Today's TVs strive to outdo each other with pin-sharp images. Hardly anyone can remember all the technical terms. Resolutions of 4k, 8k, HDR, Dolby Vision....there is no end. Nowadays, TV sizes tend also to be a bit larger. 55" almost seems "normal" in many living rooms.
All well and good. But what about the right sound to go with the perfect picture? George Lucas once said that 60% of a film is the music. The good man was absolutely right. What applies to cinemas should also apply to the living room if you want to bring the cinema experience into your own home. The built-in loudspeakers in TVs cannot reproduce this, because with such a small depth, it is simply impossible to squeeze out a good sound. But it doesn't always have to be the highly complex, professional home cinema solution with what feels like 30 speakers in a soundproof hobby room. To generate the right home cinema sound, many consumers buy so-called soundbars. However, a soundbar is not always a guarantee of powerful sound moments. The range is huge.
With the Sonos Ray, the Sonos Beam and the premium solution Sonos Arc, the manufacturer from Santa Barbara, California, delivers great sound for TV, movies, gaming and more. However, Sonos not only transforms the living room into a home cinema experience, but also manages to perfectly implement the quieter moments on the software side. What do we mean by that?