Denon Home Cinema mîcro

Home cinema

We’re keeping it all short but sweet today since we’re winding down for Christmas. So just the bare facts from hereon in. The name of Denon’s DHT-M330DV Two-Box DVD Home Cinema mîcro tells you all you need to know really: it’s in a two-box format, it’s mîcro-sized for small spaces, it’s a DVD home cinema system. For £449.99 you get that plus a 5.1 speaker system. It comes with PAL Progressive Scan, RGB on SCART and Dolby PLIIx. Other features include Auto Decode (automatically detects the sound format when you put a disc in); Quick Setup to make it easy for new users; and, most importantly, a remote control with illuminated buttons.

DHT-M330DV 7.1 capable mîcro DVD Surround System
– Delivered as 5.1 yet 6.1 and 7.1 capable
  via pre-out jacks with additional amplification
– 6 x 20 watts into 6 ohms – high-quality amplification
– DTS-ES Discrete 6.1. DTS-Neo:6,
– Dolby Digital + EX plus Dolby Pro-Logic IIx
– Dolby Headphone and Dolby Virtual Speaker ‘Wide’
   which enlarges the soundfield in small rooms
– PAL 625p Progressive Scan via component
  for best picture with Plasma and LCD screens
– RGB on SCART for best picture on conventional TVs
– Denon’s whole suite of MP3/WMA & Family
  Photo replay JPEG and Photo-CD
– Auto-Format Decode, Quick Set-Up and simple
  Screen On-Screen Displays for easy consumer use
– Full AM/FM radio with FM RDS and 40 memory presets
– Neat two-box design – each component is just 70mm
  high and 210 mm wide, with an alloy front panel and side cheeks

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  • Well its past x-mas and I didn’t get the home theater :(, but the good news is I got enough x-mas money to buy me one 🙂

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