Ultimately are appearing equipments that deviate from traditional designs to adopt new practices or simply forms more appealing. In the case of Sony BDV-L600, we found a home theater system 2.1 with a receiver/player console type that can be placed either horizontally or vertically. Also, you can hang on the wall using an optional adapter.
The BDV-L600 design follows the style guidelines Monolithic Design of Sony, which makes perfectly match the of the brand Nippon TV. Looks very elegant, the front of the receiver has a completely smooth surface, with a line of controls and an LCD screen on the bottom. The equipment completed two bookshelf speakers and a subwoofer. These speakers are the rest of the set design, with simple but modern look at a time.
The Sony BDV-L600 features a Blu-ray compatible with 3D movies. It can also read DVD conventional and includes a climber to raise the quality of the video signals up to 1080p. It also has an iPhone or iPod base, and also a USB port that enables you to read files from audio or video from a memory stick or external hard drive. The BDV-L600 plays audio and video formats common from both the disk drive and through the USB port. This includes MP3, WMA, Xvid or MP4 and others. To complete the play options, it also includes an FM radio tuner with 20 presets and automatic station search.
The audio processor from the BDV-L600 is compatible with the latest encryption surround modes such as Dolby True HD, Dolby Digital Plus, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio, DTS-HD Master Audio and even DTS Neo: 6. It also includes the effect of three-dimensional sound simulation S Force PRO 3D and other cool features, like automatic speaker calibration or difeentes preset equalization options for music, movies or video games.
The BDV-L600 has an Ethernet port that can connect to the Internet if you want to surf the Web or enjoy on-demand content from the TV screen. Adding the optional WiFi adapter Sony UWA-BR100, this connection may be made in a completely wireless and can even send or receive video, music or images to another computer over WiFi network as the BDV-L600 is compatible with the DLNA wireless communication system. Thanks to these network characteristics, we can also control the BDV-L600 from an application for smartphones, whether Android or IOS.
Finally, in terms of connectivity the BDV-L600 has three HDMI ports, two USB, composite video output, Ethernet and digital audio optical fiber. The Sony BDV-L600 is now available at a suggested retail price of 450 euros.