Sonos Speaker Review
Here is a high level Sonos speaker review; our take.
Technology keeps changing, and so has music. It has become digital and computer based thus changing the way we listen to music and watch movies. The wireless revolution has brought new possibilities including transforming house into a movie theater.
Most people love multi-room wireless speaker systems due to their direct internet connectivity, which means you don’t have to rely on your phone or computer when streaming music. Calls, texts and other notifications can be a distraction to your playback when using other devices. Gone are the days when people relied on long cables to connect speakers to music systems. The habit of moving the home theater from room to room and fixing cables under doors and up the stairs is now something of the past.
So, if you are that type of person who likes listening to music from different rooms in the house, the wireless Sonos System makes this a reality.
The home theater system comes with Sono’s apps which are the most polished streaming apps. The apps provide the best search across any service you subscribe to such as Apple Music. Additionally, Sonos also provides customer support for all their products. Also, one of the main ways they stay ahead of their competitors is by adding firmware updates. For example, True play room correction technology to their products.
Basically, Sonos have control of the wireless system, and the best part is that; they come at a variety of prices while still maintaining excellent sound quality.
The Play: 1 is a good start especially if you want high-quality affordable speakers since it costs $200. Its price is lower than most high-end home theaters. Yet its sound quality matches that of systems retailing at prices higher than it.
If you want higher sound quality for your big rooms, then the higher-end Play: 5 creates high-quality surround sound on its own, so you don’t need a separate amplifier. Its wireless subwoofer can be paired with any Sonos speakers to add base to music playback.
Furthermore, you can add Sonos to your TV using a Play bar or Play base (a pedestal speaker from the company). You do this by pairing the sub with two other play units to form a 5.1 surround system. However, you can still opt to buy the full 5.1 channel surround system. This saves you the hassle of balancing the sound quality. Lastly, one of the main reasons why Sonos is very appealing to most people, is its simple setup process and the easy to use controller app.