The expensive but impressive Sonos Arc is the smart soundbar you've been waiting for
The Sonos PLAY:1 packs a significant punch considering its size and produces surprisingly good bass
Sonos are retiring the older Playbar and Playbase soundbars in favor of the new Sonos Arc.
Sonos are making it a little easier to listen to the radio through your connected speakers and launching their own in-app music streaming offering.
Previously, all Sonos products have been controlled using a single app. Later this year, that's going to change.
Sonos have backpedalled on earlier plans to discontinue software support for older products.
Sonos are officially ending support for several legacy audio products, including the Connect, Connect Amp and Play:5.
We decided to throw the two smart speakers against one another to settle the matter.
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