A few months ago, and exactly at the conference, Google’s annual developers Google I/O, 2018, the company JBL detects casual new audio download the name of the JBL Link Bar. Now, the models of acoustic solutions are good for those who want speakers that don’t take up much space, at least compared to home theater systems normal, which is what you do projector audio JBL Link Bar exactly.
To change, the JBL Link Bar is a amplifier on the form casual to TVs, powered by the digital assistant Google Assistant, comes preinstalled with Android TV. The speaker the new JBL Link Bar basically the same way that working out all the speakers that come on the form of the bar. You connect your TV and other sound sources via HDMI and all audio content through it. Additional service here is the Android TV and digital assistant built-in Google Account. You can turn on the TV and change the channel to any particular channel using your voice. You can ask the speaker JBL Link Bar to run the videos outside of YouTube or songs from the service Pandora. And you can ask him questions or tell him to control your home appliances smart.
We don’t know much about the specifications of the JBL Link Bar, regardless of the fact that it features four HDMI ports, and Ethernet port, as well as a few other areas. There are no speakers and sub sound so the unit is located under the TV is everything. There is also no remote control, you can control this device completely by voice commands, this is what I personally think it wouldn’t be appropriate all the time.
When the announcement was made projector audio JBL Link Bar didn’t reveal to us the company about the price and the launch, but that’s changed now that revealed to us a shop B&H that models the acoustic JBL Link Bar will become available for purchase as of October 16, priced at $ 400. With this price, the projector audio JBL Link Bar will enter in direct competition with models other audio such as Sonos Beam that come preset with the Alexa rather than Google’s Assistant.
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