Bose finally endorses HDMI

The company has finally relented with two new HDMI-enabled products.

Crave Asia

After sidelining this now de facto digital A/V interface for years, Bose has finally relented with two new HDMI-enabled products.

The Lifestyle V20 and V30-series home theater systems feature a hideaway media console outfitted with two HDMI inputs and a single output, Audioholics. Both 5.1-channel kits also perform automatic HD video scaling up to 1080p and are loaded with a DVD player plus its proprietary ADAPTiQ sound calibration system.

The V20 is priced at $1,999, while the higher-end V30 with Jewel Cube speakers is going for $2,999. We are still awaiting confirmation on the products' availability.

(Source: Crave Asia)

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