Sonos PLAYBAR Sound Bar, PLAY:1 Wireless Speaker & SUB Wireless Subwoofer - Black

  • Web Code: B0008159
  • Release Date: 08-23-2016
Save: $100
Sale Ends: January 25, 2018
Sold and shipped by: Best Buy
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Enjoy a stellar home theatre experience with this Sonos surround sound bundle. It features the Sonos PLAYBAR, which complements your TV with crisp, powerful sound from nine amplified speaker drivers. The 2 PLAY:1 wireless speakers can function as surround sound rear speakers, providing crisp, detailed audio, while the SUB is ideal for when you crave deep bass.

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  1. Sonos PLAYBAR Sound Bar
  2. Sonos SUB Wireless Subwoofer - Black
  3. Sonos PLAY:1 Wireless Speaker - Black


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  • from Calgary

Awesome audio

This system is unrivaled in quality and ease of use. The app allows even the technoobs to set this system up easily. The sound quality delivered is compared to alot higher valued audio equipment, and the fact that each speaker is individually amplified just adds to the quality and long term use. Keep up the good work Sonos.

  • from Toronto, ON

Best Sound System available current;y

Best value for money in terms of sound quality, ease of use, technology and price.

  • from Toronto, ON

Shopping but info missing

There is information missing -- What formats does this system decode, if any? Dolby Digital? DTS? Must one rely on one's source to decode the 5.1 info?