Sonos’ upcoming Era 300 and 100 speakers revealed in nearly full detail
With the recent leaks of Sonos’ upcoming Era 300 and 100 speakers, we finally have a nearly full picture of what these products will bring to the table. Here’s a breakdown of what we know so far.
First and foremost, it’s clear that the new Era speakers will have a more refined and high-end look than their predecessors. The grilles have been swapped out for a more luxurious fabric, and the overall shape has been tweaked to give the impression of a more premium product.
While the design is certainly an improvement, it’s the new features that will really get people excited about the Era speakers. Firstly, they will pack in support for Dolby Atmos, which will provide a more immersive and realistic sound experience.
The speakers will also sport built-in Amazon Alexa support, allowing users to take advantage of all the features and benefits that come with the popular smart assistant. This includes hands-free voice control, music playback, and more.
Finally, the new Era speakers will come with an updated version of Sonos’ Trueplay tuning software. This will allow the speakers to automatically adjust the sound profile to suit the specific acoustics of the room they’re being used in.
Price and Availability
While we don’t yet have official pricing for the Era 300 and 100 speakers, it’s safe to say that they won’t come cheap. based on the features and design, we expect them to come in at the high-end of the Sonos speaker range.
As for availability, the new Era speakers are expected to be released sometime in March. This lines up with previous rumors, which suggested that the speakers would be unveiled at an event on March 9th.