samsung On World Music Day, we have officially launched a new range of soundbars with Dolby Atmos support. The new range is a wireless soundbar series and the company claims that it features the world’s first built-in wireless Samsung TV-to-soundbar Dolby Atmos connection. Apart from this, Samsung has also launched another series which is claimed to be the thinnest soundbar series which is 60 percent thinner than the traditional soundbar.
samsung q series soundbar
The Samsung Q series of soundbars stands for Samsung Neo QLED and QLED devices. The soundbar uses a Wi-Fi connection and has been tuned by Dolby Atmos to deliver smooth and immersive sound. The soundbar also features Samsung’s Q-Symphony support which allows the soundbar to integrate with supported TV’s speakers to offer three-dimensional sound.
The Q series includes the Q990B, Q930B, Q800B, Q700B and Q600B. The Q990B is an 11.1.4 channel flagship soundbar that supports Dolby Atomos and dtsX audio. On the other hand, the Q930B is a 9.1.4 channel soundbar. Both have a metal design and offer immersive sound. Both of these soundbars are better for larger rooms.
The Q800B is a 5.1.2 channel speaker, and the Q700B is a 3.1.2 channel speaker. The latter has Alexa and Google Assistant support. The Q600B series features a native soundbar with support for HDMI eARC connections along with Q-Symphony Gen II support.
Q Series starts at Rs. 31,990.
samsung s series soundbar
The S series of soundbars includes the S801B and S61B models. The previous model comes in an ultra-slim design and has support for Alexa, built-in wireless Dolby Atmos and DTS Virtual:X. This is a 3.1.2 channel soundbar.
The S61B is a 5.0 channel soundbar that supports Dolby Atmos, DTS Virtual:X and has Alexa and Airplay 2 support for iOS devices.
The S series starts at Rs. 24,990.
The Q and S series will be available for purchase from June 21 at Samsung stores in India, including both online and offline stores. The soundbar can also be purchased from Amazon on Flipkart in India.
The first appeared on BGR India after Samsung launched the Q and S series of wireless soundbars with Dolby Atmos support in India.