Sonos Era 300 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker | $450
Sonos has revolutionized the music industry’s use of sound and design for more than 20 years. Sonos: comes from “sonorous,” I would guess, is a good way to describe their influence, especially these Era’s speakers.
The Era 300 costs only $450 at Adorama, and the Era 100 is only $250. These produce spatial audio for your musical enjoyment, whether they are used jointly or separately.
The unobtrusive and elegant Sonos designs look good next to your TV and on record shelves. Dolby Atmos boosts the Era 300 and uses “six optimally positioned drivers” to immerse you in the music.
The Sonos app may be used to customize the Era 100’s next-generation acoustics for the room. I won’t lie: this deal seems appealing.
Also read: The combination of Sonos and Alexa from Amazon is ideal.
- Use your voice to start and control your music. Amazon Alexa is already there.
- Using a single Sonos speaker, you can play music, check the news and traffic, manage smart devices, and use other helpful Amazon Alexa skills. Alexa voice calling is not supported by Sonos One.
- To play music from SiriusXM, iHeartRadio, Pandora, Amazon Music, and Pandora, ask Alexa. By 12/21/17, Spotify voice control was supported. Utilize the Sonos app to access hundreds of other streaming services.
- Enjoy a smart speaker’s unexpectedly full, rich sound. To play music in any or all rooms, wirelessly connect other Sonos Home Sound System speakers.