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sony dav fx 10

by itakecash / November 16, 2005 11:00 AM PST

Hi does anyone have experence with this unit? I would love some more indepth info if anyone can give me their opinions ect.

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sony dav fx 10
by jcrobso / November 17, 2005 5:07 AM PST
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Well I have not heard this system, but found it on the Sony web site. A Home Theater in a box it is.
Would be ok for a small Living room. but don't expect it shake the rafters.
Some specs for the web site below.
Note it clames a 1000 watts total power output!! But it only draws 160 watts of power from the line.
So Sony magic it? OUTPUTS more POWER than it TAKES in or just some Sony balony. John

? Power Requirements --- 120V AC, 60Hz
? Output Power --- 1000 Watts Total (Front (RMS 10%THD) 143 Watts x2; Center (RMS) 143 Watts; Surround (RMS) 143 Watts x2; Subwoofer (RMS) 135 Watts; Subwoofer (RMS) 285 Watts)
? Power Consumption --- 160 Watts (at stand by less than 0.3 Watts)

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by itakecash / November 17, 2005 6:25 AM PST
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thanks jc, i think your post said all i need to know Happy

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yea, good for small room
by masterying01 / November 17, 2005 3:38 PM PST
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it does have an upconvert dvd player w/5 disc changer. but it lacks a lot of bass and will only be good for a small room. if u got a lot of other things u want to plug in for surround sound...i'd definitely look somewhere else. its a little pricey too.

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