After launching its finances Ray AirPlay 2 soundbar, Apple Music voice management again in Might, and seeing a delay of its finances subwoofer, we’ve received a have a look at Sonos’ upcoming high-end speaker. Codenamed “Optimo 2,” The Verge shared an unique have a look at the longer term flagship product.
An FCC submitting surfaced in June for the finances subwoofer from Sonos hinting we may have seen a summer season launch for that product. Nevertheless, the corporate just lately informed The Verge that it has “determined to push an anticipated product launch” into Q1 2023.
Sonos Optimo 2 flagship speaker
Shifting again to its high-end choices, Sonos is making progress on its next-gen flagship speaker. The Verge received entry to early “work-in-progress” pictures of what’s codenamed the “Optimo 2.”
The Verge’s Chris Welch writes “Encased in a cool, dual-angled shell, the brand new gadget can be positioned because the best-sounding speaker that Sonos has ever produced. It contains an arsenal of drivers, together with a number of that fireside in several instructions from beneath the shell between the entrance speaker grille and backplate. The 3D recreation above is bronze-colored, however Optimo 2 will possible keep on with Sonos’ conventional white and black coloration decisions.”
Optimo 2 appears to be like related in measurement to the Sonos 5 and in response to sources conversant in the product, it options 2x the RAM and 8x “extra flash reminiscence than any earlier Sonos speaker.”
If the present plans comply with via, Optimo 2 will help each WiFi and Bluetooth playback, include built-in microphones, computerized EQ, and a USB-C line-in can be being thought of.
Sonos Optimo household
Optimo 2 ought to be a first-rate strategy to expertise Dolby Atmos audio and The Verge additionally notes that this flagship Sonos speaker can be “the lead product in a trio of in-the-works gadgets, which can even embrace an Optimo 1 and Optimo 1 SL.” SL is Sonos’ product naming for audio system with out built-in mics.
3D rendering by The Verge’s Grayson Blackmon
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