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PRISM+ Malaysia Expands Soundbar Lineup With Two New Models

PRISM+ has announced the latest addition to its line-up of home entertainment systems with the launch of the PRISM+ Symphony and PRISM+ Flow Soundbars. With the launch, the brand aims to provide a holistic home cinematic experience – while bringing its premium value proposition to the audio space. The PRISM+ Symphony, which will feature best-in-class technologies such as Dolby Atmos spatial audio, 11 speakers for better sound separation, an 8-inch wireless subwoofer, and 3D-surround sound will retail at RM1,999.

Meanwhile, the PRISM+ Flow will retail at RM799 and will be one of the few in its class to feature a wireless subwoofer. Both soundbars will go on pre-order today on the PRISM+ website, Lazada store, Shopee store and its retail store – and are expected to launch in mid-November.

PRISM+’s latest line of home cinema products comes from the back of wildly successful launches. Having introduced its full line-up of Q Series Pro TVs in Malaysia earlier this year, as well as launching its first retail store in Malaysia, the brand has continued to show tremendous growth in the market. This year, the brand has seen its revenue increase over 30 percent from Q1 2022 (January – March) to Q2 2022 (April – June).

Eric Kam, Country Director of PRISM+ Malaysia, said:

“We see Malaysia as a tremendous market for us in terms of opportunity, and this has been reflected by how well-received we have been in the market. The launch of the Symphony and Flow soundbar is a step forward in the evolution of the brand as we continue to make premium home cinematic experiences more accessible while also supporting best-in-class, immersive audio technologies like Dolby Atmos.”

The advent of the Flow and Symphony soundbars will be an evolutionary mark in the consumer tech brand’s history, as this is PRISM+’s maiden journey into the audio space market. Targeted at different audience segments, PRISM+ Symphony soundbars will feature Dolby Atmos for a fully immersive home cinematic experience, while the PRISM+ Flow soundbars will support Dolby Audio for a dynamic audio experience.

The PRISM+ Symphony’s stand-out feature is undoubtedly the Dolby Atmos – allowing the premium soundbar to immerse users in their favourite entertainment with sound that moves all around with breathtaking realism. Priced at RM1,999, the PRISM+ Symphony is the most affordable premium soundbar in its class. When coupled with the upward-firing speakers, this 5.1.2 soundbar breaks new boundaries with an added height dimension for sounds. Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, and Dolby TrueHD will also be supported by the Symphony.

This will provide users with an optimum experience even on devices or platforms that do not support Dolby Atmos. In addition, the Symphony features an HDMI-eARC port that will allow users to play high fidelity audio, as well as a peak power output of 760 watts – allowing users to enjoy higher quality audio performance and a deeper, fuller bass without distortions even at higher volumes.

Users looking for an entry-level audio set-up need to look no further than the PRISM+ Flow. Priced at RM799, the Flow is a 2.1 speaker with 240W peak power output powered by Dolby Audio Technology. The versatile soundbar measures at a length of 890mm x 82mm x 58mm, making it suitable for desktop setups as well as small bedrooms. Aside from Dolby Audio, this soundbar also supports both Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus.

Both soundbars will feature wireless subwoofers, allowing for a more versatile set-up, meaning that users can place the subwoofer in the optimum position in their homes. In addition, both the Flow and Symphony come with five preset modes for News, Music, Sport, Gaming, and Movie – as well as adjustable LED brightness, and can be navigated via the TV remote to ensure a seamless home cinematic experience.

Eric adds:

“The launch of the PRISM+ Symphony and PRISM+ Flow is a realisation of our goal to bring true cinematic immersion into the living rooms of our consumers. We worked closely with trusted partners such as Dolby to optimise our products for a seamless user experience.”

The PRISM+ Flow and PRISM+ Symphony will be available for pre-order starting today (28 October 2022) and are scheduled to be shipped by the middle of November 2022. Pre-orders can be made from the PRISM+ website, official Lazada and Shopee stores, as well as its retail store at Sunway Pyramid. For more information on price, details, and specifications, head on over to the official website here.

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