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Definitive Technology introduces two sound bars with Chrome cast support

05 September 2018 1

Bose recently came up with their sound bars and smart speakers to offer advance sound quality and voice control and now Definitive Technology is here with their new sound bars, that support Google’s Chromecast opening up the world of apps from Google ecosystem and the smart Google Assistant. Though this comes with a hefty price tag. The studio Advance is priced at $1,299 while Studio Slim is priced at $899.

These sound bars are meant to co-exist with the W Studio and W Studio Micro that the company has already in place. The primary feature that sets apart these soundbars from the previously developed ones is the wireless multi-room system each of them supports. The newer models offer support for Google Chromecast while the earlier models had DTS Play-Fi.


The higher priced Studio Advance offers 4K and HDR compatibility along with supporting three HDMI in/out ports, 5.1 channels offering dedicated left, center, right. Along with that, the Studio Advance offers surround channels offers nine discrete transducers and amplifiers. Likewise, it also comes with a downward-firing subwoofer of eight-inch. The other cheaper model Studio Slim is 1.75 tall offering HDMI ARC, 8-inch subwoofer.

It goes without saying that W Studio offers one of the best soundbars on the market. Currently, there is no information of the availability in the international market, though these can be expected to be priced at AU$2,000 for the Studio Advance while $1,499 for the Studio Slim. Are you into using such Soundbars? Let us know your experience in the comment section below.


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