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Verizon launches two new Android TV soundbars with Bang & Olufsen signature audio

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If you’re looking to buy a new Android TV sound bar, you have two new options from Verizon, an unlikely source. Unsurprisingly, carriers are no strangers to launching these devices. Android TV Box in 2019. This time we’re launching two new Android TV soundbars: Stream TV and Stream TV Pro. The device runs on Android 11 TV and features Bang & Olufsen signature sound with Dolby Atmos support. You can also stream content up to 4k60fps.

The Stream TV Pro is the more expensive of the two and justifies its four-digit price tag with nine built-in speakers, including four full-range speakers, three tweeters and two woofers. Non-Pro Stream TVs don’t offer the same performance because they only have 5 speakers. However, it supports Dolby Atmos and Dynamic Sound Field Selection that automatically adjusts playback according to the audio being played.

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Other notable features for both soundbars include Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.0, HDMI 2.1 with HDCP 2.2 support, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of onboard storage. There’s also Find My Remote and Google Cast support. The Stream TV Pro can be wall-mounted using the necessary tools included in the package. This soundbar runs on Android 11 TV, so you can access Google Assistant and the Play Store.

The Stream has two HDMI ports for connecting two external devices such as game consoles and Blu-ray players, while the Stream Pro supports connecting up to three devices for a seamless experience. You can also access the Stream TV Store, where you can rent your favorite movies through the soundbar.

As previously reported, Verizon is not the company that makes this sound bar. Instead, they are manufactured by Askey, which is owned by Asus, and rebranded and sold by the carrier. There aren’t many $400 Android TV soundbars on the market right now. The JBL Link Bar is the only notable option. If you were hoping for a cheaper version of Verizon’s offering, the Stream TV costs $400, while the Stream TV Pro costs up to $1000, so be prepared to be disappointed.

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