Sound is excellent.
Well designed dual driver subwoofer with dual classD amps offer efficient and distortion free boom.
Sleek looks make the 16inchtall box disappear into your ultramodern decor.
Thatís a lot of Simoleons.
The tall, square shaped doughnut design can be too bulky for some rooms, even laid flat.
By SlashGear on December 06, 2012
When you decide to pick up a Sonos speaker, you decide to jump into an ever-expanding ecosystem of both hardware and software, with a brand that’s dead set on pushing an immersive experience out to the customer. With the newest member of the...-
By Digital Trends on November 20, 2012
Considering all that it offers, we can heartily recommend the Sonos Sub. And yeah, we realize that, at $699, it ain't cheap. But no other sub that we're aware of combines such a small form factor with this kind of potent, high-quality bass in...80
By soundandvision.com on September 25, 2012
Sonos sent me two Play:3s that I paired with a shiny new SUB. The high-gloss black finish is quite stunning, and so is the design. The enclosure is essentially a cube with a thin rectangular hole in the center, making it easier to carry and providing a...100
By Good Gear Guide on July 26, 2012
Sonos's SUB provides a very welcome low-frequency kick for the already-impressive Play:5 wireless speakers, and the effect would be more pronounced with the smaller Play:3. Seamless integration with an existing Sonos system makes it a very easy...95
By Wired on July 20, 2012
Sonos is still the leader when it comes to wireless, multi-room audio systems. With a dead-easy setup routine, well-designed controller apps, and the ability to play music from both your local stash of MP3s and all the big streaming services, the...80
By itproportal.com on July 10, 2012
There's no getting away from the fact that the Sonos Sub is an expensive piece of kit, but the difference it can make to the sound quality of your Sonos setup is astonishing. Is it worth the money? It depends on how important sound quality is to...90
By Tech Digest on June 27, 2012
Name: Type: Specifications: Price as reviewed: The Sonos SUB is a monolithic subwoofer. Measuring 402 x 158 x 380mm, it's of average size for a sub, but weighs a stonking 16kg. With a glossy black finish, it has a donut-like gap in the centre of its...80
By cnet on June 26, 2012
The Sonos Sub provides an instant upgrade to your Sonos Play speaker system, but it's quite...70
By Whathifi.com on June 25, 2012
When we heard there was a new product from in the offing, we wouldn’t have guessed it would be a . The addition of a sub to the wireless multiroom specialist’s range shows the company cares about sound, and perhaps recognises the slight...80
By Macworld Australia on June 20, 2012
What makes the Sub attractive is its relationship with other Sonos components. Sonos’ engineers understand the capabilities of all those components and can tune Sonos powered-speakers so that they sound their best when a Sub is added to the setup....90