Sony BDV-N7100W specs

By Danny Phillips

Reviewed:

Key Features

  • 5.1-channel system with Magnetic Fluid speakers
  • 3D Blu-ray playback
  • 1000W power output
  • Internet content and DLNA file streaming
  • Built-in Bluetooth with NFC
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • Manufacturer: Sony
  • Review Price: £649.99
specs
Quick Glance
3D Ready Yes
Connectors
HDMI Input 2
HDMI Output 1
Microphone 0
Composite Video In 0
Component Video In 0
Component Video Out 0
S/PDIF Optical In 1
S/PDIF Coax In 0
Subwoofer Out 0
Stereo Line In 1
Stereo Line Out 0
iPod Dock 0
Power 1000
Physical Specifications
Height 79 (main unit)
Width 480 (main unit)
Depth 212 (main unit)
Weight 3100
Features
3D Ready Yes
Number of Speakers 6
Supported Channels 5.1
DVD Player Yes
Blu-ray player Yes
Audio Processing 3D Surround
Dolby Digital Yes
DTS Yes
Dolby Pro Logic II Yes
Dolby TrueHD Yes
DTS Master Audio HD Yes

Massimiliano Adamo

October 21, 2013, 2:21 pm

it's not true that it doesn't run MKV files. Maybe because I've got software updates, but it runs those files.

Mark

February 11, 2014, 1:51 pm

....over the network or just from USB ?

Guest

May 25, 2014, 1:56 pm

I use DLNA most of the times.... and I think this was the case.
However, it's true that sometime - randomly, in very few cases - is not able to read some particular file, and I if I run this file directly on Linux I don't have problems. But for those MKV file it worked for me.

Massimiliano Adamo

May 25, 2014, 2:07 pm

Never used USB stick. I use DLNA most of the times.... and I think this was the case.
However,
it's true that sometime - randomly, in very few cases - is not able to
read some particular file, and I if I run this file directly on Linux I
don't have problems. But for those MKV file it worked for me.
p.s.: but if the device is able to play a particular file over DLNA, why it shouldn't be able from the USB stick? ... there might be a reason, but right now I have no idea.

Massimiliano Adamo

June 22, 2014, 3:39 pm

I what happens is that file extensions are sometime wrong, and DLNA is not that smart. While the media player of your computer is able to open the file even if the extension is wrong, this device fails.
that's just easy to verify. On Linux you run: file .mkv... perhaps on windows you can see something on file properties.
It happened once to me...

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