Sony has unveiled their new range of Blu-ray home cinema systems, one of their most comprehensive series ever. The focus of this launch is so that hopefully there will be a suitable system to meet the entertainment needs of everyone. The latest range features two all-in-one systems, the BDV-E300, BDV-E800W, offering Full 1080p HD video, DVD upscaling and virtual 7.1 channel sound with wireless rear speakers.


The BDV-Z7 compact system is perfect for smaller rooms and gives a virtual 5.1 surround sound experience without the need for rear speakers.


The other four packages, the BDV-360FS, BDV-360IS, HTP-BD36SS and HTP-BD36SF, combine the BDP-S360 Blu-ray player with sleek amplification and speaker packages, for high quality home cinema in a box. Check out the full press release after the jump…

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Sony has unveiled their new Blu-ray player (BDP-S360) and three new BRAVIA theatre systems: new HT-SS360, HT-SF360 and HT-FS3 surround sound systems which provide high definition sound quality to create superlative home theatre experiences.

The Sony BDP-S360 is an upgrade to the previous BDP-S350 model and comes equipped with Sony’s Precision Cinema HD Upscale technology, which means it can convert standard definition signals, customers can use their existing DVD movie libraries, to 1080p providing a near high definition picture.

Sony’s new home theatre systems boast Sony’s S-AIR wireless technology, so you don’t have to worry about messy wiring.


Details and full gallery of the Blu-ray player BDP-S360 right after the jump…

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Philips has officially unveiled its super wide widescreen TV in the UK on Thursday as it attempts to offer something different to consumers aside from just another thin TV set.

The new model, called Cinema 21:9, will for the time being only come as a 56-inch model which will offer a 21:9 ratio screen. The result means that movies shot in the 2.39:1 format will completely fill the screen.

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