Hot Deal: Sony 3D Blu-ray Home Theater System with Free Wireless Speaker
Abt is discounting Sony's full 5.1 3D Blu-ray package and throwing in something free for the effort.
November 30, 2011 by EH Staff

With all of the money you’re going to be throwing around this holiday, it’s nice to get something for free, right? Abt is offering just that, with the purchase of Sony’s BDV-E580 3D Blu-ray Home Theater System.

For a limited time, when you buy the full home theater package for $329.99, the retailer will throw in a free wireless speaker as part of the package. The offer allows you to choose between the SANS300 (MSRP: $99.99) and SANS400 (MSRP: $199.99).

Both of those wireless speakers are part of Sony’s HomeShare family, promising 360 degrees of sound without wires. Designed to stream music from a phone, computer, iPhone or other networked device, both models have a PartyStream feature that allows you to sync other HomeShare speakers to simultaneously play the same song or even a service like Pandora.

To get that free speaker, you’ll need to first buy the BDV-E580. This package includes a full 5.1-channel surround sound speaker setup, as well as a 3D Blu-ray player. Other features include built-in Wi-Fi and access to streaming services such as Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus, and more. It also has two HDMI inputs, an iPod/iPhone dock, a USB port, and support for Sony’s free Media Remote app.

Currently, the entire setup is on sale for $329.99, which is $120 off the list price. However, the discount and the free speaker offer will expire on December 3, 2011. 

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