Running a PA hire firm, I was somewhat sceptical about SONOS PLAYBAR Wireless Home Cinema Soundbar versus a separates system. Since I owned a THX/Onkyo program at and we just moved to another address, I didn’t have the blissful luxury of being able to run wires. I thus investigated this and therefore I’m glad I did so. Granted the SONOS PLAYBAR Wireless Home Cinema Soundbar will not beat a proper top-quality system but the mixture of the multi area connectivity and being able to use Wi-Fi right to the system no matter if you go out of range etc will get any smart home geek happy.
The setup of the SONOS PLAYBAR Wireless Home Cinema Soundbar takes almost no time at all and is self-explanatory. Ideally you wish to connect an iPad, but it isn’t essential for if you are operating the tuning portion of the app. Even without a separate sub the SONOS PLAYBAR Wireless Home Cinema Soundbar really does provide it some welly and can give any sound bar a run for its money.
My one complaint with the app (and this by no means reflects on the SONOS PLAYBAR Wireless Home Cinema Soundbar itself) is that you can’t play media from Dropbox. Provided Dropbox is among the biggest cloud storage services available this appears ludicrous. That is a embarrassment when you want to be able to stream a baby sensory tune to your child to help them sleep or simply unreleased material from an performers both of which will be the case with myself.
As mentioned this is an app issue and not an equipment reflection and I’d still recommend the merchandise for those who have the budget and must function within the constraints of failing to have cables.
Per conclusion, this is a well developed soundbar with exceptional quality sound.