Sonos Era 300 and Era 100, Dolby Atmos multiroom surround speakers…

Already announced in our columns, the next Sonos Era 100 and Sonos Era 300 multiroom speakers (see our news Sonos Era 300 and Era 100, new generation of Dolby Atmos speakers) can also be used as surround in a Home Cinema configuration .

It is once again our colleagues from The Verge site who are revealing the info, the next Sonos Era 300 and Era 100 speakers can be used in surround, combined with Sonos Arc or Sonos Beam Gen 2 soundbars.

Sonos Era 300 and Sonos Era 100 for a Dolby Atmos Home Cinema setup

In the presence of a pair of Sonos Era 300 and a Sonos Arc, the sound system would thus offer extremely immersive sound with real Height channels at the front and rear. Precision, the Sonos Era 300 Dolby Atmos should support SpatialAaudio titles available on the Amazon Music service. On the other hand, The Verge announces that these speakers should not be compatible with the large catalog of Apple Spatial Audio music.

Sonos Era 300 and Sonos Era 100, main specs

As a reminder, the Sonos Era 300 and Sonos Era 100 multiroom speakers will be equipped with Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0 technologies, not to mention an Ethernet port. Plus a USB-C input that can be used as line inputs. Last details, the site The Verge indicates that the Google Assistant voice function may not be there, due to an ongoing lawsuit between the two parties at the time of writing these lines.

Marketing date and indicative prices still unknown. However, The Verge specifies that the release of the Sonos Era 300 and Sonos Era 100 should take place in March, at the respective indicative price of $450 and $250.