Sonos vs Bose: Model by Model Review

In today’s world of high technology, most people are imprisoned in the sphere of screens and electronics. These things have the greatest impact on human life nowadays. If we categorize people technologically then we will find a huge group who are music lovers and have got cravings for high-tech music.

Sonos or Bose? Which is the best sound system for you? Which one should you invest in? As the variations are hard to evaluate this is a matter of huge confusion amongst many. Today, in this article I will give you a comprehensive idea about both Sonos and bose, about their features and reasons why they might be best for you.

But remember, I’m to recommend and you are to finalize the best for you. Going through the article will help you to have a better understanding of the tech world and make you confident about your choice based on not only visualization but also on proper knowledge. Here goes your guideline!

What is the Sonos Sound System?

Sonos sound system consists of speakers, sub, soundbars, amplifiers that are essential to creating a home theatre. Some speakers or bars have woofers while others are better if a subwoofer is included.

Some models of Sonos are Bluetooth compatible. With Sonos, you can connect one speaker to another one in a different room or same room and stream music from famous services like Spotify, Deezer, or Pandora.

What is the Bose Sound system?

Bose manufactures portable speakers, standard speakers, subwoofers, soundbars and is famous for noise-cancellation technology. Different models come with different characteristics without compromising sound quality.

You can choose what you need based on your budget, purpose (indoor or outdoor), room size, etc. they also support a wide number of streaming services as well as multi-room.

what you should look for in a speaker:

  • Bass: Bass is responsible for producing a low-frequency range of 60 to 250Hz. It adds harmony and rhythm to the music and gives a booming effect. The bass of a speaker depends on the size, the bigger the speaker, the better the bass. Along with size the driver capabilities, frequency response, cone area, and crossover circuitry play a vital role.
  • Loudness: audio-freaks love playing songs at high volume. The loudness of a speaker is essential if you throw parties very often. Loudness is measured in sensitivity (dB). Generally, the speaker has a sensitivity of 87-88dB and if it is around 90dB the loudness is considered excellent.
  • Signal to noise ratio (SNR): the audio output includes some level of noise generated by internal components. The higher the number the better the audio will be.
  • Frequency response: this is a measure of how low or how high the speaker can get. If the rating says 65Hz-20 kHz +/-3, this means it can get as low as 65Hz and as high as 20kHz within 3dB. If the speaker can get lower than 50Hz it will generate good bass.
  • Impedance: generally an ideal range of impedance for speakers is 6-8 ohms.
  • Material: generally if the speaker is made of denser material like wood, it is good while generating bass and audio.

5 Facts to Compare between Sonos and Bose Sound system:

NFC

NFC stands for Near Field Communication. This technology allows speakers for short-range wireless communication between different devices like smartphones, tablets, or IC tags.

Bose supports NFC which effectively pairs devices with the speakers. The Bluetooth pairing can be done successfully by pressing the N-mark sign in Bose devices.

Bluetooth

Bluetooth compatibility in speakers or soundbars makes them flexible to use. You can easily connect your tab, mobile to stream music. All Bose speakers have Bluetooth compatibility which is not the case in Sonos.

Humidity resistant

This feature allows us to use the product with ease. Some recent models of Sonos are resistant to humidity or moisture. This means you can take it outside by the pool or in an open field without worrying about damaging your speaker.

You can also place them in washrooms and listen to music while showering. Bose speakers do not have this feature.

Voice compatibility

Google Assistant support was introduced in the Sonos speakers a bit later than the Amazon Alexa. On the other hand, bose has voice assistant support of Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa in their selected products, and in this case, they followed the footsteps of Sonos.

Music compatibility

Compared to Bose, Sonos supports more streaming services allowing users to listen to the one they like or are subscribed to.

