According to the company, the Soundbar 900 goes beyond the overhead spatial audio offered by most Atmos soundbars. Bose Phase Guidetech states that it can also create horizontal audio effects. According to the company, the Soundbar 900 combines Bose’s spatial audio know-how with custom arrays, dipole transducers and thin transducers to create a “layer of realism.” Even if the show or movie you’re watching doesn’t support Dolby Atmos, Bose states that the technology can remix signals to create effective spatial audio effects.
With the help of QuietPort technology, Bose promises powerful bass performance with almost no distortion. The Adaptiq feature, on the other hand, adjusts the audio to fit the space.
The speakers include proper connections such as HDMI eARC, WiFi, Bluetooth, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, Spotify Connect, and AirPlay 2 support to connect to your TV. You can link your device to other Bose smart speakers, such as as part of a multi-room system, and use subwoofers or rear satellite speakers to extend your home theater setup.Soundbar 900 is also compatible with the company’s new ones QuietComfort 45 headphones..
The device has rounded corners, a height of 2.3 inches, a depth of just over 4 inches, and a length of 41 inches (a few inches longer than the Soundbar 700). Designed primarily for TVs larger than 50 inches. It may look irrelevant under a small screen.
NS Smart Soundbar 900 costs $ 900.. Pre-orders start today and speakers will be available on September 23rd.
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