Sony 1000W 3D Wi-Fi Blu-ray BDVN790 Home Cinema System with Rear Wireless Speakers (Old model)

July 22, 2013 - Comment

Product Features Full HD 3D Blu-ray Disc Player, 3D Surround Sound, 1000W, 4x Magnetic Fluid speakers, Wi-Fi Get cinema quality sound 10x clearer than DVD Wireless rear speakers & Wi-Fi cut cable clutter Smoothly stream web video and music to your TV

Buy Now! £449.00Amazon.co.uk Price
(as of April 20, 2020 6:45 am GMT+0000 - Details)

Product Features

  • Full HD 3D Blu-ray Disc Player, 3D Surround Sound, 1000W, 4x Magnetic Fluid speakers, Wi-Fi
  • Get cinema quality sound 10x clearer than DVD
  • Wireless rear speakers & Wi-Fi cut cable clutter
  • Smoothly stream web video and music to your TV

Comments

Biscuits100 says:

Supreme Sound First, some qualification. This is a lot of money to spend on a home cinema system. Not being someone used to spending this kind of cash on electrical equipment, I researched heavily what it could and couldn’t do. I strongly suggest you do the same, and think about what you want it for.Some of the appeal of this system is going to be situational. In my case, I bought it because I already had a Sony TV and knew that this would make connecting this very simple, and I was tired of the tinny flatness from the standard TV speakers.I also installed it in the middle of one side of a very long room, which made it frankly impossible to run cables around to where the rear speakers would sit. The wireless capability in this case was essential for me. It might be that you would invest less for a wired equivalent if that was suitable.Be aware also that if your sofa is to sit against a wall that the wireless receiver needs to ideally sit behind your sofa on the…

zippy says:

Sound fab Came early on the delivery day very pleased with service. Product easy to put together and the set up was easy to do. I was a bit worried it did not have a review on it. As the product was launched in early 2012 it has all the gizmo and have yet to check them out. The sound quality was set up automatically and cannot fault it. The 3D setting sound is the one to go for. So far only had it for a day and so far up to its job. The only downside is the set up menu that was not given much details instructions. Even though with common sense it was easy enough to do. To get the best sound and picture quality it always best to get good quality products. Nothing worse paying big money and getting standard results. Well done Sony in this great product.

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