Released September, 2011
The Pros:Upgrade your "dumb" TV to a "smart" tv for about $100. Multiple outputs, will work with any TV. Remote control from the computer or smartphone.
The Cons:Will only output to one video connection at a time. For example, if HDMI is connected, composite is disabled.
The SMP-N200 is the followup to Sony's Netbox with added 3D and live content streaming. When paired with an existing home wireless network, Wi-Fi and DLNA compatibility allow access to content stored on other devices on the home network for viewing on the big screen, as well as being managed and controlled by them.
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Without the cost of a higher end HDTV with built-in tv/radio tuner, this box has connection options to connect to almost any TV, providing access to content sites such as Pandora, Slacker, Netflix, internet radio and HD 3D movies, and the system can be remote controlled from either a computer or iOS/Android smartphone using the Sony Media Remote app. You can also use it directly with multiple Sony HomeShare speakers for a wireless home sound system that can be controlled and managed from any room. Connections include LAN/Ethernet input, HDMI output, digital optical output, Component and Composite audio/video outputs and of course Wi-Fi, and Full HD 1080p output is achieved when using HDMI and an HDTV. USB input also lets you connect an mp3 player, digital camera, storage device etc for playing a wide variety of formats.
- Upscaling: Yes (Precision CinemaHD Upscaler)
- LAN input
- HDMI output
- Composite a/v output
- Component a/v ouput
- 3D streaming when used with 3D TV
- Sony HomeShare
- Dimensions (Approx.) : 5.9"x1.7"x5.9" (150x43x150mm)
- Weight (Approx.) : 0.9 Lbs (420g)
User Reviews (4)
Upgrade your "dumb" TV to a "smart" tv for about $100
Multiple outputs, will work with any TV
Remote control from the computer or smartphone
Physical LAN network connection
HDMI, component, composite and optical S/PDIF connection
Can be used as an inexpensive music streamer
Will only output to one video connection at a time. For example, if HDMI is connected, composite is disabled
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