Devialet Introduces Its First-Ever $2,400 USD Dione Soundbar

Equipped with 17 autonomous drivers for the perfect home cinema setup.

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Devialet has now introduced the brand’s first-ever soundbar, helping you create the perfect home cinema setup.

Named the Dione, the new offering packs a whole range of the premium audio company’s innovative tech into a sleek, matte black body measuring 1.2m wide and 16.5cm deep to accompany your TV-bingeing sessions. The 950-Watt powerhouse packs 17 neodymium drivers — including nine full-range aluminum drivers and eight aluminum long-throw subwoofers — to create a Dolby Atmos 5.1.2 experience, while four calibration microphones can scan your room and create optimal acoustics based on your environment.

You’ll have four modes to choose from, ranging from Movie Mode and Spatial Mode to Voice Mode and Music Mode to find the best settings depending on your activity, and setup is done through an accompanying Devialet mobile app to ensure the greatest simplicity and convenience.

Now available for pre-order at a price of $2,400 USD, you can learn more about the Dione soundbar over on Devialet’s website.

Elsewhere in tech, ASUS says its RTX 30-series graphics cards will be dropping in price in April.

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