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Sony RHT-G800 5.1 Virtual Surround/TV stand system - £399
Sony RHT-G800 5.1 Virtual Surround/TV stand system - £399

Sony RHT-G800 5.1 Virtual Surround/TV stand system - £399

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A great price for this all-in-one 5.1 system from Sony. The stand encloses everything you need to give a virtual surround experience - including speakers/amplifier and HDMI switching, great for a small room. Next best price on this is £80 more!

A complete surround sound system cleverly concealed in a stylish TV stand - 5.1 processing, amplification and speakers, HDMI interface and compatibility with high definition video and audio. Also featuring BRAVIA Theatre Sync, this space saving unit is the perfect companion for your TV.

5.1channel surround
Perfect design match with BRAVIA
BRAVIA Theatre Sync
S-master full digital Amplifier 350W (50W X 5 + 100W)
HDMI (2-in, 1-out)
Dolby digital/dts Linear PCM multi for BLU-ray disc
Size (W x H x D1/D2) (mm) 1114 x 495 x 400
Weight (kg) 59

5 Comments

Possible 4% quidco too.

Not highly rated if you don't need the wireless option.

If certain limitations mean you must have have this simulated kind of surround system I wouldn't bother looking any further than the Yamaha YSP900 or YSP1100 systems. These units will certainly cost a bit more (around £500) and they dont double as TV stands but I think they are quite amazing piece's of equipment.

Hi
We bought this a week after it was launched, all I can say it's an excellent bit of kit.
We watch alot of DVD's and also have an Xbox 360 and PS3 connected and the sound is A1.
This replaced a Sony 5.1 amp with rear speakers and a subwoofer and don't regret it.
My advice is before you buy, find a store that has one setup (ideally in a seperate room) and listen to it on the different settings you won't be disappointed.

I bought one of these just before Christmas from Amazon. It looks and sounds great. The only slightly annoying thing for me is the display is on the top so you have to get up and walk over to it to make any adjustments apart from the volume which makes the comprehensive remote a little superfluous.
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