Soundbars seem to be a great option for houses that want a lot of sound without wanting to spend big on amps and speakers, but the elongated size and extra subwoofer requirement isn’t for everyone. Fortunately, LG is trying a different approach.
Remember that loud sound test that used to appear before every science fiction film? We’ve all seen the THX blip at least once, and now TV lovers with a need for the best can find that certification on a 4K TV.
In its first OLED model, Samsung delivers a cutting-edge visual experience from a single TV that, with its clever Multi-View feature, can also provide two entirely separate and very high quality viewing experiences.
Easy to set up, good sound, and handy streaming entertainment options. Samsung’s HT-9750W satisfies most home theatre demands, and adds pizzazz with funky valves and aluminium speakers.
For some people, speakers are a work of art, and not just in how the technology interprets information and translates it into delicate sound waves, but also in the design of said speakers. Band & Olufsen is one such company that thinks this way, and the Danish brand is back with some new BeoLab products that will make wireless sound more aesthetic than ever before.
LG’s OLED TV is one of the first OLED displays to be launched in Australia, and it demonstrates that not all OLED panels are the same. Indeed, it differs at a fundamental level to the other OLED TV that has also been released.
We’ve seen some pretty decent equipment come out of the labs of Polk Audio in the past when we’ve checked out sound bars, but it appears that its new range of products is targeting more than just better sound for your TV.
Audio enthusiasts are already familiar with the quality on offer from Bose, and this week, three new sound systems are making their way out to stores, bringing with them new speakers and a new form of connectivity.
Wires are so yesterday, and to show that, Logitech is readying a pair of speakers for computers that would prefer to go without them, while still being about to scream their sound for the world to hear.
Some TVs have the ability to upgrade their insides to be faster and better, but not everyone has a Samsung with this feature. For everyone else, this upgrade pack doesn’t exist, though Aussie e-tailer Kogan has a potential fix.