Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Video Wave Entertainment System

Bose is more commonly related with audio products such as HTIBs and headphones is venturing into the world of TVs with its 1st model, with a 46-inch LCD TV set called the Bose VideoWave Entertainment System. As its name suggests, the TV is really a system consisting of a 46-inch LCD TV with a proprietary audio technology, a separate media console with an iPod dock, and a sole "click pad" remote control. The Video Wave TV will be offered in Bose stores on October 14th at a price of $5,350.
Video Wave Entertainment SystemTo Bose's credit, the LCD TV isn't another me-too product, but one that addresses the issue of poor sound that's accompanied the ever-slimmer-designs in many of LCD TV. The system's usually backlit (CCFL), 120Hz TV includes a proprietary Bose sound system, featuring "invisible" speakers, behind the screen. Bass is formed by six compact woofers and Bose's audio waveguide technology - basically, an acoustic tube folded inside the set. Seven other speakers are placed in an array at the top of the display, and are combined with digital signal processing to turn sound into left, right and center channels.


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