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Philips introduces two new home theatre systems, available now

Philips HTS7540

For this festive season, Philips introduced two home theatre systems – Blu-ray HTS7200 and Blu-ray HTS7540 – for users who want to convert to Blu-ray Full High Definition experience in the comfort of their homes.

With the most extensive range of Blu-ray products in the market, Philips offers superior technology and sleek design for players and home theater systems so every home can now enjoy Blu-ray.

Philips’ latest 2.1 Blu-ray HTS7200 is a stylish Blu-ray home theatre crafted in aluminum and glass. Its Dolby Virtual Speaker produces rich and immersive surround sound from a two-speaker system, so any high quality stereo source is instantly transformed into room-filling sound without the need to purchase extra speakers, wires or speaker stands.

Its sleek sibling ,the Philips Blu-ray HTS7540, delivers high definition pictures and surround sound in a stylish design with high quality aluminum metal finishing.

It features Clear Voice – an innovative audio technology that significantly increases the intelligibility of vocalizations, so you can enjoy what you’re watching to the fullest. You will never again miss critical moments in a conversation or inspiring lyrics to a song.

To complete the high definition entertainment experience, both players feature
DTS-HD Advanced Digital Out and Dolby TrueHD that deliver high fidelity surround sound from your Blu-ray Discs, so audio reproduced is virtually indistinguishable from the studio master. Proprietary DoubleBASS technology ensures you hear even the deepest bass tones from compact-sized subwoofers, delivering sound with more boom and panache.

Philips’ Blu-ray playback supports the delivery of Blu-ray movies using the 1080p progressive scan format at the same amount of frames per minute (24fps) as used in the cinema, with exceptional detail, sharpness and colour saturation. As well as playing Blu-ray and DVD, the entire new range is DivX Ultra Certified and will also play all commonly used formats, including WMV, MP3, WMA and JPG.

The Philips Blu-ray HTS7200 retails at S$849 and HTS7540 at S$1,299 and are now available at all major electronics stores from December.

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