LG to debut new sound bars and audio systems at CES 2016
LG Electronics (LG) has announced plans to unveil its newest wireless sound bars and X-Boom systems at CES 2016. The latest additions to the LG Music Flow smart audio system include the SH8, SH7 and SH6 sound bars. LG will also introduce its newest X-Boom audio systems.
"LG's Music Flow audio system offers users greater versatility than ever before thanks to advanced portability and connectivity options that support excellent audio quality any time or place," Brian Kwon, President and CEO at LG's Home Entertainment Company, said in a statement. "The largest consumer electronics tradeshow in the world is the perfect platform for debuting our newest sound bars and X-Boom audio systems."
The SH8 and SH7 sound bars were created with home theaters in mind and come with wireless subwoofers created to provide a rich bass response to compliment the speaker's audio output. The SH6 is comprised of six independent speaker drivers and employs dual bass ports that highlight low frequency tones and eliminates the need for a separate subwoofer.
The sound bars are equipped with support for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, as well as BT-Fi, which automatically switches the connectivity method based on the content source, eliminating the need to manually switch connectivity methods when playing music from different content partners.
The sound bars were created with slim designs and offer one button setup for pairing with additional Music Flow speakers via Wi-Fi. They also include Bluetooth, Google Cast and Auto Music Play capabilities. Access to basic sound bar functions is available directly on LG TV remotes.
LG is also introducing their new Adaptive Sound Control (ASC) feature, which automatically changes the sound settings to suit various content or media types.