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LGE Introduces New Home Theater and Audio Systems

May 27 2008, 12:36pm CDT | by , in News | Home Entertainment

LGE Introduces New Home Theater and Audio Systems
 
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LG Electronics has announced the availability of four new home theater and audio systems that it introduced at CES 2008 in January. The systems include the LHT888, LHT854, LFD859 and LFA840. The LHT888 retails for $649.95 and has wireless rear speakers, 700W DVD receiver, 1080p upscaling via HDMI and more.

The LHT874 and LHT854 have the same features save the 874’s 5-disc DVD changer, HDMI output and wireless rear speakers. The 854 has a single disc DVD player. Both feature DVD 1080p upscaling and the 874 retails for $479.95 and the 854 goes for $299.95.

A pair of audio systems called the LFD850 and LFA840 is available as well. The LFD850 is made for iPod and has a dock station built-in and a USB port. The 850 is 2.1 channels and has 160 watts. Both units have a vacuum loading vertical CD slot and a clock radio with alarm and sleep modes. The LFD850 retails for $299.95 and the LFD840 retails for $229.95.

Via LG Electronics

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