Updated: September 28, 2021 5:45:13 pm
Sonos today announced its sleek TV soundbar, the Sonos Beam in India. The Sonos Beam features four full-range woofers, support for Apple AirPlay 2, and more. Here’s all you need to know about the new soundbar.
Sonos Beam: Features and specifications
The Sonos Beam features four full-range woofers that ensure a balanced output for mid-range vocal frequencies and deeper bass. The soundbar also comes with one tweeter for crisp dialogues. Sonos Beam features three passive radiators that help move air around inside the soundbar, adding warm sound to the bass output.
The soundbar also comes with adjustable bass and treble controls that let users customise the sound by individual room or groups of rooms. There are five Class-D digital amplifiers tuned to match the speaker drivers and acoustic architecture.
The Sonos Beam also sports five far-field microphones that support advanced beamforming and multi-channel echo cancellation. There is also a dedicated microphone LED on top of the soundbar that lets one know if the microphone is available to take commands or shut off.
The soundbar supports auto-switching 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz AC universal input, one 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port to connect to any 802.11 b/g/n router. Apple AirPlay 2 support lets users quickly connect the soundbar to an iPhone with iOS 11.4 and higher.
Price and availability
The Sonos Beam is priced at Rs 43,999 and will be available in Black or White colour variants. However, more availability details are currently not known and should be updated on the trysonos.in website soon.
Sonos announced its entry into the Indian premium audio market back in July, partnering with Luxury Personified, a subsidiary of The Sun Group to bring its lineup of wireless home audio speakers to the country.
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