Q Acoustics has introduced a new ultra-discreet amplified 2.1 channel stereo loudspeaker system called Q-TV2. The latest launch from Armour Home brand Q Acoustics is said to enable significant improvements to the sound heard from modern flatscreen televisions.
The new system is also said to make a "huge difference" to the sound from DVDs, CDs, digital radio stations and computer games. iPod/MP3 players can also be hooked up to Q-TV2.
Incorporating eight advanced 'BMR' (Balanced Mode Radiator) loudspeaker drive units - two in each satellite and four in the subwoofer - Q-TV2 will be available from authorised stockists in September.
Noting the poor sound quality delivered by many modern large flatscreen TVs, Q Acoustics category manager Tony Jones described Q-TV2 as "the perfect solution to this problem. It delivers a massive improvement over the TV's own sound, yet is so discreet we can reasonably describe it as 'almost invisible'. All owners will see is an extremely slim, very stylish satellite speaker peeping out from either side of their TV. Importantly, what they absolutely won't see are any wires, or what is probably the world's slimmest subwoofer at only 38mm deep. The latter contains 100 watts of amplification, plus the control electronics, and attaches completely out of sight to the standard VESA sockets found on the back of every television."