Only the black speaker is available at this price. Can stream music from your favorite platforms. Syncs with other Sonos speakers, including creating stereo sound when paired with a second Play:1. Also can be controlled from an app on your phone.
Sonos has been cutting the cord going back to its Move speaker, only to go further with portability by coming out with the Roam. They're both in the same system, yet feel very different. So which one is worth listening to? It really is all about where you want to go.
If you love music as much as I do, you want to have it with you everywhere and you want it to sound good. With the Sonos Roam being a compact, portable speaker, it is the perfect companion for keeping the music with you. With summertime getting closer by the day, that means pool parties and the beach — but can the Roam survive getting wet?
For the most part, your TV's sound works just fine. But sometimes, you want a better sound output and there are plenty of options with the help of a soundbar. Gone are the days of having to deal with a bunch of cables, soundbars make everything easy and many are completely wireless.
For the most part, the sound from your TV is serviceable, but there are some situations where you want a better sound output and there are plenty of options with the help of a soundbar. Some soundbars include a wireless subwoofer, while others offer smart home integration and we have found the best soundbars you can get for your home.
The One SL is down to $139 and the 2nd-gen One is down to $159. Both prices are $40 off what they regularly go for. Both are just $10 above what they were during Black Friday. Sonos deals do not last long so hop on that train. Choo-choo!