Colonial Heights, VA (PRWEB) June 26, 2006
FirstSTREET, a Top 300 Internet Retailer and catalog company, has announced the launch of a new consumer category on its website (http://www.firststreetonline.com) to enhance the television viewing of its customers.
Better TV is a category that offers solutions to those with hearing and vision problems, as well as customers seeking an affordable “Big TV” experience. Seeking to build on the success of such products as “TV Ears” and “TV Eyes”, the company has introduced additional products that make watching television better.
One such product is the “TV Volume Regulator” which keeps its customer’s TV at a consistent sound level; so no matter what's going on onscreen, they will always hear the same volume level. Due to the constant fluctuations in sound between TV programs and commercials, most people adjust their TV's volume up to 8 times per hour. The TV Volume Regulator allows users to avoid this annoyance and enhance their TV viewing experience.
FirstSTREET also features two home theater systems from Epson; the Moviemate™ 25 and the Epson Home 20 Home Theatre System. The MovieMate combines a 3-LCD projector and a JVC DVD/CD Player and sound system in one box. The Home 20 uses the latest Epson 3LCD™ engine technology to achieve the resolutions and sharp detail of popular Plasma screens. Both are affordably priced alternatives to HDTV.
One of the more interesting products showcased in this category is the XL Outdoor Home Theater Kit. The SIMA system starts with an 8-foot (diagonal) screen that has been incorporated into an inflatable body that takes about four minutes to inflate (with included pump) and is secured by nylon ties and stakes. Two weatherized 100 watt 8-inch amplified speakers provide enough volume to totally immerse a city block.
FirstSTREET rounds out this category with offerings that include LED TV/Computer Monitors surround sound systems and DVD players. According to Daniel Yonts, firstSTREET’s Manager of Internet Marketing, “Better TV is geared toward providing solutions that make the TV viewing experience more enjoyable for our customers, who are primarily boomers and early adopters.”