Bose announced its new Smart Soundbar 900. The flagship Bose TV sound bar comes with plenty of equipment such as Dolby Atmos and the two voice assistants Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.
Shortly after the new QuietComfort 45 headphones, the company has already presented the new Bose Smart Soundbar 900 is the new top model from the well-known manufacturer.
The new Bose TV sound bar from Bose is the successor to the Bose Soundbar 700 and supports Dolby Digital and Dolby TrueHD as well as Dolby Atmos. Thanks to the ADAPTiQ audio room calibration, it adapts the sound reproduction to the room. In addition to the supplied remote control and the app, the soundbar bose can also be controlled by voice. After all, both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant are “built-in”.
The Voice4Video function ensures that not only the Smart Soundbar 900 but also connected TV sets as well as cable and satellite receivers can be switched on and operated simply by voice command on Alexa. Noise-rejecting microphones work together to listen in every direction for your commands, even when the music’s playing loudly. For times when you want privacy, just disable the microphones with the mic-off button.
In addition to WLAN, Bluetooth 4.2, Spotify Connect, and Apple AirPlay 2 for wireless connections, various connections are available. In addition to HDMI eARC, there is an optical input, a network connection, a USB connection for services, and the ADAPTiQ input. In addition, a bass module and an IR blaster can optionally be connected by cable. Unfortunately, there are no other HDMI inputs for players.
Bose Smart Soundbar 900 price and availability
The new Bose Dolby Atmos Soundbar 900 will go on sale on September 24, but can already be pre-ordered from Amazon.com, and BestBuy.com. It is available in black and white. The recommended retail price is around $899.99. For this price, however, there is only the soundbar without an external subwoofer.