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Pioneer Dcs-58- 5.1 Home Cinema System

Guide price: £300

Last updated on 25th Mar 2009

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Pioneer Dcs-58- 5.1 Home Cinema System

With a thunderous 360 watts of music power and striking ‘tallboy’ speakers, the Pioneer DCS-580 makes for an impressive home cinema experience. The system has an HDMI output with 1080p upscaling, ensuring that your standard definition DVDs get a near high definition ‘makeover’ when connected to a compatible TV. CD and DivX file playback is also supported. Alternatively, you can play your MP3, WMA or MPEG-4 AAC (iTunes) music through the USB socket; simply plug in your memory stick or MP3 player.

Set up is a doodle thanks to the unique MCACC (Multi-Channel Acoustic Calibration System) feature. At the touch of a button, the MCACC will analyse your room environment and optimally tune the system. The result sounds like a professional recording engineer has fine-tuned your home cinema! Flexible speaker placement is possible too, thanks to ‘Front Stage Surround Advance’.

You no longer have to position the speakers in the traditional 5.1 surround setting around the room; just place the neat and elegant ‘tallboys’ alongside your television, facing the front.

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