Bose Smart Soundbar 900 combines spatial audio tech and Dolby Atmos

Bose Smart Soundbar 900 combines spatial audio tech and Dolby Atmos

Audio company Bose has introduced its new Smart Soundbar 900, an extended speaker for your home entertainment system. The model packs Bose’s spatial audio technology, offering an audio experience that seemingly projects different aspects of the audio to varied parts of the space. A ‘comparable’ experience is obtainable, albeit the source doesn’t offer Dolby Atmos audio.

The Bose Smart Soundbar 900 offers a spread of features, including Dolby Atmos, support for Alexa and Google Assistant, and compatibility with AirPlay 2 and Spotify Connect. The corporate says this new model replaces it’s Smart Soundbar 700, or a minimum of it’ll when it becomes available on September 23.

Consumers can expect an extended speaker measuring 41-inches long, 2.3-inches high, and 4-inches deep. Though you’ll use it with any TV, Bose says it can fit under models that are 50-inches or more significant. Additionally to the connectivity options detailed above, the Smart Soundbar 900 also sports WiFi, Bluetooth, HDMI eARC, and one cable that must be plugged into the TV.

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Beyond that, the new soundbar also works with Bose’s rear speakers and bass modules for consumers who need a complete home audio setup. Consumers who have the Bose QuietComfort 45 headphones can connect them to the Smart Soundbar 900 for those times viewers got to avoid awakening others within the house.

The most notable aspect of the Bose Smart Soundbar 900 is its ability to supply an immersive audio experience by producing audio with realistic placement within the room. The corporate explains that if, for instance, you’re watching a movie that involves an aircraft flying overhead, you’ll hear the audio above you.

The Bose Smart Soundbar 900 are going to be priced at $899.95 USD when it arrives later this month.

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