Samsung to launch 3D home cinema
Samsung has announced the launch of the world’s first 3D home cinema – making it the best way to watch Avatar without a trip to the local multiplex.
The new HT-C6930W home cinema provides a total package of 3D products including a 3D TV, 3D Blu-ray player, 3D content and 3D glasses.
Last month, Samsung launched the UK’s first 3D TV when the sets went on sale at John Lewis’s flagship Oxford Street store in London.
However, its home cinema takes the 3D experience to another level.
Not only are the pictures 3D, the sound is too with the addition of two vertical speakers to the powerful 1330W surround sound system.
Also, because the system is equipped with Wi-Fi wireless networking there are fewer messy cables and wires and it can synch content with PCs and mobiles phones throughout the home.
The screen comes in the ultra wide 21:9 format but can be changed to 16:9 for everyday programmes.
“Samsung is the first company to offer a complete 3D product line-up including TVs, Blu-ray player and home theatre,” said Yang Kyu Kim, senior vice president of sales and marketing, visual display business, Samsung Electronics.
“Samsung will continue to provide customers with best-in-class 3D experiences in the future.”
The HT-C6930W will be available in the UK later this year. No price has yet been announced.
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