- Free 60-Day Tech Support: This item is eligible for FREE Tech Support for 60 days from the date of delivery. Over the phone, our trained technicians can help you set up, configure, connect, and troubleshoot so you can start enjoying your new purchase. Owners of qualifying products can reach Tech Support by selecting your product on the Contact Us page. Learn more
Sony HT7200DH Component Home Theater System - Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- 5.1 Ch Home Theater System w/DVD/CD Player
- 1080p HDMI Active Intelligence - (3 in/1 out)
- 1000-watts(160Wx5+200W Sub at 1KHz,<10% THD)
- Digital media port
- XM Ready and listen to all exciting stations available through XM satellite radio
Customers Also Shopped For
Special Offers and Product Promotions
Top Customer Reviews
The system looks great. The speakers are a decent size, and when set up, can look very attractive in a modern themed room. The receiver itself is very slick with with a nice design.
The receiver has plenty of hookups that will be suitable for most people. With 3 HDMI inputs, you should be able to hook up all your Hi-Definition components. One great feature is the ability to process the audio through the HDMI. Some receivers can't handle this and you have to deal with complex connections involving analog to digital, digital to analog, etc. This receiver is great for a PS3 owner because it can take advantage of the loss less sound formats. (Dolby TrueHD, DTS MA, etc.)
I haven't hooked up the included 1080p upscaling DVD player and don't know if I will because I have a PS3. Therefore I cannot comment on that component.
The remote is pretty weak. It has a hard time working from further distances and it is in no way universal. I would recommend a fairly high-end universal remote. I was dealing with three remotes and it wasn't pretty.
The included speaker cable is pretty standard and if you're running some cables under the carpet or through the wall or something, you will most likely need some longer cables to reach the surround speakers.
The sound is great. The powered 8 inch subwoofer really packs a punch for movies and games. The different standard-def audio options sound great with your cable box.
There is an auto calibration setup which consists of placing the included microphone at the same height and location you would be sitting.Read more ›
The included DVD player nearly matches the Blu-ray in picture and sound quality. They are controlled by a sweet Logitech universal remote. I like the TV and movie sound more than the entry/mid priced 7 year old Onkyo system it replaces. Sony 7200 provides high quality sound and plenty of gush in the highs and lows. It is definitely louder than the previous system. I had the base set at 5/8, and later tuned it down a bit to the middle. The base has a major league punch. For CD music listening, I'd say it ties with the Onkyo, which is fantastic. The Onkyo and the CRT TV are moved to the man-cave.
One thing I was looking for in this purchase was that it would provide plenty of volume. And it does. I have the volume meter turned to 20 to 25 for normal TV viewing, 15 to 18 for evening viewing, and 30-35 when viewing sports or movies with company. Believe me, 30 is loud, 35 is booming. I don't know how loud it gets and haven't read up on it. To me from 15 to 35 range is more than acceptable, anything louder is reserved for rock concerts, or to "blow off someone's clothes" I guess.
The build, including the speakers, are of high quality fit-&-finish and solid. I'd highly recommend this product as the home theatre center piece. Very pleased with all this performance for a nominal price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Solid System for the money. It allows for all types of connections: HDMI, Component, or basic RCA jack type connectors. Read morePublished on October 26, 2009 by Dale J. Fink
If you really want surround sound please dont go cheap!! You get what you paid for. I actually bought 3 of these and regret it everyday I turn it on. Read morePublished on April 12, 2009 by E. CHEN