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Monday, October 20, 2003
New high-end amplifier S-Master Pro TA-DA9000ES by Sony


Sony Japan announces the high-end amplifier S-Master Pro TA-DA9000ES. Its eems to be already available in Europe. The 9.1ch Amplifier will go on sale in Nov. 21st for 4700euro.

The Sony TA-DA9000ES drives 10 speakers like in a new Cinema. Compared to a 5.1 channel system the 9.1 system has a center speaker in the back, 2 side speakers and instead of a center front speaker 2 separate speakers. The S-Master Pro has high-end signal processing to provide the best possible sound directly to the speakers. DVD and CD players can be hooked up digitally via i.link digital input terminal.


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