Right here’s a great deal: a giant swath of Sonos’s audio system and soundbars are 20 p.c off by way of Cyber Monday. The sale is now stay at Sonos’s website in addition to Finest Purchase, Goal, and different retailers. Just about all the pieces is at its lowest worth ever, and whereas there are some notable exclusions — together with the Sonos Roam, 5, and Sub Mini — it’s nonetheless a good time to fill out your Sonos system.
You possibly can pair both soundbar with different Sonos audio system or subwoofers to create a encompass sound system. The Sub (third-gen) is on sale for $599 at Best Buy and Sonos and pairs higher with the Arc; the Sub Mini is (alas) not on sale.
The Sonos One is the perfect place to begin for a Sonos system and is on sale for $176 at each Best Buy and Sonos as an alternative of $220. You should use one to fill a medium-sized room with sound. You should use two for stereo. You possibly can pair them with Sonos’s speaker bars for encompass sound. They’re endlessly versatile, and so they’re on sale. When you don’t know what to get, get this one. The Sonos One SL (on sale for $160 at Best Buy and Sonos, which is a $30 low cost) is barely cheaper and doesn’t have any microphones, so it’s important to discuss to different machines to be able to inform it what to do. That’s a perk, for some people.
[U]nless you’re adamantly against having mics in your devices, I’d avoid the Roam SL. It solely saves you $20 however loses pretty substantial options like computerized Trueplay sound high quality tuning, the Sound Swap function talked about above, and (clearly) all voice interactions. For $99 or $129, I may completely see it. However $159 is simply an excessive amount of to ask for the Roam SL.
Just below the wire. Guess that makes it a deal.
Sonos has a variety of bundles on sale as properly, however most don’t provide any financial savings over shopping for every bit individually.