Jamo launches DMR 45 virtual surround sound receiver

Home audio, Home cinema


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
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