Sony Sound Bar HT-CT100 Home Theater System

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Good audio is a must, especially if you invest in a nice HDTV, nothing ruins a viewing experience quicker than bad audio. In my review of the Vizio 47" HDTV the other day, my biggest complaint was the sound, the built-in speakers are just terrible, I knew I had to do something to fix the sound, I just can’t stand bad audio. A full fledged 5.1 or 7.1 channel surround sound system was just not a feasible option for me, do to space limitations, not wanting to run wires and the fact I’ve got children, so the less stuff around the better. Yet I wanted something to improve the sound for not only movies and music but for gaming as well, and I opted for a newer type or style of home theater product called a sound bar.

Sound bars have been around for a few years now, but seem to have become more popular in the last year or so, it’s a great option for people like me who want better sound without a lot of components and hassles. I opted for the Sony Sound Bar HT-CT100, it’s small, and after reading many glowing reviews of it I did a bit of pricing research and bought it. It retails for an average price of $299 most places, which isn’t too bad, but I found it for $260 locally. The HT-CT100 allows me to hook up three HMDI devices, along with a Coax connections and an audio input from my TV, for me this system is perfect. It’s small overall, so it fits perfectly in the limited space I have, but yet yields a much needed improvement in the audio of my HDTV. The HT-CT100 is easy to setup and use, and it features very good sound as well. It does include simulated surround sound fields to give you a fuller sound from the two speakers. Overall I’m very happy with the sound from the HT-CT100, it more than meets my needs and expectations, it provides good depth of sound from both highs and lows.

The box for the HT-CT100 is fairly plain actually, not much really on it, just some basic information, inside we find everything packaged very well with lots of packing materials.

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Sony includes a remote with it that can be used to control the system, along with other Sony branded components as well like a TV or DVD/Blu-Ray player. There’s also an optical audio cable included along with instruction manual and batteries for the remote.

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The system is two basic parts, a Sound Bar and Sub-Woofer which is also the main controls center. The Sound Bar part is basically a center channel speaker, it features three speakers in it, the bar is also where the remote control receiver is located. The Sound Bar connects to the main unit via a cable that resembles a VGA connection.

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The sub-woofer is small and should fit most places, it’s dimensions are 6.3 W x 19.7 H x 14.2 D (inches). There’s a few buttons on the top of the sub-woofer for volume, input and power, underneath that, one the front of the unit is a small LCD panel that displays information and is used to adjust settings of the HT-CT100.

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The back of the sub-woofer is where you’ll find all of your connections for audio and video, along with the Sony Digital Media port and the connection for the Sound Bar itself. You’ll notice also there’s a fan located on the back, obviously it’s a cooling fan, but don’t worry it’s quiet.

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The remote is nicely laid out, and it features controls for things other than the HT-CT100. You might think it’s a universal remote, but it’s not, it will only work with other Sony products, which is one of the downsides to this system.

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Specifications:

Sony Sound Bar HT-CT100 Home Theater System

Sound Bar
This amazing system brings simplicity and performance together by pairing a center speaker and subwoofer to create a surround sound experience in a compact package. Bring your movies to life with the HT-CT100.

Model Number: HT-CT100

With three HDMI inputs on tap, this system is tailor made for the gamer looking for an easy, quick and great sounding solution for their next gen gaming system . It can playback LPCM from the HDMI connection, plus you can listen to your favorite music from the DIGITAL MEDIA PORT that works with various accessories (sold separately). The HT-CT100 can also control a select number of BRAVIA televisions with BRAVIA Sync via the HDMI interface. With "One Touch Play," operations that took several steps have been reduced to one.

HDMI Active Intelligence (3in/1out)
The HT-CT100 can detect and receive the best possible video and audio signals from all connected devices–making connection and performance as simple as plugging in a single wire. Sony’s HDMI Active Intelligence, transmits both audio and video signals through one HDMI cable. Accepts 1080/60p and 24p Video via HDMI

LPCM Playback
LPCM is a method of encoding audio information digitally which can have up to 8 channels of uncompressed audio. This wider bandwidth allows for high resolution audio which is closer to the original.

