Sony introduced three new home theater systems on Wednesday, adding to its lineup of home solutions with DVD based equipment.
The three new home theater has 1,000 watts maximum power and integrated with five disc DVD/CD that offer excellent performance and quality with simplified set-up.
The three comes along with an iPod cradle allowing the home theater to play music and Video from external devices through digital media port.
They all feature Sonyâ€™s S-AIR technology allowing wireless audio to be transmitted more effectively up to 164 feet while the new Sony's DMPort booster enhance the quality of sound passing through the cradle accessory.
The home theater systems will be available later this month but varies in prices. The DAV-HDX587WC and AV-HDX589W can be purchase for $430 that includes S-AIR wireless rear speaker for the DAV-HDX589W while the DAV-HDX587WC features S-AIR multi-room listening station.
The DAV-HDX285 by which the company called as affordable solution can be avail at a price of $300.
Additionally, Sony also introduced three new DVD players, the DVP-FX730 that features
7-inch widescreen display and a battery life that last for five hours, the DVP-FX930 which is available in five different stylish colors with up to 6 hours of battery life and the stand-alone DVD player DVP-NS710H featuring automatic DVD upscaling via HDMI to near HD quality. The three will ales be available this month for a price of $130, $190 and $70, respectively