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Philips HTS9800 Home Theater System

Philips HTS9800 Home Theater System

If you've been looking for a stylish, semi-wireless home theater system to match that shiny new plasma or LCD HDTV you just got, look no further. The Philips HTS9800 Home Theater System ($900) provides HDMI connectivity, along with 6.1 Dolby Digital Ex surround sound via three wired front speakers and three wireless rear speakers featuring neodymium ribbon tweeters, and a dedicated sub. The looks will draw you in, but the sound is what will make you stay.

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