Bose has recently revealed that the Bose Smart Soundbar 600 has joined the Bose Smart Soundbar 900 as the second Dolby Atmos speaker. This latest addition is a sleek, more compact version for users who have smaller consoles/TV. Aesthetically, it looks like the 900 with a refined matte body and wraparound metal grille but only smaller.

Bose Smart Soundbar 600

Speaking of size, the new Bose Smart Soundbar 600 measures just 27” long, 4.1” deep, and 2.2” tall as opposed to the Bose Smart Soundbar 900’s 41.14” long, 4.21” deep, and 2.29” tall. It may be smaller but it packs quite a punch – thanks to the five transducers, which include a center tweeter for crystal-clear dialogue, two side-firing racetrack-shaped transducers that project audio horizontally, and two upfiring transducers that fire upward and reflect off the ceiling to simulate overhead sound.

With Dolby Atmos and proprietary Bose TrueSpace technology, it promised to deliver “exceptionally immersive audio” for its size and it aims to elevate movies, TV, and music by precisely placing dialogue and vocals, sound effects, and instruments to the left, right, and even up above.

Bose Smart Soundbar 600

The soundbar works with Google Assistant capabilities and Amazon Alexa built-in for voice control. The soundbar further features Bose Voice4Video technology which works in conjunction with Alexa to allow for a single command to turn on the TV, switch input, and tune to your favorite channel.

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Meanwhile, Bose SimpleSync allows for pairing the soundbar with compatible Bose headphones or Bluetooth speakers to further extend your listening experience.

Bose Smart Soundbar 600

Other details include WiFi, Bluetooth, Chromecast built-in, and a one-cable connection with HDMI eARC or optical cable.

The Bose Smart Soundbar 600 will go on sale on October 20 for US$499. It can be pre-ordered from Bose.com now.

Bose Smart Soundbar 600

All images courtesy of Bose.

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