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Sharp introduces its new HTSB200 sound bar technology (28/7/2009)
Hitting the shelves this month is the new HTSB200 sound bar from Sharp Electronics. The HTSB200 is designed to simulate surround sound without the added bulk and cost of a full blown home audio theatre system.
The HTSB200 is a full-range speaker system that combines advanced HDSS and SRS WOW technology with a 2.1 channel surround sound to create a more natural and realistic listening experience with a deeper, more natural bass response.
The 32W sound bar, complete with integrated subwoofer and adjustable bass, treble, and sub-level options, allows any home cinema enthusiast to get the most from this surround sound system at the touch of a button. With the addition of four pre-set sound modes, movies, gaming and sport are brought to life in your living room.
Ideal for wall mounting, the neat and compact HTSB200 can also be placed on a TV stand (32-inch minimum). This easy to install surround sound system is ideal for those places where space is limited, but with its clean lines and gloss black finish it does not compromise on style. It proves an ideal partner for the Sharp AQUOS series of LCD TVs.
Morag Zuk, product manager for Sharp UK, commented: “Customers are increasingly looking for convenience and value for money, yet still craving the best in audio technology. The HTSB200 provides the perfect solution. It offers the latest in home entertainment technology in an easy, affordable package whilst maintaining the sleek design that is synonymous from Sharp.”
Pricing and availability
The HTSB200 will be available from selected independent retailers from July 2009. RRP is £129.99.
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