Drool Alert: The Sony NHS-3020 Entertainment System
Unless you're a Columbian Drug Lord or you win the big Powerball jackpot, you won't be buying this really cool entertainment system from Sony. Still we're pretty impressed with the details on the NHS-3020. According to MobileWhack.com:
The NHS-3020 (that’s what its called) would feature support for controlling audio and video content for a 7.1 surround sound home theater and will also support 12 supplementary rooms of audio and video. It features 5 sources which is can also operate independently including a 400-disc DVD changer, a 400-disc CD changer, a combination DVD recorder and VCR, a 5-disc DVD player and an AM/FM tuner. Users can also add some extra sources including current favs like HD cable or satellite box and Blu-ray Disc(TM) player.
Sony has already pre-wired and programmed these systems so they can just be operated out of the box, so to speak. It’s built into a Middle Atlantic(TM) rack and can also support devices like BRAVIA(TM) LCD TV, Grand WEGA(TM) rear projection TV or the VPL-VW100 SXRD(TM) based projector. One can for some extra bucks can also opt for the pre-programmed LCD touch-screen remote which help in operating the home system. This system has started shipping and prices start from $20,000 and go up to $40000!
What I really like is the component section just to display the 8 million cables it takes to hook the system up. Sony, you're just a big ol' tease!
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Posted by William Hungerford at July 17, 2006 12:05 AM