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Sony DAV-HDX275 BRAVIA 5-Disc DVD/CD Player 5.1 Channel Home Theater System, Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Wireless Rear Speaker Ready (WAHT-SD1 sold separately)
  • Multi-room S-AIR Technology (S-Air Ready)
  • iPod Cradle (TDM-iP10) for DIGITAL MEDIA PORT included
  • 1080p Upscaling via HDMI
  • Digital Cinema Auto Calibration
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Product Specifications

Brand NameSony
Output Wattage143 watts
Color NameBlack

Product Description

The Sony DAV-HDX275 BRAVIA Theatre System is a home theater System with an integrated 5 DVD/CD changer, 1000 watts of Home Theater power, and an included iPod Dock. With the optional S-AIR receiver/speakers system, you can now easily send your music wirelessly to another room in your home. Using exclusive Sony Technology, S-AIR brings the promise of multi room audio distribution that most anyone can set-up, its that easy. DAV-HDX275 comes equipped with DIGITAL MEDIA PORT that works with various accessories (sold separately). The DAVHDX275 can control a select number of BRAVIA televisions with BRAVIA Sync via the HDMI interface. With "One Touch Play," operations that took several steps have been reduced to one. Also, HDMI interface upscales DVD media up to 1080p This BRAVIA System optimizes speaker placement in just 30 seconds with Digital Cinema Auto Calibration.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 38.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 39.4 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0015HOG02
  • Item model number: DAVHDX275
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,517 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 1, 2008

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Very easy to setup.
J. R. Wyatt
I have never had to return anything, I Have bought alot of things from here and me and hubby are so happy with every Purchase!
Charlie
The sound is great and the quality is awesome.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

80 of 80 people found the following review helpful By J. Page on April 4, 2008
I had been in the market for a set of inexpensive bookshelf speakers when I stumbled across this brand new model Sony system at a local retailer. For the price, this unit is pretty hard to beat, with a fairly extensive feature list and only a few drawbacks.

This unit is the brand new "step up" to the popular HDX265 model system. The speakers are the same, but this unit adds digital dolby decoding, additional digital input capability (important for decoding Digital Dolby from satellite or cable boxes) and support for the new "S-AIR" system that allows wireless connectivity to other rooms in the home.

Sound quality from this setup is good, although not impressive if you are used to higher end sound from seperate components. Certainly good enough for use in a bedroom or other application (I put this in a small workout room). Sound quality is better than most shelf systems in the same price range and should give most other all-in-one-box systems a good run for their money.

Setup is extremely simple with color coded wires for all of the different speakers. Unfortunately the wires terminate to special connectors that plug into the back of the main unit. This would make extending/replacing the wires a pain. The unit includes a microphone and a nifty auto-calibration feature that sets all of the speaker levels correctly with a few taps on the remote control.

The remote control itself is handy, but on the cheap side.. it's pretty basic but gets the job done. It will control all of the unit functions and even allow for basic control of an iPod that is connected to the included iPod dock. The remote control can also be programmed to control most model TVs.
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54 of 54 people found the following review helpful By W. Perkins on November 28, 2008
I appreciate the audiophiles' reviews of this system, but any criticism is mostly unfair. If home theater systems were cars, this system is a Cadillac. No, it's not a Lamborghini, it's not a Bentley, it's a Cadillac, and it's at Chevy pricing. Folks who are seeking the highest standard of sound quality have no business buying this system and broadcasting their esoteric disappointment in it. I purchased this system as a "get me by" system, that is, I wasn't expecting a lot from it... it was destined for the bedroom TV... a 42" Aquos LCD. I wasn't expecting much, but was blown away by the sharpness of this system's sound, and its ability to produce balanced movie bass. The upconversion is nice, especially on Pixar movies and other animated titles. I do highly recommend an HDMI cable for great color and sharpness (vs component video or S-video). Also, I do recommend this system's hardwire speakers over the S-AIR speaker/receiver system, which is highly susceptible to RFI/radio interference (think low-quality walkie-talkie). The sound movement from speaker to speaker, especially on THX certified pictures, is incredible if you haven't experienced home theater before. I watch DVDs at sound level 30 and feel like I'm in a full size DTS movie theater. I would say this: if you can (want to) spend 50% more for 10% better sound, then this system is not for you. But if you're looking for a good home theater system that you and your family will greatly appreciate, and have countless DVDs (not Blue-Ray / HD), then this is a great system for your money!
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By RARinCinci on May 10, 2008
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I purchased this Sony DAV-HDX275 BRAVIA Theatre System primarily because of the BRAVIA Sync Feature and I am very pleased. I generally use the unit for watching Television. I can now use one single button on my HD DVR cable box remote to turn on the DVR, the Sony BRAVIA TV, and the BRAVIA Theatre System. The BRAVIA Sync will even change the Theatre System's input to the TV's sound input, turn off the TV's internal speakers, as well as allow the use of the cable box remote to adjust the volume. No more looking for three different remotes.

Note that you must use an HDMI cable or else these steps require the use of the three remotes, and I know, since I temporarily had the system hooked up with a component cable having used my HDMI cable for the cable box. With two kids and a wife that is not as technology tolerant, the system was always set back to a TV only setup requiring the use of all three remotes to reset to the full experience.

As far as sound quality and setup I will leave that to others to review in detail. I feel that you get the expected performance for a sub $300 unit that is very sufficient for home theater use though a bit underwhelming for listening to music at higher volumes.

I do want to mention that the unit has one unique feature that I especially appreciate. There is a night mode button on the remote that reduces the bass and boosts the center channel voices. In this mode the unit is easily used at low volumes that are less disruptive when watching after the kids are in bed yet still sound much better than what the TV speakers would alone and without surround sound.

The reason that I did not give 5 stars is partly because of some of some minor issues. The remote is not great though I use it infrequently.
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