Soundbar Bose Ultra: Dolby Atmos, ADAPTiQ, glass and AI Dialogue mode

The Bose Ultra soundbar will replace the 900 in the Bose portfolio and become the new flagship. With a length of 104.5 cm, it is unlikely to fit TVs with a diagonal of less than 50 inches. The top panel made of tempered glass will look even more impressive in front of a large screen. The manufacturer claims that it is unlikely to break it. However, nothing is said about potential reflections.

From its predecessor, Ultra retained ADAPTiQ room acoustics calibration, Dolby Atmos for movies and music, eARC, Wi-Fi, AirPlay 2, Bluetooth, as well as the ability to use Google Assistant and Alexa. However, this list does not include support for DTS audio.

However, the new product received a completely new AI Dialogue function. “Using machine learning, the sound bar automatically adjusts tonal balance, making spoken words easier to hear without losing the impact of immersive sound effects,” Bose said.

At the Bose Official site, the Bose Ultra soundbar costs $899.00.

Some Key Features Soundbar Bose Ultra

Quick and easy setup
The Bose Smart Ultra Soundbar uses a single connection to your TV. Simply connect the Bose soundbar to power and download the Bose Music app to your mobile device to complete the setup.

Private — or party — listening
With Bose SimpleSync, pair your Bose Smart Ultra Soundbar with select Bose headphones for a personal listening experience. Or group your soundbar with other Bose Bluetooth® speakers for a seamless, whole-home audio experience.

Control. At your fingertips
With the Bose Music app, you can set up your soundbar, choose your voice assistant, and set up Voice4Video, a Bose technology that expands your Alexa voice assistant control capabilities so you can control your soundbar, TV, cable, or satellite box with just your voice.

Stream anything
With Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Apple AirPlay 2, Spotify Connect, and Chromecast, you can wirelessly stream whatever you love, however you want.

ADAPTiQ Calibration
ADAPTiQ optimizes the sound of your system for the acoustics of your room. The calibration process measures the properties of your room and adjusts the sound of your system accordingly.

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