The S95QR, the top model in the new series, has Dolby Atmos, Triple Level spatial sound, IMAX Improved, and an output power of up to 810W. Six wireless rear speaker channels are among its 9.1.5 channel count. The six speakers are height channels, and the subwoofer, speaker driver, and chamber all deliver improved bass output. The soundbar has an AI Room Calibration Pro feature that employs spatial awareness technology to assess the particular qualities of the environment. After that, it adjusts the soundbar’s settings appropriately. Dolby Audio, DTS X, and Meridian Audio Technology are all included in the LG soundbar S95QR, which produces 3D surround sound.
The LG SC9S produces 300W of audio and has a 3.1.3 channel configuration. It is a flagship soundbar that keeps many of the S95QR model’s characteristics. The variable refresh rate (VRR) is also supported (also present in the S95QR). The SC9S and SQ95R both offer the great auto low latency mode (ALLM). The S75Q produces 380W of sound across 3.1.2 channels. It comes equipped with up-firing height channel speakers, DTS X, and Dolby Atmos. A 5.1-channel soundbar with 800W of output is called the SH7Q. The S40Q produces 300W of audio across 2.1 channels.
The 2023 LG soundbars available in India enable HDMI and Dolby Vision 4K/120Hz pass-through (eARC). They also have other features like Bluetooth connectivity. According to pricing, the S40Q model of the 2023 LG soundbars costs Rs 22,990 while the flagship S95QR variant costs Rs 139,990. All of the soundbars, excluding the SH7Q and SC9S variants (available in April 2023), can be bought from the LG website.
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