If you don’t already own a set of speakers from Sonos, this is a great opportunity to get out there and get yourself PLAY:5.
Sonos’ PLAY:5 is the proud successor to PLAY:3, and not much different in size. What Sonos offers is the possibility to drag and drop a stereo system in any corner of the house, connect it wirelessly and enjoy the music. Wireless speakers of great quality with the added perk of an easy to set wireless surround sound system.
The great thing about Sonos PLAY line is that these are smart speakers. And with the new update that Sonos is rolling out for free, they’re about to become even smarter. Not only that, but the sound quality of one individual speaker or a sound system is easily enviable.
PLAY:5 weighs 14 pounds. It sports a touch-sensitive surface, as well as positional sensors. These inform the smart speaker on whether it is positioned horizontally, vertically or in any other wacky position you might place it. The whole PLAY:5 kit also includes three tweeters, three dedicated amplifiers for the three mid-woofers. From here on, the fun starts. Connect one speaker or as many as you wish for a relaxed tone or a blasting party.
As for the update that Sonos has been preparing and is now giving away to Sonos customers, it’s called TruePlay. TruePlay allows your Sonos speakers to ‘feel’ or tune in to the environment around them, thus offering the best sound quality there is, without muffling because they’re hidden behind that heavy couch or scratches or any other impurity. Any speaker, wherever it may be hidden in the house, will adjust to the environment, making sure impeccable sound is heard throughout your living space.
Not to mention it only takes a couple of minutes to set TruePlay and enjoy the music from Sonos speakers. Complete the software update, click to open TruePlay and let yourself be guided by the instructive video. TruePlay is perfectly functional with all of Sonos’ speakers line: PLAY:1, PLAY:3, PLAY:5.
TruePlay is for free. PLAY:5 comes out this winter and costs 499 dollars.
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