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There is something solid and safe about the speakers from Sonos. You know what you are buying: sound in folkevognsklassen with ambitions to be a Ferrari.

that's How it is with the company's latest speaker called Sonos Arc. It is the fourth bid on a soundbar with the Playbar, Playbase and Beam as the precursors

Beam, I have already in my private tv setup and nicely complemented by 2 x Sonos One as rear speakers. The subwoofer I have yet to invest in.

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I love the sound, as the small and affordable Beam provides. It is the perfect soundbar for all of us who just want good sound out of the tv, but not specialists.

Anyway, I have been looking forward to the Sonos Arc, which is double up on it all. Soundbaren is thus significantly larger than the Beam. This is because there must be room for more and more audio devices than in the Beam.

It is also common ground that the sound is significantly 'larger' in the Arc, which it must be for the double price. There is good pressure on the bass when you want it. And a very strong, balanced and good sound whether you're watching tv or use one of the many online services, you can put into Sonos' app.

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You must have plenty of space on the tv table to the Sonos Arc. You can also hang soundbaren up, but the bracket is optional. Pr photo

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When it comes to the app, ran aground, however, I several times. During the set up I had so give up to use my Android phone and switch to an iPad to get it to succeed.

You will also need either an iPad or iPhone, if you want to finetune the sound with Sonos technology called Trueplay. It works not on Android.

In general, it is a cumbersome operation to change out a Sonos system, just like the app itself even in the newest 2. generation has a tendency to behave like a snail and often keeps a illogical break or not perform the commands.

there can certainly be several explanations. My best is that the app still need to be re-imagined and improved. Alone the many clicks you need to go through in order to reach a function, should give pause for thought at Sonos. And so, I think that Sonos' choice of private wi-fi standard and the creation of the network is to get the app and the speed to 'hiccup'.

The write notifiers

The Verge: Immersive soundbar as enthusiasts will love Great Atmos soundbar with wireless audio

Whats Hi-Fi?: A very special quality

Colour: the Drawers a bit

Engadget: worth the Wait

Inputmag: Best tv solution from Sonos

the faculty of A worthy successor

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Besides using the app to control sitting there touchknapper on the top of the soundbaren to control the volume, stop playback or jump in numbers. There are also built-in a microphone to the stemmetjenester as Google Assistant. Pr photo

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It is so not Sonos Arc, which creates the problems, because they have been around for a long time. Rather, it is the new soundbar's 'fault' that you run the risk of buying half a product.

The strongest argument for buying the news is that it now supports lydstandarden Dolby Atmos, which provides an incredible sound on the videos, which use this standard.

So if you have a tv that is new enough to have the right HDMI standard built-in. And it has my otherwise fairly new tv from Samsung is not. My guess is that many Danish tv-owners also do not have the right tv.

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the color scheme is still conservative with Sonos: Black or white. Pr photo

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It is annoying to discover when you have dragged the big speaker with the home. So set it at the top of the checklist before you buy: Have your tv in the HDMI standard, eArc, or Arc? It does not, you can forget about to force the Dolby Atmos out of the soundbaren.

And so to the verdict - I would buy the Sonos Arc? Since I already own Beam and not have a tv that supports Atmos on the Sonos Arc, the answer is clearly 'no'. There covers Beam fine my needs.

If I am out and find a new soundbar, I would consider the Arc. It is more powerful and better positioned for the future than the Beam. Even without Dolby Atmos.

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