Sonos Unveils A Bunch Of Speaker Bundles For Sale

One of the advantages/features of Sonos’ speaker system is that users can connect multiple units together wirelessly to create a multiroom effect minus all the wires. Of course this would involve users having to buy multiple units, but if you’re totally fine with that, Sonos might have some offers for you.The company has recently unveiled a bunch of new speaker bundle options for customers. Note that these speakers aren’t new and have already been previously launched, so what these bundles do is that it lets customers purchase multiple units at once at slightly discounted rates. For example the Sonos One bundle includes a pair of Sonos One speakers priced at $379, which would have been priced at $398 had you purchased them separately.It gets cheaper the more you buy, such as the Sonos One bundle with four units that is priced at $729, offering customers further savings of $29 compared to the two speaker bundle. There are various models sold in these bundles, such as units that include a sound bar, a turntabl

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Mon 21 May 18 from Engadget

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Wed 16 May 18 from Engadget

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Tue 15 May 18 from CNET

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Wed 16 May 18 from Techradar

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