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See picture right, and watch our unboxing video for a demo of how this works. Should you just want to use them as compact standmount speakers — preferably on stands — then you still need to unscrew the mini stand, thread through the supplied speaker cable and then slide the stand back in to place. It makes the solution neat, but the speaker cable is a little prone to getting in the way of the screw. The influence of the Sony PlayStation is obvious and no bad thing — rather some smooth curves than the more familiar Sony BD box design — and extends from the main unit to the tapered speakers.
There are touch sensitive controls on the right-hand side of the main unit for basic functions, with a bright display hidden behind it that glows in to life when you turn the unit on.
The Blu-ray player is housed in the bump on the left-hand side of the unit. The disc slot is half away along and loads from the right hand side, which works fine for us but is naturally worth remembering when it comes to installation — you need to be able to get at it from that side rather than the front. The Sony Xross Media Bar has been given a slight rejig here, with the interface divided by types of content — photo, music, radio, video etc. Not only are they capable of going loud and really filling a room, but they do so without ever sounding harsh or out of control.
Detailed and nicely balanced, they deliver a cohesive sound with surround effects moving around you from speaker-to-speaker smoothly, creating an impressive surround whole.
Sony knows a thing or two about making an excellent value Blu-ray player and the BDV-N is more than up to standard. Watching The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn colours are bright, pictures are clean and motion is smooth. DVDs are upscaled nicely, too, while even lower quality images from streaming services hold up well enough.
Connect the system to a 3D TV and the Blu-ray player proves adept at delivering detailed, subtle images with a good sense of depth, too. Sony BDV-N Stereo sound Of course, all of our high praise is qualified by the fact you can only expect so much from such a feature-packed yet affordable system. Listening to music, whether on disc or through the iPod dock, is a case in point. Sony BDV-N Verdict Having recently taken a good look at the latest selection of home cinema all-in-one systems from the big players such as LG, Philips and Samsung, this Sony system scores an instant hit as an ultra-competitive product.
BDVN790W Sony Blu-ray Disc Dvd Home Theatre System Replacement Parts
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Sony BDV-N790W Quick Start Manual
Page 4 Start by positioning the speakers according to the labels on the rear panel. Page 5 Next, connect the speakers to the main unit and surround amplifier. Page 6 Insert the wireless transceivers into the main unit and surround amplifier for a cable-free connection. Network settings can be found in the home menu page Page 10 Connect the AC power cords mains leads of the main unit and surround amplifier to a wall outlet mains. Page 11 Connect the calibration mic and place where you would normally sit.