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Samsung releases New Q Series Soundbars for QLED TVs

27 March 2019 2

Samsung Electronics has announced two new Q Series soundbars for QLED TV’s called the HW-Q70R and HW-Q60R. The soundbars come with Samsung Acoustic Beam technology and have a new Adaptive Sound feature.

The new soundbars have been made by a partnership between Samsung Audio Lab and Harman Kardon. Adaptive Sound technology allows both the soundbars to analyze and adjust to ideal sound settings for any given scene. HW-Q70R and HW-Q60R will automatically switch to Adaptive Sound mode when Samsung 2019 QLED TV is connected to them and its AI mode is on. They come with Acoustic Beam technology feature, which uses an array of holes in the speaker to create a more dynamic, and panoramic soundscape.

The Q-Series soundbars are equipped with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X immersive, Bluetooth connectivity, and 360-degree surround sound technology. The HW-Q70R has a slim form factor, with a height of only 2.3 inches (59mm), and features Dolby Atmos and DTS:X technologies that provide a better match with the QLED TV.

Commenting on the new announcements, Jongsuk Chu, Executive Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics stated, “Through Adaptive Sound, which understands the sound and optimizes it according to the scene, listeners can enjoy even more realistic sound for every genre of content. The new Q-Series soundbars carry sound quality that has been revitalized by experts and feature designs that offer an appealing home aesthetic to create a better home theatre experience for our customers”.


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