LG UltraGear GP9 gaming speaker released with high resolution audio, Hi-Fi Quad DAC

LG UltraGear Gaming Speaker GP9 has been unveiled expanding the company’s UltraGear line of gaming hardware. The speaker has a unique appearance combined with RGB lighting. LG says it offers gaming-optimized three-dimensional sound, easy controls, and seamless compatibility with PCs and the latest consoles. The LG UltraGear Gaming Speaker GP9 is certified for high resolution audio and also has a built-in Hi-Fi Quad DAC (ES9038PRO). There are several connectivity options – both wired and wireless.

Price, availability of LG UltraGear GP9 gaming speaker

LG UltraGear Gaming Speaker GP9 is priced at KRW 549,000 (about INR 34,700) and will be available in South Korea, the US and some European markets from September. There is currently no information on the availability of the UltraGear Gaming Speaker GP9 in India.

LG UltraGear GP9 Gaming Speaker Specifications and Features

The LG UltraGear Gaming Speaker GP9 uses the company’s proprietary 3D gaming sound technology, which uses the Head Related Transfer Function (HRTF) algorithm, which adjusts game audio depending on the genre. It also includes a game genre optimizer with FPS mode, RTS mode, race mode and more. The gaming speaker also features DTS Headphone: X technology, which provides virtual 7.1 surround sound when using headsets or headphones.

The built-in microphones can be used ​​to chat with friends without the need for an external microphone or headset. The speaker also comes with an echo cancellation algorithm, which suppresses background noise. The speaker is certified for high-resolution audio and has a built-in Hi-Fi Quad DAC (ES9038PRO). The Hi-Fi Quad DAC can be used to its fullest potential on a PC and the LG UltraGear Gaming Speaker GP9 can also be used as a discreet sound card.

The gaming speaker comes with RGB lighting, Bluetooth connectivity and wired connections including USB Type C. The company says the LG UltraGear Gaming Speaker GP9 is compact in size and can fit neatly between the legs of the UtraGear monitor stands.

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Vineet Washington writes about games, smartphones, audio devices and new technologies for Delhi’s 360 Gadgets. Vineet is a senior deputy editor for Gadgets 360 and frequently writes about games across all platforms and new developments in the smartphone world. In his spare time, Vineet enjoys playing video games, making clay models, playing the guitar, watching sketch comedies and anime. Vineet is available at vineetw@ndtv.com, so please send us your leads and tips. Most

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