Sensory Science Corporation is now shipping its new Power3 DVD home theater system to retailers throughout North America. Carrying the Go Video(TM) brand, the Power3 DVD combines a high resolution DVD player with a 200-watt linear class A/B amplifier and Dolby Digital® 5.1 channel decoder.
This all-in-one solution eliminates the need to buy a separate amplifier and decoder. The company’s new Power3 DVD combination processor/amplifier offers complete versatility to play DVD video, CD audio and CD video, and delivers 40-watts to five different channels. The Power3 DVD provides a quality, multi-channel audio/video experience in an
The Power3 DVD sports a 10-bit video digital to analog converter and a 27MHz advanced digital filter, providing 400% better accuracy than conventional 8-bit, 13.5 MHz systems, enabling the delivery of crystal clear and artifact-free video. Composite and S-video outputs ensure maximum connectivity, resolution and clarity with a variety of televisions or display devices, while the graphical interface provides a user-friendly experience.
The Power3 DVD also features the ability to process and play 96 KHz/24-bit digital audio and employs Dolby Pro Logic(TM) technology that enables users to create specific three-dimensional sound fields whether they use 2, 3, 5 or 6 speaker combinations. Additional features include a Dolby Digital 5.1 channel decoder, as well as a separate dedicated audio power supply for high performance and noise immunity. The player also allows users to connect up to two additional devices, such as a VCR, to take advantage of the built-in surround sound system. Other features include parental control, 2X and 4X zoom capability, 4:3 and 16:9 compatibility, and on-screen programming in six different languages, in addition to traditional DVD and CD features. The Power3 is available now at a suggested retail price of $499.