Samsung rounds out its 2020 soundbar range
Unveiled at CES 2020 again in January, Samsung’s 2020 premium soundbar range is lastly full because of the arrival of its HW-Q950T and HW-Q900T soundbars, which is able to go on sale from mid-July.
Adopting the identical naming scheme as Samsung’s flagship 2020 QLED TV range, each soundbars provide Dolby Atmos and DTS:X support for multi-dimensional, object-based audio, together with eARC help, which permits each audio formats to pass through televisions equipped with the HDMI 2.1 specification.
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Of the 2 models introduced, the Q950T is absolutely the standout, offering 9.1.4-channel audio because of the inclusion of two rear up-firing wireless speakers, together with additional left and proper extensive channel speakers within the soundbar itself.
In the meantime, the Q900T offers a more traditional soundbar expertise, boasting a 7.1.2 channel system. Each models include a wireless subwoofer for room-shaking low-frequency results. Moreover, each models provide SmartThings and Alexa voice control, which means users can control the likes Amazon Music, Spotify, and different services by vocal command alone.
Whereas pricing and availability data has yet to be offered for the US and UK territories, Australian pricing has been set to AU$2,099 (around $1,467 / £1,161) and AU$1,599 (around $1,117 / £885). We’ll replace you as quickly as these particulars grow to be accessible