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Polk Audio reveals its first Dolby Atmos soundbar

Polk Audio has unveiled its first Dolby Atmos soundbar. The Signa S4 has seven drivers (together with two upward-facing drivers) geared towards delivering 3D audio for films, TV, music and video games. A wi-fi subwoofer is bundled in.

The firm says that if content material is not arrange for Dolby Atmos, the soundbar can create a “digital Atmos expertise” by upmixing the peak, encompass and middle channels. In addition, the Signa S4 harnesses Polk’s VoiceAdjust know-how, the objective of which is to make dialogue extra intelligible throughout noisy scenes and when watching one thing at a decrease quantity.

The matching subwoofer for Polk Audio's Signa S4 soundbar.

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You can place the subwoofer anyplace within the room, so long as it is inside 33 ft of the soundbar. The two units will pair mechanically. A Bass Adjust characteristic will tweak the low-end settings on each the soundbar and subwoofer. There are one-button presets designed for film and music playback. There’s additionally an evening mode that lowers the bass and locations extra emphasis on dialogue.

You can join the Signa S4 to your TV through HDMI, optical cable and even aux-in. The gadget ought to be suitable with most fashionable TV remotes and there is Bluetooth assist too.

The soundbar is offered beginning as we speak from Polk’s website and different retailers. The Signa S4 bundle, which incorporates HDMI and optical cables, prices $399.

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