Samsung Q-Symphony for soundbars and TVs
A sound bar in itself is of course a considerable improvement compared to the sound quality of a television itself. However, the sound that televisions produce themselves is getting better and better. So why not combine the sound of a TV with the sound of a soundbar for an even more immersive audio experience? That’s the idea behind Samsung Q-Symphony.
Samsung’s revolutionary Q-Symphony feature harnesses the power of Samsung TVs and soundbars – combining the former’s built-in speakers with the latter’s impressive audio capabilities – to deliver a truly immersive and powerful sound experience.
The latest soundbars from Samsung (since 2020) have Q-Symphony, which simply means that the soundbar can work together with the television for optimal audio reproduction. The speakers of the soundbar and the speakers of the television (both above and below) are used to spread the sound in the room and, in particular, to add height to the sound. According to Samsung, this should provide a wider and fuller sound field, without delay or an audible difference in audio quality.
The soundbar and television are connected to each other via an HDMI cable, after which Q-Symphony does the rest. Since 2022, however, it has also been possible to wirelessly connect the soundbar and television. This works via bluetooth. In addition, you only need one remote control to operate both the television and the soundbar.
Unfortunately, Q-Symphony does not work with all soundbars and televisions. You need a Samsung TV and a Samsung soundbar that supports it. Since 2020, Samsung has been releasing its mid-range and top models of televisions and soundbars with this feature.