Panasonic says the SC-HC05 and SC-HC55 are equipped with Bluetooth Re-Master circuitry, "which compensates for audio signals that are lost during Bluetooth wireless transmission, thus further enhancing the quality of digital music."
The SC-HC55 sports a motorized, Touch-Free Sensor door that's equipped with a motion sensor, enabling it to open and close by simply passing your hand over it.
Your iPhone or iPod docks inside.
Panasonic trotted out three new Full HD 3D Blu-ray Disc home-theater systems at the show. They all have built-in Wi-Fi, a universal Dock for iPod/iPhone, and Skype compatibility along with 3D Effect Controller.
Tall-boy speakers distinguish the flagship model in the HTIB line.
Also: The top two models in the line feature Viera Connect with Skype, a new feature that allows you to connect with friends and family around the world on any compatible TV. Panasonic notes that when you're not at home, an Auto Answering Video Message answers incoming calls and records video voice mail messages.
Panasonic says the SC-HTB520 supports Stream Out for 3D image signals and Audio Return Channel, making it easy to configure a Full HD 3D home theater system by combining it with a 3D Blu-ray Disc player and 3D Viera TV.
Available in April. No pricing yet.
Designed for fitness enthusiasts, the RP-HSC200 clip earphones are sweat- and water- resistant. They have an in-line remote and microphone that works with iPhones and iPods.
Available in March 2011, they'll carry a suggested retail price of $59.99.