Best home theatre products

We take a look at some of the best home theatre products from Sony, Samsung, Bowers & Wilkins, Sharp and Orb Audio

If you want to get the most out of your Blu-ray movies and DVDs, a sub-woofer and set of external speakers is absolutely essential. Here are five of the best home theatre offerings we've looked at from Sony, Samsung, Bowers & Wilkins, Sharp and Orb Audio. If you're looking for exceptional audio quality, this hardware will not disappoint.

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Sony MU.TE.KI (HT-DDW7500)

If you have the spare space to set up the Sony MU.TE.KI (HT-DDW7500)’s nine separate speakers and two amplifier stacks, you’re in for a treat. The MU.TE.KI home theatre system has plenty of power to give and the right digital sound processing to simulate multi-point surround sound.

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  • 28th July, 2009
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Sony
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  • Pros:
  • Exceptionally powerful, versatile and ‘complete’ sound, good DSP presets
  • Cons:
  • Nine speakers to set up, bulky, lacks overall clarity, no HD audio decoding

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