What happened? LG is known for making high-tech products - although the aging phone segment shows they don't always perform well. The company's UltraGear monitors have been well received by gamers and gamers alike, and they now have the first gaming-focused portable speaker in the US: the LG UltraGear GP9.
It looks like a small, RGB-packed audio clip with a potentially controversial design, but it's marketing the LG GP9 as a fitting accessory for one of its UltraGear gaming monitors. This product contains the company's 3D game sound technology that uses the HRTF (Head Related Transfer Function) algorithm to design game sound according to its type. EQ Settings Through a companion app, GP9 also allows users to share audio settings customized for specific games with other players.
In addition to the three EQ modes, there are two optimization modes covering the first - personal shooters, allowing users to hear the quietest steps, and an RTS mode with real-time audio space for strategy and racing game titles In real time.
Inside, there are dual inch woofers, 20mm woofers, and a passive cooler for a total output power of 20W. It has all the physical controls, including a large keyboard and RGB lighting that can Displays 16.8 million different colors, 2600mAh battery LG says lasts 6 hours.
< The GP9 is not just a speakerphone, the 'Voice Chat' function allows users without the need to chat with others with Use a separate headset or microphone. The built-in microphones have an echo cancellation algorithm that can detect voice by voices and background sounds. If you want to connect a headphone, there's a 3.5mm audio jack and support for DTS:X headphones with 7.1 virtual sound effects and a quad Hi-Fi DAC.
The GP9 can be connected via an optical cable or USB-C, or connect wirelessly via Bluetooth, with support for SBC and AAC audio codecs.
Big warning for many prices. The LG UltraGear GP9 is $499.99 for the MSI Optix MAG274QRF-QD 27", our pick for the best 1440p gaming main monitor. Not currently available on LG and Amazon.
LG UltraGear $500 Portable Gaming Speaker with Voice Chat Now Available in the US