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Initial Sonos Playbar impressions, understated soundbar

If we were to go back a few years the sound that we got from or TVs was pretty decent, but this is not the case anymore. The reason for this is because of our constant need to have a thinner TV, and this means that there has to be sacrifices, and that is to the quality of the sound. It’s for this very reason why so many of us are choosing to purchase a soundbar in order to have a beautiful sound to match the visual quality.

You might be interested to know that Sonos has a new soundbar about to hit the market called the Playbar and is said to offer a truly immersive sound to your TV, although the company describe this an an understated soundbar. What gives this soundbar the edge over many other systems already on the market is the fact that this is completely wireless, allowing you to stream your music direct onto the device.

The soundbar has come a long way over the years and the Sonos Playbar takes things a step further, which may have something to do with the 9 speakers hiding away inside. Well we say hiding; they cannot wait to show you that they are there when you start listing to music tracks or movies. However, it’s not all about the hardware, as the software also plays a huge part in reproducing the amazing sound.

Engadget has already spent some time with the Sonos Playbar, and while we await their full review it’s clear to see that their initial impressions were very positive. The only downside is that you will only get a dollar change from $700 once it hits the market in March.

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