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Sonos One vs Sonos One SL vs Sonos Play:1: What’s the difference?

Which is the right Sonos speaker for you? There are a few great entry-level Sonos options in the form of the excellent Sonos One, Sonos

Sonos Ikea Symfonisk Table Lamp Speaker review: Sound design

Sonos and Ikea offer two products within their collaborative project – Symfonisk – in the form of a Book Shelf Wi-Fi Speaker and a Table

Yamaha MusicCast 50 Review

Yamaha’s MusicCast 50 is a higher-end multiroom speaker that’s an alternative to the Sonos Play:5 What is the Yamaha MusicCast 50? The Yamaha MusicCast 50

Sonos Sub review: All about that bass

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

Marshall Woburn multi-room speaker review

Here’s a multi-room speaker that looks unashamedly like a bulky Marshall amplifier you might find on stage at a gig. Need your own Wall of

Sonos One vs Sonos Play:1: What’s the difference?

Sonos has announced a new speaker to its portfolio in the form of the Sonos One. The smart speaker brings integrated voice control with Amazon’s Alexa

Sonos Play:1 review

The Sonos Play:1 has big ambitions for its size. Slipping in as the smallest, most affordable of the Sonos family, the diminutive speaker might fool

Apple HomePod hands on

According to Apple, the iPod reinvented portable music and the Apple HomePod aims to do the same with our music at home. You can choose

Ninety7 Vaux Review: Echo Dot speaker-battery cuts Alexa’s cord

It’s easy to get hooked on having Amazon Alexa around, but though the affordable Echo Dot’s always-listening microphones are good, there’s no beating the true

Bluesound Pulse review

Verdict The Pulse throws its weight behind hi-res audio with aplomb; a slightly soft low-end is all that loses it a star For Solid mid-range

Sonos Play:5 review (2015): a generational leap forward

The all-new Sonos Play:5 is the company’s first major hardware revision; a fresh flagship for its fleet of WiFi-enabled speakers. Sonos’ products have always been

Ministry of Sound Audio L Plus review: Much more than a Clubber’s Guide

For Sound quality really is excellent (and not solely for dance music), tap and swipe controls, multi-room potential Against App less proficient than Sonos, build