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Epson Ensemble HD Home Cinema Systems

Epson Ensemble HD Home Cinema Systems

Forget those home-theater-in-a-box systems at your local big-box retailer: this is a real home theater in a box. Epson's new Ensemble Home Cinema Systems ($5,000 - $7,000) include everything you need for a real theater experience at home, including a 100-inch motorized screen, an Epson PowerLite 3LCD projector with either 720p or 1080p resolution, an Atlantic Technology speaker system with a 150-watt sub, an A/V controller with HDMI handling and an upconverting DVD player, and a universal remote. Popcorn not included. [via]

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