Sony RHT-G900 TV Stand Doles Out Virtual Surround Sound

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Sony Japan’s RHT-G900 equipment rack/TV stand

The 119-pound furniture unit expected from Sony Japan in May features built-in left, center and right channels plus a subwoofer.


Feb. 21, 2008 — by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

You’ve heard of plenty of all-in-one devices, so here’s an interesting all-in-one piece: the RHT-G900 A/V furniture coming from Sony Japan in May, designed for its Bravia line of TVs up to 46 inches.

If you don’t have room for a booming sound system with tower speakers and mega subwoofer, don’t fret. This baby comes with built-in left, center and right speaker channels and a subwoofer right in the rack. And there’s 5.1-channel virtual surround provided by the S-Force PRO technology.

The RHT-G900 also features HDMI inputs, digital audio inputs, digital media port, preset equalizers and a digital audio decoder that can do Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG-2, AAC and PCM.

Dimensions for this 119-pound unit are roughly 44 by 16 by 19 inches. We’re taking the word from Hifi-ring.com, which hopefully translated Sony’s Japanese press release pretty well.

Sorry, no details of cost or shipment to the U.S.



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