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LG brings Xboom speakers range with party-oriented features at CES

06 January 2019 2

LG has already launched something at CES 2019 event and it’s a new range of its speaker products. These are Xboom mini components, and all-in-one units, Xboom Go portable Bluetooth speakers, and Xboom AI ThinQ smart speakers. LG claims that these new products offer robust sound and they are suitable for social gatherings or any parties you’re having.

The lineup comes in different form factors so that you could choose a solution according to our needs, for instance, an outdoor party, a small function at home, or similar for examples.

They support aptX HD codec for lossless hi-resolution audio streaming over Bluetooth and have a Wireless Party link as well that helps in connecting multiple speakers together.

The LG Xboom range comes with features like Karaoke Star, Wireless Party Link, Bluetooth support, party-oriented features like DJ Star, Party Accelerator, Cross Fader, and more. The Cross Fader feature lets you seamlessly mix the songs from two different sources. Another feature which is the Karaoke Star suppresses the vocals on almost any track so that you could enjoy singing with your family.

The premium of them all is the Xboom OL100 which with its 2,000W output delivers high bass performance. LG claims this high-end model offers clearer vocals and more responsive bass, thanks to Meridian Mode which has been developed in collaboration with the experts at British company Meridian Audio. It also offers better portability over the other speakers in the range.

Other speakers of the series include freestyle speakers (models RK7 and RL4) and Go PK speakers. The latter of them produces high-fidelity sound despite their compact size and light-weight. They support aptX HD codec for lossless 24-bit audio when streaming from the latest smartphones such as the LG G7.

The company also brings the Xboom ThinQ AI smart speakers that feature built-in Google Assistant and Meridian mode as well. Furthermore, the new flagship XBOOM mini component (model CL98) boasts a solid output of 3,500W and incorporates a Compression Horn to generate crisper, more detailed audio across higher frequencies.

The price and availability details of these speakers haven’t been disclosed yet.


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