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Samsung reveal a new range of S-Series soundbars

Samsung has introduced a new series of soundbars this week that the company claims to be its most stylish range ever. The new S-Series from Samsung includes two new soundbars with the S60T in black and the S61T featuring a slick silver/grey appearance.

Both new Samsung soundbars are all in one AV solutions, engineered and tuned by the Samsung Audio Lab and wrapped in beautiful Kvadrat acoustic material coverings, making them a perfect fit for any interior space. According to Samsung, the S-Series soundbars “look as impressive as they sound,” providing room-filling audio via a dual-sided horn speaker arrangement accompanied by Samsung’s Acoustic Beam technology.

The Samsung S60T and S61T are suitable for projecting all types of audio content, whether it is movies or TV shows, the built-in Adaptive Sound function is able to analyse audio in real-time and boost the voice clarity in quiet scenes so users will hear voices clearly. Other features of the S60T and S61T include Music Mode enabling users to connect with mobile devices and intelligently adjust the audio based on the music being played for a more immersive experience.

S-Series soundbars from Samsung also include Amazon Alexa built-in, meaning users can control the soundbar hands-free via voice control. Users can control what music is being played, volume levels and other voice-controlled features. Both the S60T and S61T are capable of wireless music streaming through the Samsung SmartThings app and can directly connect to Spotify, Deezer or Tune In to enjoy an endless supply of music.

Both the new S-Series S60T and S61T soundbars are available to purchase now directly from the Samsung UK store priced at £399.

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KitGuru says: these new S-Series sandbars from Samsung certainly have a slick looking appearance, and if Samsung’s claims are true, the audio performance should be impressive too. What do you guys think of these new soundbars from Samsung?

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