Friday, September 12, 2008

Sony Samurai DAV-FXG99K AV Speaker System

Had a chance to test-drive the latest Sony DAV-FX699K DVD Home Theatre System recently, retails at about RM$2,600.


Tall floor-standing speakers, but equally huge and heavy subwoofer! Basically the system comprises of a DVD + amplifier "unit" which is no bigger then most standalone DVD players, as well as two really tall floor-standing speakers, and a huge subwoofer. I was looking around for the rear speakers, but they weren't to be found, seems this works by 'simulating' the rear speakers.


SONY is just not one to change their remotes ... Would have thought there would have been some evolution, but the RM-ADP023 still looks the same as previous units for various teles, media players etc.


A really cool feature ... DCAC
Digital Cinema Auto Calibration (D.C.A.C) - Transforming any room into the ideal listening environment is now simpler than ever. With Digital Cinema Auto Calibration (D.C.A.C), audio performance is automatically calibrated according to the shape, size and construction of your room. Simply place the supplied calibration microphone at your usual listening spot, position the speakers and connect them to the receiver to activate D.C.A.C.

Sony.com.my lists the basic features ...
1000W Total Power Output
S-Master Digital Amplifier
FM/AM Tuner with 30 Presets
BRAVIA Sync Digital Cinema
Auto Calibration (D.C.A.C)
Dolby Pro Logic II
Bass Boost Function
USB Connectivity
HDMI Output
DIGITAL MEDIA PORT
Movie / Music Mode Night Mode / Dialogue Enhancer
Karaoke Scoring Function
Digital Cinema Sound

3 comments:

Shah said...

Hi there! How many stars would you rating? Quite expensive but worth size and good looking!

Anonymous said...

What's your finding / review on the unit Sound systems and Woofer..?

Julian Si said...

Shah - 3 stars in terms of sound, but 5 in terms of looks and ease of use!

Anonymous - Thanks for the comment, like I described to Shah above, its more abt convenience then outright sound quality which would only be possible through mixing, matching and seriously researching on some "separates"!