Leaked mini Sennheiser Dolby Atmos soundbar has the specs to beat Sonos Beam

It appears to be like like Sennheiser is on the point of launch the Sennheiser Ambeo Mini, a brand new super-compact Dolby Atmos soundbar, very quickly – judging by a leak on the corporate’s personal web site that exposed the as-yet-unannounced TV speaker.

The soundbar says that it’s going to ship “the world’s most immersive sound potential from only one compact machine”, and although in-depth technical details about the variety of audio system and different specs is lacking from the location, there are nonetheless loads of particulars – together with affirmation that it’s going to assist each Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, self-calibration tech, and Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for music streaming. It sounds able to rival the most effective soundbars in relation to options.

All we learn about its sound capabilities, aside from assist for 3D audio codecs, is that it’s going to embrace “high-end full vary drivers” and “built-in 4-inch twin subwoofers”. So, it is clearly designed to be an all-in-one system for smaller TVs, very similar to the Sonos Beam 2nd Gen though the leaked footage clarify that it may be used with the Sennheiser Ambeo Sub, which launched alongside the implausible Sennheiser Ambeo Soundbar Plus, if you wish to add extra bass.

The Ambeo Mini can clearly work with the Ambeo Sub, however the specs make it seem to be you will not want it. (Picture credit score: Sennheiser)

The image with the Ambeo Sub can also be helpful as a result of the leak would not reveal the dimensions of the smaller soundbar in any respect, however we will make an estimation by evaluating it to the Sub, for which we do know the dimensions.