Earlier this year, LG introduced a range of new high-end TVs, including the "art-inspired" GX Gallery family, a minimalist series of TVs. Today, the company has announced the GX soundbar, meant to complement the GX Gallery TVs perfectly, specifically the 65-inch model.
At 144.6cm, the soundbar is exactly as wide the the 65-inch GX Gallery TV, so you can attach it under the TV for a cleaner look. It also features a similar finish to that of the TV. The soundbar is also 15cm tall and 3.25cm deep.
In the technical department, the GX soundbar supports both DTS:X and Dolby Atmos technologies for surround sound. Additionally, support for enhanced audio return channel (eARC) enables features like Dolby True HD and DTS Master Audio. The soundbar is also certified for Hi-Res Audio with 24-bit/96KHz lossless playback support.
There's Bluetooth support if you want to play music from a phone or other device to the soundbar. Plus, when using it with a TV, you can connect video devices to the soundbar instead of the TV, and it supports 4K video passthrough with Dolby Vision support.
The new GX soundbar is rolling out this month in markets around the world, including Europe, North America and Asia. Pricing details weren't revealed, however.