Sonos announced its discounts its big Super Bowl sale - something many retailers and manufacturers are doing now. And it includes up to $200 off of its most popular products.
Starting things off, the PLAYBAR and PLAYBASE will be $599, good for $100 off of its regular price. The Sub will also be $599 and that is also $100 off. The Sonos Beam will be priced at $349 (which is its Black Friday price) and that is good for $50 off. Now if you are really looking to upgrade your setup, there is a 3.1 bundle that is available - includes the PLAYBAR or PLAYBASE with the Sub for $1198. And that is $200 off.
The PLAYBAR and PLAYBASE are both really good options for sound bars from Sonos, and offer the same level of sound and volume as the Beam. So the Beam is going to be the better option, especially since it does have Amazon Alexa built-in, and soon Google Assistant.
The Sonos Beam is a really great sound bar, as it does have Alexa, but it also has some insane engineering which allows Sonos to offer some really incredible sound out of such a small sound bar. Sonos is using HDMI to connect to your TV with this. And it will need HDMI ARC to connect properly. Most newer TVs do have HDMI ARC, but if you don't, Sonos does have an Optical adapter in the box.
With HDMI ARC, the Beam is able to control your TV as well. So using Alexa, you can ask the Beam to turn off your TV, adjust the volume, change channels and much more.
Sonos' Sub is also a great purchase, especially if you have a rather large entertainment center, as it is going to provide some really deep bass. Of course, that is what a Sub is meant to do. It's wireless, so that you can place it behind the couch, next to the TV, or really anywhere and it will still work as expected.
If you already have some of Sonos' speakers like the PLAY:1, PLAY:3, PLAY:5 or One, then these sound bars will be a great compliment as you can add wireless surround sound. With two PLAY:1's and a Beam, you can have an Alexa-enabled surround sound system in your home that doesn't take a whole lot to set up. You can also keep these in separate rooms and have them playing the same thing at the same time. And the best part is, there's no lag.
Finally, Sonos just debuted its up&running service, which offers same-day delivery, but it will also send someone to your home to setup your Sonos purchase for you. Now Sonos speakers are pretty simple to setup, just follow the directions in the app. But if you'd rather have someone else do it, Sonos has that option for you. Currently this is only available in about 50 US cities, but it is expanding pretty quickly.
You can purchase the Sonos PLAYBASE, PLAYBAR, Beam and Sub speakers from Sonos' own website using the links down below.