Sonos could also be on the subject of releasing a brand new soundbar known as the Arc, as apparent advertising and marketing pictures of the software have been shared on Twitter by leaker and WinFuture creator Roland Quandt. The Arc appears to have up-firing audio system and could be considerably longer than the existing Sonos Beam soundbar.
You’ll see the images for your self in Quandt’s tweet, embedded under:
Sonos Arc advertising collateral pic.twitter.com/sMUiFBs2RC
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) May 5, 2020
The Primary image in the most sensible-left displays simply how much longer the Arc could be when put next with the 25.6-inch Beam. And the picture of the Arc’s internals in the lower-left seems to turn the brand new soundbar will not best have upward-firing audio system, but also two outward-firing ones and four front-firing ones.
It’s uncertain precisely how a lot the Arc may cost, however Quandt responded to his own tweet with a clue: “worth: cash, numerous it.”
Dave Zatz shared images of what seem to be the Arc over the weekend, even though he referred to as it an upgrade to the Sonos Playbar and did not mention the Arc title. the new soundbar may just are available black and white, in step with Zatz’s pictures, and should have Apple’s AirPlay 2 and Dolby Atmos on-board, he stated.
Earlier lately, Quandt posted pictures of what appear to be a new Sonos Five speaker, which looks like a a successor to the Sonos Play:FIVE, and a 3rd-era Sonos Sub on Twitter and in an article on WinFuture. 9to5Mac mentioned on all 3 of the new Sonos speakers on April 29th, although didn’t mention the Arc or Sonos Five names.
Sonos has been teasing a few more or less statement for tomorrow, May 6th, so it seems possible these three audio system may well be unveiled soon.