By >Akihabara News Team
Panasonic introduces 2 new 3D Blue-Ray Home Cinema
Panasonic launches the SC-BTT755 and the SC-BT350, 2 new 3D Blue-Ray Home Cinema system. Both systems are equipped by the Panasonic advanced image technology, like the PHL Reference Chroma Processor Plus and Full HD Upsampling. These technologies are supposed to make you feel like in your cinema, says Panasonic.
The speakers include Advanced Bamboo Cone technology (only for the SC-BTT755) and Kelton Subwoofer with virtual 7.1 channel surround and, of course, the setups support Viera cast.
Also, if you buy the LAN adaptor DY-WL 10, you can eliminate these annoying cables, which is very useful I think.
Both systems are available from September 2010. Prices are not yet known.
Advanced sound technologies complement the true-to-life 3D images of the FULL HD 3D Home Cinema Systems. The Advanced Bamboo Cone Speaker produces clear vocals that are not overwhelmed by sound effects, the Kelton Subwoofer adds robust bass, and the Virtual 7.1-channel Surround function reproduces dynamic surround sounds that further enhance the enjoyment of watching 3D films. The stylish, slim speaker box of the SC-BTT755 suppresses unwanted acoustic reflections to achieve pure, high-quality sound.
The new cinema systems also feature great networking functions like VIERA CAST which brings a variety of streaming services including YouTubeTM Videos into the living room. Wireless LAN capability eliminates the need to connect a LAN cable, so the system can be installed without the need for any complicated wires.
Users can watch 2D images (JPEG) and movies (AVCHD/MPEG2) from digital cameras and camcorders via the integrated SD card slot and USB port, as well as 3D video content recorded by the Panasonic camcorder HDC-SDT750. With these and other features, the new cinema systems provide exciting entertainment for family and friends.
Panasonic also addresses important environmental issues in its production system. For example, a single chip LSI called UniPhier is used for image signal processing. Unification of this LSI helps to lower power consumption and achieve a more compact design while also decreasing the burden on the environment by using limited natural resources more efficiently.
These Panasonic Blu-ray DiscTM Home Cinema Systems have taken a large step ahead in image and sound quality, networking, easy operation, and environmental consideration, to provide even greater AV enjoyment.