Following the introduction of the Bose QuietComfort 45 headphones, Bose has now introduced the Smart Soundbar 900, which has Dolby Atmos compatibility.
The Bose Smart Soundbar 900 is equipped with voice control capabilities for both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. Besides Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, the sounder comes with a simple app for touch control and is compatible with Spotify Connect, AirPlay 2, and all other Bose smart speakers, allowing you to create an immersive multi-room music experience.
In a statement announcing the new wireless speaker, Bose said, “Today, Bose unveils the new Smart Soundbar 900 – a Dolby Atmos speaker that delivers unparalleled immersion for music and movies. Bose spatial technologies improve Dolby Atmos material by isolating instruments, speech, and effects, and then placing them in separate sections of space – far above the listener’s head and to his or her right or left — using patented Bose spatial technologies. It also enriches content that is not in Dolby Atmos by offering a similar experience no matter what you are listening to or seeing, regardless of the source material. The Soundbar 900, which incorporates HDMI eARC, connects to a television with only one wire and houses all of its technology in a beautiful single enclosure.”
At this time, it is essential to note that the Bose Smart Soundbar 900 has only been made available for purchase in the United States.
The business has not provided any information on whether or if the speaker would be made available in additional markets in the future.
Smart Soundbar 900, which takes the place of the previous-generation Bose Smart Soundbar 700, has been introduced at a cost of $899.95. (Rs 66,000 approximately). Pre-orders for the speaker may be placed starting today on the company’s official website. The speaker would be available for purchase starting on September 23.
Features and specifications for the Bose Smart Soundbar 900.
The oval-shaped form of the Bose Smart Soundbar is both beautiful and functional. It includes a polished, impact-resistant tempered glass top and a metal grille that wraps around the whole unit. It also has tight seams and clean lines. As for the device’s length and width, the Soundbar 900 stands at 2.3 inches high, is little more than 40 inches deep, and measures 41 inches in total length. According to the manufacturer, it may be used beneath televisions with a screen size of 50 inches or bigger.
According to the company’s press release, the Soundbar 900 makes use of Bose Spatial technology to generate a sound that no other speaker can match or replicate. In addition, the firm claims that QuietPort technology “delivers excellent bass performance and almost no distortion at any volume level.”
The Bose speaker may be linked to the TV using a single HDMI eARC cable, or it can be connected using two HDMI eARC cables. It may also be connected to the internet through Wifi via a smartphone for Airplay or Spotify Connect functionality. Alexa and Google Assistant are also available for users to use to control the speaker with their voice.