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The Industry's First Adjustable Width Sound Bar

by Stuart Berry April 30, 2019

Extron Soundbar

We can announce the immediate availability of Extron's SB 33 A, the industry's first Adjustable Width Sound Bar, a flexible solution for enhancing the audio experience in collaboration spaces. Our new sound bar can be customized to precisely match the width of the display, offering high performance audio reinforcement that looks great in any space. Designed for the commercial market, the SB 33 A accomodates most USB webcams, while options are available to mount a PTZ camera or have no camera at all.

With an ENERGY STAR® qualified amplifier and carefully optimized drivers, the SB 33 A is well suited for small to medium size spaces that require exceptional speech intelligibility and high quality program audio. A variety of mounting and camera options are available, providing an adaptable audio solution for today's collaboration environments.

Take a look at the different options available.

Adjustable Width




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