We’ve been sitting tight anxiously for Google to stuff its Android TV stage into a dongle so we wouldn’t need to forfeit space in the lounge room for a shrewd TV encounter. Presently, sound rigging producer JBL has what may be the following best thing: An Android TV-controlled soundbar.
The new JBL Link Bar is the first to accompany Google’s TV stage worked in – alongside Assistant help – so it not just redesigns your current TV into a brilliant one with applications and gushing abilities, yet it additionally serves as a savvy speaker that can take after voice summons, play music when the TV is off, and control associated devices around the house.
It’ll likewise work with a subwoofer that JBL intends to offer independently, and get along with Google Home speakers or Chromecast-associated ones for multi-room sound.
That sounds like all that I could need in a soundbar: I had the joy of exploring a soundbar for fourteen days as of late, and delighted in the enhanced sound while sitting in front of the TV shows and motion pictures without giving up much space for an extra speaker. Including Android TV in with the general mish-mash would overhaul my maturing show with some helpful highlights for spilling more substance, and taking into consideration without hands control to boot.
The Link Bar is slated to go marked down this fall; evaluating hasn’t yet been declared.