Hisense Introduces Soundbar Trio Offering High Value And Ease Of Use
Hisense introduced Thursday its 2021 soundbar lineup consisting of three models designed for high audio performance, value prices and Roku TV Ready connectivity.
Each model was said by the company to have been designed for high quality sound with clear dialog and impactful sound effects. Each model will pair with TV’s measuring 32-inches or larger, and all come with a dedicated wireless subwoofer optimized to offer balanced low-end frequencies to add punch to match the accompanying mid and high-end ranges without the need to run messy connecting cables.
Hisense said the soundbars were designed for easy connectivity with virtually any TV. All models can connect to a TV using an included HDMI cable, connect wirelessly via Bluetooth, and control both with one remote.
All three soundbars are also “Roku TV Ready” devices, meaning they will be fully compatible with any Roku TV through the HDMI connection. When connected to a Roku TV, each model will be controllable using the Roku TV remote for both the TV and soundbar, enabling easier setup and better navigation experiences.
All Hisense soundbars feature support for EzPlay, which allows users to control their soundbars with their Hisense TV remote for the U7, U8 and U9 Series TVs.
All three soundbars are equipped with Bluetooth technology, allowing users to wirelessly connect to music from smartphones, tablets or laptops.
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To customize sounds to the listener’s room and ear, the soundbars all include multiple preset EQ settings, to tune audio performance for music, movies, and news content.
Hisense also outfits its soundbars with all of the accessories needed to get started, including: an HDMI cable, a digital optical cable and a wall mounting kit.
Highlighting the lineup is the Hisense HD312 ($399.99 suggested retail price), which is a 3.1-channel model featuring six 30 Watt speakers, Dolby Atmos 3D-surround-sound support, high-bandwidth HDMI eARC port and a 240-Watt subwoofer. The model will high Best Buy stores and Amazon later this month, the company said.
Following this is the HS219 ($279.99 suggested retail price) is a 2.1-channel soundbar incorporating four 30-Watt speakers, a 360-Watt subwoofer and standard HDMI Audio Return Channel (ARC) port. The HS219 will be available on Amazon and at Best Buy stores this month.
The entry models Hisense HS212F ($199.99 suggested retail), which is a 2.1-channel soundbar features two 60-Watt speakers, a 120-Watt 6.5-inch subwoofer and a standard HDMI Audio Return Channel (ARC) port. The model will be available on Amazon and at Best Buy stores this month.
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By Greg Tarr
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