Samsung’s 2022 soundbars can deliver Dolby Atmos sound wirelessly

At CES 2022, Samsung unveiled its 2022 soundbar lineup, with its new MicroLED, Neo QLED, and lifestyle TVs. Dolby Atmos is being adapted by the industry at a pretty good rate both on the consumer and developer sides. You can easily get a soundbar with Dolby Atmos support without blowing a hole in your pocket. Although there’s always been an issue with Atmos speakers. It requires a wired connection from your TV or input device. Therefore, Samsung has showcased a solution of getting rid of all those wires. Wireless Dolby Atmos is available on some soundbars in the company’s new series, allowing Dolby Atmos to work on both the soundbar and the TV without the need for a wired connection. This means that owners of a QN80B soundbar or higher will be able to enjoy immersive Dolby Atmos sound without having to be the witness of messy HDMI cables connecting their TV and soundbar.

Despite its compact form, the HW-S800B Ultra Slim Soundbar from the Korean tech giant claims to deliver deep bass (1.6-inch). The passive radiator inside the soundbar, combines with the tiny subwoofer to provide more detailed bass. Top-firing speakers for overhead audio effects (Dolby Atmos) are also included in the new soundbar.

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Below this model is the HW-Q930B, which is similarly a multi speaker system, but lacks the side-firing drivers, making it a 9.1.4 system. According to reports, Samsung is also updating the drivers for many of the other Q models. “The function of the screen has changed considerably in recent years with improvements in technology and how entertainment is distributed,” said Simon Sung, Executive Vice President and Head of the Sales & Marketing Team of Samsung’s Visual Display Business. “With our new product range, we’re offering clients a fully immersive video and audio experience that can be tailored to their specific demands. Samsung boasts cutting-edge solutions that can enrich any area, whether you are a movie buff, TV lover, gamer, or even an art enthusiast.”

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These new soundbars will be available in the coming months, along with Samsung’s smart TV Lineup for 2022.

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