Sonos Arc review

The Sonos Arc has a sleek design, available in Black and White and measuring 87 x 1141.7 x 115.7mm. (image credit: Sonos)
There are touch controls on the top, as well as an LED light. You can control the Arc using your TV remote though, as well as the Sonos app and voice if set up. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
The Arc doesn't just offer a design upgrade to the older PlayBar, but features too, like Dolby Atmos, Alexa and Google Assistant support and Apple AirPlay 2. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
The Arc has 11 drivers consisting of 8 elliptical woofers, 3 angled silk-dome tweeters, each connected to Class-D digital amplifiers and the sound is excellent. (image credit: Sonos)
The Arc presents a virtual 5.0.2 soundfield with Atmos engaged, 5.0 when not. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
The Arc has a HDMI eARC port hidden in the rear in an alcove, though it comes with an optical adapter too. There's also an ethernet port and pairing button. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
The Sonos Arc is a highly accomplished bit of kit. It's pricey, granted, but you're getting a tough-to-rival feature set and a very classy act all told. (image credit: Sonos)