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Devialet’s $2,400 soundbar promises subwoofers are a thing of the past

Devialet tends to do issues slightly otherwise than most audio corporations. The French agency first made waves within the audio scene with its futuristic-looking Phantom audio system, which packed an absurd quantity of bass right into a small quantity of area. Then it packed an absurd quantity of bass into a fair smaller area with the Phantom Reactor

After dabbling with high-end earbuds, now Devialet needs to ship an absurd quantity of bass beneath your TV with the launch of the Devialet Dione. The corporate guarantees the Dione, its first Dolby Atmos soundbar, can attain so low that it obviates the necessity for an exterior subwoofer.

It additionally prices $2,400. But when the corporate can ship comparable technical excellence to its earlier audio system — the Phantom Reactor demonstrated a few of the greatest goal efficiency I’ve seen on my check bench — it’d simply be capable to justify the value.

Devialet Dione Soundbar