Samsung Electronics will introduce TVs featuring 3D sound quality at CES 2020 in Las Vegas in early 2020.
Candidate names for the new TV technology include ‘Samsung Symphony’, ‘Q-Symphony’, and ‘Samsung Q-Symphony’. Samsung Electronics has recently applied for trademark rights on these names through many patent offices.
Until now, sound from a TV and sound from a sound bar have operated separately. When a sound bar is turned on, sound from a TV is turned off automatically.
The ‘Samsung Symphony TV’ will use two separate speakers that will have their own roles in the reproduction of sound. The goal is to offer consumers an
audio system will reproduce sound that is as close as possible to the original audio source.
The TV will analyze an image shown on its screen, the audio signal and will use AI technology to figure out which speaker(s) will be responsible for the reproduction of sound.
The ‘Samsung Symphony TV’ branding os expected to be applied to new 8K QLED TVs that will be released in 2020.