According to the market research firm FutureSource Consulting, Samsung Electronics is the leader in the global soundbar market. A report published on February 28 reveals that Samsung dominated the soundbar market for the ninth consecutive year, with a market share of 20.2% and 18.4% of industry sales volume in 2022.
Samsung soundbars, including the premium Q-series lineup, are meticulously crafted and fine-tuned for potent and immersive sound quality, enhanced TV compatibility, and sleek, contemporary design. Customers and critics have lauded SpaceFit Sound for its ability to calibrate sounds to the acoustic properties of each space, thereby creating customized sound experiences.
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In fact, Samsung soundbars have astonished industry experts and critics, with AVForums naming the HW-Q990B the “Best in Class” Award recipient for 2022 and Newsweek noting that the HW-S800B “delivers impressive room-filling sound” despite its compact size.
Samsung is adding dramatic sounds and premium audio capabilities to its soundbar array this year to attract customers and home theater aficionados.
The HW-Q990C is the premier soundbar in Samsung’s Q-series, featuring an impressive 11.1.4-channel configuration and Dolby Atmos audio. It includes the most recent Q-Symphony 3.0 feature, which analyzes and processes vocal channels and audio elements to deliver precisely synchronized audio using each speaker in the TV and the soundbar.
It also includes SpaceFit Sound Pro, which calibrates sounds to match the acoustic properties of each location, and Game Mode Pro, which optimizes game noises by genre for enhanced realism when played through Samsung Gaming Hub.
“Samsung is committed to providing our consumers with an industry-leading home entertainment experience that meets their evolving requirements,” said Cheolgi Kim, executive vice president of Samsung Electronics’ Visual Display Business. Samsung soundbars are the ideal complement to Samsung televisions, exemplifying the pinnacle of cinematic sound with intelligent audio features and enhanced connectivity.
According to Futuresource, the global market for soundbars, which has increased by 5.7% annually over the past three years, reached 23.16 million units in 2022 and is projected to reach 26 million by 2025.