Apartment living and space conscious film buffs now have the perfect home theatre option at their fingertips, as Samsung Electronics Australia proudly launches the HT-BD2ET – bookshelf Blu-ray home theatre system in a box (HTiB).

Bringing superlative HD quality and rich, uncompressed sound in a pint sized but powerful 5.1 speaker system, the HT-BD2ET’s compact bookshelf speakers allow consumers to place the speaker set wherever is convenient.

The HT-BD2ET sports an expanded centre channel for increased accurate dialogue reproduction and a subwoofer, combining the latest in high quality audio formats and superb Full HD video quality. Consumers can even play their standard DVDs via the DVD upscaling feature. Film buffs will also love the system’s advanced playback capability (24 frames per second compatible) that ensures movie-goers can watch films the way they were meant to be seen.

The Samsung HT-BD2ET delivers an incredible theatre-like experience via a host of innovative features including Full HD 1080p for remarkable cinematic picture and ‘super tweeter’ speakers which allow sound reproduction up to an incredible 50Khz. The compact, yet powerful HT-BD2ET punches well above its weight – outputting an impressive 800 watts RMS – to deliver booming action sequences and soft dialogue in supreme audio quality.

Stylistically, the HT-BD2ET is beautifully designed with blue LED accents that match with all the latest Samsung Full HD LCD and plasma televisions – ensuring a luxurious and sleek fit for the cutting-edge living room. The system’s glossy piano black components are incredibly compact and provide an ideal home theatre alternative for the space conscious consumer. Samsung’s unique Anynet + technology allows the entire system to be controlled via one remote, delivering the ultimate streamlined convenience to consumers.

Price and availability

The Samsung HT-BD2ET will be available in store from December 11 and will be priced at $1099 and consumers can receive $100 cash back as part of Samsung’s Summer Cashbacks’ deal.

Source: Samsung