Another Sennheiser Dolby Atmos soundbar is leaking, and it’s a Sonos Beam crusher

A new and as yet unannounced compact Dolby Atmos soundbar from Sennheiser has been leaked on the company’s website, which seems to indicate that a launch is just around the corner. Called the Sennheiser Ambeo Mini, it’s made for big 3D sound, but feels much smaller than other Sennheiser soundbars.

The website says the soundbar will deliver “the world’s most immersive sound from one compact device”, and while the website lacks in-depth technical information on the number of speakers and other specifications, there are still plenty of details – including confirmation that it will support both Dolby Atmos, as well as DTS:X, self-calibration technology, and Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for music streaming. In terms of features, it seems ready to compete with the best soundbars.

All we know about its sonic capabilities, aside from supporting 3D audio formats, is that it will feature “high-end full-range drivers” and “built-in 4-inch dual subwoofers.” So it’s clearly designed as an all-in-one system for smaller TVs, much like the Sonos Beam 2 Plus if you want to add more bass.

The Ambeo Mini can clearly work with the Ambeo Sub, but the specs make it seem like you won’t need it. (Image credit: Sennheiser)

The photo of the Ambeo Sub is also useful as the leak does not reveal the dimensions of the smaller soundbar at all, but we can make an estimate by comparing it to the Sub for which Down know the size.

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