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JBL's Cinema 500 Brings Big Cinema Sound To Small Spaces

By Tony Ibrahim | Friday | 01/07/2011

With brand recognition and a long term cinema relationship that stems back to when sound first meet silent film, JBL's new Cinema 500 series brings cinematic entertainment into the household.

Unlike other surround sound systems where each component works independently, the Cinema 500 takes a synergistic approach, where components work together to achieve purer sound.

Take the identical four satellite speakers as an example, which have their centres voice-matched to ensure a consistent sound is produced from one speaker to the other, resulting in an immersive 360 degree experience. These speakers are also video coded as to avoid the nasty magnetic interference that cause television screens to flicker.

Through dual mid-ranged drivers, a heightened sense of realism is achieved while also reducing distortion in the centre and front satellite speakers.

Deep bass is produced by an 8 inch 150-watt sub-woofer, producing high impact bass. Its downward design aims vibrations at the floor for enhanced noise clarity. This intelligent design prevents the rumbling sound of nearby walls, ensuring sound purity. Bass performance can also be tuned to preference through detailed subwoofer controls.

Boasting energy efficient design, the sub-woofer automatically awakens from hibernation when needed. Through this innovation the Cinema 500 requires less than 1-watt of power consumption.

Striking design traits elevate this simple home theatre system to an aesthetic feature of anyone's living room, with its uniquely attractive design.

In addition to in built key holes, used to hang the four satellites on walls, all of the necessary wiring is included in the box and is colour coded for simple set up.



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