Released August, 2010
The Pros:Easy to navigate menus - uses Sony's proprietary XMB system. Lots of popular streaming options - Netflix, Pandora etc. Slim speaker design - can be installed just about anywhere.
The Cons:Included subwoofer isn't powered - won't provide the deepest bass response. Lacks DLNA support - one of the few models from the manufacturer to exclude personal media streaming. Uses a proprietary Wi-Fi adapter from the manufacturer.
The Sony BDV-E370 is a low-cost 5.1 channel home theater system. In promotion, Sony emphasizes the variety of options this home theater system gives you. This system provides 1080p 3D Blu-Ray disc playback, and also plays standard Blu-Ray movies in high definition.
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The BDV-E370 also upscales DVDs to almost HD quality. The USB input of this home theater system allows you to listen to music or view photos and home video. You just have to plug in your iPod, digital camera, USB-enabled MP3 player, or flash drive. The Quick Start/Quick Load feature makes setup fast and easy. The Sony BDV-E370's BRAVIA Internet Video feature allows you to access online content such as Netflix, Amazon on Demand, Pandora, Slacker and YouTube. You can get to this content fast with the Xpress Media Bar feature.
- Limited warranty
- Full HD
- 1080p Blu-Ray disc playback
- 5.1 speaker channel
- Netflix, Amazon on Demand, Pandora, Slacker and YouTube access
- USB input
- Quick Start/Quick Load
- DVD upscaling
- Block noise reduction
- Frame noise reduction
- 12 bit/54MHz video DAC
- Mosquito noise reduction
- XMB (Xpress Media Bar)
- S-Air wireless
- 24 bit digital amplifier
- 1 way speaker system
- Passive design
- Stand-by mode
- English/French/Spanish display
- 0.3W power consumption
- 850W Total power (RMS): Center 142W; Surround 142W; Woofer 140W, Front 60W
- Slim speaker type
- Virtual 7.1 channel surround
User Reviews (1)
easy to navigate menus - uses Sony's proprietary XMB system
lots of popular streaming options - Netflix, Pandora etc.
slim speaker design - can be installed just about anywhere
good DVD upscaling - relatively good picture clarity and definition
future proof - compatible with 3D blu-ray movies
included subwoofer isn't powered - won't provide the deepest bass response
lacks DLNA support - one of the few models from the manufacturer to exclude personal media streaming
uses a proprietary Wi-Fi adapter from the manufacturer
iPod mode doesn't show album art on the screen
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