September 11, 2007 Consumer electronics manufacturer Loewe showcased its recently released Individual Sound Projector at this year’s IFA in Berlin. The sound projector is a genuine 5.1 surround sound system that operates from a single device, allowing TV, DVD and other digital sources to be operated from one remote control. The multi-channel surround sound system features integrated cinema settings and over-head effects without the need for any additional speakers or cables and after encountering the system at the IFA, Gizmag can attest that it sounds amazing.
The Individual Sound Projector has an integrated digital amplifier, and seven cinema presets, to create a realistic film sound. Additionally, Loewe has strived to reduce the time it takes to set up the system and fine tune the audio settings to suit your room. The sound projector can automatically analyze the measurements and acoustics of a room and adjust the settings accordingly, directing the sound waves partly to the listener and partly through reflections off the walls. The device also offers TruBass audio functions and is compatible with Dolby Digital, DTS, Dolby Pro Logic II and DTS Neo 6.
Loewe’s new sound projector can be mounted on the wall or ceiling, or positioned on a stand to maximize its versatility in any room. The unit is sleek looking and combines technical refinement with convenient home entertainment all in one package that provides fantastic sound quality.
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