Bose has introduced three new stereos for demanding ears. Among them we find the new Bose SoundTouch 300 soundbar , a soundbar aimed at the high-end that offers all the sound quality to which Bose is accustomed , but with a contained size. In addition, the Bose SoundTouch 300 soundbar incorporates both WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity , which will allow us to play content from any device. Let's go over the features of the new Bose SoundTouch 300 soundbar .
If we want to get a cinema sound to complement the brand new television that we have just bought, we have several options on the market. The best is, without a doubt, to acquire an entire 5.1 speaker system, or even 7.1 . The problem is that not all users are willing or able to fill the living room with cables and large speakers. For this type of audience there are sound bars . As with speakers, the world of soundbars is vast, and there are models of many different price points. IF we are looking for a sound close to what a complete speaker system can offer us, we will have to opt for a high-end sound bar .
Included in this range is the new Bose SoundTouch 300 soundbar . This sound bar offers us a classic design, very much in the style of other products of the company, but very elegant, with a glass top panel and a perforated front grille to allow the sound to come out better. On the left side of the bar we will have icons that will show us the type of connection that the bar has. The bar features a sleek gloss black color and has been designed not to take up too much space. The full size of the Bose SoundTouch 300 are 97.8 x 5.7 x 10.8 cm , with a weight of 4.71 kg .
To achieve wide sound that appears to be coming from different positions, the Bose soundbar uses PhaseGuide technology to move sound to the left and right of the room, thus being able to place sound where we don't have physical speakers. Additionally, the Bose SoundTouch 300 bar also features QuietPort technology , which ensures deep, clean bass at any volume , without distortion. The Bose soundbar also includes an advanced DSP system that balances all frequencies, in addition to using the ADAPTiQ calibration system., to customize the sound according to the room.
In terms of connectivity, the Bose SoundTouch 300 soundbar incorporates an HDMI input and an HDMI output with Audio Return Channel (ARC) . The HDMI connectors are compatible with 4K signals . The bar also incorporates an optical digital audio input , an Ethernet connector , a 3.5-millimeter jack connector to connect the calibrated microphone , a jack connector to connect a wired subwoofer and a micro-USB connector . At a wireless level, it offers Bluetooth connectivity with the possibility of using the NFC and WiFi system .
However, this Bose soundbar has two "buts." For one thing, it doesn't include a wireless subwoofer . While it is true that it is possible to combine it with a Bose subwoofer , as we will now see, this will have to be purchased separately. On the other hand, the bar only supports DTS and Dolby Digital sound , but not Dolby True HD and DTS Master Audio high definition sounds .
If we want to build a 5.1 set using the bar as a front trio, Bose offers the possibility of purchasing a wireless subwoofer and a pair of satellite speakers separately. The subwoofer is the Acoustimass 300 and the satellites are the Virtually Invisible 300 , all of them wireless. Of course, the set will not come cheap.
The Bose SoundTouch 300 soundbar will be available in our country from October . In the United States they are priced at $ 700 , so we assume that the conversion into euros will not be far from that price. If you are interested in forming a complete set, the wireless subwoofer Acoustimass 300 is priced at $ 700 , while satellites Virtually Invisible 300 have a cost of $ 300 .