Samsung’s New Q Series Soundbars Feature Harman Kardon Certification and Smarter Compatibility

Samsung announced today the release of two new Q Series soundbars that feature Samsung Acoustic Beam technology, as well as the new Adaptive Sound feature. Utilizing Adaptive Sound technology, the HW-Q70R and HW-Q60R soundbars can analyze content played on a viewer’s TV and adjust to ideal sound settings for any given scene. Also, the HW-Q70R and HW-Q60R will automatically switch to Adaptive Sound mode when Samsung 2019 QLED TV is connected and its AI mode in on.

The Samsung HW-Q70R and HW-Q60R also offer Samsung’s proprietary Acoustic Beam technology feature. Acoustic Beam technology uses an array of holes in the speaker to create a more dynamic, panoramic soundscape. These features will fill every corner of the room through a wide soundscape with full sound. As part of Samsung Audio Lab and Harman Kardon collaboration, the HW-Q70R and HW-Q60R soundbars are smarter than ever, offering an immersive surround sound experience for home theaters.

The Q-Series soundbars also feature Bluetooth connectivity, allowing users to easily enjoy high-quality music from their smartphones. The Samsung HW-Q70R soundbar is equipped with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X immersive, 360-degree surround sound technology, which previously was only available in high-end Samsung soundbar models. Consumers can now enjoy an immersive home entertainment experience, with room-filling sound and overhead audio effects.

Along with the Dolby Atmos and DTS:X technologies, the HW-Q70R has a slim form factor, with a height of only 2.3 inch (59mm), which provides a better match with the QLED TV. Samsung’s new soundbars will be available in April.

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