|Item Weight||5.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.3 x 13 x 9.8 inches|
|Item model number||NSZGT1|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Specification Met||Energy Star|
|Special Features||HD Compatible, Is HD-Ready, Noise Reducing|
|Frequency Response Curve||60 Hz|
Sony NSZ-GT1 1080p Blu-ray Disc Player Featuring Google TV with Built-In Wi-Fi
|Price:||$356.99 & FREE Shipping|
- Google TV brings TV and Internet together, and seamlessly searches your device, the entire web & apps
- Blu-ray Disc playback capability, along with DVDs, CDs, and digital files via USB or network devices
- Intel Atom Processor (1.66GHz) for world-class HD video, audio, and advanced graphics
- Surf the web while watching TV using Dual View, stay up to date with an upgradeable OS, Power : AC 120 V
- It has full HD, 24fps playback. Upconversion of lower-resolution sources, it is not 3d compatible
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|Connectivity Technology||wi-fi built in||Built-in Wi-Fi||WiFi||Built-in Wi-Fi|
|Total USB Ports||1||1||1||1|
|Number of HDMI Ports||2||1||1||1|
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Internet-ready TVs use your broadband connection to deliver dynamic content, whether it's streaming video from Netflix, new music from Pandora, or a quick glance at today's weather forecast.
Although there is overlap, each manufacturer offers a unique bundle of free or paid services, including streaming video and music, social networking apps, online photo galleries, news and financial updates, weather info, sports scores, and a variety of other smartphone-like applications.
Manufacturers continue to add new content to their offerings, keeping customers current through firmware updates, and making a bit of research a prudent step in your buying decision.
Learn more about Internet TVs, how they work, what services are offered by different manufacturers, and exactly what you'll need to get started at our Internet TV 101 customer center.
Sony's NSZ-GT1 Internet TV Blu-ray Disc Player redefines the way a Blu-ray Disc Player looks with its sleek, stylish design. It also makes advances with Google TV on-board: search the entire web, TV listings, and apps to find exactly what you're looking for. Watch TV, browse the Internet, or do both at the same time on the same screen. Plus, finding your favorite content is a breeze thanks to the included, intuitive handheld keypad with mouse. Now you can watch the game while tracking your fantasy team, tweet about the TV show you're watching, or update your Facebook status while viewing TV. Not to mention play back all those Blu-ray Discs and DVDs...
Television, Meet Internet
Google TV Built-in
Google TV delivers a new experience by bringing the TV and internet together. Using your existing cable or satellite service and at no additional cost, Google TV gives you access to more entertainment options and simplifies the process of finding what you're looking for. Plus, you can enjoy both TV and web content at the same time, on the same screen.
Automatic upgrades from the powerful Google TV platform ensure that your Sony Internet device is up-to-date, and you can access thousands of downloadable applications from the library of Android Apps, for new content and capabilities.
Personalize your TV experience with downloadable applications such as:
- Twitter: Keep in touch with people and get real-time updates.
- Napster: MP3 downloads and unlimited on-demand music streaming.
- Pandora: Free, personalized internet radio playing only the music you love.
- Netflix: Instantly watch Hollywood movies and thousands of TV episodes.
- Android Market: Made-for-TV apps redefine your television experience. Discover more with apps from the ever expanding Android Market.
- NBA: Check stats while you watch the game. See standings, video highlights and more
Intuitive Handheld Keypad
Use the intuitive handheld keypad for easy navigation of Internet features. An optical finger sensor offers control the mouse pointer, scrolling, zooming in on images, and more; and a a full QWERTY keyboard is provided for entering text.
Superior Processing With Intel
Intel is at the heart of Sony's TV evolution, delivering processing power and intelligence for world-class HD video, audio and advanced graphics.
Enjoy the convenience of built-in wireless connectivity to make accessing your online entertainment--including movies, photos, music, videos and more--even easier. For those who require or prefer a hardware LAN connection, an Ethernet port is provided as well.
Search Across TV & Internet
Whatever you're searching for, Sony Internet TV will help you find it on TV or the Internet. Whether you're looking for a channel, show, or website, spend less time searching and more time watching.
Surf the Web While Watching TV
Navigate between websites and television channels or enjoy both at the same time, on the same screen, with Picture-in-Picture. Easy as checking your favorite team’s stats while watching the game, or tweet with Twitter while you are watching.
3D Blu-ray Disc Playback
With the convenience of a built-in 3D Blu-ray Disc player, watch your favorite movies in Full HD 1080p in 2D or 3D.1 The network connection means you can access online BD-Live content as well, and 24p True Cinema allows for viewing video at the intended 24 fps (frames per second) picture quality.
Built-in 1080p upscaling converts lower-resolution sources, so you can enjoy your DVDs in full HD quality (along with music from your CDs).
Network/USB Media Playback
Most of us have an increasingly large number of digital media files these days, and the NSZ-GT1 offers support for several formats. Play back MP3 audio files, H.264 and MP4 video, and JPEG/GIF/PNG image files directly from USB devices. You can also just grab them from your network storage device or computer, thanks to DLNA (photo only) and UPnP (video/music/photo) network standards.
Link to Select Mobile Phones
Add your mobile phone to the Google TV experience. Using your existing Android phone or iPhone as an additional remote control, search content with voice navigation, or share web content between the phone and TV.
Easily connect select HD DVR devices from Dish Network to include your previously recorded content in the search results.
