A bunch of audio systems will be surfacing at this year’s CES and one of them is the Samsung’s new groundbreaking Soundbar – the HW-K950, which features Dolby Atmos technology. HW-K950 is the first of its kind, and the company’s first audio package to include a pair of Atmos-enabled wireless speakers.
Samsung’s New Soundbar Offers Ultimate Dolby Atmos Experience
The 5.14 channel system delivers immersive sound that is huge enough to fill your room without either consuming your room’s space or making you hunt down some add-ons. It packs three forward-facing and two upwards-facing speakers that connect each unit wirelessly, for a practical and seamless solution in any living room. You don’t need a vertical setup to experience moving 3D audio.
“Dolby Atmos has received overwhelming support from major studios and continues to expand into other form factors, including the new Samsung HW-K950 Soundbar, which allows more consumers to bring an unrivaled sound experience into their homes,“ said Doug Darrow, Senior Vice President, Dolby Laboratories. “Consumers can experience sound that comes alive from all directions, including overhead, to fill their home theaters with astonishing clarity, power, detail, and depth.”
The company has added new colors and patterns to the Wireless Audio 360 series (Radiant360). It also employs Ring Radiator technology to fill your room with vibrant, despite the placement of the speakers. With the improved touch interface and new apps, you’ll have greater control over the Gear2 and Gear S, a better Multiroom App for smart devices and home functionality, including audible notifications and home cinema settings.
Samsung hasn’t revealed pricing or ship dates for its new soundbar, however, it will take its place at the top spectrum of the company’s premium offerings.
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