Samsung have always been ahead of the game when it comes to building soundbars that combine style and performance. With last week’s announcement of the new S-Series, the company looks set to take things even further by offering an unparalleled audio experience that is as easy on the eye as it is on the ear.
Introducing the S60T and S61T
With two new models, the S60T and the S61T on sale now, Samsung looks certain to win itself a whole host of new admirers. Both soundbars are expertly tuned by Samsung’s engineers in order to provide rich and textured sound that will fill any room in which they are placed. Both models employ dual sided horn speakers and Samsung’s exclusive Acoustic Beam technology to provide an incredibly immersive experience. Developed in Samsung’s Californian Audio Labs, Acoustic Beam technology is an audio revolution. By funnelling sound through a pipe and allowing it to escape through a series of individual holes, Acoustic Beam technology offers unparalleled control in the direction of sound, creating truly panoramic audio.
Perhaps the most innovative feature of the S60T and the S61T is the introduction of the Adaptive Sound function. This is such a huge leap forward in terms of your audio experience that you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it. The new soundbar will analyse the audio of whatever you are watching in real time and adjust the sound for maximum clarity. For example, quieter voices will be amplified to make sure that you don’t miss important dialogue, allowing you to get the most from your favourite movies and TV shows.
Other impressive features
Because this is Samsung, it should come as no surprise that these soundbars look as good as they sound. Both speakers are beautifully wrapped in contemporary Kvadrat textiles, making them a perfect addition to any home. With dozens of other features including a built in Amazon Alexa, easy mobile connectivity, and the SmartThings app which allows you to link to Spotify or Deezer without draining your mobile’s battery, this is yet another example of Samsung raising the (sound)bar for home electronics.