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Sony BDV-T57 Blu-Ray 5.1 Home Theater System

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  • Instantly stream a wide variety of movies, TV episodes, videos and music from a large selection of entertainment applications.
  • Easily connect to your wireless broadband network
  • Begin enjoying your entertainment faster than ever.
  • Instantly gives you access to detailed information about the movies you are watching
  • Experience sound closer to the way it was captured with LPCM, Dolby TrueHD and dts-HD master audio codecs
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Brand NameSony
Item Weight10 pounds
Product Dimensions19 x 16 x 19 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB003Z4YTL4
Best Sellers Rank #164,465 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight40 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableAugust 10, 2010
  
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Product Description

Experience Full HD 1080p and powerful HD surround sound with the Sony BDV-E570 Blu-ray 3D Home Theater System. Wirelessly stream a wide variety of internet and personal entertainment. Experience Full HD 1080p and powerful 5.1channel HD surround sound with the Sony BDV-E570 Blu-ray 3D Home Theater System8. You can also wirelessly stream Netflix, Amazon Video on Demand, Slacker, YouTube and more.1,4.

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Customer Reviews

I gave it ONE STAR for the box.
Garrock
The networking feature is great, so I can stream movies and music that I have on my computer.
Amazon Customer
CONS - - Asinine boot up time - 20 seconds minimum to get sound to come on!
Mo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By egdeleon on January 4, 2011
There are a lot of bells and whistles on this 3D system. I attached my system to a Toshiba 46WX800 since I knew the internal speakers on an LED system would not give me the theater feel that I wanted. I have had the system for 2 weeks and love it. The system talks to my TV and knows when to turn on the TV when I place in a DVD and keeps the speaker and TV settings for "movie" that you manually set. I used the built-in Netflix everyday and did not see a lag in it. That is done via wireless dongle that comes with the unit. I have not compared the 3D to other 3D DVD units so I don't really know if the 3D is the best. But I will buy one and compare. I do see in 3D with the Toshiba TV attached! The setup of the unit is unique where it has a microphone listening to the speakers and adjusts the unit according to the room in which you have set it up. You do have to update the system when you get it. It is best to update using a WIRED LAN instead of the wireless.

By the way, the tags on this are wrong this is NOT a wireless speaker system out of the box. It is a 5.1 surround with ability to go to a 7.1 with sony wireless SRS speakers that are extra cost.

This unit is a little less than $300 in both Costco and Samsclub as of Jan 4, 2011. Too bad AMAZON doesn't sell it themselves.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jim G on October 15, 2010
CostCo sells this unit for $450
I just bought one and so far I'm happy with it. Lots of cool features, crystal clear Blue-ray picture, good sound, plays Pods with usb connection, comes with wireless connection to stream NetFlix, FM radio, etc.
Could be a 5 star for the money but too early to tell for me because I'm still learning what it can do.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Brian B on December 14, 2010
First, the speaker wires are NOT proprietary, despite what DARTH says in his review. The plugs that go into the back of the head unit are proprietary - but that's no surprise - my previous home theater system (a Philips) was the same way. All you need is a pair of wire cutters and you can strip the ends and twist your existing wires together with the new wires, then tape them with a little electrical tape. The sound will not suffer in any way. It does gripe me a little that they make the plugs proprietary, but it's by no means a show stopper. In addition, DARTH knocked the system because it wasn't totally wireless (I assume he meant speakers too) - but if he read the reviews and the box before he bought, he would have known that.

The sound is great, and I still haven't calibrated the speakers or really spent alot of time on the system. The wireless for streaming should be a great feature.

I do wish there was an additional USB port on the back, but that's minor. The additional features that come with this system make it worth the $300 I spent at Costco. Wireless streaming devices can cost $100+ just on their own.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mo on April 6, 2011
I bought this from Costco a few months ago mainly for the Live Streaming and Netflix features but immediately started noticing little details that eventually led me to despise this system.
I've devised a Pro/Con list to break it down:

PROS -
- The system looks great.
- When volume is maxed out it's a LOUD system with great BASS.
- Upgraded from the previous 5.1 System Sony had without the Broadband connection, Netflix and other online features are great to have.
- Piss off your neighbors.

CONS -
- Asinine boot up time - 20 seconds minimum to get sound to come on! And if you accidentally power off and power on again it will take about a minute for sound to come on (you better have a DVR to pause your show/movie while this thing limps itself to work).
- You have to select the function almost every time upon starting up and adds an unnecessary step. The system seems to arbitrarily select the mode after starting up, while other systems usually have memory that will remember what mode you were in the last time before you turned it off, so if you were watching tv and decide to watch tv again the correct mode would have already beeen selected.
- Background sounds seem to take priority over speech in shows and movies at times making dialogue difficult to hear clearly at certain volume levels (I'm 27 years old with no hearing issues).
- Can't view and select Netflix movies from the system, you have to use your computer. This seems like one of those issues that could have been solved had they thought about it for an additional day before putting into production.
- One of the speakers are now crackling, awaiting the pop any day now (we never have the system maxed out above 30, usually at 22-24 volume range).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By John H. Taylor on February 26, 2011
One feature of this unit that no one even mentions is that it plays multi-channel (5 discrete channels plus subwoofer) Super Audio CD's (SACD) - this is a disc format introduced about 10 years ago that never caught on with the general public, but is in high demand with the Audiophile community. When played on a system like this, with multi-channel speakers, it's like being in the recording studio or concert hall. The sound from SACD's is nothing short of spectacular, it's a thousand times better than regular CD's - literally a thousand times more digital information is encoded in a direct stream onto SACD's than on CD's (CD's are only a sampling, which means the computer that makes them is guessing and filling in the blanks). The SACD system is as close to analog (the real world) as digitally possible. It's a billion times better than MP3's and a million time better than iTunes ACC. Hybrid SACD's will also play on regular CD players, while pure SACD's will only play on SACD players. Amazon sells Super Audio CD's.
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