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Wednesday, November 22, 2006
BenQ Introduces New LCD TVs Featuring Premium Surround Sound


BenQ today introduced three new VH-line LCD TVs, the 32-inch VH3243, 37-inch VH3743 and 42-inch VH4243. The TVs are aimed at consumers in search of price and performance, featuring premium surround sound and display enhancing technology.

The VH3242, VH3743 and VH4243 come with built-in SRS TruSurround XT surround sound, which offers a virtual premium surround sound experience from any multi-channel source. SRS TruSurround XT transforms any audio material including mono, stereo or surround encoded content, into breathtaking virtual surround sound.

"Many home entertainment systems are large and cumbersome," expressed Conway Lee, BenQ Digital Media Group General Manager. "Built-in surround sound provides consumers the convenience of having an all-in-one system. It also transforms their living rooms into live concert halls while discretely fitting into the home."

The TVs are BenQ's latest product offerings that feature display enhancing AMVA (Advanced Multi-domain Vertical Alignment) technology. The exclusive technology protects from the effects of low color washout and gives viewers improved image quality, even in oblique angles. AMVA technology also provides a sweeping 178 degree super-wide viewing angle and 1200:1 high contrast ratio.

The VH3242, VH3743 and VH4243 will be available in Taiwan starting in December.


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