The DP-500 makes digital TV on-demand possible on a standard xDSL-line – and in a quality which is similar to normal DVD.
“The KiSS DP-500 is a breakthrough in the convergence between the PC world and the Hi-Fi world. We are giving users the possibility of streaming TV; either directly from the Internet or from files, stored on a normal home PC,” says Peter Wilmar Christensen, CEO of KiSS Technology.
The DP-500 is built on the same core as the DP-450 – a new DVD-player with DivX support, which was launched in October 2002. The DP-450 was pre-ordered in more than 50,000 units – already before the launch.
At CES KiSS Technology will demonstrate live streaming from a PC to the DP-500 and also launch the new DP-470 which is to be sold from Q2 2003. The DP-470 is a combined receiver and DVD-player with DivX-support. The amplifier is a full-blooded class D amplifier with integrated DTS and Dolby Digital which delivers 6 x 50w. The DP-470 is to be sold at a price of approximately 400 USD + vat.
“We are proud to launch the DP-470, based on cutting-edge technology. In addition we are able to set the price at a very competitive level. Besides the DP-470 is based on very popular Scandinavian design,” says Peter Wilmar Christensen.
For a demonstration, contact Marketing Manager Bo Lustrup at firstname.lastname@example.org or come to our boot at CES – we are in hall S2 at booth 22207.