Sonos articles

The Sonos Playbase offers excellent audio quality, but it'll cost you

The Sonos Playbase is not a typical soundbar, its pedestal design can hold TVs up to 75 pounds. Like other Sonos speakers, it uses only Wi-Fi to stream music. The Playbase has a single Digital Audio input that connects to your TV, and from there it handles all the audio from your various devices. First reviews for the device are in, and they're very positive.

Sonos announces sub $200 Play:1 wireless speaker

Wireless home audio company Sonos is now adding a much more affordable model to its line up of high end wireless speaker options with the Play:1. The latter comes in at $199, well under the $299 asking price of the…

Sonos introduces the Playbar: Smart sound for your home theater

Earlier today Sonos unveiled a new speaker designed to be used with your television. The aptly-named Playbar is a 4-inch deep by 3-foot long soundbar that consists of nine independently driven speakers. It’s unique in the fact that it doesn’t…

Wireless Sub provides extra bass to amplified Sonos audio systems

Sonos has introduced a wireless subwoofer that’s designed to work alongside the company’s existing stereo speaker offerings. The product aims to rectify concerns that some users have had with regards to Sonos satellite speakers lacking in the bass department. …

Spotify comes to Sonos devices in the US

Spotify is now available on Sonos devices in the US. Spotify for Sonos allows you to create queues based on Spotify content and play playlists you've created on your desktop. You can thus stream ad-free tunes (at 320kbps) throughout your…