Panasonic's AV 2011 Range Sets A Stunning Pace In Home Entertainment

Written by Marie Jones     12/05/2011 | 01:31 | Category: INDUSTRY

A raft of audio visual products from Panasonic in its new 2011 range aims to keep the living room as the hub of entertainment. Here are some of the highlights of the range.

The full range comprises the company's smartest ever Viera Plasma TV line up. At the top of the range, is the TH-P65VT30A which is due for release in August, with full 1080 line resolution and dynamic contrast of 5,000,000.1. Pricing details are yet to be announced.

Encompassing Easy IPTV, this is one of four entry level, non 3D Full HD Plasma Panels from Panasonic. It includes ShoutCast and FAcebook and USB playback via 2 inputs. It is available now at an RRP of $1399.

3D Blu Ray Home Theatre systems bring a new dimension to home entertainment with three new full HD systems giving cinema quality surround sound and built in Wi-Fi, Skype, DLNA and 2D-3D conversion. The BTT775 retails at $999 and is available now.

A new Skype feature enables users to record a leave voice recordings on an answerphone, so that calls are never missed, even when everything is switched off.

3D gaming comes to life with a new range of eyewear, that are lighter and easy on the eye.

 

Mini and Micro DVD Home Theatre systems also include excellent connectivity and playback.  The SC-XH150 satellite speakers  systems supports Viera Link, which allows the user to  operate interconnected Panasonic devices using only the remote control of  a Viera TV.  The SC-XH150 is available now at $399.

 

High Definition DVD recorders offer twin HD tuners so you can record two programmes being broadcast at the same time. To bolster its DVD offering, the company also launched four new DVD players. The portable DVD-LS92 retails at $299 and gives 11 hours of playback.