LG UltraGear GP9 promises to give gamers a quality audio experience, eliminating the need to use headphones. That will help gamers play games continuously for a long time, because when using headphones for a long time, it will definitely have an effect on the body.
The advantage of LG UltraGear compared to other soundbar systems is the built-in microphone, with anti-reverberation algorithm, and effective noise cancellation.
The GP9 connects to computers and some personal game consoles via the USB Type-C port. In addition, the device also owns a variety of connection ports such as optical port, auxiliary port and 3.5mm port. Therefore, LG UltraGear can fully work with all existing gaming devices on the market. Not only that, if you need to connect wirelessly, the speaker also has built-in Bluetooth.
In terms of specifications, the speaker system is equipped with two 20mm drivers and a pair of 2-inch woofers. The device uses a Hi-Fi Quad DAC (ES9038PRO), which is very promising in audio reproduction and processing, supports DTS Headphone: X and many special algorithms to help deliver a 3D audio experience.
There are many buttons on the speaker and the volume dial. Two buttons allow you to change between FPS (shooter) and RTS (role-playing game) modes. Each mode will automatically change the sound settings to correspond to the game genre. Additionally, the LG UltraGear GP9 has an EQ button for gamers to automatically fine-tune for individual games, and LG says you can share your EQ settings with others via the included app.
LG UltraGear GP9 is being introduced with a price of 500 USD (about 12 million VND). There is no exact release date of the device yet, but obviously, with the features introduced by LG, we are about to have an additional selection of quality gaming speakers.