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Sonos PLAY:5 review for the Whole Room wireless speaker

Gone are the days where you need to restrain your music to just one room, or that a device needs to be connected to a dock physically in order to enjoy your music, as Sonos has changed all that. We know there are other similar systems out there, but the Sonos Play:5 Whole Room Wireless Speaker is proof there are hardly none better for the price.

The PLAY5US1BLK model is still the daddy when it comes to all-in-one speakers like this thanks to its 5 integrated HiFi speakers and 5 digital amps, which make it an extreme powerhouse. What else makes this so special is how your entire music library can be streamed, including radio stations, via your Android or iOS device, as well as Mac and PC.

If you are interested in one of these speakers but feel as though it is a lot of money to pay and need to make the right decision, a review is very much needed.

Sonos PLAY-5 rear

However, seeing as though it is a lot to spend and one review could be biased, we thought we would include several video reviews to help you come to an informed decision, seeing as though each person in these videos has a different take on the PLAY:5.

The first video is from the Review Brothers and we love how it is described as a piece to the Sonos puzzle, and so comes with a bridge. They cover all of the basics and pretty much answers what needs to be answered.

Sonos PLAY-5 speaker

Next we have an unboxing and and first look. We learn what is included in the box and what it looks like once taken out. The third video is the best, seeing as though we get to see the Sonos Play 5, Play 1 & Bridge reviewed. Doing this gives you an idea of just how well thought out the range is, although the top of the range model really does stand out.

If you are considering getting this model after watching these videos, then you might want to take a look at its specs and features, which you can do by visiting the official Sonos website.

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