Bose launches Smart Soundbar 900

It combines spatial audio tech and Dolby Atmos

Bose launches Smart Soundbar 900

The Bose Smart Soundbar 900, a long speaker for your home entertainment system, has been released. The model has Bose’s spatial audio technology, which provides an audio experience in which different components of the audio appear to be projected to different parts of the room. Even if the source does not support Dolby Atmos audio, a ‘comparable’ experience is provided.

The Bose Smart Soundbar 900 comes with many features, including Dolby Atmos, Alexa, and Google Assistant support, and AirPlay 2 and Spotify Connect compatibility. This new model, according to the firm, will replace the Smart Soundbar 700, at least when it becomes available on September 23.

A long speaker measuring 41 inches in length, 2.3 inches in height, and 4 inches in depth is expected. It may be used with any TV, however, Bose claims that it will fit under models that are 50 inches or greater. The Smart Soundbar 900 has WiFi, Bluetooth, HDMI eARC, and only one cable that needs to be hooked into the TV, in addition to the connectivity choices listed above.

Customers who want a more complete home audio setup can pair the new soundbar with Bose’s back speakers and bass modules. Customers who own the Bose QuietComfort 45 headphones can connect them to the Smart Soundbar 900 for use when they don’t want to wake up the rest of the house.

Another feature of the Bose Smart Soundbar 900 worth noting is that it offers an immersive audio experience by making realistic-sounding audio. An example given by the company states that when watching a movie in which there is an aircraft flying overhead, then the audio will be heard by the viewer from above them.

The price for the Bose Smart Soundbar 900 will be $899.95 and will be available later this month.