Samsung’s New S-Series Range of Soundbars Look Interesting


INTRO: Apart from manufacturing high-end mobile devices and flagship smartphones, Samsung is also a big name in the home electronics market. The company has its own range of TVs, a rumored home speaker, and other home audio solutions. So now, Samsung recently announced a replacement “S-Series” in their home soundbar line-up.

Samsung S-Series Soundbar 

The Korea-based tech giant recently announced two new soundbars for home entertainment under a newly launched range. The S60T and therefore the S61T are the primary two products under the new S-Series line-up of soundbars. According to Samsung, the new S-Series soundbars “look as impressive as they sound,”. Now, the S60T and therefore the S61T is quite sleek, design-wise, and have the potential to offer your room an aesthetic look. Both the devices are designed and fine-tuned by the researchers at the Samsung Audio Lab to offer an immersive experience of flicks, TV shows, or anything that you simply like to watch.

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High-End Audio & Dual Sided Horn Speakers 

Both soundbars also are designed to supply high-end audio for taking note of music. So there’s a “Music Mode” which will enable you to attach the speakers with mobile devices and once the music starts playing, the speakers will automatically adjust the sound according to the music being played. Now, the sound comes out of an appointment of a dual-sided horn speaker alongside the company’s very own Samsung Acoustic Beam tech.

There is also support for Amazon Alexa on both the S60T and therefore the S61T. So, users can easily control the speakers with their voices and ask Alexa to hold out digital tasks. Moreover, the speakers support music streaming platforms like TuneIn, Spotify, and Deezer.

The Samsung S60T and therefore the S61T are available to shop for on Samsung’s UK website. Both are priced at £399 (~Rs 33,500). However, there’s no word if Samsung plans to launch these in India.

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