Sonos Redefines In-Home Audio With The Atmos-Outfitted Arc Premium Soundbar

May 8, 2020

Category: Tech

If there’s a recognizable name in the realm of high-end, in-home audio, it’s Sonos. Since its conception in 2002, the company has become one of the leading experts in the high-fidelity reproduction and transmission of our favorite audio-related content, and now, they’ve announced the Arc — a premium soundbar developed alongside Dolby’s wondrous Atmos tech.

The Sonos Arc Premium Soundbar arrives as a successor to the brand’s Playbar. As a modern interpretation of the company’s commitment to unparalleled sound quality, the Arc introduces Trueplay tuning technology, which calibrates its output for precise localization based on the room’s acoustic traits, Dolby Atmos tech, and a suite of eleven high-performance audio drivers that place an emphasis on rich bass, mid-tones, and highs. There’s even built-in support for both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, meaning that you’ll be able to partake in hands-free utilization of the device, enhancing your ability to browse music, radio, and podcast channels, or pair the Arc with Apple’s Airplay 2 from afar. Head to Sonos’ website to pre-order the $800 Arc soundbar for your favorite entertainment or living area.

Purchase: $800

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