Genius system rocks Gitex

Genius computer Technology (GCT) has unveiled its new GHT-510 system to Gitex visitors, a powerful hi-fi 5.1-channel surround sound theatre with speaker cabinets fashioned from wood.

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By  Justin Etheridge Published  October 20, 2003

Genius computer Technology (GCT) has unveiled its new GHT-510 system to Gitex visitors, a powerful hi-fi 5.1-channel surround sound theatre.

Built to deliver the complete home theatre experience, it can deliver a monster 5500W PMPO and consists of a subwoofer, four satellite speakers, centre speaker and cordless remote control.

The audio output of 200W RMS brings intense special effects to life and the 100W RMS (3000W PMPO) 8" wood subwoofer provides you with a rich bass performance no matter what the size or design of your TV.

“With the speaker cabinets made of pure wood, this system makes you hear sound even more precisely,” argues Jihad Youssef, director of sales & marketing, GCT.

“Plus, it adds authentic 5.1 audio channels to DVD players and is easy to set up with colourful coded connections. So, if you are looking for a high quality home theatre system, seize the power of a Genius home theatre system to experience the realistic audio express sounds. It’s almost like having your own movie theatre right in your home,” he adds.

“KYE has once again demonstrated its knowledge of market trends and introduced an innovative product answering the needs of the corporate executive of today,” continues Youssef.

On show at Gitex 2003, the GHT-510 is available through all of Genius’ authorized channel partners throughout the Middle East, Africa and CIS countries.

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