Mitsubishi introduced a pair of new Ultra Thin Frame premium flat panel HDTVs today that feature integrated Sound Projectors. The two sets are the 46-inch screen LT-46149 and the 52-inch screen LT-52149 models.
The integrated sound projector uses an array of 16 speakers to reproduce a true 5.1 surround sound listening experience without needing speakers or wiring to accomplish it. Both models also feature a 120Hz refresh rate and the ability to display HD programming. The 46-inch set will retail for $3299 and the 52-ich set will sell for $3699.
“Mitsubishi's new Premium Flat Panel TV with iSP creates a new immersive audio experience with innovative sound technology that exceeds what is currently being offered on the market,” said Frank DeMartin, vice president, marketing, at Mitsubishi DigitalElectronics America. “The new Premium Flat Panel TV with iSP is ideal for consumers who have been craving a complete home theater TV solution without the complicated set-up and operation.”
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