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NewsPoster Mar 14, 2013 08:44 AM
Panasonic price, date 2013 home theater system range
Panasonic will be making a number of home theater systems available to order later this month. The <a href="" rel='nofollow'>SC-HTB770</a>, <a href="" rel='nofollow'>SC-HTB370</a>, <a href="" rel='nofollow'>SC-HTB70</a>, and <a href="" rel='nofollow'>SC-HTB65</a>, forming the company's 2013 range of systems, were initially revealed at CES in January alongside its <a href="" rel='nofollow'>56-inch</a> Ultra HD OLED TV, but are only now coming up for order through retail stores and through Panasonic itself. <br />
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The SC-HTB770 is a 300-Watt 3.1-channel system that can be changed from being separate speakers into a single long soundbar, accompanied by a down-firing, wireless subwoofer. Using Dolby Digital, Pro Logic II, Dolby Virtual Speaker, and DTS, the system also offers Bluetooth connectivity, can accept three HDMI inputs, and two optical inputs. The 240-Watt SC-HTB370 loses the HDMI inputs and Bluetooth, but the 2.1-channel system retains the soundbar functionality.

The SC-HTB70 and SC-HTB65 models are sound bars designed to allow for multiple wall-mounting or TV-stand setups. Both 2.1-channel systems can detect if its speakers are vertical or horizontal, adjusting its directional characteristics automatically. The 90-Watt SC-HTB65 offers two such positions, while the 120-Watt SC-HTB70 boosts the number of orientations up to four.

All four systems will be on sale in March, with the SC-HTB770 and SC-HTB370 costing $400 and $300 respectively, while the SC-HTB70 and SC-HTB65 sound bars will cost $200 and $180.
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