NSZ-GT1 Select Specifications
|Supported Media Formats|
|Disc:||BD-ROM, CD, CD-R/RW, CD-DA, DVD, DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW, Hybrid BD/DVD, BD/CD, Bonus View, BD Live|
|Video:||AC/MPEG4-AAC, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC|
|Photo:||JPEG, GIF, PNG|
|Internet Capability:||Google TV|
|DLNA/UPnP Playback:||Photo (DLNA), Video/Music/Photo (UPnP)|
|Inputs and Outputs|
|Digital Audio Output (Optical):||1 (Rear)|
|Ethernet Connection:||10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T (Rear)|
|HDMI Input||1 (Rear)|
|HDMI Output||1 (Rear)|
|IR Blaster:||1 (Rear)|
|USB 2.0:||4 (3 Rear/1 Front)|
|Weight and Dimensions|
|Dimensions (WxHxD):||13 x 2.3 x 9.8 Inches|
1. Broadband Internet connection speed of at least 2.5 Mbps recommended (10 Mbps for HD content). Video quality and picture size vary and are dependent upon broadband speed and delivery by content provider. Select content provided subject to change. Premium content may require additional fees, a subscription and/or PC registration. Wireless connectivity requires a home network with an 802.11 access point (802.11n recommended).
2. Application must be downloaded from the application store. Check phone’s application store from your device for compatibility. Requires that the Google TV device and the remote device be connected to the same home network with the remote device connected through an 802.11 access point (802.11n recommended).
3. Check Dish Network website or owner’s manual for compatibility.
4. 3D requires 3D content, 1080p 3D HDTV, 3D glasses, 3D emitter, and HDMI™ cable (at least 10.2 Gbps).
What's in the Box
Sony NSZ-GT1 Internet TV Blu-ray Disc Player, Keypad With Batteries, HDMI Cable, IR Blaster Cable, AC Power Cord, AC Adapter, Documentation
Top Customer Reviews
So, to the review. The Geek Squad guy came and installed it along with a new Yamaha receiver and 55" Sony TV. I already had a home theater set u- from when we built our house so the Geek guy was just replacing old equipment. While this is not a review of the Geek Squad, the guy did do an excellent job and gave my wife and I instruction on how to use all the new devices. When he left we stumbled around a bit following our notes and after an hour or so began to get the hang of it. While the GT1 is not without some warts. It does take some getting used to after which it is a pretty slick little device.
The PROs for me are it is a Blu Ray player (not my primary goal). While my new SONY TV is "internet connectable", I need a Blu Ray player to get Netflix etc. The GT1 allows this plus being a DVD/Blu Ray player. The real bonus is it allows me to surf the net. All in all it fits well into my surround-sound home theater. [Actually, the Geek guy got my sound system working better than it has ever been.]
The CONs for the GT1 are: small size of the controller and keys on the key pad; my 70 year old finger tips are big and blunt. The manual that came with it is practically non-existent.Read more ›
First of all, I went to purchase a Blu-ray player with wireless internet. Why? I wanted to get Netflix in my bedroom and I wanted to be able to play DVDs too. I knew I was looking at spending around $200.
I walked by this in the store and gave it a whirl and was already impressed. The menus are not confusing if you have a smart phone with apps. It is pretty much set up like that. Even the keyboard is reminds me of my android cell phone. Then I found out it wasn't that much more money for this than a decent internet blu-ray.
I bought it and took it home. I wanted to wait for my hubby to come home and hook it up, but I was too excited so I gave it a go. I followed the easy start up guide in the box and I had everything set up and running in about 15 minutes. Now this was impressive. It was easy to follow instructions, great on screen commands, super duper easy remote set up. I was set to go. The remote that comes with the unit flawlessly controls my TV/Cable box DVR and this unit.
Now for the best parts of this unit. I can get my Netflixs with no problem. I can even read, send, recieve emails. I can look at my facebook and post and do anything else I normally do. I got an email from my dad that had a photo attached and I was able to pull up the photo on my 37" tv. I love being able to search the internet right in my bedroom on a very nice 37" monitor. It also has a pic-in-pic feature so I can watch my show and google at the same time.Read more ›
Right out of the box I notice there wasn't any in-depth user manuals, just a few Quick Start setup guides. I wasn't afraid of this knowing that the OS in the unit shares much with Google's Android and if you own an Android smartphone then you are already half-way to understanding how this works.
Looking at the back I ran into my chills... only HDMI ports and an optical audio connector. Uh oh. I own an older Hitachi projector HDTV that does not have HDMI, it has DVI and RGB component hookups. I had to figure out a way to get sound into my TV since my HDMI-DVI adapter on the back of my TV won't channel sound through (DVI ONLY supports video, no audio). I ran a RCA connector cord directly between my cable box and my TV so when I'm watching cable I get sound just fine. All other sound comes through the optical connection to my Sony AV receiver. I could have knocked off 1 star for the lack of any other audio connections, but in reality I'm dealing with a 7 year old TV, HDMI is the defacto these days, so it's not Sony's fault.
With that one bump dealt with, now I became a very happy camper.
Seeing previous months-old reviews I was a little scared that it wouldn't support any TV source other than satellite. Nope - we're good here. After an initial update, it found my cable box and was able to control it just fine using the IR blasters. It integrates itself very well with my Time Warner Cable set top box. The setup for controlling my cable box, Hitachi TV, and Sony AV receiver was fast and simple. Even easier was the wireless configuration to my Netgear router with support for both G and N wireless.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Be warned there is no component or av connections only HDMI and only onePublished 1 month ago by Gil007
Arrived on time, worked great. We used it to turn a dumb TV into a Smart TV for Viacom's X! service and it worked great as a second TV.
Customer service was great as well. Read more
Sony has failed to update this product in some time. The Google browser installed is dated and is rejected by a number of sites, limiting its usefulness.Published 4 months ago by Robert Miller
I bought my player less than two months ago. It is no longer supported and is unable to get updates now. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
It's great except it no longer plays any amazon.com movies or TV shows and now You Tube will play for a while and then locks up and will only play again after you restart it and it... Read morePublished 6 months ago by lepoer18