Onkyo is coming to the EXPO with its first 2.1-speaker TV-sound enhancement system, the company’s first iPod/iPhone-docking music system with built-in stereo Bluetooth, and two new mini systems, one of which is the company’s first with embedded stereo Bluetooth.
Onkyo’s 2.1-speaker LS3100 EnvisionCinema is designed to improve TV-sound quality. It also features stereo Bluetooth.
One of the mini systems is the company’s first networked mini system.
All ship in the fourth quarter along with a new stereo integrate amplifier. Prices haven’t been revealed.
The 2.1-speaker system is the LS3100 EnvisionCinema, intended to improve TV-sound quality. It consists of a slim amplifier, separate left-right speakers, a wireless downfiring subwoofer, stereo Bluetooth streaming, and SRS audio processing that expands the soundstage, improves dialog intelligibility, and equalizes out volume fluctuations in TV programming. It lacks virtual-surround processing and Dolby Digital/DTS 5.1 decoding. It can be controlled from a TV or set-top box remote.
The two new three-chassis mini systems are the CS-N755 Network HiFi Mini System and CS-355 Colobrino CD/Bluetooth HiFi Mini system, the former with optional stereo Bluetooth and the latter with built-in stereo Bluetooth. Both feature AM/FM tuner, single-CD player, and certified iPod/iPhone-compatible USB. The CS-355 adds iPad certification.
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