SONOS PLAYBAR Wireless Home Cinema Soundbar

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Samsung's Sonos Playbar Clone Isn't Worth It

Samsung's Sonos Playbar Clone Isn't Worth It

25th October 2017 - Gizmodo

Compared to the slightly pricier Sonos Playbar, itself a wireless audio soundbar solution that can be upgraded with additional speakers over time, the Sound+ just doesn't pass muster. The Playbar is so easy to set up it feels like magic. There's only...

Sonos Playbase review:

Sonos Playbase review:

4th April 2017 - CNET

But the Sonos Playbase is no standard, well, anything. Just over 2 inches tall, it's squat enough to nestle beneath larger splayed-leg TV sets. Most smaller ones won't fit, however, so the potential audience for the Playbase is smaller than that of the...

Sonos speaker now works with Alexa and soon, Siri and Google Assistant

Sonos speaker now works with Alexa and soon, Siri and Google Assistant

4th October 2017 - USA TODAY

Also, Sonos users will soon be able to control their systems through the Pandora and Tidal music apps. They can already use the Spotify app for direct control of Sonos speakers. (These are done without voice.) Like Sonos' current wireless Play: One...

Review: Sonos Playbase

Review: Sonos Playbase

11th April 2017 - WIRED

That's all changed since I received the Sonos Playbase, a soundbase that acts like a home theater in a box. The Playbase, a cousin of Sonos's Playbar soundbar, is designed to sit snugly between your flatscreen and your TV stand. It can support TVs up...

Best Sonos speakers 2017/2018

Best Sonos speakers 2017/2018

29th August 2017 - Tech Advisor

In the company's own words: “Sonos is the smart speaker system that streams all your favourite music to any room, or every room. Control your music with one simple app, and fill your home with pure, immersive sound.” That's a pretty accurate summary...

 

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  1. After winning a Play 3 I was so impressed by the sound quality that when I decided to invest in a soundbar there was only one choice. Expensive I know but you won’t be disappointed!

  2. Disappointed with this as I’ve hankered after it for ages . Surround sound was good using my exsisting Sonos one but voice was very “ tinny “ sounding .Returned and will stuck to my current system

  3. I have Sonos set up around my home. I have things I love about it and things I think Sonos could do to improve. The sound is very high quality, but the ‘smartness’ and ‘connectedness’ is lacking for a wifi speaker at this price. The app interface could be clearer and easier to use.I do love the Playbar. It certainly does enhance the sound of a flatscreen TV. It creates rich sounds. But I don’t think it is worth £600 alone. The sounds are good but they’re not incredible.Where this really shines is when you pair it with two Play:1 speakers to make surround sound. The playbar really becomes awesome then as it sends the sounds off in all the right directions and, with the surrounds, has great depth. If you have the surrounds, I don’t think you need the sub, as together they create a lot of bass. The real benefits of using Sonos for your surround sound is that it’s wireless so you don’t need to run cables everywhere, and you can also use it to play music from the Sonos app, coordinating it with your wider system if you have one.You should also be aware that it can only receive Dolby Digital 5.1 signals: not DTS. Sonos also recommends that youplug the optical cable directly to your TV, instead of to other peripheral devices such as consoles, Blu-Ray players etc. The problem with this is that you need a TV which can pass Dolby Digital 5.1 signals from HDMI to optical cable. There are a lot of TVs, particularly Samsung TVs, that don’t do this. To address this, I needed to buy an optical audio switcher so I could have my console and blu-ray player and TV connected to the Sonos – using a switch to change the audio input.To summarise: it’s a good speaker when on it’s own, but there are cheaper standalone soundbars out there that do the same job. It is however spectacular when it’s paired with satellites for surround sound, and when you have other Sonos speakers around the house with which it can coordinate. Check your TV can pass DD5.1 from HDMI to optical, or buy an optical switch.

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