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Wireless bars that change sound

By Princewill Ekwujuru

In recent years, the media has reported tournaments taking on “audio trademarks”- sound reflective of the ‘vuvuzela’ horn sound of 2010 World Cup tournament in South Africa. A sound described as ubiquitous that filled the rooms in homes, bars and public places with the feeling of being at a party.

Apparently adapting on that local technology LG electronics recently introduced NB3530A sound bar. The device has its own separate subwoofer which does not require a physical connection to the sound bar. It communicates wirelessly which is convenient as you don’t have to go through any complicated pairing process to get the 2 components working with each other.

This means that you can freely mount the sound bar to the wall without worrying about where to place the subwoofer. In fact, the sound bar looks great on the wall especially if the TV is mounted to the wall as well.
Another convenient feature of the NB3530A Soundbar is the built-in Bluetooth which can be paired with the usual Bluetooth-enabled devices like smartphones, tablets, portable media players and laptops.

All of these devices are capable of playing music and many of the streaming apps compatible with these devices have Bluetooth streaming support as well.
The Sound Sync feature enable users beam sound from an LG TV to the sound bar wirelessly. Also, LG CM9940 known as X-Boom pro is innovatively fitted with state-of-the-art console for sizzling DJ Skills. It is specifically designed for music lovers who are passionate about becoming DJs in their homes. LG XBOOM Pro has unique and blazing features which enable users enjoy music with ideal blowout mood.

It also boasts of beat-boxes voice samples and DJ effects which could be controlled with the touch of a button, allows easy control and automation in mixing music using sound effects such as flanger, phaser, chorus and delay while also creating beats with backspin, crossfade and beatbox or using scratch and voice sampling.


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