The Sonos Beam Gen 2, in white or black, can sit in front of a television or be installed easily. Image: Sonos
Known for its excellent Sonos Arc soundbar for home cinema, Sonos now rolls out updates to its more compact and cheaper Sonos Beam, consisting of the Arcs Dolby Atmos 3D noise
Both soundbars assistance AirPlay 2 for easy Apple environment connectivity. The Sonos Arc costs about $900 while the new Sonos Beam Gen 2 goes for about $450.
Sonos Beam: improved noise.
The brand-new variation of the Sonos Beam uses HDMI eARC support to help drive the higher-resolution audio of Dolby Atmos.
Sound quality also takes advantage of an adaptive TruePlay clever equalizer, Sonos stated. The EQ modifies the noise to fit the space the soundbar is in.
Comparable look as in the past
Gen 2 of the Beam has to do with the very same, compact size as its predecessor, and brings a comparable design. Sonos now uses a carefully perforated plastic grille rather than a fabric wrap, which might add to the devices resilience.
The Sonos Bean includes simply two ports. That basic user interface plus near-field interaction (NFC) and AirPlay 2 support over Wi-Fi with close-by devices makes setup simple. The Sonos app helps connect streaming services and you can utilize Siri voice control, too.
You can preorder the brand-new Sonos Beam Gen 2 for $449 in white or black colors. Sonos expects to begin delivering on October 5.
Where to preorder: Sonos
The Sonos Bean consists of just two ports. That simple user interface plus near-field communication (NFC) and AirPlay 2 assistance over Wi-Fi with close-by devices makes setup simple. The Sonos app helps connect streaming services and you can use Siri voice control, too.