The Sonos Play:1 finally brings the company's wireless audio magic to the masses, in a fantastically designed compact speaker that's just $199/AU$299.
Harman Kardon is taking on Sonos with the new Omni multiroom streaming system, including an adaptor for your current records.
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With lackluster sound quality, limited app support, and unreliable connectivity, there's little reason to choose the Phorus PS1 wireless audio speaker over the superior Sonos Play:1.
For the first time ever, you can get all the bones of a single-room Sonos setup for under $200. Now we're getting somewhere.
Sonos has launched an entry-level speaker, the Play:1, at a price set to compete with the wider Bluetooth speaker market. Plus, buyers get a free Bridge until the end of the year.
The new Sonos Play:1 finally brings the company's wireless audio magic to the masses, in a fantastically designed compact speaker that's just $199.
The unannounced wireless speaker is on sale in at least one Target store and comes in the customer's choice of white or black.
A free software upgrade finally allows Sonos streaming music systems to connect directly to home Wi-Fi networks.
Commentary: Sonos has done a great job of keeping competition at bay over the years, but a new industry initiative promises to crank up the volume on multiroom audio.
The Sonos Connect:Amp is an excellent streaming-audio solution for sound-quality sticklers who prefer to supply their own speakers.