Sonos launched its wireless subwoofer – the Sonos Sub – way back in 2012. It was originally designed to fit into any room, promising to instantly boost the performance of the company’s range of multi-room speakers, which back then consisted of only the Sonos Play:3 and Play:5.
Since 2012, plenty has changed in the Sonos portfolio though, not least the addition of the Playbar and Playbase to the company’s home theatre line-up, which is where the Sub really comes into its own.
Arriving in a box that is big enough and heavy enough to crush a small child, setup of the Sonos Sub is frighteningly easy and it makes an excellent addition to the Sonos system despite it’s high price tag. Here’s why.
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