Hot Deal: Sony BDV-F7 WiFi 3D Blu-ray System with Soundbar: $399.99 is slashing 41 percent off the price of Sony's slim home theater setup.
May 16, 2012 by EH Staff

Some people don’t have the space for a giant speaker setup. There are apartment dwellers, small homeowners, and even those that just want a smaller system for a second room. If you fall into any of those categories, you may want to check out Sony’s BDV-F7.

The BDV-F7 is a full home theater package with a 3D-capable Blu-ray player and a soundbar. It’s also very affordable—at least today. We found the BDV-F7 listed on for just $399.99. This discount means that you can save a whopping 41 percent off the list price. It even includes free shipping.

Because it has a soundbar, the BDV-F7 won’t take up too much space. That said, it doesn’t sacrifice on features. The included Blu-ray player can support 2D and 3D Blu-rays, DVDs and CDs. If you run out of your own content, it also provides access to online services such as Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Pandora, Slacker and YouTube.

A lot of today’s electronics are including web-enabled features. Still don’t have an Ethernet jack next to your home theater setup? The BDV-F7 can accommodate, via an included Wi-Fi adapter.

Other features on the BDV-F7 include a 350-watt amplifier and a subwoofer, support for Dolby TrueHD and DTS Master Audio, and the option to add external components via the included USB input.

Remember that the above price also includes free shipping. Just make sure to click through to your shopping cart to see the final discounted price.

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