N/APosted on - 04/09/2015
I want to buy a new home theater system. Is Harman/Kardon BDS 7772 a good choice? What are the specifics and benefits of using this theater system? How much is the cost? What is 360-degree soundscape? What do you mean by DTS-HD Audio Decoding? What is the purpose of this? What is that for? What is DLNA Certification? How useful knowing this accreditation? What is SAT-9? Can I connect this with my computer? What are the features that can be used to connect it with smart phones and other devices? What are the materials used in this device? What is the meaning of LFE and what is its purpose? Please provide answers to my questions. Thank you!
Harman / Kardon’s BDS 772 Specifications and Functionality
Here are the specifications of Harman/Kardon BDS 7772.
1. Supported formats – MPEG 1-2-3, WMA, JPEG
2. Audio Formats – Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD, Dolby Pro Logic II
3. Other – 3D support, FM tuner
4. Power – 65 w for 5 devices
5. Disc accepted – 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray (single layer / dual layer), DVD, DVD-R/-RW, DVD+R/+RW, CD, CD-R/-RW, CD-DA
6. Blu-ray and DVD player with subwoofer
360-SoundScape is a technology laced with this system that enables the user to hear same sound quality from north to south, east to west. It provides lossless and lossy compression. It decodes the original sound and compare it with the decoded sound and send again the feedback in real-time. This makes the speakers to sound high-definition and with clarity. DLNA certification assures that the person who buys this product can make it sure that it will work perfectly with DLNA devices like play station, xbox and other DLNA peripherals. SAT-9 integrates this system to work and connect with other wireless devices. You can connect this system with a Y-jack connectors so you can connect it from the green port of your sound-card. Low Frequency Effects (LFE) are used in connectors especially for sub-woofers. This is especially designed for a low frequency part of the theater system.