Become One with SE2’s Monster Entertainment Box
It's high-end home-theater-in-a-box, combining gaming, DVR, digital music and plenty o' processing inside one component.
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ITC One integrates a variety components, including HD DVD players, audio/video components, gaming systems, and more.
November 09, 2007 by Rachel Cericola

Those with a budget of $20,000+ for a new home theater might want to put all of those golden eggs in this One basket—the ITC One.

Basically, the SE2 Labs unit has all of the circuit boards inside your pricey components, making this one-box solution much easier on your room aesthetics. Weighing in at over 100 pounds though, it won’t be very easy on your back.

The weight could be because the unit is busting with entertainment options. Each One can be customized with options including the Microsoft Xbox 360, an HD DVR, a Bryston digital surround processor, an iPod video dock, and too many other devices to list here.

If you’re the type of person that likes to tinker or swap out components, this may not be the system for you. Me, on the other hand, I find myself always needing to move my entertainment system for some reason, and well, this could actually save me some cash in chiropractic costs.

In case you aren’t convinced, Audioholics just bestowed its 2007 Consumer Excellence Award on the box. Start saving; it sells for $24,995.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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