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LG LSB316
LGs new sound bar LSB316 with wireless sub


By Rasmus Larsen (@flatpanels)
07 Jan 2011

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LG has unveiled their new sound bar with a wireless subwoofer. It’s called LSB316 and has the same black polished look as the new 2011 LG flat panel TVs.

LG LSB316 sound bar

LG has announced a new sound bar at CES 2011. The new sound bar, LSB316, measures 8 cm in height and 5 cm in depth which makes it optimal for a 40-42" TVs.

LG LSB316
LG LSB316


The 2.1 sound bar creates powerful sound with the help of a wireless subwoofer. The sound bar itself consists of six integrated speakers delivering a total of 280 W according to LG. The sound bar also has a virtual surround function, Clear Voice, Night Mode and EQ.

Furthermore, the LSB316 features Bluetooth support for streaming of music from smartphones or MP3 players. It also serves as a wireless streaming solution for headphones. USB has been integrated to support MP3, WMA and AAC.

The soundbar is currently exhibited at CES 2011 in Las Vegas. No words on pricing or availability yet.




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