Vizio's 2019 sound bars, which include two new Dolby Atmos models, are available from today with prices ranging between $70 and $700.
The new crop follows the company'sand is designed to fill in gaps between existing models which are mostly 46-inch bars.
The full range includes five sound bars -- four 36-inch models and a 20-incher -- with the top two speakers including .
- SB36514 -- 36-inch 5.1.4 Atmos sound bar: $700
- SB36312 -- 36-inch 3.1.2 Atmos (no surrounds): $470
- SB3651n -- 36-inch 5.1-channel sound bar: $250 (coming later in 2019)
- SB3621n -- 36-inch 2.1-channel sound bar: $150
- SB2020n -- 20-inch 2.0-channel sound bar: $70
The 36-inch SB36514 fits neatly between the company's $1k flagship and itsThe new SB36514 features rear height surrounds and comes with a six-inch subwoofer. Meanwhile the new step-down SB36312 model includes a slim subwoofer that can be slid underneath furniture. Both speakers feature up-firing drivers for overhead effects in Dolby Atmos-encoded content.
All of the speakers offer Bluetooth support while the Atmos models SB36514 and SB36312 include "voice-control support for Google Assistant, allowing users to control their sound bars using only their voice." In addition the models include for multiroom streaming support.
The 5.1-channel SB3651n and 2.1-channel SB3621n "pump out up to 100 dB" and also feature a slim subwoofer which can reach a claimed 50Hz. They feature integratedfor simulated surround effects.
The $70 20-inch SB2020n is now the baby of Vizio's range. The company suggests using the subwoofer-less speaker in smaller living areas.
Update, May 21: Adds pricing, photos and additional information.