LG has announced its entire 2013 home theater line in advance of CES, including modest updates to its sound bars, Blu-ray players, HTIBs, and Bluetooth speakers.
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Sony has announced two midrange Blu-ray HTIBs, with the BDV-E280 offering up two HDMI inputs for only $400.
Sony has announced its new flagship Blu-ray HTIB, the BDV-E780W, featuring two HDMI inputs, wireless rear speakers and a sleeker design.
Samsung has announced its new flagship Blu-ray HTIB, which has two HDMI inputs, wireless rear speakers, and built-in Wi-Fi.
Samsung's newly announced HT-D7100 fits an entire Blu-ray home theater system into a single large cube enclosure.
LG has announced its new Blu-ray home-theater-in-a-box lineup, with a couple system featuring the Smart TV platform available on the company's Blu-ray players and TVs.
LG announced its flagship Blu-ray home-theater-in-a-box system at CES 2011, the LHB976, which features two HDMI inputs, built-in Wi-Fi, and wireless rear speakers.
It wasn't that long ago that HTIBs were the best way to buy a home theater audio system on the cheap, but sound bars are now a more popular option.
Yamaha has introduced a new home-theater-in-a-box system, the YHT-494, which includes a sound bar, component-size AV receiver, a subwoofer, and two surround speakers for just $550.