News has arrived that Sonos Roam Gets Auto Trueplay. Sonos will announce a new speaker next Tuesday in the form of the Sonos Roam. The Verge released the previous exclusive the first details about the speaker and now has more details released. The speaker must be for sale from April.
Sonos Roam Gets Auto Trueplay: more info leaked
One of the features that Sonos adds is automatic Trueplay. The built-in microphones of the Roam are able to perform a calibration, which optimizes the sound quality. This can make all the difference in rooms with an ultrasound.
The Roam is also able to play music via WiFi and Bluetooth. We already knew that; new, however, is that you can use both communication protocols at the same time. With the Sonos Move you still had to choose between one of the two connections. If you play music via bluetooth, you can also hear that music on other speakers in the house, provided they are from Sonos.
Sound Swap is a new function that sends the music from the Roam to another Sonos speaker in the network. The music then goes to the nearest speaker. Furthermore, the Roam has an ip67 certificate.
It is also now revealed that you cannot use the Sonos Roam in combination with an Arc or Beam soundbar.