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TCL 9 Series RAY•DANZ soundbar with Dolby Atmos launched in India

The soundbar has received the iF Design Award 2020

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The Chinese Electronics manufacturer TCL announced the launch of its new audio product in India. The company has launched TCL 9 Series RAY•DANZ soundbar with Dolby Atmos in the country. Also, the soundbar has received iF Design Award 2020 which is a world-renowned design award given to TCL’s unique and innovative acoustic reflector technology. 

Kevin Wang, CEO of TCL Industries Holdings Co., Ltd. and TCL Electronics said, “TCL is to leverage its strong capabilities in audio and vertical integration to offer consumers superior sound quality at home. We continue to improve people’s lives through smart products and premium experiences.”

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The new TCL 9 Series RAY•DANZ soundbar features angled speakers that beam sound waves towards curved acoustic reflector units for superior resonance. This is a solution that directs sound outward in a wide pattern, providing a much larger soundstage than other soundbars on the market and can offer good acoustics without overly relying on digital processing. It comes with a centrally positioned speaker combined with Dolby Atmos for the best audio experience. The RAY•DANZ technology makes use of the DOLBY tech to deliver sounds that flow around which can be enjoyed anywhere

It comes with triple channel speakers one is a central channel which is a dedicated front-firing speaker and tweeter are used for the centre channel for a theatre-like experience while providing clear dialogue and voice positioning for especially vocal content. Whereas the Surround Channels fire backwards toward the curved acoustic reflector units, refracting various frequencies at precisely calculated angles that create a much wider and immersive sound ground compared to the most digital virtualizers in the market. The third driver is the wireless subwoofer that reproduces intense bass with a built-in output of 150 watts. The combination of all three technologies offers the best sound experience, as per the company.

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The 300-watt subwoofer makes this soundbar a 3.1 system, as it also uses two drivers on the sides. The audio device is capable of achieving 240W RMD audio output power.

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