The Bose Smart Soundbar 300 is the latest entry-level soundbar speaker, which is now available to pre-order in the US. The Bose sound bar has a simple and elegant design that connects to other portable Bose stereo systems or smart speakers for great listening.
The thickness is just a little more than 5cm, so it can be installed neatly under the TV. Smart Soundbar 300 has HDMI ARC, and Optical connection to connect to the TV. The support for Airplay 2 allows Smart Bar 300 to connect fast and stable wireless audio to the iPhone, especially Apple TV 4K. The Bose TV sound bars also have Spotify Connect, WiFi, and Bluetooth.
The Bose Soundbars can also connect to a wide variety of Bose audio products, including portable speakers, headphones: Bose Soundlink Revolve, Bose QuietComfort 35 II, Bose SoundSport Free, Bose SoundSport Wireless, Bose Noise Canceling 700 headphones, and other cinema speakers like Bose Surround Speakers, Bass Module 500. These settings will be done via the Bose Music app.
The Bose sound bar supports popular virtual assistants such as Alexa and Google Assistant, Voice4Video technology uses an omnidirectional noise-canceling microphone, helping these two assistants to capture more sensitive commands, even when playing music at high volume.
Alongside the new Bose TV sound bars uses a single connection to your TV via the included optical cable or an optional HDMI cable. Just connect it to your TV, plug it into power, and turn it on.
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Earlier this month, Bose has also introduced the new QuietComfort Noise Cancelling Earbuds should not only offer the “world’s most effective noise cancelling”, but also an incomparable top-quality sound. And the new “Frames” sunglasses with built-in speakers so that you can listen to music, use a voice assistant, or make calls without having to resort to earphones. The sound should even be loud enough to use while cycling.