LG is launching its 2019 LG sound bar lineup, featuring the award-winning LG SL9YG and SL10YG. Availability starts the week of April 14th at LG-authorized dealers nationwide for all models, with the exception of the SL9YG, which will follow in May.

Unveiled at CES 2019, LG’s new sound bars are claimed to “deliver superior surround sound quality through a collaboration with Meridian Audio while offering a sleek, harmonious and modern aesthetic that seamlessly matches with the premium design of LG OLED and LG NanoCell TV’s.” Technology from Meridian Audio promises to combine advanced digital signal processing and hardware design to create a sound field with greater height, width, and depth.


LG’s SL9YG Sound Bar

The SL9YG supports both stand and wall mount orientation to support a variety of interior design options. When mounted on the wall, the SL9YG will sense proper orientation and adapt to optimize the sound output. The SL9YG’s Slim Wall-Mountable Design allows for two operational modes: a ‘stand’ mode featureing 4.1.2ch Dolby Atmos with up-firing speakers, and an ‘in-wall mount’ mode, which will automatically adjust to output 4.1.2 ch Dolby Atmos utilizing down-firing speakers.

“Our 2019 sound bars are the most innovative and best sounding models LG has designed to date,” said Tim Alessi, head of home entertainment product marketing at LG Electronics USA. “This combination of exceptional sound and smart AI connectivity takes music and movies to a new level of home entertainment.”

For more information on LG’s 2019 sound bars, go to https://www.lg.com/us/sound-bars.

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