Premium LG Soundbar (S95QR) shown off in anticipation of CES 2022

The LG Soundbar S95QR

LG has unveiled its latest LG Soundbar which carries the model number S95QR. The firm said this new LG Soundbar will spearhead the line-up of audio products that it plans to show off at CES 2022 in January. The new Soundbar is being pitched as the perfect choice for avid movie fans as it makes Dolby Atmos and DTS:X content more immersive and even supports three-dimensional audio when watching compatible content.

In addition to boosting the impressiveness of films, LG says that the variable refresh rate and auto low latency mode help to bring the audio and on-screen visuals into “perfect sync”. As for those who want to utilise the LG Soundbar for music, the device supports high-quality music streaming services.

Explaining some of the smart functionality, LG said:

“What’s more, LG S95QR offers an intuitive user experience when working with to Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and other AI assistants. Via smart devices, owners can effortlessly control streaming music, adjust volume and change sound modes and control streaming music, using only their voice. And now with the LG WOWCAST Wi-Fi audio dongle, listeners can enjoy lossless multi-channel audio without the hassle of running an unsightly cable to the TV.”

Finally, the LG Soundbar has been designed to be more carbon-friendly with emissions being reduced throughout the manufacturing process. The product ships in a 100% paper package and the outer casing is made using recycled plastic resin. Additionally, LG has used a composite fibre material that’s lighter so the shipment is less carbon-intensive.

For more details on the pricing, you’ll have to wait until CES. The firm will have a virtual booth at CES 2022 due to the pandemic.

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