The second generation of Sonos’ most popular products, the Beam soundbar, has been updated to support Dolby Atmos.
Following the debut in early October, we had the chance to try out the new product, which may not seem like much of an improvement at first glance, but it can really take home theater viewing to a new level in the right circumstances.
In mid-September, Sonos unveiled the second generation of the Beam soundbar, which looks almost identical to its predecessor. It has changed under the hood that makes it Dolby Atmos compatible.
It’s still a step behind the Sonos Arc, but it’s an ideal choice for those who want more than just the sound of a TV and want a system that can be expanded later.
The front grille is now made of polycarbonate (instead of the previous fabric), which helps to provide a better sound experience.