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Samsung Q Series Soundbar: HW-Q60R and HW-Q70R With Dolby Atmos, AI, Acoustic Beam Technology

Samsung HW-Q70R

Samsung has announced two new models of its Q Series soundbars including Samsung HW-Q60R and HW-Q70R, bringing many high-end technologies to the mid-range segment. Most notable is new Adaptive Sound, which uses AI intelligence to analyze streaming content on the TV, and automatically fine-tune the sound for best listening. With this technology, the Samsung Q Series will give a lively …

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Panasonic introduced GZ2000 4K OLED TV With Dolby Atmos Speakers, Dolby Vision, and HDR10+

Panasonic GZ2000 4K OLED TV

Panasonic introduced their new flagship TV called GZ2000 4K OLED TV at CES 2019. This 4K TV screen uses a “professional edition” panel and is calibrated by expert Stefan Sonnenfeld. Panasonic GZ2000 4K OLED TV has been tuned to perfection by Stefan Sonnenfeld, a color expert who has worked with Hollywood blockbusters like “300”, “Alice in Wonderland”, “Star Trek” and …

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Sony UBP-X800M2 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray player with Dolby Vision Launched at CES 2019

Sony UBP-X800M2 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray player

Sony announced the UBP-X800M2 4K Ultra-HD Blu-ray player. The new model has been presented at CES 2019, is substantially an improved version of the X800 was released back in 2017. The design is now Sony’s classic, squared lines, rather compact dimensions and a shiny plastic strip that runs along the front side. The reading mechanics can play Ultra HD Blu-ray, …

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Sony SF200, XF9000 and ZF9 Soundbars with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X at CES 2018

sony zf9

Sony has introduced three new soundbars at CES 2018. The announced models are the compact HT-SF200, the HT-XF9000 and HT-ZF9 with DTS and Dolby Atmos:X. Let’s start with the higher end product – the Sony ZF9 reproduces the audio tracks to objects through the Vertical Surround Engine, a system that recreates an enveloping sound starting from a much simpler configuration. …

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2018 LG OLED TV: Ultra HD HDR with Dolby Atmos output and 4K HFR

2018 lg oled tv

LG has released the first details for its new 2018 OLED TV lineup. There will be four series announced at CES 2018 including B8, C8, E8, and W8. So we are not talking about 88″ 8K TV that will be present at the event, which as of now almost in prototype form. 2018 LG OLED TV Lineup B8 55″ 65″ …

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Rise of The Tomb Raider: Xbox One X Enhancements, 4K, HDR, Dolby Atmos

Rise of The Tomb Raider Xbox One X

Rise of The Tomb Raider is ready to take brutal advantage of the Xbox One X enhancements, so all new console owners can download the patch free of charge, which improves the technical department with a 4K native resolution, supporting HDR and Dolby Atmos. Xbox One X players can choose from one of three visual modes: Native 4K (full 3840 …

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LG shows the SJ9 Soundbar Video with Dolby Atmos

lg sj9 Soundbar Video

LG shows SJ9 Soundbar video. For the Korean manufacturer, this is the first model designed to handle a Dolby Atmos configuration. We are talking about the 5.1.2 system with an integrated two speakers at the top of the soundbar that use the roof to reflect sound in the direction of the viewer. The subwoofer is external and wireless. The LG …

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Plantronics Announces Three Gaming Headphones with Dolby Atmos

Plantronics RIG 800LX

Plantronics has announced a range of gaming headphones with Dolby Atmos audio technology – RIG 400LX, RIG 600LX, and RIG 800 LX. All three Plantronics gaming headphones have been developed for use Dolby Atmos for Headphones on Xbox One, Xbox One S, Project Scorpio and PC with Windows 10. Dolby Atmos gives gamers the full positional data of their surroundings …

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Yamaha YAS-207 Soundbar with DTS Virtual:X Announced

Yamaha YAS-207

Yamaha announced the YAS-207 Soundbar, a model with 2.1 channels. The central body measuring 930 x 60 x 108 mm and is accompanied by an 180 x 437 x 401 mm wireless subwoofer. The Yamaha YAS-207 Soundbar features four sub-woofers and two tweeters. The frequency range from 180Hz to 23kHz for sub-woofer and 7.23kHz for tweeters. The subwoofer uses a …

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