1000 watt 5.1 channel surround sound (167 W x5 165 W) * Three HDMI inputs: single-cable High-Definition AV connections * HDMI Repeater with 3D pass-through * iPod/iPhone dock1 for video, music and photos * BRAVIA Widget unified on-screen interface
Throughout the years I haven't been a huge fan of Sony products as they've always been overpriced in comparison to other companies that offer the same products with more features at a lower price...but after buying a refurb Sony 46" Bravia and this home theater system, I think my eyes have been opened!Now sure the items are still a bit on the expensive side, but how amazingly well they "play nice" together is worth it (just like Apple products).The sound is fantastic and the Bravia Sync is AMAZING as you ju..
Not bad for price. Beware speaker connectors are proprietary and the lengths included are not exactly generous, particularly for rear surround. good luck finding extensions from Sony - tried without success. i think it is 18 gauge but even Sony support could not confirm gauge but it is pretty darn thin and btw, the speakers are a bit on the cheap (1000 watts won't do you much good with cheap speakers) so you are mainly paying for the receiver.
I purchased the HT-SS380 at the store after realizing that the HT-SS370 had been discontinued. I assumed that since the systems shared a common look and nomenclature that they would have the same features (with the added 3-D functionality in the HT-SS380). I was wrong.DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE HT-SS370 AND HT-SS380 SYSTEMS:While the HT-SS380 does have 3-D capabilities, some other notable features are missing. The HT-SS370 had options for purchasing additional components in order to add wireless rear speake..