Soundbars are all the rage as people find them attractive and convenient to use. With an innovative approach to soundstage, TCL soundbar introduces Ray Danz technology in a convenient package that looks and feels futuristic.
The latest in the line up is the TCL 9 series soundbar which is equipped with Ray Danz technology and also supports Dolby Atmos for a near-surround sound experience. The official codename for the model is TS9039 in case you are planning to purchase it from a retailer and would like to make sure you are paying for the exact model with its specific set of features.
Good news is, TCL is planning to launch the product globally and despite some minor delays, every country where the brand already has a presence should be able to receive the product. The pricing will be altered according to local currency but it will still be on the affordable side when compared to full setup like 7.1 or 11.1 surround speaker systems with an amplifier.
Under the slim design, it is equipped with acoustic reflector technology that allows a much wider soundstage with rear angled speakers. While it does support Dolby Atmos technology, the concept of using it is to have sound firing from the ceiling but achieving the effect using a soundbar seems like a far cry.
While TCL soundbar introduces Ray Danz technology, there are lots of other models that continue to innovate in their own respect. The home entertainment sector continues to evolve with 4K video and Dolby Atmos sound but it is still mostly expensive for a complete setup unless you are willing to enjoy what compact soundbars could offer. It can produce up to 540W of power.
The official pricing for the product is not revealed by TCL yet but it should be available in the following weeks.