Released April, 2011
The Pros:Good value for the price, lots of components and functions. Enough detail in the audio for general TV viewing. Speakers look very nice, sleek monolithic design.
The Cons:Subwoofer isn't powered, lacks power and punch. Audio lacks detail that audiophiles will be listening for.
The Sony BDV-E280 is one of three 3D-compliant home theater systems (BDV-E780W, BDV-E580, and BDV-E280) released together in early 2011. All three models feature an integrated Blu-ray disc player that can handle 3D and 2D BDs, as well as DVDs, SACDs, and CDs.
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In particular, this system is a 5.1-channel one with support for a 1000W power output, Internet streaming through the BRAVIA platform (Sony Video On Demand, Netflix, HuluPlus), and 1080p 2D and 3D video playback. The system is also WiFi compatible, though a separate USB wireless LAN adapter is required. Additional features include an iPhone/iPod touch dock, two HDMI inputs, and a simple web browser for browse Internet pages.
- 5.1-Channel Home Theater System
- 4x Satellite Speakers
- 1x Central Channel
- 1x Subwoofer
- Receiver w/3D BD Player
- 1080p 2D/3D Playback
- BRAVIA Internet Video
- iPhone/iPod Dock
- Simple Web Browser
- Wireless LAN Ready
- HD Audio Codecs
- USB Playback
- Dual HDMI Ports
- 1000W Output
User Reviews (9)
good value for the price, lots of components and functions
enough detail in the audio for general TV viewing
speakers look very nice, sleek monolithic design
easy to unbox and set up, everything is well labelled and obvious
well integrated online functions, gives good access to the web
subwoofer isn't powered, lacks power and punch
audio lacks detail that audiophiles will be listening for
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