Do you love video games? And you have a TV and a game console and all that remains is to fix the sound problem? Then check out this special edition of the Panasonic SoundSlayer SC-HTB01.
Born in collaboration with Tokyo-based studio Square Enix, which created Final Fantasy, this 2.1 configuration device is aimed primarily at gamers who are not willing to shell out the big bucks for a full-blown surround sound system. And in between games, it will provide excellent movie viewing with support for Dolby Atmos, DTS: X and DTS: Virtual X, says the manufacturer.
The soundbar offers three audio modes for games, developed with input from the sound engineers at Square Enix. First Person Shooter mode provides accurate localization of the sound source, allowing you to determine from which side the noise of footsteps or the clang of enemy weapons is heard. Voice mode enhances the clarity of character dialogue, while Role-Playing Game is optimized for Final Fantasy XIV Online.
The price and launch date of the device have not yet been announced, but it is known that the standard version of the SoundSlayer SC-HTB01 costs about $ 300.