Look familiar? Just right after we pouted about waiting for the grand daddy of home theater console pieces in a previous post about the GenevaSound that we first saw at ICFF earlier this year, George Emerson of Geneva sent us this update: the GenevaSound Home Theater is now available. Details below...
GenevaSound Home Theater has wide, deep 2.1 surround with its patented EmbracingSound DSP. There's a powerful, all-digital 700-Watt amplifier and seven speakers, with a 12-inch subwoofer, for startling film sound effects. Each speaker is individually powered and sealed for accurate, balanced acoustics. There's also a CD player and a radio receiver, and iPod/iPhone dock. As well, there's ample space for components like a cable box, game console, or DVD player. A TV can be placed on the cabinet or wall-mounted.
And it plays well with your iPod or iPhone. With the integrated dock, you can just drop your iPod or iPhone in and fill the room with sound. The video outputs mean you can also watch your mobile videos on your TV.
The GenevaSound Home Theater is your simple, foolproof link for transitioning between the mobile experience and the full-size home theater experience with your mobile player.
We fell in love (lust) with this cabinet console GenevaSound Home Theater when it was a prototype, as it's one of the few home electronics pieces that not only compliment any flat screen home theater setup with it's aesthetics (they call it "furniture music"), but also offers specs that should please the discriminating audiophile in the home. We'll report back once we get our oily hands all over that piano black finish (it's also available in a
sexy red white finish).