Sonos devices aren’t the cheapest out there, we all know that. So, in an effort to cater to smaller budgets, the company is getting ready to release an affordable subwoofer, the Sonos Sub Mini.
As the name implies, the Sub Mini is the little brother of the Sonos Sub which retails for $749 right now. You can expect this one to shave off a couple hundred dollars and come with a slightly different design.
In fact, as The Verge showed in their render, both Sub devices have vertical cutouts in the middle of their bodies, but the Mini has a more “elongated, pill-shaped” one while the regular one will be distinguishable by its rectangular cutout.
We don’t have spec details or any info of the different features it comes with but you can assume it will “have a similar internal layout — albeit with smaller, less powerful components.”
You can also count on wireless connectivity and pairing support with the Sonos Ray, Beam and Arc.
Sonos is getting ready to launch the device soon so leaks concerning its price and release date should pop up next.
Meanwhile, the company is also working on launching its own Alexa, a voice control system that will handle both its speakers as well as music services like Amazon Music, Apple Music, Sonos Radio, etc. As you can imagine, if you go for Sonos devices, you’ll soon be adding “Hey Sonos” to your daily salute.
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