S-Force Surround
By using a powerful 100% digital Sony S-Master amplifier and DSP (Digital Signal Processing) technology, realistic surround sound can be generated from just two front speakers. Unlike other “virtual surround” technologies, rear sound is generated from the front two speakers using sophisticated digital sound processing and does not need to be bounced off of side walls. No matter what the size or shape of the room or what’s on the wall, it’s possible to hear sounds from behind you without needing to place speakers behind you.

BRAVIA Sync
As a leader in products with HDMI connectivity, Sony has created BRAVIA Sync to go beyond simple audio and video transmission. When combined with a select number of BRAVIA televisions and other Sony audio and video products, control functions will be transmitted via the HDMI cable. With “One Touch Play,” operations that took several steps have been reduced to one. Press the PLAY button on the remote, watch the audio and/or the video component(s) turn on then the BRAVIA television turn on and switch to the correct video input.

Portable Audio Enhancer
A powerful Digital Signal Processor expands the quality of sound from any connected device.

DIGITAL MEDIA PORT
The demand for digital audio and video content continues to be strong. Sony’s DIGITAL MEDIA PORT (DMP) interface is a proprietary interface that adds networking and connectivity options to your home theater system. Just connect optional accessories (sold separately) which provide the ability to control and power devices while making set up easy and operation simple to use. The DMP will be compatible with various accessories which will include a PC Client ready device, Bluetooth adapter and Audio Docking stations compatible with select Network Walkman and iPod products. Regardless of where you store your music.

3 Optical, 1-Coax
Dolby Digital/DTS/ProLogic

Product Specifications:

Speaker
-Speaker Dimensions : Main Speaker: 31.5 W x 2.7 H x 2.6 D (inches); Subwoofer:6.3 W x 19.7 H x 14.2 D (inches)
-Speaker Unit : CENTER: Bass Reflex, Magetically Shielded
-Subwoofer : Bass Reflex, Magnectically Shielded

Audio Features
-A/V Synch : yes

Video Features
-24p True Cinema Technology : Yes, 1080/24p capable
-x.v.Color : yes

Inputs and Outputs
-Analog Audio Input(s) : 1
-Coaxial Audio Digital Input(s) : 1
-Digital Media Port (Input) : 1
-HDMI Connection Input(s) : 3
-HDMI Connection Output(s) : 1
-Optical Audio Input(s) : 3

Display
-LCD Screen : 5×7 dot Seg. FL

Audio
-Audio Power Output : 50Wx3 +100 = 250W
-S-Master Amplifier : Yes
–Sound Fields :
-3 Movie Modes (CINEMA/SPORTS/GAME)
-2 Music Modes (MUSIC/PERSONAL AUDIO)
-1 A.F.D. Mode (STANDARD)

I don’t have much room, I’ve got kids so there stuff is everywhere, the Sony HT-CT100 was the perfect option for me. It allows me to have decent sound from my movies and gaming, and yet doesn’t take up much room.

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The sub-woofer kind of reminds me of a PC, at least that was my first impressions of it, especially with the fan on the back. The sub-woofer section is also the main part of the unit, here everything is connected, and controlled from. There’s a small LCD display on the front where you can change all of the settings via the remote. One improvement I would like to see is having the display show up on screen, since it’s outputting the video anyway, why not have the menus and settings show on you TV screen? The display also shows what type of audio connection you are using, and from here you can select from the various sound fields or simulated surround sound. It’s nothing like real surround sound, but it does add depth to the audio, you can tell the differences when you switch modes.

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One thing I do appreciate about this unit is the fact that you can adjust the Center and Sub0-woofer volumes independently. When I first hooked the unit up it was very sub-woofer heavy, it overpowered the center channel and everything sounded like it was coming from there.

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I’ve hooked up my Xbox360, Sony BD Player via HDMI and my TV via optical audio connection to the Sony HT-Ct100, that leaves me with an open HDMI port if I ever get something that can utilize it. For me this system works well, it has enough connections and allows me to expand if I wish, and it frees up connections on the TV as well.

The sound from the HT-CT100 is actually very good, much better than the built in speakers from the TV, like day and night really, and that’s what I needed. Once you get things adjusted the sound seems like it’s coming from the TV, and it’s in sync with what’s playing.

The bass is very deep, and it can be made deeper by adjusting it, you can feel explosions from movies and games, and things like gunshots are much more pronounced, overall I’m impressed with this unit, especially considering the price.


