Nov 22, 2019
Beam is the home theater speaker system in the Sonos universe. Positioned as a compact soundbar, the model not only sounds good, but also bears the proud title of “smart” thanks to the int...Read More
Connecting and installing the soundbar to compare Sonos Beam vs Bose Soundbar 700 is quick and easy: we unpack it, connect the electric and HDMI cables, place the device directly in front of the TV. To hang the soundbar on the wall, you will have to buy a separate bracket. If your TV does not have an HDMI output, but has ARC (Audio Return Channel), an adapter with HDMI to the optical audio cable that comes with it is useful. The soundbar has a built-in Alexa voice assistant from Amazon, which is also configured through the app. Sonos Beam can be set to control the soundbar volume using the TV’s remote control, regardless of how the device is connected to the TV. There are 3.0 built-in channels.
Add the optional Bose Bass Module 700 subwoofer and Bose Surround Speakers to enjoy rumble bass and full, surround sound to beat Sonos in the Bose Soundbar 700 vs Sonos Beam battle. Want to listen to music in every room? The Soundbar 700 is part of the Bose line of smart speakers and soundbars that can be combined into multi-room systems and listen to music in several rooms. The Bose ADAPTiQ automatic sound calibration system of its own design optimizes the sound of the system taking into account the unique characteristics of the room, which guarantees maximum playback quality. There are 3.0 built-in channels. Input rating is 65W.
The Bose Soundbar 700 is better soundbar in this comparison. Check Bose Soundbar 700 price