Released October, 2010
The Pros:Setup is simple, everything is well labeled and there aren't many wires. Audio quality is high enough to clearly hear dialog without having to turn it up. Bass is loud, brings out big sound effects in movies.
The Cons:Bass is a bit boomy, details tend to wash out a little.
The Sony BDV-F7 is a special 3D Blu-ray-disc compatible, sound bar home theater system designed to deliver quality audio alongside blu-ray video content. Geared especially for users who prefer not to mess with complicated multi-channel surround-sound setups, the BDV-F7 features a 3D blu-ray player, a sound bar, and a 6-3/8" Bass Reflex subwoofer.
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The system itself is not wireless, which means pesky cords are required. However, the Blu-ray player / receiver comes with a wireless adapter for streaming audio/video content from an DLNA-compatible computer. Plus there’s a USB port for acquiring content from an iPod, digital camera, MP3 player, or thumb drive. There are also a plethora of audio/input ports for connecting to multitude of additional devices, including an HDTV.
- Compact / Non-Complicated Home Theater System
- 3D Blu-ray Disc Player/Receiver
- Soundbar & Subwoofer Speakers
- Gracenote Metadata Service
- Cross Search
- Dolby TrueHD / dts Master Audio Codecs
- Internet Ready for DLNA Streaming
- Included Wi-Fi Adapter
- iPod-Compatible USB Interface
- Supports 3D BD, BD, DVD, CD, MP3 CD, JPEG CD
- Stereo, Coaxial Digital, and Optical Digital Audio Inputs
- Composite, Component, and HDMI Video Outputs
User Reviews (1)
setup is simple, everything is well labeled and there aren't many wires
audio quality is high enough to clearly hear dialog without having to turn it up
bass is loud, brings out big sound effects in movies
enough volume to fill small and medium sized rooms
low profile form factor, everything stays out of the way
wireless adapter is reliable, never drops in the middle of streaming
outputs to a variety of cable formats for any display
bass is a bit boomy, details tend to wash out a little
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