German audio powerhouse Sennheiser on Tuesday rolled out its Ambeo operating system for Ambeo soundbars, adding support for AirPlay 2 and more. The company also distributed a major software update to its Smart Control app, adding new features.
Sennheiser’s new Ambeo operating system for soundbars
Sennheiser has introduced its Ambeo operating system for its Ambeo line of soundbars, bringing a new experience with AirPlay 2. The company has also added functionality to its Smart Control app for use with these soundbars as well as other devices. other Sennheiser products.
Ambeo OS for Ambeo soundbars adds support for AirPlay 2, Tidal Connect and Spotify Connect. Sennheiser said the software works faster and is more responsive when users run the Sennheiser Smart Control app in conjunction with the soundbar and iPhone connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
“The all-new Ambeo operating system is a game-changer for our Ambeo soundbar, and we’re sure our customers will love it,” said Maximilian Voigt, product manager for the soundbar line. “By offering even more audio streaming providers and an improved user experience, Sennheiser customers will benefit from personalized high-resolution audio streaming with enhanced features.”
Rebuilt Smart Control App
The company has effectively rebuilt its Smart Control app, she said. The update brings new elements that improve the functionality of Sennheiser headphones and earphones, including Sound Check and Sound Zones features.
The updated Smart Control app also gives users more customization options. User accounts make it even easier than before to transfer settings between different Sennheiser products.
“The next update to our Sennheiser Smart Control app will offer our customers a level of personalization they’ve never experienced before,” said Polina Gartenfluss, Product Manager Sennheiser Consumer Mobile Applications. “In addition to individualized EQ presets and custom sound settings for different locations, we give our customers access to personalized content to better suit their needs.”