LG Electronics today unveiled its spacesaving Sound Plate (Model LAP340) at IFA 2013 in Berlin, Germany. The company is also showcasing a host of other audio visual products at the event, including the NB4530A and NB5530A Sound Bars.
LG?s Sound Plate is a new entry in the TV sound system category. With a height of only 35mm, the slim device can be placed directly underneath any 32- to 55-inch TV to save space and goes well with a variety of interior decors. The new model is equipped with a 4.1 channel sound system complete with dual built-in subwoofers. LG's Sound Plate also incorporates a neodymium magnet capable of producing powerful audio. Bluetooth support is also offered for easy wireless connectivity with smartphones, tablets and other wireless devices.
The NB4530A Sound Bar with its minimalist design is featuring 2.1 channels, 310 watts of output, separate subwoofer and LG's 3D Surround Processor.The NB4530A also supports HDMI with Audio Return Channel (ARC). What?s more, the Bluetooth-enabled Sound Bar facilitates wireless audio streaming from smart devices. And to minimize unsightly cable clutter, the subwoofer unit is able to connect to the Sound Bar via Bluetooth.The NB4530A can be wall-mounted or placed anywhere in the room.
LG's audio video lineup at IFA 2013 includes a number of other devices such as the BH9530TW home theater system, Smart Blu-ray players, and docking and portable speakers. Also on display will be LG's Micro Audio System (Model CM3430), the recipient of an EISA2013 Award. All of LG?s audio visual products offer wireless connectivity options.