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Conclusion:
The Sony Sound Bar HT-CT100 is an excellent choice if you’re looking to add good sound to your current system but don’t have the room for a full blown home theater system. It provides enough connections for a small system, and is a nice improvement over the stock speakers of the TV. In addition it can be used as sort of a splitter, or a way to add more devices to your system, you can hook three HDMI components to the HT-CT100 and select which you want to use.

The sound produced is very good, it’s got nice highs and very deep lows. The surround sound does add depth to the sound, but it doesn’t really create a full surround sound effect, but it is a nice addition as it does add to the sound.

The included remote will also control other Sony branded components but not anything else, something that I’m not to fond of. It would be nice to use only one remote for my TV, BD player and audio system.

Even with the few cons for this product, I’m very happy with it and I can recommend it to anyone looking for a product such as this.

9 recommended5

Pros:
Sounds great
Easy installation
Fairly easy to use
Small size overall
Several sound choices
Configurable settings
Remote can also control TV and BD Player
Good highs and lows, with heavy bass available if you want it
Seems well made

Cons:
Remote only works with Sony products
Not really realistic surround sound
Need to pay a lot extra for add-ons

Grades:  
Overall score-9-10
Design score-10-10
Performance score-9-10
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  • B.Roberts

    Boy, I’m NOT having the experience of other reviews. I hooked my Sony Bravia TV, Sony Bravia Sound System, and Sony Blu-Ray player up per HDMI instructions and my sound level is NOT even adequate! It can be enhanced with the 46 in HD LCD TV speakers, tho. The Sub woofer does wok fairly well, but voice conversation is NOT GOOD at all!!
    Talked with Sony Support with NO avail!! NOT a good experience at all.
    I purposely bought all SONY so parts would be compatible. I’m about ready to switch brands!!

    B. Roberts

  • Ryan Rettig

    Kristofer,

    Impressive review of the Sony Sound Bar HT-CT100. I am hoping you can assist me in a few question regarding the sound bar hook-up. I am unsure how to hook up my Xbox360 to the sound bar and my lcd tv. I just have the regular A/V cable for the 360. Is it necessary for me to buy Microsoft’s specific Xbox360 HDMI cable or can I just use any HDMI cable. Thank you for your time, hope you can help!

    Ryan

    ryanjrettig@gmail.com

  • Kathy

    I just bought a Sony DVD Home Theatre System HDZ278 to use with my Sony Bravia TV. I got it working fine when playing a dvd. Is there any way of getting the sound around working while watching TV?

  • Chris

    This was a nice review. I have used the ct100 for over a year now and still enjoy the system. One comment I would like to add, you may gain better performance using an HDMI cable provides better sound quality. If you have a ps3 make sure you change your default audio from bitstream yoit PCM, this way the PS3 will decode DTS-Master Audio and Dolby TRUEHD signals and pass it to the CT100 as liner PCM. The system will also simulate 7.1 however I have found when playing games 5.1 provides the best sound quality since the two rear channels on 7.1 are quite faint. I hopes this helps! -Chris

  • Bill

    I can’t say enough about the Sony HT-CT100. I’m using it as my TV sound, but also for music listening as well. For the money, it is really amazing. I was just watching a Netflix streaming movie with two-channel sound and I swear I was hearing surround sound effects. The bass is so good that I can’t even use it after 10pm or my neighbors complain that it’s keeping them awake.

    Highly recommended.

  • Chris

    This is a nice review. I have used the ct100 for over a year now and still enjoy the system. One comment I would like to add, you will gain better performance using an HDMI cable over the optical and digital coax cable. If you have a ps3 make sure you change your default audio from bitstream to PCM, this way the PS3 will decode DTS-Master Audio and Dolby TRUEHD signals and pass it to the CT100 as liner PCM (since the ct100 cant decode DTS-Master Audio and Dolby TRUEHD bitstreams natively). This way you still get the benefit of the higher quality audio formats. The system will also simulate 7.1 which is nice, however I have found when playing games 5.1 provides the best sound quality since the two rear channels on 7.1 are quite faint.

