Sonos Playbar Soundbar Review

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Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."

4 Comments to Sonos Playbar Soundbar Review

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  2. You can probably tell from my blog posts, “I absolutely love the Sonos® Soundbar.” I can get you a coupon code for a totally free Sonos® Bridge®
    (which is $49 retail). If you’re interested, I can email it from the
    Sonos site. Just let me know first name and email so I can add you in
    the system to send coupon. I will promise to get to it within 1-2 days
    of hearing back. I’m Rob. enjoy whatever sound system you choose! –

  3. The final claim that “nobody does wireless better” is ABSOLUTE NONSENSE. Here is one example of “better”, MUCH better in fact – Moos Mini Aero. And here is why it is much better IMO:
    – The wireless can do 24bit/96kHz playback – that’s awesome hi-res stuff!
    – The speaker design is seriously incredible – cabinets, drive units, amps, DACs (x4!)

    And while I have not heard the Moos stuff, just on specs alone it is sure to make the Sonos look pathetic. And yes, I have heard Sonos – it sounds OKish, but nowhere near a real component audio system. I’m willing to bet my right arm that the Moos speakers will sound sensational given what’s in them. But yes, not cheap…

    • gadgetreview

      Hey Ajake,
      While I agree that there are better sounding wireless speakers (based on spec alone), the Sonos offering is unparalleled in terms of features and simplicity. I’m not aware of any other wireless system that contains its own music server that can be played throughout the home and offers and all in one home theater solution, provided of course you don’t mind not having a sub.

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