Philips’s has introduced new multi-function holder DVD Home Theater System recently. It is all-in-one device. It carries an array of home entertainment, combined into a distinguishing, compact design.
The CinemaOne features an incorporated comprehensive iPod dock, integral subwoofer and DVD player with HDMI 1080p. The unit resembles a packed, shapely trash bin. It is a lot more stylish. The little unit is offered with several Philips technologies. This includes Cinema Sound – power-driven by Ambisound. It is configured to give up dynamic sound from an only unit system by employing a blend of array processing, psychoacoustics and precise driver positioning. Philips says that Cinema Sound gives up a sound field that is importantly broadened, allowing the hearer with immersive sound – perfectly clutter-free.
This claimed clutter-free certification of the CinemaOne is more increased by the integral subwoofer featured in it. At the same time Philips’ FullSound technology helps to repair sonic details to compacted music. This is achieved through employing the inherent iPod dock. This dock gives up replay of films, music and photographs from an iPod. It also gives power to operate the iPod and browse through its feature collection on a TV screen, employing the CinemaOne’s remote.
The 50W product plays back the basic video formats; these include MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, DivX and WMV. The supported audio formats include Dolby Digital, DTS, MP3, MPEG2 Multichannel, PCM and WMA. USB and MP3 Link allow support for non-iPod portable products. The HDMI digital output given in it helps in connecting with a HDTV with just single cable. All this is combined in an on unit. It weighs 4.7kg. The size dimensions are 273mm wide x 172mm high x 273 mm deep.
Philips demonstrated their new product at IFA in Berlin. But in this presentation, they didn’t tell about its pricing or date of release. More news are coming, you should stay tuned to Philips official site for upcoming inside information.