There is no question that I am a big fan of the Sonos Music system, I have had mine since 2004 and it is still working perfectly. And their application just keeps getting better and better, especially their simplification of it did a fantastic job of making straight forward and simple to use. You know the people behind Sonos are audiophiles, they really do care about sound their first unit was an amplifier and they try to integrate with as many music systems as possible and by far it is the best music distribution system I have ever seen by far, and the quality of sound just speaks for itself. The one thing is that the Sonos Speakers aren’t built to handle deep bass, but the Sonos Sub is. This self-powered subwoofer connects effortlessly to your existing Sonos system, adding a healthy dose of low-end aptitude thanks to two force-canceling speakers that are positioned face-to-face to eliminate cabinet buzz and rattle. You can get it in a beautiful glossy black finish next month and a matte black model arriving in October.
Price: $600 – $700