CES 24 > LG SG10TY: Wowcast design and wireless soundbar, Dolby Atmos/DTS:X and Wi-Fi

After the quick presentation of the LG S95TR soundbar, it's time for the LG SG10Y designer and wireless soundbar, more specifically intended for the brand's premium Oled TV series, the LG G and LG M.

If a good part of the LG S95TR's specifications are still unknown to us, it's even worse for the LG SG10TY. LG has in fact said very little about the latter and we will undoubtedly have to wait for the CES show in Las Vegas which opens its doors on January 8 until January 13 to find out more, perhaps even an official presentation in the spring for know everything about the brand's design and wireless sound bar.

We just know, as you can see in the photo of this news that the design of the LG SG10TY is specifically adapted to wall mounting, to accompany LG G and LG M televisions often installed in this way in the interiors. Its design is in fact in harmony with that of the televisions and its thickness is minimal (3.25 mm), once again for the sake of consistency with the extra-thin televisions of the LG G and LG M series.

LG SG10TY, Wowcast function inside

Like the LG S95TR, the LG SG10TY benefits from the Wowcast functionality for a wireless connection between the TV and the soundbar, and optional surrounds. Namely, Wowcast includes the eARC function within its Wi-Fi connection to enjoy Dolby Atmos/DTS:X sound from the TV (SVOD application) and/or sources connected to the screen's wireless box.

Although LG has not given any precise information on the subject, we nevertheless assume that the LG SG10TY benefits from the AI Sound Pro function coming directly from the brand's televisions. This means that the adjustments made in real time by the TV depending on the nature of the signal are transmitted to the soundbar for even improved sound reproduction. Likewise, the new AI Room Calibration should also be there to perfectly adapt the sound to the acoustics of the room. New, this now supports surround speakers regardless of their positioning - offset in height, not in the axis of the TV, offset from each other at the rear, etc. - to significantly improve sound immersion.

See you in a few weeks, in Las Vegas, to find out more.