Cambridge SoundWorks Introduces New System for Upgrading TV Sound

 ,Thursday, January 27, 2000  
Cambridge SoundWorks Introduces New System for Upgrading TV Sound
Cambridge SoundWorks has introduced a unique new system that adds high-quality stereo or surround sound to any TV. The TVWorks 250 with Immersion virtual surround processing is an elegant, simple, one-box solution that drastically improves the limited range and mediocre sound from most TVs’ built-in speaker systems.

“Cambridge SoundWorks has been an important catalyst in the home theater revolution’s phenomenal growth,” says CSW’s general manager, Rob, Mainiero. “We’re fully committed to the research and development that is maintaining our prominence in the field. While there’s no substitute for a powerful surround system with a big-screen image, there are millions of TVs in use in rooms, lifestyles, and budgets for which such a surround sound system is not appropriate. Hence our new TVWorks 250.”

TVWorks 250 delivers dramatically better stereo audio from all television programming — whether broadcast or cable TV, videocassettes, or DVDs — while demanding only the most minimal setup and modest space requirements. The unit is magnetically shielded to eliminate image distortion on direct-view televisions and it includes dual RCA inputs for one-step connection to virtually any TV. The user-selectable Immersion virtual surround processing mode, which invokes enlarged stereo imaging for an audible improvement in acoustic space, reaches far beyond the actual width of the system itself.

For more details, call Cambridge SoundWorks 617-332-5936.

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