    To help answer previous peoples questions.
    When talking about what type HDMI cable should be used, any HDMI cable will give you a great picture with support of 8 channel PCM audio. If you are looking to take advantage of advanced features such as deep color and HDMI control then you will need to use an HDMI version 1.3 rated cable. HDMI 1.4 is not necessary unless you are planning on supporting 3d or Ethernet over HDMI (which is just now making it to market). So I would save my money unless you are an early adopter. At this point I don’t know if the unit would be able to pass through the 1.4 signal.

    For the best surround field. This is what I have noticed about setting up the sound bar. The sound bar is very directional. For the best field effect the sound bar needs to be aimed at ear level of the listener. So if mounted below the TV, then it needs to be tilted up. If mounted above the TV it needs to be tilted slightly down. Also I have noticed if the speaker it pointed to high the sound is high and tinny, no mids and no surround effects. If aimed to low the sound is low and mumble with little to no highs. You may use this info to adjust the speak projection where it’s you get a level sound from highs, mids, and lows. This will provide the best surround effects as well. Where you sit also determines the surround effects. The best is in the center, if you sit to the side the surround would be diminished or nonexistent.

    Once the speaker is positioned correctly then the subwoofer and center speaker will sound the best at the default levels (centered at 0 ). By increasing the center speaker you are actually decreasing the surround field. The nature of the sound bar is the surround can someway overpower the center speaker because these sounds are being simulated as behind you. However if positioned properly this is less noticeable. There is also a configuration change you may make to improve listening of the center channel. First selecting the MOVIE sound field will increase the mids, and gives you clearer sounds for voices. The other option is by turning on the AUDIO DRC. This will make it easier to hear the center channel when in a quite scene however is does compress the sound and reduces the sound level during loud scenes. I typically enable this feature if I am watching a movie late at night.

    And finally the ct100 will pass through the signal (video and sound) when in standby mode. However I believe this not enabled out of the box. You can tell if the unit is enabled for pass-through is an amber light appears by active standby when in standby mode. If not lit you may enable it by selecting set HDMI and set CTRL:HDMI. Then hit the down button to enable each individual component (important do not enable control if your device does not support it) if none of your devices support control then make sure each individual device is set to off but you may leave the CTRL:HDMI (I know confusing :) now the active standby is enabled any you should see an amber light when you set the system to standby.

    I hope this helps. -Chris

  • Arthur

    @Chris, hey thanks for all the extra info on using this Sony Sound Bar System. It’s nice when someone that actually knows about electronics, like myself, places comments on websites. Kudos to you. One of my current home theaters’ receiver has blown out. I was thinking about buying this Sony Sound Bar. Your comments answered all my questions and helped make my decision to buy it. I am running my Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 at 1080p via HDMI, my HD-DVR at 1080i via HDMI, a seperate Toshiba upconverting dvd/divx player at 1080p via HMDI, Nintendo Wii only at 480p, of course, via component cables and a Philips All-Region dvd/divx player at 480p via component cables. My other HD-TV only has a stand alone blu-ray player running at 1080p via HDMI and a HD Cable Box running at 1080i, sometimes 720p, via component cables.

  • Roadawg

    I am wondering if I can connect my pc to this sound bar. Most of my music is on an external hard drive connected to my notebook computer. I wanna play my music files on my Sony sound bar. Is this possible?

  • Montiff

    Yes Roadawg, you can connect your pc through it and play sound through the sound bar.

    My current system is set up so I can view my laptop on my Bravia TV and its sound through the Sony SoundBar.

    Now if I can only get my PS3 video/audio to pass through the soundbar and to my tv.

  • http://Goggle Joe McCloskey

    Do you have to use the Optical line or is a HDMI cable all you need?

  • james claiborne

    Hello, I just bought the ct100, my question is that when I turn the volume up to 49 it doesnt seem that loud, is there anything I’m not doing right. question 2 what button on the remote do i adjust to change the bass and treble on the sub. please help.

  • Chris

    Hey Arthur, thanks for the Kudo’s. I’m glad I was able to help you in making your decision. I hope you enjoy your HT-Ct100.

    Roadawg, Sony does sell an interface for the Digital Media Port that will let you stream music from your computer or Internet (as mentioned in the article above) however the add-ons could be quite expensive. Sorry I have not tried any of these products so I cannot give you any direction. Your best bet would be to use Montiff suggestion and use your TV /Xbox/ps3 or similar device to stream content. If you want to use the Digital media port try looking at the Sony has the TDM-NC1 (I have not tried it so I don’t know how well it works).

