Samsung Has Announced the Launch of Q-Series Soundbars

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  • Samsung has not revealed the pricing and mode of retail for the product
  • The company claims that the sound bars are made in California
  • The Q-series will feature with two product variants
  • The product is said to feature Dolby Atmos and eARC support

Samsung has announced the launch of its new Q-series of soundbars. The Q-series will feature with HW-Q950T and HW-Q900T soundbars. However, the company has not revealed the pricing details and the mode of retail for the product launch. Samsung claims that the soundbars are tuned at the Samsung Audio Lab in Valencia, California.

The HW-Q950T soundbar features with an audio quality of 9.1.4-channel, which is claimed to be the maximum number of channels for the currently available home-theatre system in a single soundbar. The product features with two wireless speakers along with left and right channel speakers that provides a 7.1.4-channel system, allowing the audio output to express the motion on the screen.

Dolby Atmos and eARC support

The company claims that both the soundbars feature with support for Dolby Atmos and it also supports DTS:X from DTS for a multi-dimensional audio technology. The soundbars also include eARC support to that is capable to produce high-quality surround sound like Dolby TrueHD. Samsung informed that users can connect the soundbars to Samsung’s 2020 QLED TVs. Q-symphony activates and plays surround sound from both the TV and soundbar. The product comes with the Tap Sound feature that allows the music from the smartphone to be sent directly to the soundbar.

Physical display of the soundbars

According to the reports, Samsung has reduced the height of both models to 69.5mm from 83mm to fit perfectly with the TV. The soundbars are wrapped in Kvadrat textile, which adds to some premium look and feel. Also, the two new models feature SmartThings app and Alexa voice service, allowing users to command their favourite music streaming services, like Amazon Music, Spotify, TuneIn, and iHeart Radio.

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