TCL Intros New Dolby Atmos Sound Bars

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TCL has announced the expansion of its Q Class and S Class sound bar lineup. The new sound bars are designed to enhance home theater setups with the addition of Dolby Atmos technology across all full-feature models. The Q Class sound bars incorporate Ray-Danz technology to provide a wide and enveloping sound field, while the S Class models aim to offer straightforward enhancement to home entertainment systems.

The S Class sound bars come in 2.0 and 2.1 channel configurations and feature Auto Room Calibration, TV as Center Channel Mode, and DTS Virtual:X. The Q Class sound bars are available in 5.1.2 and 7.1.4 channel configurations. These models include a range of audio enhancements such as built-in tweeters, center channel speakers, side surround speakers, up-firing Atmos speakers, and Ray-Danz acoustic wave-guide reflectors.

Chris Hamdorf, Executive Vice President of TCL, highlighted the company’s extensive experience in audio product development and the research and development invested in the new sound bars. The Q Class Q75H model, and the Q85H model are expected to be available this summer. Scott Ramirez, VP of Product Marketing and Development at TCL, emphasized the seamless integration of these sound bars with the new 2024 TCL TVs.

For more information, visit TCL’s website here.

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