Deal: Sonos PLAY: 3 & PLAYBAR Speakers On Sale, 07/05/16

There are literally tons of different options out there for wireless speakers, and generally if you're looking for something that can deliver good audio playback, most of the time you might go for something powered by Bluetooth. If you want something a little more high-end though, you might go for something like the speakers from Sonos. Normally, Sonos speakers cost quite a bit due to their simple wireless setup and HiFi quality sound, with speakers like the Sonos PLAY: 3 typically set at a $299 price tag, and the Sonos PLAYBAR costing $699. Right now, though, if you're a Prime member you can pick up the Sonos PLAY:3 in either Black or White for just $224, or the Sonos PLAYBAR for $524.

The Sonos PLAY:3 is a mid-sized, wall-mountable wireless speaker that is perfect for streaming music. Instead of using Bluetooth, it uses your WiFi connection to play the songs from your device, supporting locally stored music or streaming music from any number of services like Spotify, Pandora, Google Play Music, and more. Music can also be streamed to any room in the home if you have more than one Sonos PLAY:3 and connect them to each other, and you control the playback through a free smartphone companion app. The Sonos PLAYBAR is a TV soundbar that is also capable of streaming music, but was designed for home entertainment as its main purpose as you can connect it up to the TV. It also connects to the companion smartphone app for music control, and it's fitted with an IR blaster and can read most remotes for when you want to manage the audio for your TV.

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