Sennheiser launches Ambeo soundbar Plus and Sub in India

Sennheiser Ambeo Soundbar Plus sells at ₹1,39,990 while the Ambeo Sub will retail at ₹69,990

August 25, 2023 12:24 pm | Updated August 29, 2023 03:10 pm IST

Sennheiser launches Ambeo soundbar Plus and Sub in India

Sennheiser launches Ambeo soundbar Plus and Sub in India | Photo Credit: Special Arrangements

Sennheiser has launched the Ambeo soundbar Plus and a subwoofer (Sub) in India, in the premium segment. The new Ambeo range will compete against Sony’s premium home theatre soundbars and subwoofers.

The Ambeo soundbar Plus claims to be the world’s first 7.1.4. standalone soundbar. It can produce 400W of sound output. The soundbar Plus comes with customisable presets, an equaliser, Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, 360 Reality Audio and MPEG-H Audio.

The Sennheiser soundbar Plus uses the Ambeo OS and is compatible with Apple AirPlay 2, Spotify Connect, TIDAL Connect, and works with a Google Assistant-enabled device with Chromecast built-in. It can even work with Alexa built-in and Apple Siri. The soundbar Plus gets Bluetooth and Wi-Fi features as well.

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Similarly, the Ambeo Sub can produce 350W of sound output and has all the features available through the Sennheiser Smart Control app. Users can connect up to four subwoofers. It also adjusts the music depending on the acoustics of room - just like the soundbar Plus.

The Sennheiser Ambeo soundbar Plus sells at ₹1,39,990 while the Ambeo Sub will retail at ₹69,990. Both are available on Amazon, offline stores and on the company’s portal.

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