Connects to your home WiFi network with any 802.11b/g, 2.4 GHz broadcast-capable router.
Equipped with 1 10/100 Mbps ethernet port. Wire directly to your router if WiFi is unreliable.
All Sonos speakers and components connect over WiFi so you can build the system you want. Put on a podcast in the bedroom while someone else watches TV in the living room, or group all your speakers to play music in sync.
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.
Capacitive touch controls for volume up/down, previous/next track, and play/pause. LED indicates Sonos component status and mute status.
Dimensions and weight
H x W x D: 69 x 651 x 100 (mm)
HDMI ARC Port: Use the included HDMI Cable to connect to your TV's HDMI ARC/eARC input.
Optical audio supported: Connect to your TV's optical audio output.
Auto-switching 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz AC universal input.
Very clear vocals and great bass . Only you calibrate the speaker the overall experience is amazing
Thank you for the kind words on the Sonos Bem! We are so glad that you love it!
Surprised by the great sound quality
Bought the Beam Gen2 & thoroughly enjoyed it.
We are so glad that you are impressed with the Sonos Beam Gen II! Do reach out to us via livechat to find out more about how adding a Sub or surrounds will elevate the experience even further!
Good enough on its own
Great stand alone sound bar. Compact and attractive in design lends itself to an uncluttered environment. Sound quality is much better than standard TV speakers and just below the level of a full AV system. Good buy!
Wow! Thanks for the review on the Sonos Beam!! We just cant wait for you to try out the Sub for the full immersive experience as well!
Tan Hong Boon
5 stars review
System is perfect for watching movie at home
Thank for the 5 stars review of the Sonos Beam! We just can't wait for you to expand the system with a Sonos Sub or the surrounds!
Great housewarming gift
Bought this as a housewarming gift for my cousin caused I have Sonos as well and they love it very much Sonos is the best
What an amazing housewarming gift to receive! Sonos is indeed the best!
Beam (Gen 2) features a faster processor and HDMI eARC connection, both of which enable support for higher resolution audio formats, including Dolby Atmos. This increased processing power also gives Beam (Gen 2) five speaker arrays compared the first generation's three. The design has been updated with a new grille, monochromatic finish, and colour-matched cord.
How does the Dolby Atmos experience differ from Beam (Gen 2) to Arc?
The processing power in Beam (Gen 2) renders two additional audio channels through the five speaker arrays and uses psychoacoustic HRTF technology to give the impression of height. Arc has two internal speakers that physically fire audio upward for a true height experience.
Which Sonos speakers work as surrounds?
A matching pair of the following speakers will work as surrounds: Sonos One (including SL), Sonos Five, Play:1, Play:3, and Play:5 (Gen 2). You can also use Sonos Amp to power in-wall, in-ceiling, or other passive speakers as surrounds.
What is HDMI eARC?
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.
Do I need a TV that supports HDMI eARC?
No. Beam (Gen 2) 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.