LG HX906TX Cinema 3D Sound HTS boasts a ‘True 360-degree’ sound
LG Electronics’ HX906TX CINEMA 3D Sound Home Theater System boasts a 9.1 speaker setup that creates the closest thing to the audio power of movie theaters or live concerts. LG claims it’s in part due to the innovative new sound configuration, thus delivering a “truly 360-degree” sound that surrounds its viewers in audio like never before.
The driving force behind the HX906TX’s sound is its 9.1 speaker system, which adds four Upright 3D Speakers to the conventional 5.1 channels on a home theater system. With 10 speakers in total delivering an optimized, multi-directional audio, the HX906TX promises to create an immerse sound that is powerful enough to capture the intricacies of everyday life. The four Upright 3D Speakers sit on top of the Tallboy speaker units, making sure that the vertical space is completely filled with sound. A 360-degree Reflector is included inside each of the Upright 3D Speakers to reflect sound for better acoustics.
LG uses its unique 3D effect DSP algorithm called Sound Field Expansion to aid in its goal to create a truly immersive, 360-degree sound experience. The result is supposed to give a more detailed and realistic 3D Sound audio. The HX906TX also boasts of other features such as 3D Blu-ray Playback, Smart TV functions and Wi-Fi Direct. One other cool feature is that the users can download an app to turn their Android or iPhone smartphone into a remote control for the HX906TX.
Multi-playback lets the HX906TX support a wide range of media formats, including MKV and DivX HD. Music ID by Gracenote provides simultaneous information including artist, song and album titles. An iPhone/iPod cradle is included to let users enjoy their own personal music libraries via the HX906TX’s digital sound.
The LG HX906TX’s MRP price is Rs.59,990 and is available at all major retail outlets.
Salman Ravoof is a freelance writer, a mechanical engineer and an avid science and technology enthusiast. He likes creativity and is a great fan of fantasy and sci-fi genre. When not busy, he revels in experimenting and spends most of his time pondering about the existence of reality.
2 January, 2013