Sony launches Bravia DAV-F200 home theatre system with HDMI, USB and 1080p upscaling
Sony has introduced the DAV-F200 BRAVIA Home Theatre system, promising virtual surround sound without filling the room with speakers.
The DAV-F200 uses Sony’s S-Force Front Surround technology, combining with a total of 405w S-Master digital amplification to create virtual surround sound from just two speakers and a compact subwoofer. And there’s also HDMI output, upscaling to 1080p, Bravia Sync for one remote control, USB connectivity and a disc player that can handle DVDs, CDs, and file formats including MP3, Windows Media Audio, DivX and JPEG.
No news on a price – but expect in the coming weeks.
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