TCL TS3015 soundbar has been launched in India, and is priced at Rs. 8,999. The brand new 2.1-channel soundbar from TCL is out there on Amazon and Flipkart, and has a wi-fi subwoofer, together with a number of wi-fi and wired connectivity strategies. That is the primary audio product launched by TCL formally in India, increasing on the corporate’s product vary, which additionally consists of good TVs and air conditioners. The launch comes quickly after TCL launched its new vary of QLED and LED TVs in India, together with the favored C715 vary.
TCL TS3015 Soundbar value and availability
The TCL TS3015 soundbar is the primary audio product formally launched in India by TCL, and is priced at Rs. 8,999. The soundbar is out there on Amazon and Flipkart for now, and goes up towards different reasonably priced choices from manufacturers comparable to Blaupunkt, Xiaomi and Philips. Though priced a good bit larger than the Mi Soundbar, the TCL TS3015 has the benefit of a devoted wi-fi subwoofer at underneath Rs. 10,000, which not too many manufacturers supply.
TCL TS3015 Soundbar specs and options
By specs, the TCL TS3015 is spectacular for the value, with a rated sound output of 180W by way of its 2.1-channel system. The primary bar speaker has two audio channels, whereas the subwoofer dedicatedly handles low-end frequencies. The benefit of the wi-fi subwoofer is flexibility in positioning, because the subwoofer will be positioned at a ways from the principle bar speaker with no uncovered wires. Nonetheless, you’ll in fact have to plug the wi-fi subwoofer into an influence outlet.
The TCL TS3015 soundbar helps a number of connectivity choices, together with Bluetooth 5, HDMI ARC, Optical, and three.5mm, and can be utilized as a standalone media participant utilizing its TF card slot. TCL states that the soundbar will match effectively with its televisions, however the numerous connectivity choices imply that you need to use the TS3015 with most televisions, tablets, and smartphones.
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