According to market research firm FutureSource Consulting, Samsung Electronics is a market leader in the worldwide soundbar industry. According to a recent survey published on February 28, Samsung won the soundbar market for the ninth year in a row, capturing 20.2% market share and accounting for 18.4% of industry sales volume in 2022.

Samsung soundbars, including the premium Q-series portfolio, are skillfully manufactured and fine-tuned for strong and immersive sound quality, improved TV compatibility, and a sleek and modern appearance. Customers and reviewers have appreciated features such as SpaceFit Sound for adjusting sounds to meet the acoustic parameters of each room for tailor-made sound experiences.

Indeed, Samsung soundbars have wowed industry professionals and reviewers, with AVForums naming the HW-Q990B as the 2022 “Best in Class” Award winner and Newsweek stating that the HW-S800B “delivers impressive room-filling sound” in such a tiny design.

Samsung is bringing its soundbar collection to the next level this year, with stunning cinematic sounds and premium audio features designed to capture the hearts of customers and home theatre fans.

Samsung’s flagship Q-series soundbar, the HW-Q990C, features an amazing 11.1.4-channel configuration with Dolby Atmos sounds. It has the most recent Q-Symphony 3.0 function, which analyses and processes speech channels and audio components to offer precisely synchronised audio across all speakers in both the TV and the soundbar. It also has SpaceFit Sound Pro, which calibrates audio to match the acoustics of each location, and Game Mode Pro, which optimises sounds per game genre for increased realism when played through Samsung Gaming Hub.

“Samsung is committed to providing our customers with an industry-leading home entertainment experience that meets the evolving needs of our customers,” said Cheolgi Kim, EVP of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “Samsung soundbars are the perfect immersive match for Samsung TVs, exemplifying the pinnacle of cinematic sound with smart audio features and enhanced connectivity.”

According to Futuresource, the worldwide soundbar industry, which has grown at a 5.7% annual rate over the last three years, sold 23.16 million units in 2022 and is predicted to reach 26 million by 2025.

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