Intex Technologies, one of the leading electronic companies in India has just announced the launch of two new home theatre systems namely the Sensation 51130 and 51125 Wooden. These two new home theatre systems join the Sensation series of home theatre systems which comprised of just three systems earlier.
With the addition of the Sensation 51130 and the Sensation 51125, Intex Technologies has given most audio and video buffs a wide variety of home theatre systems to choose from.
The Sensation 51130 sports an elegant silver look. Looks aside, the Sensaation 51130 home theatre system delivers 130 W RMS output through its five satellites and one woofer.
Moreover, the Dynamic Virtual Fluorescent Display adds to the overall visual appeal of the Sensation 51130. Making the Sensation 51130 home theatre system more user-friendly is the infra red remote control.
The second home theatre system launched by Intex Technologies is the Sensation 51125 Wooden home theatre system, which is a 5.1 model that is capable of delivering 125 W output. The Sensation 51125 home theatre system also has a built-in micro-controller based control system, full function LED display and remote control, which are some of the features that adds a lot of value to this home theatre system.
The Sensation 51125 has a very sophisticated unit that comes enclosed in a wooden casing.
Both the Sensation 51130 and the Sensation 51125 Wooden home theatre systems can be used in conjunction with TV/DVD/CD/VCD players.
According to Rajeev Rohatgi, Product Manager-Entertainment Electronics, “Capitalising on the buoyant market response for its subwoofer range, Intex wishes to make its mark in the rapidly expanding home theatre market also. Fueled by increasing base of young population, rising disposable incomes, higher rates of consumer spends and booming retail sector, the market has high potential. We aim to create a niche for ourselves amongst the value & quality conscious buyers. As usual, the new products are supported by Intex’s network of 52 service centres across the country.”