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Samsung lauches new home theatre system

MUMBAI: Digital technology firm Samsung India has launched a series of high tech, lifestyle oriented Home Theatre systems in the Indian market, redefining the concept of personal entertainment.















The new range of stylish, award winning home theatres with cutting-edge technologies – HT-X250 , HT-X30, HT-TX25 and HT-Q20, have been launched in the Indian market today in the price range between Rs.10,990 to Rs.29,000.

 

The highlight of the new Home Theatre range is the HT-X250 model that is differentiated as much on account of its ultra stylish design as its superior features like Wireless Ready Rear Channel System, Dual layout and USB Host playback. It allows a user to enjoy various media files such as pictures, movies and songs saved in an MP3 player, digital camera or USB memory by connecting the storage device to the USB port of the home theatre.


The incorporated progressive scan technology offers non-interlaced images sent to the latest Digital Television receivers giving unparalleled image quality. This technology eliminates even the slightest hint of blur or distortion. The HT-X250, like all other models in the new range offers support for many audio and video formats including MP3, WMA, MPEG, DivX, JPEG and more. With its Dolby Digital®, Dolby Pro Logic® and DTS decoders, one can experience theatre like picture and sound quality.


The Samsung HT-X250 Home Theatre System delivers up to 600 Watts of audio power through 5.1 channels. In addition, it offers HDMI technology which allows for transfer of video data from DVD receiver to TVs at highest quality enabling ultimate home entertainment experience. The HT-X250 has been bestowed with the CES Innovation Award-2007.

 
The 2007 Samsung Home Theatre range is differentiated on account of its advanced, consumer friendly features like Multi format playback- DivX , DVD-Video, MP3, WMA, JPEG Disc Playback and USB Host Play; Wireless ready rear channel system; enhanced sound output and Progressive Scan feature. The HT-X30 is a combination of performance and affordability with its 800W PMPO Sound output, HDMI feature and USB Playback, priced at Rs 13,900/-. While the HT-TX25 with its stylish, 4 floor standing speakers is priced at Rs 19,900/-, the entry level HT –Q20 is priced at Rs 10,990/.

Samsung India Deputy MD R Zutshi says, “The 2007 Home Theatre lineup should further fuel the growth of our Home Theatre segment which is seeing a huge interest linked with the exponential growth being witnessed by the Flat Panel TV category. We are targeting a 70% growth in terms of our Home Theatre volumes this year”.

 

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