Sennheiser plans to make special soundscape more accessible this year
Audio device manufacturer Sennheiser has long been advocating the advantages of its Ambeo 3D audio technology. However, the access to this technology was pretty limited until now. Sennheiser in an effort to make special soundscape more accessible, has launched the first speaker product of the company in 2018, which will pack the Ambeo 3D Sound Bar. Showing it off at the CES, 2018 event held in Las Vegas, the company says that the speaker packs about 13 speakers in total – with about nine of it across the front, the other four angles on both the sides.
According to a report published by Engadget, the Ambeo 3D Soundbar features a subwoofer option as well, for an enhanced audio experience. Talking about its connectivity, the speaker ends up packing a trio of HDMI inputs – one HDMI output and input for each – analog as well as optical.
The speaker is completely wireless, with support for both – Bluetooth as well as Wi-Fi. There’s also voice control for those who enjoy sending in commands. The company also showcased the speaker’s prototype, which the final product to arrive soon. The speaker features 4-inches in terms of size, which is not really a deal-breaker as such.
“Sennheiser says it will also upscale, or as the company calls it, ‘upmix,’ non-3D audio to sound better on the speaker,” notes Engadget. The speaker won’t be as good in recording as it would be in outputting music, due to its true 9.1 support. Sennheiser revealed that they are actively working with different music labels in order to generate and provide more content for 3D audio capture at sporting events and more.
Individuals even have the option of opting for Ambeo soundbar in the normal stereo mode. Individuals need not worry about any tweaks as such. The company hasn’t revealed the pricing and availability details about the speaker.