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Panasonic SC HT545W

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Panasonic SC-HT545W - Home theatre system - 5.1 channel

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    The SC-HT545W offers rear wireless convenience. Audio signals are transmitted between the main unit and surround speakers by radio waves, so there's no need for cables. This is especially convenient in a room with hardwood floors, for example, where there is no good way to hide cables. The wireless unit can be placed out of sight behind a sofa and hidden without a problem, and there's no sound interruption when people pass between the main and wireless units, as the 2.4-GHz wireless system combines Advanced Adaptive Frequency Selection using a bi-lateral authentication system, to minimize interference.

    In line with the growth in popularity of MP3 players, all these models include a Music Port. This enables you to link up any portable audio player and listen to the music stored on it through your home cinema system. The supplied 3.5mm cable plugs into your portable audio player and the music port and then allows all the tunes to be played back. The digital re-mastering technology ensures high quality MP3 reproduction, and will bring life to your portable audio player like never before.

    The SC-HT545W cinema systems feature Advanced Progressive Scan, which delivers perfect clarity to today's flat panel plasmas and LCD screens. With features such as Cinema mode, which reduces glare, softens resolution and improves visibility in dark scenes and a Dialog Enhancer, which boosts the center channel speaker by 6dB to make movies come alive, these systems effortlessly deliver the full effect intended by the film's director.