These devices have been tuned at the Samsung Audio Lab in Valencia, California to give balanced and room-filling sound, said the company.
Sound Tower will be available in two variants. The MX-T70 is priced at Rs 42,990 while the MX-T50 is available for Rs 29,990.
Q Series Soundbars come in four models – HW-Q950T priced at Rs 1,39,990, HW-Q900T at Rs 1,03,990, HW-Q800T at Rs 53,990 and HW-Q60T at Rs 35,990.
The 2020 Sound Device line-up would be available on Samsung's official online store, Samsung Shop and select Samsung Smart Plazas from July 16, the company said in a statement.
Consumers can also avail cashback of up to 10 per cent on the new sound devices through their ICICI Bank and Federal Bank Debit and Credit Cards.
T Series Soundbars come in seven models – HW-T650 priced at Rs 35,990, HW-T550 at Rs 25,990, HW-T450 at Rs 19,990, HW-T420 at Rs 16,990 and HW-T400 at Rs 10,990.
HW-T45E for Rs 19,990 will be available only on Amazon while HW-T42E priced at Rs 16,990 will be available on Flipkart, said the company.
Sound Tower comes with 1,500 watt output, built-in woofer and bi-directional sound. The new and premium Q Series Soundbar comes with Samsung's signature Q-Symphony technology.
This technology plays surround sound from TV and Soundbar simultaneously, creating incredible audio synergy.
The built-in Alexa voice service allows users to easily control music and more.
The T Series Soundbar aims to amplify the TV viewing experience. It includes 3D surround sound, anchored by a dedicated built-in center speaker that helps project audio content crisply and clearly.
The Wireless Subwoofer customises the movie watching experience by elevating the TV sound with powerful bass.