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Sony BDV-E570 Blu-ray Player Home Entertainment System

Sony BDV-E570 Blu-ray Player Home Entertainment System
Sony BDV-E570 Blu-ray Player Home Entertainment System


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Sony BDV-E570 Blu-ray Player Home Entertainment System


Sony BDV-E570 Blu-ray Player Home Entertainment System

Bring your movies to life with this 3D Blu-ray Disc home theater system, which features pristine 5.1-channel surround sound and wireless streaming capabilities. Experience full HD 1080p and powerful 5.1-channel HD surround sound, and enjoy expanded entertainment options as you wirelessly stream Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Slacker, YouTube and more.

  • 1000 watt, 5.1-channel surround sound system with Blu-ray Disc player
  • Enjoy Blu-ray Disc movies in Full HD 1080p, including 3D Blu-ray Discs
  • BRAVIA Internet Video for instant streaming of content from Netflix, YouTube, Slacker, and more
  • Share your home videos or photos on the big screen or listen to your favorite music with USB Input
  • Turn your iPhone or iPod touch into a remote with a free app

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  1. 182 of 184 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Pleasantly Surprised, July 23, 2010
    By 
    Tony
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Sony BDV-E570 Blu-ray Player Home Entertainment System (Electronics)

    Where to start…

    Nerd’s notes:
    First of all, for those that get the Sony BDV-E570 that was manufactured earlier in the year, it may have been before they fixed the issues with the software upgrade. I believe I received such a model. Being the overly concerned nerd that I am, I read the manual. It is not very specific, but does tell you to plug in the network cable to perform the upgrade. Read into this and you must assume to NOT PERFORM THE UPGRADE OVER WIFI. Well, you can take that a step further, (which of course I did), and you can download the update directly from Sony, place the files on a blank CD-R, then place the disk in the player and perform the update that way (it auto detects that the disk contains update files very nicely). This worked perfectly. No issues like the horror stories I have been hearing about this model (earlier this year), and the next model up the BDV-E770W. Due to the age of the model I received, there were two updates to perform, which I did, using two separate disks for each update. They take a while, so don’t start one if you have somewhere to be. You do have to perform both, and the latter update is the more important one that enables the features that make this platform what most people are looking for, a 3D capable Blu-Ray HTIB with DLNA Features (both of these are why I got this model).

    Now on to the good stuff.

    Wiring: The room I placed it in is wired for 7.1, so connecting the rear speakers was not an issue. The speakers themselves have standard pinch connectors, so insert the wire and you are all set. At the reciever end, there is a custom connector, so you will have to splice it to your jack wires if you don’t use the wire they provide (which looks a bit short for a larger room).

    Network: Ok, I did manage to get this onto my dual band Wireless N network, although all of the settings had to be set manually, it did not seem to like the WPS (Wifi Protected Setup), which configures the wireless settings automatically. After the updates, all the network features work fine, Netflicks, YouTube, Pandora, Slacker, and so on.

    Sound: Have a vaulted cieling in the room it is set up in, and it fills the room with plenty of sound. I am not cranking it and it is more than enough sound to provide a enjoyable home movie experience.

    Video: Not much to say here other than….WOW. The upscaling is very good. BD is awsome.

    Connections: If you are looking for a simple HTIB with a lot of features, this is the system for you. If you are looking for the HTIB to double as a receiver, look elsewhere, or make sure your TV has plenty of inputs/outputs. It does take audio inputs from digital coax from your settop box/satellite reciever, and optical audio from your TV (which is good if you have game systems, etc. plugged into your TV. NO HDMI IN. Bravia Sync works great. The TV and Player can be off, insert a disk, and it fires up the TV, kills the TV speakers, selects the correct input for the player, and you are off and running without having to monkey with the TV remote to select the correct input. The wife appreciates this feature more than anything else. USB works great, plays music on a usb thumb drive with no issues at all.

    System Menu: Since we do have a Sony LCD, I became addicted to the XMB menu interface (Cross Media Bar), the same interface on the PS3. It looks great and is easy to navigate. This system has the same menu interface, and makes finding the extra internet content very easy.

    Cons: There are not many, but aside from the lack of video inputs (does not affect me, but could be a serious issues for others), there are only a few things I would mention. First being a network feature that I selected this model/line for: DLNA. For some reason, it cannot see the DLNA server that I have setup on the network. I am looking into the reasons, and will repost if I find a solution. Speakers, while 1/2 the weight of my previous HTIB, they seem flimsy. The Sub is a passive sub, while that may disappoint others, it does not seem to punch any less than my last system that had a powered sub. The exterior of the system is a very plain shiny black (kid fingerprint magnet) on the front, although with a lack of knobs, and visible buttons, there is little in the way to attract their attention to twist/press etc.

    Overall, this is an ideal system for those that are looking for an ‘all-in-one’ solution that also has all the internet content. It is powerful enough for a midsized room, and is simple to operate. It has a low profile receiver, and those that are space constrained will certainly appreciate that. The cost is very good (under 400), and for a system I don’t see replacing for at least 3 years, it has all the features and functions I see myself wanting for some time.

    Amazon: WOW. I ordered this system at 3:30AM on Wednesday with…

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  2. 34 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Sony Blu-Ray & 5.1 Sound System, May 31, 2010
    By 
    Anthony Delorenzo Jr. (Revere, ma USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

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    This review is from: Sony BDV-E570 Blu-ray Player Home Entertainment System (Electronics)

    Right out of the box, it was very easy to set up as long as you the patience to find a way to run the rear speakers with hiding the speaker wire. Also, the speaker wire to the the rear speakers is too short to place them far enough back to optimize the 5.1 sound.

    I Wish that the subwoofer was powered. The passive subwoofer gives good sound, not great sound. The 1,000 watt system easily fills the large family room with quality sound.

    The system has the minimum amount of inputs, but lacks an audio out-put to run a set of B speakers to another room in the house.

    I haven’t tried the WiFi conection to the internet yet. I’ll update my review after I try the WiFi feature.

    Overall, It’s a good system for anyone looking for a complete Blu-Ray video & DTS 5.1 audio right out the box. I got the best price from Amazon (Amazon stands behind any product that you purchased fom them) and it was deilver in two days. Other than the rear speaker wires (it’s easy to add additional wire) and the lack of an audio output, I’m happy with the system.

    If anyone has found a way to get a stereo audio output from this system, I’d be very interested in knowing how you did it.

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  3. 56 of 61 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    It works pretty well, but…., September 7, 2010
    This review is from: Sony BDV-E570 Blu-ray Player Home Entertainment System (Electronics)

    I bought this system to replace my Sony 5 speaker system with a 5 CD/DVD changer and a receiver, which was getting a little dated. It does some great things that I couldn’t do with my other system, but there are also some drawbacks. I appreciated most of the reviews on this website, but here are my 2 cents:

    pros: Can watch Netflix “watch instantly” movies and shows
    can listen to Pandora
    can watch photos, videos from a flash drive
    sound is pretty good, comparable to my last system

    cons: It cannot play my iPod (5th gen iPod classic). Watch out for this: the system can play some iPod’s, but not others.
    It cannot play European (other than region 1) DVD’s. I now have to hook up my European DVD player to the television because the unit is not a real receiver.
    Does FM, not AM radio

    Overall, it was a good buy for me since I got it on Amazon for $350, so I can’t complain too much.

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