Summary: The Sony DAV-DX375 is a home theater system with integrated 5 DVD/CD changer incorporating the latest audio and video technologies. DAV-DX375 comes equipped with HDMI interface to ensure compatibility with the latest digital television. It has dedicated audio input for portable digital music players. Plus with its auto calibration feature, configuring the 5.1 ch. speakers to create an optimum sound field for your listening environment is automatic.
Summary: Extremely easy to set-up. Very easy to use. However, did not see any "up-graded" difference in video. Typical DVD's still look typical. Even worse, my home digital dvd movies look poor on the big screen. The sound is fine and loud. The Dolby is great. I got a great price but I think when Blue Ray or HD dvd players get to $150 I'll buy one. I just hope that they will truly be able to upgrade a standard dvd to hd quality.
Summary: This Sony 5.1 DX375 was bought for a gift for my dad. The spec's looked alright to handle a miminum amount of external devices such as a dvd and his DirectTV receiver. Even though the systems box arrived in terrible shape, the unit was not damaged since Sony did a good job in box design and packaging. The unit was really stright forward with the connections since all speakers used color coded & labeled speaker wires (which were included).
Summary: Well I would like to say for the money this is a pretty good system. I read a few comments on this item. I would like to add I can hear the TV thru my system. you must add audio/visual cable (yellow/red) from TV to tv/VHR hook up on the rear of DVD system. True you will not have digital sound that's why I did not give this system a five. NO optical in or out!!! . But sound wise great to me. works just find with my Sony 60"" HD TV.
Summary: This is a great system. But you wont have surround sound for TV. Still the effect is decent. The system has little dated looks, the DVD player is bulky and slow. But for the money, I think the system is good. DVD sound is AWESOME. setup is very simple.
Summary: A home theater system, with a 5 DVD changer, equipped with an HDMI interface, at this price is a bargain. I bought this player a month ago and am quite satisfied with it. The speakers are sleek, the wires are long and quite enough for a large apartment and the sound quality is excellent. The best part is that the sound is crisp enough to be clear and audible even when the volume is turned down.
Summary: Happy with overall system. My only complaint is that the loading time for each disc takes awhile (30+ seconds) and there doesn't seem to be a way to manually control the subwoofer level (though it is powerful). I am in a condominium where sometimes I'm afraid to raise the level too high in fear of disturbing the neighbors. Get ready for a powerful, clear stereo sound.
Summary: I'm using it in my bedroom with a new Samsung 4095 TV and it's fine for my purposes. Much better sound than the TV speakers, all-in-one unit doesn't take up much room and everything looks good. Easy hook-up, plenty of wire provided for my medium sized bedroom. I did have to buy a HDMI cable to run it to my TV. Having a home theater in my bedroom is *really* nice!
Summary: I have this system connected into an Olevia 332H HDTV via an S-Vid Cable. The sound is simply amazing! The DVD playback is great as well. The radio signal is weak, but I tend to listen to internet radio anyways. The system also lacks audio inputs. I had to use RCA-Audio Splitters to allow me to connect everything together. It would be nice if the system had digital inputs so allow for 5.1 audio with other things other then just the DVD player.