BenQ Produces World’s First Flat TV with Home Theater Quality Audio Powered by D2Audio’s Intelligent Digital Amplifiers
D2Audio, the world’s only manufacturer of intelligent digital amplifiers, today announced that BenQ, one of the world’s top producers of digital displays, is producing LCD TVs with home theater quality audio, powered by D2Audio(R) Intelligent Digital Amplifiers(TM) with D2Audio(R) SoundSuite(TM) premium sound.
“While televisions are traditionally not known for their sound quality, BenQ had the foresight to put the Home Theater audio experience inside the television, taking the trend of convergence to its highest level yet,” said Brian Wong, CEO and president of D2Audio. “D2Audio is honored to work with BenQ to achieve this landmark distinction and to have BenQ as a customer.”
“BenQ’s LCD HDTVs now have stunning sound quality, comparable to high end home theater systems from D2Audio’s intelligent digital amplifiers,” said Peter Chen, vice president and general manager of BenQ’s Consumer Electronics Business Group. “With D2Audio’s SoundSuite premium sound, BenQ has raised the bar on audio quality for the entire television industry.”
BenQ HDTVs with home theater quality audio are easily identified by the D2Audio SoundSuite logo on the front of the television.
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