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Sennheiser Introduces Mini Version of Its AMBEO Soundbar

The AMBEO Soundbar Mini features 250 watts of Class D amplification powering four high-end, full-range drivers and dual 4-inch subwoofers.

Sennheiser’s AMBEO Soundbar experience is now available in a fits-anywhere footprint: the AMBEO Soundbar Mini.

Sennheiser AMBEO Soundbar Mini Lifestyle

At less than half the cubic volume of its Soundbar Plus sibling, the Sennheiser AMBEO Soundbar Mini appeals to audio lovers looking to upgrade a current living room, desktop, bedroom, or game room setup. At 70 x 10 x 6.5 cm in size, it blends into nearly any TV or monitor arrangement. There are 250 watts of Class D amplification powering four high-end, full-range drivers and dual 4-inch subwoofers.

Other useful audio modes personalize the listening experience, including content-specific presets, a Voice enhancement option, and neighbor-friendly Night mode. Ease of use is at the heart of the Mini, with an HDMI input that accommodates a wide range of eARC-enabled TVs or monitors. Integration with the Sennheiser Smart Control App makes management of features and updates from your smartphone a breeze.

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Like its larger siblings, the Sennheiser AMBEO Soundbar Mini’s 3D sound is the result of a collaboration with the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS — a world leader in audio research and development. The Mini has four integrated microphones that serve a dual purpose: they function as the central component of the AMBEO room calibration and facilitate Alexa voice assistant commands, as the Soundbar features Alexa Built-In. Consumers also have the option to utilize existing Google Assistant or Siri-enabled devices to cast audio to the Mini through Chromecast Built-In and AirPlay, respectively.

Sennheiser AMBEO Soundbar Mini - Closeup

As with all AMBEO Soundbars, the native AMBEO|OS operating system allows for one-touch calibration that scans the room, adjusting the surround virtualization to account for various room sizes, reflections, and textures. Further, the Mini supports popular Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, MPEG-H codecs, and 360 Reality Audio formats and experiences for enjoying native spatial audio content. A wide-ranging support of digital music services also makes the Mini a great streaming companion over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth with impactful bass — all the way down to 43 Hz — from streaming services such as a Spotify, TIDAL, Amazon Music, and Apple Music. AMBEO|OS integrates the Mini into popular content ecosystems as a Spotify Connect, TIDAL Connect, and AirPlay 2 device. Bass lovers can add even more low-end punch with wireless connection to as many four Sennheiser AMBEO Subs (sold separately).

Sennheiser AMBEO Soundbar family
The Sennheiser AMBEO family — (top to bottom) AMBEO Soundbar Mini, Plus, Subwoofer, and Max.

The Sennheiser AMBEO Soundbar Mini will be available to order at and select retailers on September 1, with an MSRP of $799.99.

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