3D Wi-Fi Blu-ray Home Cinema System
- 3D Full HD Blu-ray Disc Player, 3D Surround Sound, 1000 W, four magnetic fluid speaker, Wi-Fi
- 10x better audio quality compared to DVD playback
- Improved 3D Full HD image quality
- Transmission of online video to the TV via Wi-Fi
- Quick Guide Quick Guide FM antenna for iPhone Universal Dock adapter AA battery manual remote control USB cable
The middle class in 3D Home Theater BDV-N590
Turn your living room with Sony’s BDV-N590 from the new line-up for 2012 (previous BDV-E380) in a spectacular home theater! Enjoy with friends and family a fascinating TV viewing experience and the dynamic 5.1 surround sound.
The new design of the N-Series is the highest expectations, from the elegant appearance and touch panel, disk bays via hidden to the slim satellite speakers. The functionality is outstanding with built-in wireless LAN for easy network connection and unlimited access to the Sony Entertainment Network, the ultimate source of sensational movies, music and online content.
The revolutionary Sony speakers replace conventional dampers with ferrofluid technology for high-quality sound in a slim design. Noise reduction by IP content, it is also possible the quality of online content to improve, you play in party mode simultaneously on different party mode compatible devices. Welcome to a new generation of Sony Home Entertainment!
Experience Blu-ray 3D movies in Full HD 1080
3D has arrived in theaters, and now in your living room. Sony covers the whole production chain and is a leading global provider of professional 3D applications. Together with a 3D HDTV and special glasses allows your Sony 3D Blu-ray player the ultimate 3D movie experience at home. The conversion from 2D to 3D content reproduces natural 3D effects and 3D transforms your experience to a new world of home entertainment.
But not only the technology but also in the content development is one of the pioneers Sony. Sony Pictures produces 3D blockbuster, Sony Music Concerts 3D and Sony PlayStation quality 3D games.
The DLNA home network makes it entertainment available anywhere
With your DLNA-certified 3D Blu-ray home cinema, you can use your digital home entertainment system and common control. Sony is a leading member of the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA), an association of companies that have set themselves the goal of a universally common, open standard for networking to create devices.
DLNA has many advantages: you can connect your Blu-ray 3D Home Theatre to TV, laptop or music player, so you can play music, movies and photos on the big screen – no matter where are the individual units.
User Review (by Jay Bennett)
Satisfaction all round package home theater system
We have been looking for a suitable home for our theater system with Blu-Rayspieler. This home theater system has met our expectations.
The installation is really very simple and can be done easily by lay people. The cable length from the rear speakers is 10 m more than adequate for our room.
The wifi connection was immediately after entering the password, the system is ready and announced a firmware update too soon. The update took 6 minutes and then we set off.
The automatic speaker calibration worked with us very well and without problems. We perceive this as another plus, since it really is fun for hours to enter any numbers, but what you can do way too manual for those who like that.
The first Blu-ray loaded and we were able to immediately determine the first level of the system: The loading time was pleasantly short. This also applies to the removal of the Blu-Ray. The Quick Start System has earned its name!
But the main argument for us is the fact that the sound is perfect for our taste! The dialogues are to be understood always very good (of course not, unfortunately, in some systems) and the bass never obtrusive completes the listening experience.
The Department is well thought out and not overloaded and they can also operate in semi-darkness still.
The operation as such is also designed to be simple and intuitive as Sony crossbar system used here the same as for the PS3. It’s fun to use and is self-explanatory. We need at least so far no manual.
The main unit has a sleek touchscreen operating system. What tadelos to light touch responds without delay, and no self-evident.
Only one small negative point is still: The fan of the system is to always listen, even if it only works quietly in the background.
In short, recommended!