SANUS has announced that it’s now shipping two new mounts designed specifically for the Sonos Arc soundbar. The mounts offer solutions for attaching the bar either to a TV’s existing mount or directly onto a wall, and both allow for height and depth fine-tuning to maximize performance from the integrated Dolby Atmos speakers on the Arc.
The mounts are also designed to be compatible with displays ranging from 50 inches to 90 inches, according to US distributors Legrand. The first of the two, the ‘Soundbar TV Mount’ (pictured above), attaches directly to an existing TV mount enabling audio from the Arc to move with the display in whichever direction. There are four inches of depth adjustment to make sure the Arc’s Dolby Atmos speakers and mics are clear, while active height adjustment with an “easy” release latch provides access to connections and power ports.
The second is the ‘Extendable Wall Mount’ (below) which attaches directly to the wall and allows five inches of depth adjustment. The mount includes 10 inches of open wall access for power and cable management with the SANUS ‘In-Wall Power Kit for Soundbar + Mounted TV’ (WSIWPSB1-W1). The Extendable Wall Mount is available in black and white finishes and includes drywall, concrete, and wood stud mounting hardware.
“As the first Sonos soundbar to offer full compatibility with Dolby Atmos, the Arc delivers a premium sound experience for homeowners, which we designed our new SANUS mounts to preserve,” said Mark Plummer, director of product management at Legrand | AV. “Not only do the Soundbar TV Mount and Extendable Wall Mount allow installers to easily and seamlessly incorporate the Arc into any room, but they ensure the soundbar’s speakers have the clearance they need to deliver the powerful performance homeowners expect.”
More information is available direct from SANUS.
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