Sony Bravia DAV-F200 2.1 channel home theatre system

by Dhiram Shah

The Sony Bravia DAV-F200 is an ideal solution to fill a small room with virtual surround sound and still avoid the unnecessary clutter of 6 speakers. The system is very easy to set up and use it uses Sony’s S-Force Front Surround technology combining with a total of 405W S-Master digital amplification to provide virtual surround sound from just two speakers and a woofer. And it’s packed with the latest technology, including an HDMI output which not only delivers superb picture quality, with upscaling to 1080p to make your DVDs, but also allows simple control from one remote handset of both the DAV-F200 and a BRAVIA TV, thanks to the BRAVIA Sync set up. There is a USB socket for directly connecting MP3 players, USB sticks, mobile phones etc so you can playback or record music to them. The sleek main unit has a disc player which handles DVD’s, VCD’s Audio CD’s and multiple file formats including MP3, WMA, Divx and JPEG. There’s also a radio tuner built-in, along with all the control and processing systems to deliver great surround sound.

* 2.1 system with compact, stylish control unit and speakers
* HDMI connection with 1080p upscaling and BRAVIA Sync system control
* USB play and record
* DMPORT connection for portable devices
* Portable Audio Enhancer
* 405W 32bit S-Master Digital Amplifier
* S-Force Front Surround
* Plays DVD, DVD+/-R/RW, CD, CD-R/RW, MP3, WMA, JPEG, DivX (plus WMA and AAC on USB)
* Optical/coaxial digital and analogue inputs for external sources
* Supplied with remote handset
The BRAVIA DAV-F200 will be available in June from Sony Centre stores, retailers and online at the Sony Style shop

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