Transform your listening experience with this white Sonos Arc Premium smart soundbar. The 3-D sound technology and Dolby Atmos produce immersive audio delivery from all directions, while the Sonos App lets you stream music and podcasts wirelessly. This Sonos Arc Premium smart soundbar features 11 high-performance drivers and elliptical woofers for rich bass frequencies, and the low-profile design blends with walls discreetly.
Immerse yourself in the music
Stream music, radio, podcasts, and more from your favorite services with the Sonos app or Apple AirPlay 2 when the TV is off.
The Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa are built right in, so you can play music, check news, set alarms, get your questions answered, and more, completely hands free.
Mute for privacy
Turn the microphone off with a tap. The LED light is hardwired and will also turn off so you know your voice assistant isn't listening.
Expand your sound system
When you're ready, wirelessly connect more Sonos speakers and enjoy listening in more rooms.
Build out your home theater
Wirelessly connect Sonos Sub and a pair of One SL rears (sold separately) for an even more immersive listening experience.
Trueplay™ puts the speaker-tuning capability of the pros in the palm of your hands, adapting and optimizing the sound of the speaker to the unique acoustics of the room.
Detects when Arc is mounted and smartly adjusts the EQ to temper bass resonance.
Ambient light sensor
Arc detects how bright the room is and automatically adjusts the brightness of the LEDs to be visible but not distracting.
Hear every word
Arc was specially tuned with the help of Oscar-winning sound engineers to emphasize the human voice so you can always follow the story. Turn on Speech Enhancement in the app to clarify dialogue when characters talk quietly or action intensifies.
Stream via your Wi-Fi network, and wirelessly connect more Sonos speakers to expand your sound system.
Bring your phone up to Arc to automatically pair and securely transfer Wi-Fi credentials using near-field communication (NFC).
Eleven high-performance drivers
Arc's advanced processing creates five phased-array channels that masterfully deliver sound to your ears from all directions at the exact right moment.
Increased bandwidth supports high-quality audio and has lip-sync compensation built in.
Blends in beautifully
With its elongated shape, soft profile, and seamless facade, Arc discreetly mounts to the wall or sits beneath the TV without pulling focus.
Capacitive touch controls
Play, pause, skip tracks, adjust the volume, and group rooms just by tapping or swiping the top of the soundbar.
3D sound with Dolby Atmos
Experience shows, movies, and games with the precise and immersive sound of Dolby Atmos. Arc's upward-firing drivers create a multi-dimensional soundstage that then moves around you, rendering every whisper and explosion with dramatic clarity, detail, and depth.
Sonos Arc Soundbar with Dolby Atmos, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa
A:AnswerThe Sonos Arc WILL deliver Dolby Atmos sound through an older Arc HDMI connection. It's done via lossy Dolby Digital Plus,. but the sound is indeed Atmos and it sounds great. Is an eArc connection better, I'd say yes. But you don't need to get a new TV with eArc just yet as long as you have an Arc HDMI port.
A:AnswerYes you can using the Sonos App. It uses WiFi instead of Bluetooth, which is better as you won’t hear those anyone disruptions when you get a text or message. You can also link your Music services and stream directly from them, you’ll love that feature with Spotify.
A:AnswerThe Arc's upfiring speakers are at a (approx.) 70 degree angle up from the forward facing front speakers. You will likely need to give enough clearance between the TV (recommended 4 inches) or have the Arc pushed far up enough that the TV or shelf does not obstruct the sound from those speakers
A:AnswerHi, and thank you for your question. No, our products don't turn off. They go into a low power state if not in use, but they always stay on. This is because of the nature of the use of our products. If they turned off, you would have to power it on and wait for it to reconnect everytime you wanted to listen to music or watch a movie. Which means you would either have to get up, or we would have to include a remote (which nobody likes lol)
If you'd like to turn that light off, you can in the room settings. Go to settings -> system -> select the room name -> scroll down to find "status lights" --- you'll see a toggle switch to turn it off and on!
Hope this helps! :)
A:AnswerHi, and thanks for your question. It is possible that this could severely decrease your sound quality, as the front speakers are pointed straight forward, and the atmos speakers are pointed up. However, every room environment is different so it's difficult to say how much it will impact your experience.
A:AnswerOwning a 2019 75” Q70R, the Sonos ARC works for me. When using apps such as VUDU where 4K content w/Atmos is stored, the Atmos symbol is displayed on the info screen. You need to go into sound settings of the tv and select the Sonos ARC which shows up as Reciever (HDMI). This is provided you have the Sonos ARC powered and wired in using the HDMI ARC jack of your TV or in the case of some newer sets, the HDMI E-ARC. That is all you have to do to make it work from your TV. Afterwards set up the Sonos ARC using the new Sonos app and your good to go. I did not choose my my TV knowing the Sonos was going to be added but it just so happens to tuck in perfectly between the feet. The sound is great coming from the sound bar but we utilize the The Gen 3 sub and a pair of Sonos 1s for extra bass and surround channels.