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Sony all-in-one Surround Sound System

New Sony all-in-one Surround Sound System for PS3 is now in market….


It’s easy to wonder what a game system is doing with its own specific speaker system, but this one’s a doozy. It’s equivalent to speaker systems found in some entire televisions–two ten watt speakers with a matching fifteen watt subwoofer all located in one simple soundbar.

Sony’s PS3 peripherals are really looking good these days. And recently, at E3 press conference of Sony, they just unveiled another cool peripheral for our beloved PS3 system, the new all-in-one Surround Sound System for the Playstation 3.

Sony decided to complement their PS3 console with an all-in-one Surround Sound System for the said console, complete with an integrated subwoofer that will hit Japan, North America, Europe/PAL and Asian countries later this Fall, retailing for $199 a pop. This is hoped to enhance your overall gaming experience, especially with the recently revealed PlayStation Move motion controllers, while adding more aural depth to Blu-ray movies and stereoscopic 3D content – all of this assuming you do not yet have a decent home theater system for your console gaming sessions. Known as the CECH-ZVS1, it will feature Sony’s S-Force PRO Front Surround Sound that generates rich realistic surround sound over one front speaker. Compatible with Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG-2 AAC, Linear PCM formats, you will find that this model will not be an eyesore in your living room, delivering dynamic sound while looking sleek.

For those wanting something a bit more substantial, units that offer HDMI and a separate subwoofer will also be available at higher prices, but for the serious audio junkie they’ll be all over that anyway.

This cool new sound bar for PS3 will be available this coming Fall 2010, with a retail price of 19,800 Yen, or US$199.

Resources :nexus404.com,ubergizmo.com

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