Continuing its tradition of doing multiple advertisements before CESLG teased its 2023 speaker lineup ahead of the big event. The SC9, SE6 models and DTSX:X will all be on display at the show. LG has provided details on some of the key features that each of its speakers will include, although there aren’t many details at the moment.
First, the company states that the SC9/SE6 will include the Wow Orchestra. This is an instrument that “uses both the two products’ audio channel to create an expanded sound spectrum with enhanced height, depth and power.” We will only be able to hear them in action after this vague description, but LG has made clear that the feature will be available via a software upgrade. Both speakers will connect wirelessly to LG TVs via WiFi using Wowcast. Once they are synced, you will be able to access the audio settings from the Home Dashboard on these screens (also coming via an update).
The Triple Sound Enhancer feature “boosts” the performance of the SC9/SE6 while Smart Up-mixer converts stereo sounds into multichannel surround sound. LG’s AI Room Calibration adjusts each speaker to the location it is placed, optimizing low-frequency range and front channel segmentation for better balance, clearer sound, and better dialogue. The SC9 and SE6 also have an AI Sound Pro feature that can analyze content — movies, sports, or music — and automatically apply the best settings.
LG claims the SC9, SE6 were designed to blend well with a wide range of home furnishings. LG’s 2022- and 2023-OLED C TVs are equipped with the SC9 chip to reduce clutter. LG hasn’t provided much information about the differences between these units except for the fact that the SE6 works well in smaller spaces because of its smaller footprint. The soundbar’s smaller dimensions mean that it still contains four passive radiators to provide “powerful bass,” LG says. Dolby atmos support is also still available.
The company did not specify whether either one of the speakers would come with a subwoofer, or additional speakers that can be used with surround sound systems. We expect all the details and information about connectivity and availability to be revealed when we get to Las Vegas next Wednesday.
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