LG HX906TX CINEMA 3D Sound 9.1 speaker system

LG HX906TX CINEMA 3D Sound 9.1 speaker system

LG Electronics is preparing a new Cinema 3D sound system for the movie lovers with ten speaker configuration, which promises a powerful and “truly immersive, 360-degree sound experience.”

LG’s HX906TX 9.1 speaker system features four Upright 3D Speakers with a 360-degree Reflector inside for sound in all directions. Thy system also incorporates LG’s 3D effect DSP algorithm and Sound Field Expansion technology for richer and immersive sound field. It supports 3D Blu-ray Playback in full HD resolution with 12-bit, 4,096-step gradation, as well as wide range of media formats, also can access and share any content on DLNA-certified digital devices, and is equipped with an iPhone/iPod cradle, allowing you to enjoy your favorite tracks on the system powerful sound. LG also promises Android and iPhone compatible apps which will turn your smartphone into a remote control for the HX906TX.

No information about the price or availability yet.

Source: LG Electronics

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