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Amsterdam based Philips, is a Dutch MNC specializing in electronic equipment.

Philips’ Home Theatre systems implement the latest in sound technology such as 360Sound and Ambisound to provide the best Home Theatre experience.

The 360Sound technology that powers Philips speakers use side-firing drivers which give something like a three way audio effect dispersing the sound sideways as well as front-on. This coupled with the Ambisound technology impels the sound waves all around the room from a single source and delivers greater audio impact from fewer speakers. Philips combines this with good amplifiers to provide a sensational 9.1 channel system granting several sweet spots in just one room.

Furthermore the Philips very own MyRemote application identifies Philips Blu-ray players, Home Theatres or audio systems connected to your home Wi-Fi network and permit you to control them all with just one single remote, or even through your touch screens.

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Philips Fidelio HTL9100

Philips Fidelio HTL9100 Sound bar system


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Philips Fidelio HTL9100
Philips HTL5120
Philips HTS3564
Philips HSB2313A
Philips HTS3531
Philips Fidelio HTL9100 Sound bar system
Philips HTL5120 Soundbar Speaker
Philips HTS3564/F7 Philips 3D Blu-Ray 5.1 Home Theatre System
Philips HSB2313A Soundbar Home Theater
Philips HTS3531 Theater System
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Release Date
Apr 2013
May 2013
Mar 2013
Jul 2012
Mar 2012
Main Speakers Power Output
210.0 Watts
300.0 Watts
250.0 Watts
Number Of Speakers
5 Speakers and Subwoofer
5 Speakers and Subwoofer
5 Speakers and Subwoofer
1 Sound bar and Subwoofer
5 Speakers and Subwoofer
Remote Control
Yes
Yes
Infrared
Infrared
Subwoofer Power Output
90.0 Watts
166.66 Watts
200.0 Watts
50.0 Watts
Use
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music, Movies

  • Philips' ingenious soundbar is the ideal solution for those who want true surround sound without the clutter. Its wireless speakers, chic design, polished sound and impressive spec justify the price tag.


  • Home cinema quality too often comes with cables galore, so Philips' stab at an all-in-one wireless wonder is a well-timed, even long overdue, innovation. It's so easy to set up it's unreal, while HDMI switching and Bluetooth streaming stretch its appeal.

    Good-looking and easy to live with, the detachable Surround On Demand mode works enough wonders to make this soundbar worth shelling out for, though even in an all-in-one soundbar mode the Philips HTL9100 will add some serious welly to your TV.


  • The Philips HTL5120 is up against some stiff competition in the soundbar sector but stands head and shoulders above similarly-priced rivals thanks largely to its superb sound quality. It demonstrates scale, refinement and low-frequency composure beyond its price tag, making for a hugely satisfying listen. Throw in superb build quality, gorgeous looks, built-in Bluetooth and plentiful connections, and the HTL5120 cements its place as one of the best soundbars in its class.


  • Spend some time in the HTL5120's company and you'll soon realise that it's one of the best soundbars in its class. It reaches levels of refinement and smoothness beyond what you'd expect from a £250 soundbar, but backs it up with power and punch when needed - all of which makes for a thrilling listen, even within the limitations of a stereo soundbar. Couple that with superb build quality, a clever-yet-classy design, plentiful connections and built-in Bluetooth and you have yourself a real bargain.