Rumours advise that Sonos is scheming 3 new pieces of hardware for launch in 2020, with a new Dolby Atmos Playbar among them.
Despite not rising any new products so distant in 2020, it’s been a bustling year for Sonos. There was a emanate with comparison products not receiving new updates, followed by a proclamation of a S2 handling complement and a new launch of Sonos Radio.
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Speculation has pragmatic that we’ll be saying not only one square of hardware from Sonos, though three. Lined adult are a new Playbar, Sub and Play:5, all due for recover after this year.
The Playbar launched all a proceed behind in 2013, before Dolby Atmos became a trend in a home cinema market. The Sonos Sub was expelled forward of a Playbar in 2012, while a 2nd gen Play:5 went on sale in late 2015. That’s copiousness prolonged adequate time to wait for a hardware modernise of those products.
The strange Playbar shipped with no HDMI connectors or upfiring Atmos speakers, both of that would obligate a new pattern if Sonos was to join a flourishing list of Dolby Atmos soundbars available.
According to a tip 9to5mac perceived about a hardware refresh, improvements to a Playbar, Sub and Play:5 might embody tweaks to audio, “connectivity upgrades and intensity pattern changes”. It’s expected they’ll follow a identical pattern proceed as a Sonos Beam, One wireless orator and Sonos Move Bluetooth speaker.
Sonos filed dual applications with a FCC final month, and if that timeline proves to be a same as a company’s FCC filing for 2019’s Move speaker, we could be saying these products launch in June. That would total adult with what a association has pronounced formerly about a launch of a S2 handling system, that is also due to occur in, we guessed it, June.