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  • Writer's pictureCraig Whitaker

What is Spatial Audio?

Audio recorded in stereo typically consists of two channels, left and right, confining the listener's perception to a horizontal plane. However, advancements like Dolby Atmos have revolutionized the auditory experience by allowing content creators to position individual sounds in a three-dimensional space. This innovation creates a remarkably immersive and lifelike audio encounter.

The cutting-edge Dolby Atmos technology is now integrated into the latest Sonos Era 100 and Era 300 speakers. To fully appreciate music in Dolby Atmos, ensure your connection to a compatible streaming service like Amazon or Apple Music.

For an unparalleled Spatial Audio experience in Dolby-supported movies and gaming, enhance your audio setup by incorporating a Sonos Arc or Beam Soundbar with your pair of Era speakers. Connecting your Era speakers directly to a TV may lead to latency or lip-syncing issues, so it's recommended to use the designated soundbars for optimal performance.

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