Bose unveils new Dolby Atmos-enabled home entertainment speaker 850 for $9,999

Bose today announced the launch of the new Bose Home Entertainment Speakers 850 with Dolby Atmos support, priced at RMB 9,999, and will be available from May 15 in official Bose stores, official online platforms and authorized Bose resellers Simultaneous sale in stores.

The Bose Home Entertainment Speaker 850 features speaker arrays, Dipole transducers and Low-profile transducers combined with Bose Spatial Acoustics technology to “create a sense of realism unmatched by other speakers.”

Powered by Bose’s PhaseGuide directional sound technology, the Home Entertainment Speakers 850 accurately present and “fix” sound in rooms where there are no speakers. So, you can “feel the helicopter hovering right above you, and the actor is not in front of your screen, but seems to be running by you; for example, when the singer is singing, if he is standing on the left of the center, then you will You will hear the sound playing to the left of center.”

Bose said that for non-Dolby Atmos content, Bose TrueSpace Enhanced Original Sound technology adds “height” to the sound by resynthesizing the sound signal, allowing users to enjoy Dolby Atmos-like spatial effects without having to configure speakers on the ceiling.

And when watching TV or playing music, Bose QuietPort technology enables the Bose Home Entertainment Speakers 850 to deliver exceptional bass performance with near-zero distortion at any volume. Bose’s unique ADAPTiQ intelligent sound field adjustment technology automatically corrects the sound field according to the layout of the home, ensuring a high-quality listening experience anytime and anywhere.

In terms of size, the height, depth and length of the Bose Home Entertainment Speaker 850 are 5.8 cm, 11 cm and 105 cm respectively. Designed with rounded corners and a metal grille, the product features tight seams, clean lines, and a polished, impact-resistant tempered glass surface that’s perfect for TVs 50 inches and above.

Connect it to your TV with just an HDMI eARC cable; or pair it with a phone or tablet via Bluetooth in seconds. The Bose Home Entertainment Speakers 850 support wireless connection to Bose subwoofers and surround speakers, and the new Bose QuietComfort45 headphones can also be paired with the new Bose QuietComfort45 headphones for an exclusive, private audio-visual feast with SimpleSync in the app. Users can pair products, personalize settings and update devices through the Bose Music App.

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