LG announces 9.1-channel stereo speaker system

LG announces 9.1-channel stereo speaker system

Sound maniacs – rejoice! Soon you will be able to take advantage of an amazing 9.1-channel sound system, courtesy of LG.

The new sound wonder will be unveiled at the upcoming CES 2013 next month and will carry the LG BH9430PW product name. The entire sound solution consists of 14 pieces and comes with an integrated Blu-Ray player, Smart TV functions, NFC and Wi-Fi support and of course the 9.1-channel stereo speakers, which can give out up to 1460 watts of sound power. What’s even better is that thanks to the integrated Wi-Fi users won’t find themselves in cable clutter – the only cables used belong to the subwoofer and the front speakers of the LG BH9430PW. In addition the system comes with an iPod dock and Private Sound Mode – a new function that streams audio directly to your smartphone so that you can watch movies and listen to music while other family members are asleep.

More details will become known next month when the LG officially unveils the BH9430PW at CES 2013. Pricing is also unknown.

Source: Engadget

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