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The DAV-IS10 features satellite speakers that are only 2” tall but still output a total 450 RMS watts.

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Pros

mid-range is full and rich sounding, nice efinition

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DVD upscaling looks great, produces a crisp and clear 1080i picture

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DVD player is compact and has a clear display

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all components have a tiny footprint, great for areas with limited space

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highs are crisp and clean, don't get shrill

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bass is very deep, great for low sound effect

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good range of adjustments for different sound fields, includes DTS and Dolby II

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Cons

need to be careful to position the subwoofer as close to the TV as possible as it doubles as a center channel

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frequently gets a "Protector - Push Power" error after a few years and stops working - currently no solution

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 Winner of the 2008 International CES Innovations award, the Sony DAV-IS10 BRAVIA Theatre Micro System features a 5-CD/DVD changer with 1080p upconverting technology and HDMI output, with 5.1 full surround sound. Unlike other, traditionally bulky home theatre systems, the DAV-IS10 features satellite speakers that are only 2” tall but still output a total 450 RMS watts. Because it’s part of the BRAVIA line, the player features BRAVIA Sync technology, which surrenders basic control functions to any Sony BRAVIA HDTV it’s attached to for integrated set-up and playback. The DAV-IS10 also features Sony’s for interfacing with DMP-compatible accessories, like the included iPod cradle.

 Features

  • Satellite speakers are only 2” tall
  • 1080p upconverting 5-CD/DVD changer with HDMI output
  • BRAVIA Sync feature for owners of Sony BRAVIA HDTVs
  • Winner of 2008 International CES Innovations award
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