Sony DAV-HDX275 BRAVIA Review

When it comes to home theater systems, the Sony DAV-HDX275 BRAVIA is easily one of the most technologically advanced, new age products on the market. While many systems are bogged down with the same old technology, Sony has stepped out a little bit with this product, providing motorcycle accessories and options that are truly friendly to the technologically inclined consumers in today’s market. The system itself provides a huge amount of sound power and quality. It is highlighted by 5.1 digital audio, which powers up to 1000 watts of sound into your home. With five speakers and a strong sub-woofer, this system is truly one of the most dynamic on the market today.

While many home theater systems are designed to provide good sound quality, few come with the consumer friendly features of the Sony DAV-HDX275 BRAVIA. It comes with the capability of holding up to five different DVDs or compact discs. In addition, just about everything on the system has automatic calibration, meaning it adjusts for the position of your speakers without any work on your part. Another nice thing about this home theater system is that it had HDMI capability, meaning it can adjust to the new televisions, as well as some older screens.

System Pros

There are quite a few positives that go along with owning this system, most of them having to do with ease of use. This system is one of the first on the market to come with one-touch technology. This is a new feature that has basically simplified things for you, and allows you to control advanced functions of the system with only a single click of a remote. This is a step up from the days when you might have to adjust a number of different switches in order to get the result you were looking for.

Another pro to owning this system is that it comes complete with capability for most media devices. If you are like most people, you will want to play music from your iPod through the speakers of your new system. The Sony DAV-HDX275 BRAVIA has an iPod dock, and has the capability to play other sorts of new media, as well. The setup and installation of these things is extremely easy, as with most aspects of this system.

The system comes complete with a digital signal processor, which in layman’s terms means that your sound quality will be enhanced even greater. No matter if you are playing music from an iPod, watching a DVD through that player, or just watching the game on digital cable, the sound will adjust to perfectly suit your room. It is this feature that certainly makes this system one that’s worth your consideration.

System Cons

One of the problems with this system is that, while it does have ports for your media hookups, it does not have more than one. That means if you are toggling between a couple of external sound applications, you will have to do a little bit of work in changing out the cords every so often. In addition, there is only one HDMI hookup, so you have limited capability there.

Overall, the system is a good one and it is a progressive step in the right direction for Sony. They have really stepped it up in terms of trying to provide the best sound quality, while also providing premium peripheral capabilities for customers. This system is not the absolute best thing that you can buy on the market, but it provides a great deal of sound power and application capability for the price that you’ll be paying, making it quite a value.