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Philips launches its latest range of DVD mini hi-fi systems

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Philips launches its latest range of DVD mini hi-fi systems

Philips Electronics India Ltd, a subsidiary of Netherlands-based Royal Philips Electronics and one of the leading consumer electronics brand in Europe, has announced the launch of range of models of DVD mini hi-fi systems – FWD790, FWD576 & FWD796 – in India.

As an introductory offer, a Philips consumer will get a WorldSpace satellite radio – Diva receiver – along with a three-month subscription worth Rs 1999, free. This offer is valid in Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Delhi and Mumbai till December 31, 2005.

Commenting on the launch, Mrugesh Gaglani, Brand Manager, Philips Music Systems said, “Philips has always believed in bringing in the best products and the latest technology to the Indian market. Our focus has always been to ensure that we are able to deliver superior products that feature world-class, cutting-edge technology at affordable prices. These three new models – FWD 790, FWD576 and FWD 796 – will not only offer high quality sound output, but also offer great features to entertain the consumers. This tie-up with WorldSpace is another value addition for our consumers.”

Priced at Rs 19,999, Philips FWD790 DVD Hi-Fi System offers crystal clear sound output of 3600W PMPO with enhanced bass using wOOx technology. Some of the other exciting features are three DVD changer, DTS, Dolby Digital Prologic II and DivX, remote controlled cassette deck and full karaoke features (vocal, echo and key controls).

Philips FWD796 DVD Hi-Fi System, in addition to the above, offers 5.1-channel music output with 8500W PMPO of sound. This system is available for Rs 25,999 across all consumer electronics showrooms and in Philips Arenas.

FWD576 is another 5.1 channel DVD Hi-fi system with 7500W PMPO. Priced at Rs 22,999, this system in addition to a three DVD changer, DTS, Dolby Digital Prologic II and DivX, also has a Gameport connection to connect a game console. This feature differentiates it from other music systems in the market.


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