Jamo launches DMR 45 virtual surround sound receiver

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Along with their new 5.1 channel system, Jamo has announced their 2.1 receiver system incorporating virtual surround sound, for those who can’t install a complete 5.1 speaker system in their living space.

The DMR 45 is a compact unit capable of 2 x 75W of power output plus the ability to drive one of Jamo’s separate subwoofers.

Utilising Dolby’s Virtual Speaker technology, a wider two-channel sound stage is produced when playing CDs and MP3s. It also combines with Dolby Pro-Logic II processing, Dolby Digital and DTS decoding.

Its inbuilt DVD player offers high definition upscaling to 720p and 1080i resolution, plus the unit offers a 40-preset AM/FM RDS radio tuner.

An entry-level package containing the system plus two black A 102 Satellite Speakers and a SUB200 subwoofer costs £499.99, while a midrange package containing two A 402 speakers and a 400SUB subwoofer will set you back £599.99

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Andy Merrett