Sonos Beam (2nd gen)

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Opinie eksperta : Simon Cohen (

Sonos Beam (Gen 2) review: Improved immersion with Dolby Atmos


The original Sonos Beam was a nearly perfect small-size soundbar for bedrooms. With the addition of Dolby Atmos, the Gen 2 model is even better.

“Dolby Atmos adds a splash of 3D fun to an already excellent soundbar.”


Opinie eksperta : What Hi-Fi? (

Sonos Beam (Gen 2) review


What Hi-Fi? Awards 2022 winner. The Beam comes of age with an excellent Dolby Atmos interpretation

Effective handling of Dolby Atmos ; Warm, refined sound ; Streaming smarts

No additional HDMI ports ; Doesn’t support DTS:X

The Beam Gen 2 delivers with a mature and polished sound and effective virtual Atmos performance


Opinie eksperta : Will Greenwald (

Sonos Beam (Gen 2) Review


Big sound field for its size ; Full and crisp sound, from low-mids to highs ; Dolby Atmos audio sounds precise and immersive, even without rear speakers

Not much deep bass without optional (and pricey) subwoofer ; No Bluetooth support ; Trueplay audio tuning only available for iOS

The second-generation Sonos Beam soundbar adds Dolby Atmos support and two more audio processing channels, for an impressive sound field that retains the previous model's compact size.


Opinie eksperta : Simon Lucas (

Sonos Beam (2nd Gen) review: impressive Dolby Atmos from a cheap soundbar


The Sonos Beam 2 offers more deft and refined sound than most affordable soundbars, and now brings the bigger audio of Dolby Atmos

Deft, poised and weighty sound ; Expansive and well-defined presentation ; Good control options and app

No HDMI passthrough ; Not the sonic height you might hope for

The Sonos Beam 2 delivers delivers mild but definite improvements on the (outstanding) product it replaces, with performance that defies its dimensions. It’s not quite as emphatically Dolby Atmos-y as might have been hoped, and the lack of HDMI...


Opinie eksperta : Chris Welch (

Sonos Beam (second-gen) review: Atmos(t) a minor upgrade


Without any up-firing speakers, Atmos isn't as effective.

Wider, more expansive sound ; HDMI eARC brings better performance ; Sleeker design than first Beam

No up-facing Atmos speakers ; Doesn’t have automatic Trueplay ; Same acoustic architecture as prior model

The new Sonos Beam is slightly more expensive than the original model and now costs $449, but it comes with upgrades like HDMI eARC, a sleeker design, and support for Dolby Atmos audio.


Opinie eksperta : Olivia Tambini (

Sonos Beam (Gen 2) review


The Sonos Beam (Gen 2) is the latest soundbar from multi-room audio giant Sonos, improving on the company's original mini soundbar with virtual Dolby Atmos, HDMI eARC compatibility, and a refreshed design. While it's a little more expensive than the...

Wide soundstage HDMI eARC support Hi-res audio compatibility Compact design Easily upgradeable

Slightly more expensive than the original No upfiring tweeters TruePlay only works with iOS devices

The Sonos Beam (Gen 2) is a great upgrade compared to the original soundbar, coming with Dolby Atmos support, HDMI eARC compatibility, and a refreshed design. Although we weren’t entirely convinced by the virtual Atmos on offer, this soundbar sounds...

Opinie eksperta : Britta O'Boyle (

Sonos Beam (2021, 2nd Gen) review: Compact soundbar delivers plenty of clout


Should you upgrade your original Beam? Or should you consider the second-gen Sonos Beam over the excellent-but-pricier Sonos Arc?

Compact size and excellent sound ; Multiple voice assistants supported ; Virtual Dolby Atmos support enhances immersion ; Adds HDMI eARC for easier setup

Not as good when at lower volumes ; More expensive than original ; Adding additional speakers for true surround is pricey

Although a moderate upgrade from the original - unless Virtual Dolby Atmos is very important to you - the second-gen Beam is an excellent compact soundbar that'll not only boost your TV viewing, but make your home smarter thanks to smart assistant...


Opinie eksperta : Chris Davies (

Sonos Beam (Gen 2) Review – Dolby Atmos magic


Sonos' original Beam wowed with just how much home theater audio it packed into its tiny footprint, and now the Beam (Gen 2) is adding Dolby Atmos to the mix. A little more expensive at $449,…

Dolby Atmos support adds extra sense of audio height ; Wider, more immersive soundstage ; Easy setup and minimal footprint in your room ; Sonos' multi-room support still can't be beat

$449 price tag makes it an expensive soundbar ; Falls short of the full Dolby Atmos experience ; No Bluetooth or auto Trueplay tuning


Opinie eksperta : Matt Tate (

Sonos Beam Gen 2 review


The updated Sonos Beam adds Dolby Atmos to an already great audio package

Atmos works better than you’d expect ; Compact, stylish design ; Alexa and Google Assistant well implemented ; Easy to use

Only one HDMI port ; No HDMI passthrough

The addition of Dolby Atmos makes Sonos’ already excellent compact soundbar even better


Opinie eksperta : Jake Thauvette (

Sonos Beam (Gen 2) Review


The Sonos Beam Gen 2 is a 5.0 setup that's the upgraded version of the Sonos Beam. It has a similar design to its predecessor, but it comes with Dolby Atmos supp...

Dolby Atmos support. Bass and treble adjustments. Room correction feature (iOS only). Dialogue enhancement feature.

Doesn't get very loud. Lacks low-bass. No graphic EQ.

The Sonos Beam Gen 2 is satisfactory for mixed usage. This 5.0 setup comes with a Trueplay room correction feature that lets iOS users optimize audio reproduction based on their room's acoustics. It supports Dolby Atmos content, and it has a wide,...


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