This year’s CES has been pretty interesting so far with everything from new personal assistants all the way up to new laptops.

Along with all of these announcements, LG announced a range of new soundbars and a new Bluetooth speaker during the show, including the new LOUDR speakers and the SJ9, SJ8, and the SJ7 soundbars.

The SJ9 is the flagship model, featuring Dolby Atmos support, and 24-bit Hi-Res Audio compatibility. The SJ8 has been designed to be more of a low-profile soundbar at just 1.5 inches tall. Both of these will also offer 4K signal pass-through, with 4K high-resolution audio, and Google Cast support in-built.

The SJ7 doesn’t have any of those features.

LG explained more about them with the following:

This week at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, LG Electronics (LG) is showcasing an expanded lineup of audio products to appeal to a wide range of consumers from avid audiophiles to casual listeners who prioritize portability and versatility. LG’s newest audio devices implement emerging technologies to maximize synergy with LG’s premium TVs and to broaden the possibilities of where consumers can take their favorite music.

LG’s new SJ9 sound bar harnesses the power of Dolby Atmos® technology, to recreate the ultimate cinema audio experience while its sleek design adds an instant aesthetic accent to any home. In order to create such powerful, textured sound, the SJ9 is equipped with multiple cutting-edge speakers – including two powerful up firing speakers – to envelop the listener from every angle.

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Source: LG

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