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      18.07.2011 18:14


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      The best blu-ray home cinema in a box under £500

      I've had this Sony system for about 8 or 9 months now and have been really impressed by it's performance, the on-line streaming is brilliant as is the pcture and sound quality.
      The system came in one large box and was easily installed and set up on my own in about 30 to 40 minutes once i had trailed all the cables round the room and set up the speakers exactly where i wanted them.
      The picture quality is stunning and looks breathtaking on my 52" Sony Bravia 1080p tv, the surround sound is great, the floor rumbles and shakes when explosions take place in movies, you truely feel like your in the middle of the action.
      The design of the E370 is really nice, solid black unit and speakers, the speakers are small enough to placed around and not be too obvious(until they are on)
      This is without doubt the best blu-ray home cinema in a box under £500


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      14.02.2011 13:12
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      if your good with technology it's excellent value, if not be prepared for a long slog setting up

      The system looks great, its sleek black design and nice sized speakers look great. The subwoofer however is quite large, luckily with a 47 inch tv it didn't look too out of place. This is our first surround sound system so we were apprehensive how to set it up....and we were right too.
      The inital stage of getting all the wires from the speakers into the dvd box wasn't so bad, they are all colour coded for ease. However getting the tv, sky box and dvd together was a nightmare, took easily 3-4 hours and even after that, the dvd used the surround sound sytem but the tv didn't. After a lot of discussion and cable identifying, we worked out we didn't have a HDMI cable. So the next day we bought one of them. Still doesnt work. Again back to the highly complicated diagrams and jargon and it seemed we needed yet another cable to join the sky box to the surround system.
      As yet we haven't got the digital audio cable or whatever it's called so can't comment on the sound through the tv but the surround sound when watching is a dvd is really good and hopefully through the tv will be as good.
      All it would take to make this whole process a lot easier is on the first page of the instructions is to say...."If you are connecting a tv>dvd, you will need to buy a HDMI cable, if you are also adding a sky box you will need to buy a digital audio cable". Problem would have been sorted! The cost of the two cables is going to be approx £20, not a whole load of money but after 3 days of setting the system up it would have been nice to have this explained before it was started so we aren't in limbo and have a half surround system and several trips to retail parks!
      I'll admit I'm not great with technology but I can follow decent instructions, these however were unbelievable, the booklet is about 100 pages thick and sends you round in circles to solve technical problems.
      I really hope the system is going to be worth all the trouble, maybe one day we will attempt to attach a dongle to make the speakers wireless instead of hiding all the cables but after the installation process I think that will be a long way off!


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    • Product Details

      Immerse yourself in a true at-the-movies experience with this all-in-one 850W home cinema system

      Full HD 3D Blu-ray Disc player built-in with up scaling of standard DVDs via HDMI cable (3D playback via software update)

      Stream music, video and the latest Catch Up TV direct from the internet via the BRAVIA Internet Video platform

      DLNA Ready for streaming music, video and pictures from a PC (via software update)

      Auto calibration for perfect acoustics regardless of speaker location

      Easily release music and video from your MP3 player via the USB port, and play or listen back through the big screen

      Entertainment Database Browser with Gracenote technology displays cover art, search history plus track and album information

      Take charge of playback functions using your iPhone/iPod touch with a downloadable application

      Supports Dolby TrueHD and Dolby Digital plus, DTS-HD High resolution audio, and DTS-HD master audio audio codecs

      Technical Data

      Product Description: Sony BDV-E370 - home theatre system - 5.1 channel
      Product Type: Home theatre system
      Components: Speaker system, Blu-ray disc player / AV receiver
      Enclosure Colour: Black
      Sound Output Mode: Surround Sound
      Built-in Decoders: Dolby Pro Logic II, DTS Neo:6, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS-HD High Resolution
      Surround System Class: 5.1 channel
      Output Power: 850 Watt
      Radio System: Radio tuner - FM - 20 preset stations
      DVD: Blu-ray disc player
      Internet Streaming Services: BRAVIA Internet Video
      BD Profiles: Profile 1.1 (Bonus View), Profile 2.0 (BD-Live)
      Digital Player (Recorder): WMA, AAC, MP3, LPCM
      Supported Digital Video Standards: AVCHD, MPEG-4, WMV, DivX, MPEG-1, MPEG-2
      Network Player: Network player
      Speaker(s): 4 x satellite speaker - external
      1 x centre channel speaker - external
      1 x subwoofer - external
      Remote Control: Universal remote control - infrared