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Sony BDVE670W 5.1Channel 1000w Blu-ray Home Cinema System

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  • Watch movies in 3D for stunning, real life viewing
  • Stream music and videos straight from the internet
  • USB to access a wide range of personal content
  • 5.1 Satellite Speakers, 1000 watts
  • Wireless rear speakers (transmitter required)
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  • Boxed-product Weight: 18 Kg
  • Item model number: BDVE670W.CEK
  • ASIN: B003I643S8
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 10 Jun. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 129,299 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Immerse yourself in the ultimate High Definition experience with Blu-ray Disc™. Built-in BD-Live (Profile 2.0) gives you access to movie-specific online content including trailers, interviews and other extras to enjoy through your Blu-ray Disc™ Player, in sparkling digital multi-channel sound.

Fewer wires, less clutter, more flexible layout
Wireless ready rear speakers - an optional extra if you're looking for a cable free environment. S-AIR technology transmits high quality sound from the main system to wireless rear speakers for a simple surround sound solution with no messy cables or living room clutter.

Simple, integrated control
BRAVIA Sync lets you sit back and control your Blu-ray Disc™ player, using just the remote control. Our unique technology makes connecting your player up to a Sony TV or Home Theatre system a piece of cake; then just sit back and watch a movie simply by pressing play on your BRAVIA remote.

Amazing surround sound just as the director intended
Dolby True HD and DTS Master Audio formats are supported by Blu-ray Disc™ technology, which gives you a lossless transfer - capturing all the original sound quality, ready to explode into life in your room. Simply, HD audio on Blu-ray Disc™ gives you a far superior listening experience.

Enjoy your DVD collection in enhanced quality
Watch your entire collection of standard-def DVDs in enhanced HD quality. The Home Cinema system upscales DVDs all the way up to 1080p resolution - so all those movies you haven't watched in years are given a new lease of life.

The purest sound quality
S-Master Digital Amplifier makes sure the signal stays clear all the way to your ears. What you get is reduced power consumption and crystal clear audio that's faithful to the original source and free from distortion - whether a CD, DVD or Blu-ray Disc™.



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I would recommend, it's not the cheapest, but I'm totally happy with the investment.

NB: if you don't have a spare HDMI cable, order one at the same time.

Great sound, and when I watched The Day After Tomorrow I got the full bass effect of climate change, as did the neighbours :-) I really have no complaints in this area. The Blu-Ray video playback is great as well on the Sony Bravia KDL37EX503U I bought at the same time.

It more or less configures itself. It comes with a little microphone that you can stick in the middle of the room and it will automatically adjust the gain of the individual speakers to the right level. Cute, probably not essential, but overall the setup is pretty quick and painless.

When I checked out the model in a retailer, I was a bit put off because it seemed a little cheap and tacky, but having got a new model installed in my living room, I have to say that it looks better that I expected, quite sleek and monolithic, and complements the Bravia that I got at the same time.

I spent a loooong time considering different models, especially thinking about whether to go for the Sony BDVE370 or the Sony BDVE870 instead. The main difference is that the E670W has wireless rear speakers, while the other two are wired. I guess this accounts for most of the price difference.
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I have a new modern flat with a big living room and I have a 'Sharp 46" ' HDTV. Wasn't happy with the TV volume, so went around looking for a good sound system. I was keen to get a good system with excellent acoustics and one that score fairly well on aesthetics as well.
After having researched through AV receivers (Honda + Toshiba Blue Ray combo), Bose and Samsung systems finally settled for the E670 mainly for the wireless rear speakers.

However, I have to say that I am extremely happy with the overall system. Key positives,
1. Super high quality acoustics
2. Inaugurated it with the timeless Arnie classic 'Predators' - completely relived the original theatre experience that I had so so enjoyed when I was a teenager!
3. The main speakers are small, sleek and look fairly nice, can be easily hidden
4. The kit comes with an amplifier for the wireless rear speakers. I did not know about this at the time of buying and wasn't sure how the wireless will be setup. It is actually simple. The main unit transmits wireless to the rear amplifier and the rear speakers are connected by wire to this amplifier. The package is self-sufficient and easy to setup
5. Set-up is easy and takes no more than 10 mins. I was engrossed in my movie 15mins after the kit was delivered
6. The 1080 up-scaling is awesome. I was impressed at the clarity when I played my old DVD

In summary, if you are looking for a good home theatre system. This is really good value for money, no point going for separate bespoke expensive AV receivers, Amps, Speakers and DVD/Blue ray player. Sony has done a good job of bringing this all together at a good price point
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I bought this based on the previous reviews of this and the 370 model (thanks!). As the others said, the sound quality if excellent for the price. The blu-ray player is also very good. And it does all that it says. The difference between this "wireless" model and the 370 model is that the back speakers for this kit is not connected to the rest of the system. They are connected to a back amplifier or some such thing, though, so you will have wires. The only wire this model negates it the one running from the blu-ray/amp unit to the back speakers (front to back of your room). So yes, that makes it a rather pricey difference. Also, do as the other reviewers say and get yourself an optical digital cable and an HDMI cable if you do not have a Sony Bravia TV (mine is a Samsung).

Now for the cons: The manual is not terribly helpful, but you must follow it, because it's not intuitive how the connections work (you can't just rely on AV in and AV out). The weirdest is how you get satellite TV to work. You have to run the HDMI cable from the sat box to the TV (not the Sony blu-ray/amp) to get the picture to your TV, and run the digital optical cable from the sat box to the Sony blu-ray/amp to get the sound to the speakers. So when I want to watch sat TV, I turn on the TV, my sat box, and the Sony unit. Then, I put the TV's source to the Sony unit so I can see what I'm doing there. Using the Sony remote, I select the sound source for the speakers (helpfully an icon in the shape of the cross-section of a digital optical cable plug). Then, I go back to the TV and change its source to the satellite (HDMI). I have to do this every time I change between sat TV, blu-ray, iPod, etc. So now you see the other disadvantage. It's not terribly user-friendly.
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