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Mitsubishi LCD monitor with built-in 5.1 surround sound
Photo: Company [Jul 2, 2008]

Mitsubishi has introduced a new line of LCD displays, dubbed the 149 Series, that replace the standard stereo speakers of most TVs with 'a 16-point audio system, much like speaker bars, that can generate a 5.1-channel surround effect without occupying the physical space.'

The first two TVs to use this new system, called the integrated Sound Projector, are the 46-inch LT46149 and 52-inch LT-52149 and can utilize the system to 'optimize the sound field for a certain room size and sweet spot to more convincingly generate audio.'

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