Contemporary off the announcement of its QuietComfort 45 headphones final week, Bose is shifting some consideration to its house theater enterprise. At this time, the corporate launched its newest flagship soundbar, the $899.95 Sensible Soundbar 900. With options like Dolby Atmos — a primary for Bose soundbars — HDMI eARC, multi-room Wi-Fi music playback, AirPlay 2, and help for each Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, Bose’s newest soundbar appears very a lot meant to compete with the Sonos Arc. (It additionally permits for streaming audio over Bluetooth, which the Sonos doesn’t.) It’ll be out there beginning September twenty third, with preorders starting now.
Bose claims the Sensible Soundbar 900 “produces a layer of realism no different speaker can duplicate” due to the corporate’s proprietary “PhaseGuide” know-how that enhances positional audio. “When there’s no Dolby Atmos content material, the horizontal spatial results are simply as efficient, and Bose TrueSpace know-how takes over for the vertical expertise, remixing indicators so as to add ‘peak’ with out including a ceiling speaker,” the corporate mentioned in its press release.
Just like the Sonos Arc, the Sensible Soundbar 900 attaches to your TV with a single HDMI (or optical) cable; there’s no HDMI passthrough help provided right here, unlike Sony’s latest premium Atmos sound systems.
The Sensible Soundbar 900 shall be out there in black or white, with a wraparound metallic grille and glass prime floor that features capacitive contact controls. You’ll additionally discover the upward-firing Atmos drivers lower into both sides of that prime glass. For an optimum encompass expertise, Bose’s soundbar is suitable with the corporate’s present rear audio system and subwoofers, however that’ll in fact drive the worth of the overall bundle up fairly a bit larger. You may also allow non-public listening with headphones just like the aforementioned QC45s.