Sonos Inc., an American manufacturer of audio products, has announced to its users that from March 28, they will have access to spatial audio.
This is disclosed in a press release by Giles Martin, the VP of Sound Experience at Sonos on March, 7.
According to Giles Martin, he noted that: “It’s a thrilling time in music as spatial audio – and the artist creativity that comes with it – continues to grow.”
“Sonos continues to put its listeners at the forefront of sound innovation, ensuring they have access through Apple Music to transformative experiences like spatial audio with Dolby Atmos, so they can feel more from the content they love.”
The spatial audio news by Sonos is coming just the same day that a pair of speakers was announced by Sonos.
The new Era 300 worth $449 is a new product featured by Sonos which will offer spatial audio to users and it replace the Era 100 stereo system worth $249.
The new speaker is built with six amplifiers that are play in diverse directions and controls the sound from the sound system in a tripartite dimension.
Also, Sonos has disclosed that it is the first company to partner with Apple Music in a bid to give its users spatial audio even in their homes.