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#ICYMI: LG highlighted its premium soundbar S95QR with up-firing speaker at CES 2022

LG Electronic's newly launched soundbar was front and center at the recently concluded CES 2022.
The LG S95QR

Up-firing center speaker of the LGS95QR is a "world-first"

LG’s full 2022 audio lineup was on display at the CES 2022, giving customers a peek at the quality of audio devices they can expect from the brand this year.

Booth visitors had the chance to see the XBOOM 360, UltraGear Gaming Speaker, and the TONE Free lineup. But, for those in the market for a home entertainment system, the LG S95QR was the real star of the show.

The LG S95QR has an impressive output of 810W and 9.1.5 channels, but what really takes the cake is its up-firing speaker. Claimed by LG to be a world-first, the main soundbar’s center speaker is upward-facing along with 4 other similarly oriented channels – two flanking it and another two fitted in the separate rear speakers.

This allows the audio system to shoot up sound, which then bounces off the ceiling and, in LG’s words, creates a "holistic" "surround sound immersion." Throw in a large subwoofer and you couldn’t ask for a more immersive audio experience than what this audio solution brings to the table.

This high-end audio solution is packed with more technologies to elevate its performance. Customers get to enjoy audio pimped up by Dolby Atmos, DTS:X decoding, AI Room Calibration, as well as Meridian Audio’s Horizon technology in Music Mode.

LG doesn’t want gamers to miss out. They also included a variable refresh rate and auto low latency mode for customers who own gaming consoles, or maybe for those eager enough to hook up their gaming PCs with premium speakers.

Connectivity-wise, the LG S95QR also doesn’t lack in this department. It comes with compatibility with AI assistants such as Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. Customers can also connect via the LG WOWCAST Wi-Fi audio dongle.

The sound system is positioned as a premium audio offering so you can expect all this cutting-edge technology to come with a hefty price tag.

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