 1080i but the movie itself stayed in 1080p and so no jitter. I had to make no setting changes to my TV. I have a Vizio 42" Passive 3D TV.
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.
Although I am still getting used to this...I have to say that I am extremely satisfied with it. The sound is fantastic, but either I have configured it wrong, (the 1000 watt power) rating) is not there, However, not going to dis the device. I am loving the wi-fi features, when in the CD or music app's thats when I notice the increase in the Power and it is Great! You really can't go wrong buying this and I Highly recommend it. I have the unit connected to my Home Network and it's phenomenal to say the least. Have it connected to a Vizio 4K 55 inch TV and the remote works with it fine. Still in the learning curve but most problems are usually user generated. Can hardly wait for my Sony 4K/3D unit. Just like the old school commerical said, "Sony no Baloney"!
So far this system has done everything I've wanted/needed and more, I love how easy it is to play music from my phone via bluetooth and how simple the home screen is to operate. But neither of those are the best part of this system, the best part is the sound (which is obviously most important) and this thing sounds good paying classical to rock to hip-hop. You can feel the lows as they reverberate around you with an indescribably great sound to them and the highs hit every note possible in a very crisp and clear way, gave me the shivers when I listened to the four seasons. Finally the build is solid with metal speaker covers and a fair weight to each of the speakers with the hq magnets in them and they all have a classy and new age look to them with the angling thing sony did with the speaker covers and bodies. All in all it was easy to set up, does everything I want + some, looks great while doing it, and sounds amazing.