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Hi-Fi

A reproduction of a sound or image of such high quality that it imitates the real thing. The term is short for "high fidelity."
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About Carolina Home Theater - Carolina Home Theater is a locally owned company specializing in Charleston area residential and commercial home automation, custom home theater, electronics, and audio & video equipment.
The home theater setup also features a wireless keyboard, and Gatton and his team added a Philips 9800i remote control with touch screen remote and wireless capabilities.
And while electronics chain stores advertise components to assemble-it-yourselfers, most home theaters are ``sold'' by word of mouth, said Randy Wilson, president of Wilson Home Theater Systems in Woodland Hills.
To help drive the sale at mass merchants, Emerson is constructing a freestanding home theater display for WalMart and other retailers that will serve as a demo unit for Emerson's home theater in a box.
1 channel home theater system with new surround sound technologies, a wideband amp and super tweeter speakers for warmer, more natural sound (model HT-D6730W);
The complete HT Mart Home Theater App List can be accessed on the company's web site at: http://www.
A home theater is basically a stereo large-screen color television (25 inches or larger), a receiver with surround-sound capabilities, four or more speakers and a hi-fi VCR, laser-disc or DVD player.
Home theater packages containing three TV- or VCR-ready speakers for surround stereo can be had for as little as $70.
The public finally is defining what it wants in home theater, and it's different from what manufacturers have been touting.
According to Roth, Destination Home Theater is more than just a DVD and encompasses a whole conceptual approach in home theater.
Loud and Clear Home Theater Solutions' solid reputation, attention to detail, commitment to quality and firm belief in customer satisfaction is what gives them a competitive edge over similar companies in the home theater market.
In the case of the EIA/CEG survey, only about half the people who believe they have a home theater actually do--based on the EIA's definition of home theater as including a large screen color TV, A/V receiver with surround sound capability, hi-fi stereo VCR, laser disc player and four or more speakers.