Dutch electronics brand Philips is reintroducing a number of products into North American markets in partnership with consumer electronics providers, TPV USA. Among the models available now in both the US and Canada are various over-ear and in-ear headphones, wireless speakers and sound bars for home theater.

“We are delighted to bring Philips’ outstanding sound, design and experience back to North American consumers,” said Kevin Brinkman, head of sales and marketing at TPV USA. “Whether you’re an audiophile looking for high-end designs and premium sound, an active consumer looking for comfort and convenience for an on-the-go lifestyle or a movie enthusiast who wants to create theater quality at home, there’s a Philips product for you.”

The B8905 Soundbar will be available from September for an MSRP of $599.99 USD and $779.99 CAD. Philips claims it can achieve 600W of maximum output power while delivering a “cinematic” 3.1.2 channel soundfield capable of “thunderous effects and crystal-clear dialogue”. Additionally, there are up-firing speakers built in for Dolby Atmos immersive audio, and DTS Play-Fi compatibility for multi-room or surround applications via the Philips Sound or DTS Play-Fi apps.

As well as the H9505 and Fidelio L3 over-ear headphones, plus A7306 in-ear sports headphones, Philips is introducing the W6205 wireless speaker, available now and priced at an MSRP of $199.99 USD and $269.99 CAD. The vertically orientated wireless audio speaker includes a dark grey acoustically transparent cloth wrapping around the main body with a “minimalist” metal top. It includes the DTS Play-Fi app, connectivity via Bluetooth, Chromecast and Apple Airplay 2, and access to music streaming services.

For more information, visit Philips’ Sound or Soundbars pages.

 

 

 

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Dennis Nicholls

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I wish I could buy a newer version of my Philips DVD-963sa, which I purchased in 2003. One never knows how long it will last. It's an audiophile level SACD player with 6 analog outputs on the back, but regular DVDs only.
 

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yup...
Philips got the eyes sensory experience of consumer covered, the ears sensory thirst fed, however, one key element in whole entertainment, media source not given... i‘m still waiting for a player that could be a threat to Panasonic and Sony!