Creative Soundbar is INSANELY BIG at CES 2018

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Creative Soundbar is INSANELY BIG at CES 2018

Creative Soundbar

Words can barely describe just how big this monstrosity is, but let’s give it a go anyway. Dubbed the Sonic Carrier, this insanely wide and heavy soundbar packs a terrifying 15.2 speaker configuration. That’s 17 powerful drivers, delivering an ear-busting 1000W of power.

Capable of driving audio through the DTS:X format, Dolby Atmos, SuperWide X-Fi and more. If that wasn’t enough when I asked “does this thing come with a subwoofer” I was blown away again.

The subwoofer is larger than most enthusiast home cinema solutions, and that’s saying something. Capable of driving a staggering 600W, it comes equipped with not one, but two mighty drivers to really shake your bones.

Connectivity is as ridiculous as the power output, with everything from WiFi, Bluetooth, Optical, HDMI and a way beyond all taken care of. It’s no wonder it has been dubbed “The soundbar of the gods”.

No word on pricing just yet, but it won’t be cheap, it’s not subtle, and few will even have room for it. If you need a soundbar that fits under a 100″ TV with ease, this will fit the bill. I want one for my PC, anyone else?

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