    Montiff, The sound bar will pass audio through when in active standby, however the format needs to be bitstream, on the ps3 by switching from LPCM to bitstream you will loose the benefits of the DD TRUEHD and DTS-MA (as mentioned above in my previous post).Unless you change audio settings every time you watch a movie. Another option with the PS3 would be to try running LPCM via the HDMIto the CT100 , and running an optical cable directly to your TV. You will need to enable the audio-multi-output via the sound setting menu on the ps3.

    Hey Joe, Unless you are running an older device that only supported HDMI 1.0 then the HDMI cable is all you need. The when HDMI was first released most devices supported video only via HDMI 1.0. With the release of HDMI 1.1 devices started supporting audio over HDMI.
    Hey James, there are several changes you can make in order to improve your sound. First if you can connect your devices using HDMI that will give you a better signal. If you have to use optical, start by throwing out the free optical cable that came with the system and buying a better quality cable. It does not have to be a monster cable, it does not have to be an expensive cable, just a better quality cable. I know light is light, but believe me you will be able to tell the difference. Second try use sources that have Dolby Digital or DTS whenever possible, the Dolby Prologic II output is very weak on the sound bar. Try my suggestions above by switching to the Movie sound field and Enabling the AUDIO DRC. The HT-CT100 does not have the ability to adjust the treble and bass. You best option would be to adjust your center channel and Subwoofer level. Sony added the Treble and Bass Adjustments in the HT-CT500 series sound bar.

    Thanks, Chris

  • Sean Santiago

    I just purchased this Soundbar after reading mostly good reviews with around 90% of people receommending it at its price (which consequently was $246 for me on Amazon). So I’m reading all this stuff and I am going to be hooking up a Toshiba Regza 42″ LCDTV, and a PS3, which I use for gaming and Blu-Ray. The PS3 only offers 1 HMDI output. The Soundbar has 3 of course, and my TV has 4. What would be the most optimal way for me to connect the Cable Box (HDMI), PS3 (HDMI + optical), and TV (HDMI + optical)?? Does the Sony Soundbar transfer video as well (i.e. Can I run the HDMI from the PS3 to the soundbar Input, run an HDMI to the TV input, and run an HDMI from the TV (input) BACK to the Soundbar HDMI output. My main problem is that I want to have HDMI from the PS3 going to the TV and the Soundbar with optimal Dolby sound+video for Bluray playing and gaming, but the PS3 only has 1 HDMI connection and I’d rather not use a splitter and weaken the connections. Any thoughts?? Any and all help would be great, I’m fairly adept with electronics, but I just want to be sure I’m getting the best out of it.

    Sean [s_e_a_n_santiago@yahoo.com]

  • http://n/a David

    Hi, I have the same concerns that Sean did in a previous comment… Does anybody have a good answer for this?

    Thanks.

    “I just purchased this Soundbar after reading mostly good reviews with around 90% of people receommending it at its price (which consequently was $246 for me on Amazon). So I’m reading all this stuff and I am going to be hooking up a Toshiba Regza 42? LCDTV, and a PS3, which I use for gaming and Blu-Ray. The PS3 only offers 1 HMDI output. The Soundbar has 3 of course, and my TV has 4. What would be the most optimal way for me to connect the Cable Box (HDMI), PS3 (HDMI + optical), and TV (HDMI + optical)?? Does the Sony Soundbar transfer video as well (i.e. Can I run the HDMI from the PS3 to the soundbar Input, run an HDMI to the TV input, and run an HDMI from the TV (input) BACK to the Soundbar HDMI output. My main problem is that I want to have HDMI from the PS3 going to the TV and the Soundbar with optimal Dolby sound+video for Bluray playing and gaming, but the PS3 only has 1 HDMI connection and I’d rather not use a splitter and weaken the connections. Any thoughts?? Any and all help would be great, I’m fairly adept with electronics, but I just want to be sure I’m getting the best out of it.”

  • Al

    Connect your Cable and PS3 via HDMI cables for sound and video. No need for the optical cables. Change your PS3 audio to PCM and you’re all set. I also have my Xbox360 hooked up to it and it sounds great.

  • Vickie

    Hi, there.
    May I please ask you to give me physical measurements of the remote control RM-AAU029 that comes with HT-CT100 sound system. I only need the length x width x thickness of the remote control.