Features Sonos speaker Bose speaker
NFC N/A Yes
Bluetooth Not present in all the speakers Present in all speakers
Humidity resistant Recent speakers have got this feature. N/A
Voice assistant Google Assistant & Alexa Sonos Beam, Sonos Move, Sonos One, Sonos Arc soundbar Bose soundbar 500 & 700, Bose home speaker 300, 450 & 500, Bose portable home speaker
Alexa Sonos sub and Sonos play:5
Music accessibility
  • Amazon Music,
  • Deezer,
  • Audible,
  • Spotify,
  • TuneIn
  • Radio,
  • Pandora,
  • SiriusXM,
  • Apple Music,
  • iHeartRadio,
  • Spotify,
  • Deezer,
  • Tidal,
  • Tuneln,
  • Youtube Music,
  • Google Play Music,
  • Pandora,
  • Spotify
  • Pandora
  • Amazon music
  • SiriusXM
  • iHeartRadio
  • Tuneln
  • Deezer

Sonos Beam vs Bose Soundbar 700:

Features Sonos Beam Bose Soundbar 700
Dimension H × W × D – 2.70 × 25.625 × 3.94 inch W × H × D – 38.5 × 2.3 × 4.3 inch
Weight 6.2 lbs 10.49 lbs
Colour Black and white Black and white
Power supply Auto-switching 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz AC universal input. 100-240 VAC; 50/60 Hz
Ethernet port One 10/100 Mbps Yes
Bluetooth Bluetooth low energy (BLE). It does not support audio streaming, Yes
Wifi Yes Yes
NFC N/A Yes
Amplifier Five Class-D amplifiers Present
HDMI HDMI arc present HDMI input and output
Voice control Alexa and Google assistant  Alexa and Google Assistant

Sonos Beam Review:

Beam has got a minimal design with no protrusion from the body. It supports Google Assistant, Amazon’s Alexa along with Apple’s Siri. You don’t get to use them simultaneously but you get to switch between them whenever you want. HDMI ARC present in this speaker helps you to connect it with the TV but unfortunately, it may not be compatible with all the smart TVs out there.

The beam does not suffer from a narrow sweet spot holding an excellent soundstage which might not be prevalent in other soundbars with this price. Apart from music, the beam’s high sound quality will mesmerize you while you watch movies, matches, and different shows on your TV.

Alongside so many good virtues, the beam lacks in Dolby Atmos support and is not that great at lower volumes.

Bose Soundbar 700 Review:

This bar has three channels and side-firing speakers that cause the audio to reflect back from walls. It supports Alexa and Google Assistant. The 700 is compatible with Apple AirPlay 2 and has HDMI eARC. Although it has an elegant design with a glass top the glass reflects pictures from the TV screens and trails of fingerprints make it look messy.

However, you may feel a bit lack in the bass which is recoverable using a separate subwoofer. The soundbar has PhaseGuide and Quiteport technology and supports Dolby Digital and DTS. It has four mid-range drivers on both sides of the tweeter.

The ADAPTiQ technology analyses frequency, distance, and a total of five measurements to deliver accurate sound. It doesn’t support HDMI and lacks the booming bass needed for movies or games.

Sonos Arc Soundbar vs Bose Soundtouch 300:

Features Sonos Arc Soundbar Bose Soundtouch 300
Dimension H × W × D – 3.4 × 45 × 4.5 inch W × H × D – 38.5 × 2.2 × 4.2 inch
Weight 13.78 lbs 10.4 lbs
Colour Black and white with a matte finish Black and white
HDMI Present Present (one)
ADAPTiQ headset N/A Present
Amplifier 11 Class-D digital amplifiers Present
Power supply Auto-switching 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Ethernet One 1/100 Mbps port LAN
Wifi Yes Yes
NFC N/A Yes
Infrared receiver Present N/A

Sonos Arc Soundbar Review:

Design-wise Sonos arc has got a distinctive one. Four LEDs glow gently which adjust automatically according to the ample lighting in the room. Touch-sensitive controls are present on the top of the speaker which allows you to play, pause, or adjust the volume. The arc is concave at both ends having punctured with hundreds of tiny holes in the middle.

As arc has Dolby Atmos support, you will feel that you are listening to overhead music. I say this is the best for TV because it’s just painless to connect your arc to the TV. It can be done through HDMI arc or via optical cable. Just plug and play! It has got impressive sound quality in case you watch a movie. The impressive sound quality of this soundbar will never allow you to feel the necessity of a subwoofer.

