Pioneer to Offer 600W 5.1 Channel Solution for XBOX 360
May 10, 2006 6:39 PM
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What good is a high-definition picture without the high-definition sound?
Pioneer Electronics will be offering a
specially designed audio solution
for owners of Microsoft's latest console gaming system.
Pioneer's HTP-XGS1 is a 5.1 channel surround sound system custom designed for the XBOX 360 console. It has a total power output of 600W through 5 satellite speakers: front left/right, center, and rear left/right, plus a subwoofer for bass. The system has 2 optical inputs, 1 coaxial, an analog input for audio and an AM/FM tuner.
The system features internal calibration to perfect the sound output in any setting and has a separate display to show information about what the use is controlling. The entire system is controlled by a remote which also works with the gaming console and is designed to match the look of the XBOX 360 console.
Pricing on the HTP-XGS1 is expected to be set at around $500 this coming June. Pioneer has always been a key player in the home theater market namely with its Elite brand of audio/video equipment. Owners of the XBOX 360 console should be tempted at a fairly priced, if not affordable, high powered audio system such as Pioneer's offering.
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5/11/2006 12:38:11 AM
MCACC is not rated "head and shoulders" above other Auto-calibration systems. Harman kardon is the only one to apply EQ to the sub the last time I checked. It is also regarded as one of the best.
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