    Thanks so much for helping out.
    Vickie.

  • Max Petrie

    When I try to record (on my DVD recorder), a DVD that is playing on my Sony Home Theatre DVD player, it records visually perfect, but there is no recorded sound.
    I have tested all leads and equipment and there seems to be nothing wrong, but I can’t figure out what to do.

  • Ramon

    I have the same question like Sean Santiago, except I dnt have a cable box. So basically my questions are….How many HDMI cables do I need?( I have 2 of them, 1 currently connected from my ps3 to my tv and the other still in it’s package), How exactly do I connect the HDMI cables to the sound bar? I mean do I leave the 1 connected from my ps3 to the TV and than hook up the other cable from the sound bar to the other HDMI tv port?? Sorry if this sounds confusing, I just ordered mine from Amazon but for some reason I feel like it’s not going to work out for me. As if I wasted my money since I won’t know how to make it work right. Thanx

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  • Chris

    @Ramon – just connect all devices (cablre box,DVD\BD PLAVER, Game system) to the ct100 via HDMI. Then you will need an HDMI cable to go from you ct100 to your TV. You will use the ct100 to switch between sources. If you watch over the air HDTV then you may connect an optical cable from the tv to the ct100.

    The quick answer is you will need 1 extra HDMI cable (ct100 out) then the number of devices you have.

    I home this helps,
    Chris

  • Simon

    We just bought a New Sony Bravia TV with a home theater system
    But why won’t the subwoofer and center speaker won’t work?
    And is there any way of using the speakers from the DVD player to the TV?

  • Josh

    The sound from my TV is very low. How can I improve on that? I have it connected with an optical cable and not the one that came with the system.

  • R. Neville

    I replaced an old monster television in my motorhome with a nice, new, flat-screen. Since it’s built in and completely surrounded by a cabinet, the sound was horrible…..you simply couldn’t hear it. After some investigation I settled on the CT100 and couldn’t be more pleased with it. I was able to mount the center speaker under an overhead storage cabinet directly facing the bed from the foot, and the subwoofer fits nicely under a shelf below. Routing the wiring was the greatest challenge. I was also puzzled about getting the display to show on the television screen, which I find out from reading this review is not possible. Too bad since I have to get down on my hands and knees to see the settings. Oh well…..not all that bad since the only thing I’ll really change is the input and volume, both of which can be done from the remote.

  • Todd

    I just got a new soundbar and hooked up to my Hitachi LCD. My problem is that I have a audio/video synch issue when I watch the Verizon FIOS and when I watch the Blu Ray player the same synch issues occrs when I use the soundbar. I used all HDMI cables for my connections. When I watch the Blu Ray and Fios direct without going thru soundbar, I don’t have any synch issues.

    I even had tried the delay feature on the soundbar. Any suggestions? Thanks!

  • Kathryn Dyer

    I, too, fell in love with the Sony CT100. I have a unique problem. My 50″ plasma TV was stolen, along with the sound bar. The stupid thieves left the sub-woofer.

    When I went to replace my system, they were out of new Sony CT100s but there was a returned one on sale. That was fine, since I only needed the sound bar.

    Now, I have an extra sub-woofer, and I cannot buy just the sound bar, even from Sony. Any ideas? I hate tossing the sub-woofer if I could use it with another TV.

    • Anthony Amador

      My sub just went out so I would be interested in buying yours.

  • Kiran

    Hi,
    I bought Sony LCD Bravia and Sony Home Theatre. How do I connect TV , Home Theatre and a DTH STB (Direct To Home – Set Top Box). I am able to get excellent sound while playing a DVD..however not able to get the clariy while watching normal prgrams in TV..

  • Khemrajsingh21

    Hello, having a little difficulty here…pls help…

    Ok i have a Sony Bravia (model # is KDL-40V2500), i have a DirectTV DVR box (no HDMI outputs but 1 Optical) and a PS3 and finally a Sony HT-CT150. I’ve tried following the setup on the manual that came with the CT150 but i’m like getting lost here. Basically what i’m asking is, what are the steps to connect everything and make it work the way it should…i have 2 HDMI cables and 1 optical cable….pls help….

    khemrajsingh21@gmail.com

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