Experience shows, movies, and games with the precise and immersive sound of Dolby Atmos. Arc's upward-firing drivers create a multi-dimensional soundstage that then moves around you, rendering every whisper and explosion with dramatic clarity, detail, and depth.
*Requires TV that supports Atmos and Atmos-encoded content.
Arc's advanced processing creates five phased-array channels that masterfully deliver sound to your ears from all directions at the exact right moment.
Enhanced Trueplay™ tuning technology optimizes the sound for the unique acoustics of the room, even calibrating the height channels for precise localization.
Eleven Class-D digital amplifiers perfectly tuned to Arc's acoustic architecture.
Eight elliptical woofers ensure faithful playback of mid-range and vocal frequencies in addition to rich bass.
Three precisely-angled silk-dome tweeters create crisp high frequencies and crystal-clear dialogue.
Far-field microphone array uses advanced beamforming and multi-channel echo cancellation so your voice assistant can be readily activated.
Trueplay™ software dynamically tunes the speaker to the unique acoustics of the room. iOS device required.
Adjustable EQ settings in the app, including bass, treble, and loudness.
Speech Enhancement emphasises the frequencies of the human voice to clarify dialogue.
Night Sound reduces the intensity of loud sound effects.
Black with matte finish
White with matte finish
Indicates the speaker and microphone status and adjusts based on the ambient light of the room to be visible but not distracting.
Capacitive Touch Controls
Tap to play, pause, adjust the volume, and mute the microphones. Swipe right to skip ahead or left to revisit a track.
Weight 13.78 lb (6.25 kg)
Auto-switching 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz AC universal input.
One 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port. Wire directly to your router to operate your Sonos if WiFi is unstable.
Connects to your home WiFi network with any 802.11b/g, 2.4 GHz broadcast-capable router.
Download the latest generation of the app to set up and control.
Apple AirPlay 2
Works with AirPlay 2 on Apple devices iOS 11.4 and higher.
Infrared (IR) receiver
Syncs with your TV remote for streamlined control
1.4 GHz A-53
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Yes. Sonos Arc must be connected to a power source. It will also need to be connected to your TV to receive the TV audio signal.
Arc is only compatible with Sonos S2. Learn more about this new app and operating system here.
Yes. The Sonos Wall Mount for Arc is recommended for the best listening experience. You can find it here.
Dolby Atmos is an object-based format for surround sound that designates different sounds to specific places in the room rather than channels, creating a more realistic experience by dynamically incorporating height, surround, and front channels.
Arc supports increased bandwidth for the higher quality audio of Dolby Atmos. It also includes upwards-firing speaker drivers that act as height channels, reflecting sound off your ceiling for additional dimension.
Getting Atmos sound is dependent on the source material, as well as the TV passing an Atmos signal through the HDMI port. If Arc is recieving an Atmos signal, we will display that within the Sonos App on the "Now Playing" screen as well as within the settings portion of our app.
No; adding surrounds and Sub will provide the best sound experience Sonos has to offer, but you can get an Atmos experience with just Sonos Arc.
A matching pair of the following speakers will work as surrounds: Sonos One (including SL) and Sonos Five. You can also use Amp to power in-wall or in-ceiling speakers as surrounds.
All generations of Sub will work with Arc.
Arc streams audio over your WiFi network and does not support Bluetooth.
Arc supports Dolby Atmos, which other products do not, and increases chances of receiving a Dolby Digital 5.1 signal.
If your TV supports CEC (TVs with HDMI will support CEC) and you have set up a voice assistant, you will be able to control the TV with your voice.
Connect Arc to your TV's ARC/eARC port using the incuded HDMI cable or your own. If your TV does not have HDMI, Arc comes with the Sonos Optical Audio Adapter.
eARC stands for enhanced Audio Return Channel. It allows full-resolution sound signals, including Dolby Atmos, to be passed from your TV to the soundbar.
Sonos Arc can connect to TVs with eARC, ARC, or optical outputs. For greatest compatibility, eARC is recommended.
If you connect to a TV with eARC, the Dolby audio formats supported include Dolby Atmos, TrueHD, MAT, Dolby Digital Plus, and Dolby Digital.
If you connect to a TV using ARC, the Dolby audio formats supported are dependent on your TV model and manufacturer. The TV may be capable of sending Dolby Atmos, Dolby Digital Plus, and Dolby Digital. An ARC connection cannot support TrueHD or MAT.
If you connect to a TV using the optical adapter, the Dolby audio formats supported are dependent on your TV model and manufacturer. The TV may be capable of sending Dolby Digital. An optical connection cannot support Dolby Atmos, TrueHD, MAT, or Dolby Digital Plus.
Take a comprehensive look at the setup, function, and maintenance of Arc. The product manual details all of its specifications and how to care for your Sonos soundbar.Arc product manual