Samsung launches HT-C6930W 3D Home Theater system

Samsung launches HT-C6930W 3D Home Theater system

Samsung launches as they describes it “the world’s first 3D Home Theater” –  HT-C6930W, “Samsung is the first company to offer a complete 3D product line-up including TVs, Blu-ray player and home theater,” said Yang Kyu Kim, senior vice president of sales and marketing, Visual Display Business, Samsung Electronics. “Samsung will continue to provide customers with best-in-class 3D experiences in the future,” he added.

The system offers 3D video and 3D audio in single package with 1330W output power and promise premium sound thanks to Samsung’s ‘Crystal Amp Pro’ technology, which minimizes sound distortion and noise by refining input sound twice, delivering cleaner and clearer sound by amplifying analog signals with complete fidelity. Other feature which Samsung also includes for optimized sound is  called ‘Automatic Sound Field Optimization’ that automatically calculates the distance from speaker to listener to provide a true immersive 3D experience at home.

The system is equipped with Wi-Fi wireless and AllShare home network technology, which allows you to play  multimedia content stored on PCs  and mobile phones through both wired and wireless networks. This also will give access to Internet@TV, different internet service and allows users to enjoy useful information on the internet such as news, weather, stocks, UCC and movies for free.

Samsung HT-C6930W

You must take out $899.99 of your pocket for this 3D Home Theater system

Specification:

General Total Power 1330 W
Number of Channels 5.1
Supporting Media DVD Disc Capacity 1
CD/CD-R/CD-RW Yes
DVD/DVD±R/DVD±RW Yes
MP3 Yes
JPEG Viewer Yes
DVD-Audio No
DIVX (including XVID) DivX HD
BluRay Yes
Audio Processing Dolby Digital Yes
Dolby Pro Logic II Yes
Dolby Pro Logic IIx Yes
Dolby Digital EX No
Dolby Digital+ Yes
Dolby True HD Yes
DTS Yes
DTS ES Discrete 6.1 No
DTS 96/24 No
DTS Neo 6 No
DTS-HD Yes
Connectivity Anynet+ Yes
Wireless-Ready Yes
Wireless Module included Yes
USB HOST Yes
Composite Inputs No
Component Inputs No
HDMI Inputs 2
HDMI Out Yes
SCART Out No
Audio Inputs 1
Optical Inputs 1
Coaxial Inputs No
Multi ch in No
Multi ch out No
i-Pod Yes (video, audio and iPhone compatible)
Headphone Jack No
Mic Jack No
Tuner XM-READY No
FM Yes
RDS Yes
AM No
Speaker Type(Sat/Tallboy) 2 Tallboy
Active(Powered) S/W No
Dimensions & Weight Set Net Dimension(W*H*D) 10.9″x 1.5″x 8.4″
Spk (sub woofer) Net Dimension(W*H*D) 4.3″ x 8.9″x 7.5″
Spk (front) Net Dimension(W*H*D) 2.3″ x 33″ x 3.0″
Spk (rear) Net Dimension(W*H*D) 2.3″ x3.6″ x1.7″
Spk (center) Net Dimension(W*H*D) 9.1″ x1.9″ x 1.7″
Gross Weight: One Packing 33 lbs
Gross Dimension (W*D*H) : One Packing 25.5″ x 9.0″ x 10.6″

 

Source: Samsung

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