The Sonos One (Gen 2) features Bluetooth LE connectivity, a faster processor, and more memory.
Sonos has announced Australian availability for their new Architectural speaker range and launched the Sonos Amp into the local market.
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After launching in 2018, Google's YouTube Music streaming service is now available on Sonos.
Hisense has confirmed it'll be bringing its new soundbars to Australia in 2019.
Sony's battery-powered outdoor speaker has it all: Google Assistant, Chromecast, Bluetooth, and multi-colored LED light bars.
Edifier's self-powered Bluetooth speakers also support just about every wired source you could want, both digital (optical, coax, and USB) and analog (dual stereo RCA).
JBL has introduced its JRPOP ultra-portable, kid-friendly speaker.
Sonos has finally provided an update on Google Assistant support for its Sonos One and Sonos Beam speakers, pushing the software feature back to 2019.
Sonos has announced a partnership with Danish design brand HAY to bring Australian consumers the HAY for Sonos One Limited Edition Collection.
The LG WK7 offers a somewhat-simple proposition but there’s plenty to like about it.
As someone who’s a big fan of the company’s hardware, it feels like Sonos is dropping the ball in 2018 when it comes to software.
Most just want something that’s easy to carry, sounds good and doesn’t cost them too much - and the Ultimate Ears Megaboom 3 is all of those things.
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The Echo Spot feels like a really-specific option that’s only really going to be worth if you’re comfortable with letting another webcam into your life and actively-enthusiastic about the ability to integrate Alexa voice commands into your current smart security setup.
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