Deal of the Day: Samsung HT-Q70 XM Ready Five-Disc DVD Changer Home Theater System
If you're in the market for a home theater system, you'll want to look at the Samsung HT-Q70 Home Theater System. With an XM Ready tuner and a five-disc CD channels this is a pretty loaded system for under $300. According to Amazon:
Amazon.com Product Description
The Samsung HT-Q70 home-theater system delivers 1000 watts (200 more watts than the HT-Q45) of big audio power through 5.1 channels, enhanced by Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic, and DTS decoders. This full-featured unit offers the convenience of a five-disc changer, as well as improved USB host play, which enables you to plug and play your favorite portable digital devices without the nuisance of loading software.
Of course, this convenience is all accented by the DVD player's impressive progressive scan technology. The player supports loads of audio and video formats, such as MP3, WMA, MPEG (video), DivX, JPEG (photo files), and general audio support. Forget about the need to burn CDs or DVDs to enjoy music and video clips. The HT-Q70 gives you all the playback options you need so you can sit back and enjoy all your favorite media files, no matter what the format.
To top it all off, the HT-Q70 is XM Radio ready. With the HT-Q70 and your subscription to XM radio, you will be able to enjoy satellite radio service in CD quality sound. With the superior audio of Samsung and the static-free reception of satellite broadcasts, radio takes on a whole new dimension. This is the ultimate in complete home theater experience.
The DVD player's smooth progressive scan eliminates even the slightest hint of blur or distortion, and brings new realism to DVD movies and DVD video selections. Combine this with HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) connectivity and you'll be impressed with this system's ability to transmit DVD video and audio signals simultaneously for an even clearer picture.
Good looking for a good price, the Samsung HT-Q70 should definitely be considered by those looking for a nice entry level Home Theater System.
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Posted by William Hungerford at March 14, 2007 9:58 AM