Phillips SoundBar DVD home theater
When you're looking for an hefty soundbar with hefty sound, this is your lucky day!!!
Ambisound technology produces truly embracing multi-channel surround sound from fewer speakers. It delivers an immersive 5.1 sound experience without the constraints of sitting position, room shape or size, and without the clutter of multiple speakers and cables. Through the combined effect of psychoacoustic phenomena, array processing and precisely angled driver positioning, Ambisound delivers more sound from fewer speakers.
*DoubleBASS ensures you hear even the deepest bass tones from compact-sized subwoofers. It captures low frequencies and recreates them in the audible range of the subwoofer - delivering sound with more boom and panache, and ensuring you a full, uncompromised listening experience.
*Soft Dome Tweeters reproduce clear high and mid-range frequencies that enhance the overall clarity of sound from the speakers.
HDMI 1080p upscaling delivers images that are crystal clear. Movies in standard definition can now be enjoyed in true high definition resolution - ensuring more details and more true-to-life pictures. Progressive Scan (represented by "p" in "1080p') eliminates the line structure prevalent on TV screens, again ensuring relentlessly sharp images. To top it off, HDMI makes a direct digital connection that can carry uncompressed digital HD video as well as digital multichannel audio, without conversions to analog - delivering perfect picture and sound quality, completely free from noise.
*Stylish, minimalist design; built-in DVD player concealed behind motorized door; very good video quality on DVDs; four total audio inputs; iPod dock included, USB space also available. I knw is crazy, but that is very true... Philips has done a really great job on this.
*The main unit consists of a long, thin speaker system--the SoundBar--that measures a svelte 5.75 inches high by 36.81 inches wide by 5.35 inches deep. For a system this thin, you might be surprised to find out there's a DVD player packed in there as well; with a tap of the open/close button, the black reflective panel in the middle slides back to reveal a vertically aligned DVD player. The SoundBar can either stand on a table or be mounted on the wall. All in all, it comes close to the ultimate in minimalist home theater--just one component under (or over) your TV that acts like your receiver, DVD player and surround-sound speaker system.
*The system comprises just two boxes – a wall-mountable main unit that plays DVDs and CDs, and an active subwoofer. Built into the main unit is an advanced digital sound processing technology called Ambisound, which features six independent speaker drivers positioned at precise angles that steer sound beams into the room to create genuine 5.1 surround sound. But the effect isn’t dependent on reflections off walls; instead, Philips says the beams envelop the listener in sound, which means there’s no sweet spot – the effect is the same wherever you’re sitting in the room.
*File compatibility is also wide-ranging, taking in all versions of DivX (up to and including Ultra) plus MP3, WMA and JPEG, all of which can be played back from DVD, CD or via USB. Rounding up the feature list are FM and AM radio tuners, and DoubleBASS – a Philips DSP algorithm that takes bass frequencies below 30Hz and recreates them in the subwoofer’s audible range.
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