I don't have a photo yet as the audio guy installs security systems and alarms. There will be a red remote sensor that integrates the system to the amplifier through the HDTV. On the 2013 378TS the is a wooden bar above and below the TV as a frame. So it came be above or below for 40" anchored in the wooden frame. For $298 dollars you have an entire 400watt set up with
- 2.1 ch 400W6 simulated surround sound system for 40" and above HDTV
- Wireless active subwoofer for flexible placement
- Three HDMI inputs: single-cable AV connections
- HDMI Repeater with 3D pass-through
- Dolby TrueHD and dts HD enhanced audio codecs
with full remote attached for about $60-75.The bar will be drilled through as if anchored in the wall very secured. There is loads of space behind the TV
and electrical and HDMI or optical cables for passthrough. I will also run the WiFi, AM/FM and TV hook ups.FM radio (Cable HD if available ).If might use the optical video for visual but the HDMI will allow easy full dimensional The 400w wireless sound bar from Sony with 3d effect is much better than fussing with the nonesense they give us from FR.
I have so many selections with Blu ray players and remotes, now for $298 for sound and 1080i picture, with 3d sound stage. from Sony how easy?
I can adjust the sound through TV and amplifier as it runs through as one unitwith passthrough.
All of the sound goes through the amplifier, the Blu ray has WiFi so amp plays through the sound bar . Walmart has a ton of possibles.
I am going to put the Blu ray above the passenger seat and remote is going to be over passenger seat , with the universal remote a possobility. Because the sound is much more powerful and sensitive going through the Sony box, I would prefer the option of having the Sony amp controlling the acoustics.
I looked at so many variations for the FR Georgeton 378 and they all were sub standard till I saw this one. I really wanted a Blu Ray and only heard of a DVD coming from 480i through the 7:1 pre wired Jensen. or whatever they use. This Sony amp and bar had so many possible configurations. It sounded versatile and multiple sound stages available.