LG has decided to combine popular with pleasure by releasing a new HB954TBW Blu-Ray 5.1 Home Theater system, designed for the Korean market.
The new HR953TV is a continuation in LG Electronic’s tremendous efforts to bring a sense of style and elegance to its long lineup of audio and video products. This ‘do-everything’ cinema system contains a built-in DVD player with 1080p-upscaling, giving you excellent video quality on your HD television.
Following closely on the heels of Sony, the people at Philips have developed a new, thin HDTV which looks like a picture frame, allowing it to be hung on walls to provide 52-inch, 1080p LCD HDTV entertainment almost anywhere you want it. The new Philips 42PES0001 is one of the slimmest HDTV frames we’ve seen, measuring only 21mm in thickness. With a connectivity hub, you will only need to run a single cable to your HDTV, which transmits all of the necessary video, audio and power, thereby avoiding any unsightly tangled cables. Of course, if you so choose, you may mount your Philips HDTV on a stand instead of on the wall.
The new Onkyo A/V receiver is specially designed to work hand in hand with high definition media, like the Blu-Ray Disc and HD-DVD. The TX-SR605 7.1-channel A/V receiver is the next generation, a leap forward in quality. Capable of keeping all signals in the digital domain, the TX-SR605 gives you total control over all video and audio formats available today.
If you’re in search of big screen entertainment without the need for a huge stack of complicated components, then the Denon S-102 WD networked entertainment system is the answer you’ve been looking for. This small unit is packed full of features, including a powerful combination DVD/CD player, a wide array of audio and video processing functions, and even an AM/FM tuner.
The stylish entry by the folks at Denon into the soundbar arena is the new X-Space DHT-FS3, and it looks like the designers have put a lot of thought into creating a system that would be as pleasing to look at as it is to listen to. The black finish and curved main speaker is much more slender than anything we’ve seen from Philips and Yamaha, and the menu can be easily accessed from anywhere using the supplied remote control, providing you with room and positioning options.
This home theatre system delivers state-of-the-art performance and powerful surround sound, making for an incredible audio-video experience. The Philips home theatre HTS3555 is truly the ultimate in terms of both style and performance.
Finally, you can get a high-contrast, 1280×720 resolution DLP home theatre projection system for only $999! No, it’s not a dream, the Optoma HD70 is the new system which is smashing price barriers everywhere. It is the first of the DarkChip2 720p projectors to sell for under $1,000, and it is absolutely incredible.