Summary: As usual with Sonos, it's very easy to configure and add to your entertainment system. It sounds great, and paired with my Sonos Boost, I don't have any drops. I knock off a star for the price. $700 for a subwoofer is a lot. You could argue you get what you pay for, but it's still just a subwoofer.
Summary: Very impressed by sonos products, but this is pretty pricey for what you get. The playbar and play 5 don't really need a subwoofer, so this doesn't help much if you have those already. It is a very good sub, but most sonos products have good enough bass already that this isn't really needed.
Excerpt: this is a continuation of my review of setting up a sonos 5.1 surround home theater system. I set the sub in the front left corner of my living room. the sub needs to be plugged to an a/c outlet for power.
Pros: Attractive Design, Easy To Set Up, Great Sound Quality
Summary: I originally purchased two Play 1s and set them up as a stereo pair and have been extremely happy with ease of setup and sound quality. Of course the 1s are limited in the bass department, but they do offer a nice balanced punchy mid range sound that I thought would balance out well with the...
Summary: Have a Playbar for my TV in a NYC apartment. TV speakers needed help - while the playbar adds some depth to the sound, it is hindered by lack of bass. The Sonos Sub cures this in spades. Its big (3 shoeboxes) and heavy but gives off no vibration.
Pros: Attractive; no vibration, very good sonicaly
Cons: None with the sub; some with the Playbar. As noted above, this is pretty necessary if you have the playbar and its a good piece of equipment.