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Source: Narhari Electrical Co Ltd
Thursday, March 01, 2018

PURCHASE any of the selected 15 Panasonic products and get into the draw to win $500.

The Panasonic SC-XH105 400W 5.1-channel DVD home theater system provides you with surround sound and crisp, clear audio that would make your favourite television shows and movies even better.

The set includes wall-mountable speakers, a selectable 5.1-channel speaker layout and a subwoofer for a dynamic bass sound.

Features of this Panasonic home theater system include an external HDD USB playback and full 1080p conversion.

When it comes to having the ultimate movie-watching experience at home, nothing is better than the Panasonic SC-XH333 5.1 Smart DVD home theater system. With nine speakers and one subwoofer, this is one home theater system you will want in your living room.

Immersive sound, full HD conversion, bluetooth and NFC that's able to play music and movies through your smartphone, tablet, or computer without having to connect any wires to the SC-XH333.

Thanks to the bluetooth and NFC wireless connection, now you can pair your media devices to the home theater system with just a touch and watch it come alive.

With a total of 1000W power output, you can expect the SC-BTT433 to really dish out mind-blowing, high quality audio levels. Paired with a 3D TV, you could now experience a 3D cinematic experience in the comfort of your own home. Every tiny detail has been noticed and enhanced considerably, ensuring that you are one with the movie.

The Panasonic SC-BTT465 has it all, this home cinema system allows you to watch 2D Blu-ray discs in full high definition and can also playback incredible 3D Blu-rays. High sound quality further boosts the enjoyment of high definition movies and high quality 5.1 channel sound provides robust bass that fills even large listening spaces, and faithful ambience with fine, truly lifelike acoustic nuances.

Panasonic Smart LED TVs provide more than just live streaming or telecast program, they allow discovery of the world at large through its internet browsing capabilities. More and more homes, schools and businesses are enjoying the Panasonic Smart LED TVs.

Whether it is viewing your photos on large screen, immersing yourself in music, surfing the net or watching your favourite movies on YouTube, the Panasonic Smart LED TV allows you to do it with style, colour and surround sound.

The VKX model stereo system has both music and movies and the dynamic sound of a two-way speaker with 20cm woofer and external super 25cm woofer. DVD images are converted to HD and bluetooth and MAX Juke App support adds powerful smartphone music.

The Panasonic PoweLive Max Series stereo systems has the outstanding resonance and ultra-heavy bass of airquake bass, with ultra super woofer, and triple amp, max dance illumination boosts the mood with lighting effects. Stronger smartphone linkage also lets you easily share your favourite tunes, and make Smartphone requests.

For decades Panasonic through Narhari has demonstrated its reliability and durability in Fiji. Narhari shops are located at 1st Floor Harifam Centre, Greig St in Suva, Modyl House, Marks St in Suva, 31 NG Patel St in Nausori, main street in Nadi, Vitogo Pde in Lautoka and Nasekula Rd in Labasa.

You could also visit them at their head office at the corner of Amy and High streets, Toorak in Suva, connect with them on their Facebook page or click on their website

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Code Inward TTs Outward TTs
CAD 0.64290.6239
JPY 52.917249.9172
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EUR 0.40370.3917
NZD 0.69480.6618
AUD 0.64820.6232
USD 0.49830.4813



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