LG has revealed its home theater system, the 2.1 channel HT33S. The glossy black exterior houses iPod docking, an optical port for sound, and the ability to convert standard def DVDs to HD1080p through HDMI upscaling. DivX, DVD, CD, MP3, WMA and JPEG are all compatible via USB. Finally, CD files can be converted to MP3 and saved as well. Presented at the IFA 2008 and tuned by audio expert Mark Levinson, look for an October release of the system.
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If you can afford your own home theater system or business, America Soda Machine will customize a vending machine for you. Use your logo, or ask them to put on your fave team, car, movie, or activity. They also have vintage ones for those who dig retro. With several makes and models, the reconditioned machines can be configured to work with cans or bottles, and you can charge for the privilege to help pay for its $2,495.00 plus shipping price tag.
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Pioneer has released their Home Theater System with lots of fun components. The HTS-LX70 has 4 multi-directional satellite speakers, a 7.06-inch dual-drive subwoofer, decoder for Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio, and 3 HDMI 1.3 inputs. XM/Sirius ready, it also features 2 audio inputs. There is an illuminated LCD touch panel remote, but sadly no player to go with the $1,800.00 package, although the system is pictured with one.
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