Polk Audio has unveiled its first Dolby Atmos soundbar. The Signa S4 has seven motorists( including two upward-facing operators) geared toward delivering 3D audio for movies, TV, music and recreations. A wireless subwoofer is wrap in.
The company says that if content isn’t set up for Dolby Atmos, the soundbar can create a “virtual Atmos experience” by upmixing the height, surround and centre directs. In add-on, the Signa S4 harnesses Polk’s VoiceAdjust technology, the goals and targets of which is to stir dialogue more intelligible during noisy backgrounds and when watching something at a lower volume.
You can arrange the subwoofer anywhere in the apartment, as long as it’s within 33 paws of the soundbar. The two manoeuvres will pair automatically. A Bass Adjust feature will tweak the low-end sets on both the soundbar and subwoofer. There are one-button presets designed for movie and music playback. There’s also a nighttime state that lowers the bass and arranges more emphasis on dialogue.
You can connect the Signa S4 to your TV via HDMI, visual cable or even aux-in. The design should be compatible with most modern TV remotes and there’s Bluetooth support too.
The soundbar is available starting today from Polk’s website and other retailers. The Signa S4 wrap, which includes HDMI and visual cables, expenditures $399.
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