Excerpt: Sonos is a brand that markets primarily on convenience, and their products do exactly what they advertise, which is to produce very reasonable sound quality with an extremely easy wireless setup. While most wireless systems involve a bit of tinkering to get up and running, Sonos’s system is as simple as they come, and anyone with a bit of electronic know-how should be able to get the Sonos Sub up and running without much fuss.
Excerpt: The latest addition to the Sonos family of products is the Sonos SUB, which is specifically designed to work with the company’s speakers—the Play:3 and Play:5. Either of these can be paired with another speaker of the same model to create a stereo pair for a wider soundfield.
This wireless sub gives a Sonos system some serious power
Good Gear Guide.au
14 September 2012
Summary: Sonos's SUB provides a very welcome low-frequency kick for the already-impressive Play:5 wireless speakers, and the effect would be more pronounced with the smaller Play:3. Seamless integration with an existing Sonos system makes it a very easy upgrade, although it makes an already-pricy audio setup even more expensive.
Conclusion: What makes the Sub attractive is its relationship with other Sonos components. Sonos’ engineers understand the capabilities of all those components and can tune Sonos powered-speakers so that they sound their best when a Sub is added to the setup. Therefore, if you own a couple of Play:3s or Play:5s and feel like the music coming from them lacks range and definition, adding a Sub could improve the sound greatly – you’ll get the lows you’ve been missing and the Play units...
Pros: Interacts intelligently with other Sonos units; easy to set up; offers crisp and defined bass
Excerpt: When the first Wireless System was launched we were impressed. Now the US Company has gone one step further with a subwoofer that can be managed using software on a tablet, smartphone or PC. The output and the experience that this device delivers takes owning a subwoofer to a whole new level.
Conclusion: As Sonos has continued to expand and go "mass market" some could say it has forgotten the core music audience it started out to impress. Not so any more. This is Sonos returning to its roots and delivering a music device that is all about sound. The Sonos Sub sounds great, offering plenty of bass, and if you are happy to turn the levels up, tooth-rattling amounts of noise.
Conclusion: Sonos ne fabrique pas des produits abordables, mais un peu comme pour d’autres produits haut de gamme, la compagnie offre beaucoup pour ces dollars dépensés. Une application de très bonne qualité, très intuitive et remplie de fonctionnalités, un système audio sans-fil sans faille et une qualité sonore incomparable. Les Play:3 sont idéaux pour disperser votre musique dans la maison, mais je doute que vous vouliez avoir un Sub dans chaque pièce.
Pros: Qualité sonore, Nombre de services musicaux en ligne supporté, Indexation et type de fichiers supporter, Expérience générale de l’application mobile