Released May, 2011
The Pros:Looks good - similar in design to the Sony PS3. Doesn't require a standard remote control - has a free Media Remote app. Fully featured - built-in Wi-Fi, wireless rear speakers, 2x HDMI inputs.
The Cons:Large subwoofer footprint. IPod dock is a separate cradle - not integrated into the unit.
The Sony BDV-E780W is one of three 3D-compliant home theater systems (BDV-E780W, BDV-E580, and BDV-E280) released together in early 2011. The top unit in the series, this 5.1-channel system features two rear wireless speakers, two 2-way front speakers, a central channel, and a subwoofer.
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Together they output 1000W of power in a surround sound format. Plus an included one-touch auto sound setup button allows users to arrange their speakers in a flexible manner. Like its peers, the Sony BDV-E780W offers 1080p playback of 2D and 3D Blu-ray sources, as well as standard playback of DVDs and CDs. Plus it comes with integrated WiFi with DLNA compliance for streaming from a PC, smartphone, iPhone/iPod (dock included), or directly from the Internet.
- 5.1-Channel Home Theater System
- 2x Rear Wireless Speakers
- 2x Front Speakers
- 1x Central Channel
- 1x Subwoofer
- Surround Sound Audio
- One-Touch Sound Setup
- Receiver w/3D BD Player
- 1080p 2D/3D Playback
- BRAVIA Internet Video
- DLNA Streaming
- iPhone/iPod Dock
- Simple Web Browser
- Integrated Wireless
- HD Audio Codecs
- USB Playback
- Dual HDMI Ports
- Advanced Media Remote
- 1000W Output
User Reviews (17)
looks good - similar in design to the Sony PS3
doesn't require a standard remote control - has a free Media Remote app
fully featured - built-in Wi-Fi, wireless rear speakers, 2x HDMI inputs
good Internet app suite - supports all of the major online video streaming services
future proof - supports the latest 3D technology
large subwoofer footprint
iPod dock is a separate cradle - not integrated into the unit
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