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[May 29, 2012]

LG launches home cinemas with 3D sound [TradeArabia]

(TradeArabia Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) (Date: Sunday, May 27, 2012 ) LG Electronics is launching four new home theater systems in the UAE equipped with its latest 3D sound technology.

"Whether it's TVs or audio systems, LG continues to offer the most immersive 3D home entertainment experience possible," said D Y Kim, president of LG Electronics Gulf.

"Our Cinema 3D Smart TVs will now be accompanied by a wider variety of Cinema 3D Sound Home Theater products that offer consumers a complete 3D experience and further strengthen LG's leadership in 3D." The BH9520TW incorporates LG's 3D sound zooming technology, which constantly synchronizes sound output with the location and movement of the on-screen 3D images on a Cinema 3D Smart TV.

In turn, 3D sound zooming plunges the viewer into the middle of the action, as the events that unfold on their 3D TVs immerse and surround the viewers as both images and sound in real 3D.

3D Sound Zooming is capable of generating variety of depth in sound based on a complex algorithm that analyzes the varying depth of numerous on-screen objects displayed on the 3D TV.

Such immersive 3D sound quality is enhanced further by the BH9520TW's 9.1 speaker system, which adds four Upright 3D Speakers to the 5.1 channels of a conventional home theater system.

The four upright 3D speakers pump sound upward, ensuring that the vertical space is completely filled with sound. Meanwhile, a 360-degree reflector inside each of the upright 3D speakers reflects sound in all directions, creating acoustics as rich as those in a concert hall.

By applying LG's unique 3D effect DSP algorithm, the sound field expansion technology further expands the horizontal sound field, and works in harmony with the upright 3D speakers to create a truly immersive 360-degree sound experience, a statement said.

Additionally, the audio "sweet spot" is further extended so viewers always feel as if they are right in the middle of the action, regardless of their location in a living room.

In order to provide viewers with a wide range of 3D experiences, the BH9520TW is equipped with a Smart TV function. In turn, any ordinary 3D TV can have access to LG's Smart TV ecosystem, which is composed of a growing variety and quantity of 3D content through various premium content services and apps, such as LG's 3D Zone.

The BH9520TW is now available across all LG stores and retail outlets in the UAE, the statement said. – TradeArabia News Service (c) 2012 Al Hilal Publishing & Marketing Group Provided by Syndigate.info an Albawaba.com company

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