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Sony Muteki and Super Muteki – big sound, and fun to say

By Press Release | 8:09 am 23/06/2009

Sony has released two big additions to its home theatre range – Muteki (HTDDW7500) and Super Muteki (HTDDW8500) for the those who like big toys.

True to the meaning of the Japanese word, the power of the Muteki range is ‘invincible’ – with unbeatable sound, clarity, volume and room-shaking potential. The Super Muteki boasts up to 2095W total power output with four, foundation-shaking 25 cm separately amplified subwoofers.

With the addition of five more components than a traditional 5.1 channel surround sound system, the sheer size of the Super MUTEKI home theatre system is enough to impress!

Sony’s unique auto set up system, DCAC (Digital Cinema Auto Calibration), makes it easy to set up and calibrate all speakers using the supplied microphone. With three HDMI inputs, you can also connect up to your Bravia LCD TV, PlayStation 3 and PC.

MUTEKI – HTDDW7500

  • 7.2 channel home theatre system
  • 1695W total power output
  • Separately amplified subwoofers with dual amp stack
  • Two 25cm independently powered subwoofers
  • HDMI in x 3, component video input x 3
  • 1080/24p
  • x.v. colour
  • Price: $1,999 RRP
  • Availability: July 2009

Super MUTEKI – HTDDW8500

  • 7.4 channel home theatre system
  • 2095W total power output
  • Separately amplified subwoofers with triple ampstack
  • Four 25 cm independently powered subwoofers
  • HDMI in x 3, component video input x 3
  • 1080/24p
  • x.v. colour
  • Price: $2,199 RRP
  • Availability: July 2009

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