Deal of the Day: Sony DAV-FC9 DVD Dream System
Something that really amazes me is how many people I know who spend tons of money on new HDTV but don't have a home theater system. You just won't get the quality sound out of your TV speakers that you can get with even a low-end home theater setup. Well if you're looking for a higher-end system for a great price, be sure to look at the Sony DAV-FC9 DVD Dream System deal at Amazon:
Amazon.com Product Description:
With 650 watts of total power (100 x 5, plus a 150-watt powered subwoofer), the DAV-FC9 DVD Dream System is Sony's top-end home theater system, furnishing users with ultraprecise images and sound. The system comes complete with a receiver, five-disc DVD/SACD/CD changer, an AM/FM tuner, four front and rear floor-standing speakers, a center speaker, and an active powered subwoofer. The DVD changer is compatible with CD-R/RW, SACD, MP3, and JPEG (with slide show) formats, and its 480p progressive-scan output guarantees sharp image display.
For superior audio while watching movies, the Dream System offers Dolby Digital, DTS, and Dolby Pro Logic II decoding. Other audio features include an S-Master full digital amplifier, a bass enhancement function, and Sony's Digital Cinema Sound system, which re-creates the sound fields of three of the world's best-known cinema studios.
The DAV-FC9 is equipped for compatibility, with component-video and S-video outputs, a digital input for satellite TV, two analog AV inputs and one output, two video signal inputs and four outputs, and a 3.5 mm mini pin headphone jack. For convenience sake, the system features color-coded speaker connections, along with DVD/CD/SACD text that displays onscreen and a preprogrammed luminous remote control. The system comes with a one-year warranty on parts and labor.
Currently Amazon has the DAV-FC9 for $427 which is an absolute steal. Click the link below for more details.
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Posted by William Hungerford at June 5, 2006 11:20 AM