Bose has introduced three new audio equipment for discerning ears. Among them are the new Bose sound bar SoundTouch 300, a sound bar aimed at the high-end offering all the sound quality to which we are accustomed Bose, but with a size content. In addition, the Bose sound bar SoundTouch 300 incorporates both WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, allowing us to play content from any device. Let’s review the features of the new Bose sound bar SoundTouch 300.
If we get a film sound to complement the brand new TV that just bought, we have several options on the market. is the best undoubtedly acquire a whole speaker system 5.1, or even 7.1. The problem is that not all users are willing or able to fill the living room of cables and large speakers. For this audience there are sound bars. As is the case with speakers, the world of sound bars is very wide, and there are many different pricing models. If we look for a close to what we can offer a complete sound speaker system, we must choose a sound bar high end.
In this range the new soundbar SoundTouch 300 Bose is included. This sound bar offers a classic design, much like other products of the company, but very elegant, with a glass top panel and front grille perforated to allow sound to come out better. On the left side of the bar we have a few icons that show us the type of connection that has the bar. The bar looks elegant glossy black and is designed to not occupy too much space. The full dimensions of the Bose 300 are SoundTouch x 5.7 x 97.8 10.8 cm, with a weight of 4.71 kilograms.
Bose SoundTouch 300
To get a broad sound that seems to come from different positions, the Bose sound bar PhaseGuide uses sound technology to move left and right of the room, the sound can thus place where we have no physical speakers. In addition, the SoundTouch 300 bar QuietPort Bose also incorporates technology that ensures deep and clean bass at any volume without distortion. The Bose sound bar also includes an advanced DSP system that balances all frequencies, besides using the calibration system ADAPTiQ to customize the sound depending on the stay.
As for connectivity, Bose sound bar SoundTouch 300 incorporates an HDMI input and an HDMI output with audio return channel (ARC). HDMI connectors are compatible with 4K signals. The bar also incorporate an optical digital audio input, an Ethernet connector, a 3.5 millimeter jack to connect the calibration microphone, a jack connector for connecting a subwoofer with cable and a micro-USB connector. A wireless Bluetooth connectivity level offers possibility of using NFC and WiFi system.
However, this Bose sound bar has two “buts”. On the one hand, it does not include wireless subwoofer. While it is possible to combine it with a subwoofer Bose, as we shall see, this’ll have to purchase it separately. On the other hand, the bar is only compatible with DTS and Dolby Digital sound, but not with the sounds HD Dolby True HD and DTS Master Audio.
Bose SoundTouch 300
If we want to mount a set 5.1 using the bar as a front trio, Bose offers the opportunity to purchase a separate wireless subwoofer and a pair of satellite speakers. The subwoofer is the Acoustimass 300 and satellites are the Virtually Invisible 300, all wireless. Yes, the set will not leave us anything cheap.
Bose sound bar SoundTouch 300 will be available in our country since 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, wireless Acoustimass subwoofer 300 is priced at $ 700, while satellites Virtually Invisible 300 have a cost of $ 300