Consumer electronics maker TPV Technology on Tuesday launched in India two Philips-branded soundbars with wireless subwoofer system. Named Philips TAB8947 3.1.2 and Philips TAB7807 3.1 CH Dolby Atmos Soundbars, the soundbars will be available at Rs 35,990 and Rs 28,990 across leading online platforms and offline stores in the country.
“With the rapid increase in the growth of the soundbar market in India, consumers are focusing more on advanced technology and elevating their lifestyle. In order to fulfil their demand, we have introduced two new Philips audio products in the soundbar range to make the year-end even more exciting. Our idea is to offer an all-in-one experience for family and friends for watching sports, movies and listening to their favorite music. With this launch, we aim to further fill up the needs of our consumer and provide them with the best of innovation and technology at an amazing price,” Piush Sharma, India Business Head, Philips TV and Audio Business, TPV Technology India said in a statement.
The Philips TAB8947 soundbar has a 3.1.2 channel audio routing system of 660W peak output, enabled by eight audio drivers and an 8-inch wireless subwoofer. The soundbar supports Chromecast, Apple AirPlay 2 and Bluetooth for wireless connectivity. It supports AI voice assistance such as Apple Siri and Google Assistant for hands-free operations. Among the highlights of the product is the upward facing speakers, which boosts height channels, resulting in a 360-degree surround effect, according to the company.
The Philips TAB7807 soundbar, on the other hand, has a 3.1 channel audio routing system supported by Dolby Atmos technology for virtual 3D sound stages. It has a peak output of 620W, enabled by six audio drivers and a dedicated 8-inch subwoofer. According to the company, this soundbar is a perfect companion for experiencing the excitement of live sports with Stadium EQ mode.
Both the soundbars come with distinctive geometric design and have a low profile, which makes them easy to place under or alongside the televisions.