Sonos SUB wireless subwoofer offers pleasure for your ears
Between a silent movie with drop dead gorgeous visuals, or a sweeping, majestic soundtrack, which would you choose? It would definitely be a hard choice for some, as some of us are more inclined towards music, while others are more visual folks. The thing is this – the best would be an amalgamation of both, but sometimes, you can only choose one. This time around is slightly different – let us say that you have a high end gaming rig or one of the largest flat screen displays in the living room around your neighborhood. How about attending to the audio aspect?
This is where the Sonos SUB wireless subwoofer comes in handy. Do discount the fact that the company known as Sonos is still relatively young compared to the other more established players in the market such as Bang & Olufsen as well as Bowers & Wilkins, as Sonos was just founded in 2002 – a relatively young decade old. Since then, however, they have not short changed consumers at all, where Sonos has proven themselves to be consistent in rolling out quality wireless Hi-Fi systems. Let us take a closer look at how the Sonos SUB wireless subwoofer works right after the jump.
Basically, the Sonos SUB wireless subwoofer has every intention of filling up your home with bass, and it will do so far more compared to any current Sonos setup. Specially designed to complement the already impressive sonic capabilities of Sonos amplified products including the CONNECT:AMP, the PLAY:3 and the PLAY:5, this particular device will throw in a generous amount of throbbing bass into the mix. Sonos claims that the system settings will be automatically adjusted to balance the SUB with the output from any paired Sonos device in order to deliver nothing but the very best mix.
Apart from that, there is also a simple, one-button setup procedure, allowing the unit to be controlled over the dedicated Sonos Controller or dedicated free Android/iOS apps on mobile devices. Features of the Sonos SUB wireless subwoofer include a couple of state-of-the-art Class-D digital amplifiers within an acoustically dead proprietary resin outer shell with maximum internal air volume, and built-in digital signal processing circuitry. It will come in just one shade – Gloss Black, when it arrives this June 19th for $699 a pop.