Coming to the limitations of arc, it lacks in multi-channel LPCM audio. However, non-gamers won’t care about this. Only one HDMI port might be the second issue. The product is only compatible with the Sonos subwoofer and doesn’t support MQA.

Bose Soundtouch 300 Review:

When it comes to the ability to reproduce both incidental effects and dialogue with crystal clarity, bose SoundTouch 300 is one of the best. It benefits you with great sound outcomes both in the case of music and movies.

It has three channels, uses both PhaseGuide and Quietport technology for better audio production. But it needs a subwoofer if you want that extra bass. The soundbar supports Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and multi-room feature. It supports Dolby Digital and DTS.

The ST300 delivers a broader soundstage which is ideal for watching sports. To improve surround sound you can pair it up with 300 surround speakers.

Sonos Play 5 vs Bose Soundtouch 30:

Features Sonos play 5 Bose Soundtouch 30
Dimension H × W × D – 8.03 × 14.33 × 6.06 inch 9.7 × 17.1 × 7.1 inch
Weight 14 lbs 25.8 lbs
Colour Black and white with graphite grille Black and white
Amplifier Six Class-D amplifier Yes
Power supply 100-240 V, 50-60 AC universal 100 VAC, 60 Hz
Wifi Yes Yes
Bluetooth N/A Yes
Ethernet 10/100 Mbps (one)

Sonos Play 5 Review:

If you have more than one Sonos speaker and preparing to establish a home theatre this speaker is designed to serve as your musical hub. It consists of six class D amplifier.

Bose SoundTouch 30:

Prefer listening to your own tunes? Bose Soundtouch 30 with warm, powerful bass might be the one for you. It has an amplifier and supports both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

Sonos Playbar vs Bose Solo 5:

Features Sonos Playbar Bose Solo 5
Dimension H × W × D – While mounted: 5.51 × 35.43 × 3.35 inch

– While resting: 3.35 × 35.43 × 5.51 inch

W × H × D – 21.6 × 2.8 × 3.4 inch
Weight 11.9 lbs 3.7 lbs
Colour Black and white Black
Power supply 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz AC universal input. 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Bluetooth N/A Yes
Wifi Yes N/A
Amplifier 9 class- D amplifiers Yes
Power consumption 5.8 W 30 W
Ethernet port Two 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port N/A
Optical audio cable Yes Yes

Sonos Playbar Review:

The woofers and tweeters deliver crisp and detailed audio along with a wider soundstage. It connects with a computer or NAS device and you can stream music from Android, iOS, or tablet. The bar connects to the TV via digital optical cable. It supports Dolby Digital but not DTS or TrueHD.

The soundbar has an IR repeater which means even if it’s blocking TV you can still control it. Although it produces bass with adequate rumble if you think you need more ‘boom’ you can add the Sub with it. Some drawbacks are, it doesn’t support HDMI or 7.1 surround sound.

Bose Solo 5 Review:

This versatile soundbar comes with a dialogue mode which makes every word more clearer to hear. Enjoy every detail and dialogue clearly with your bose solo 5! It has a compact size so people who have space issues can easily use this.

It has two drivers placed at an angle to create the soundstage. It comes with a universal remote that will work for TV, soundbar, or Blue-ray player. The mid-range audio is delivered accurately, and voices and dialogues are produced with clarity. If you want to stream the music you can do so via Bluetooth.

Due to its size, it will work better with small TVs. The bass isn’t that impressive and it doesn’t support Dolby Atmos or DTS.

Sonos One (Gen 2) vs Bose Soundlink mini 2:

Features Sonos One Bose Soundlink  Mini 2
Dimension 6.36 × 4.69 × 4.69 inch W × H × D – 7.09 × 2.01 × 2.28 inch
Weight 4.08 lbs 1.5 lbs
Colour Black and white with matte grille Luxe silver and triple black, midnight blue, yellow citron
Bluetooth N/A Yes
Wifi Yes N/A
Power supply 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz AC universal input 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Bass Deep, rich bass Deep bass
Amplifier Two Class-D digital amplifier Present
Stereo pairing Yes Yes
Microphone Far-field microphone array Inbuilt

Sonos One Review:

If you are in search of a simple speaker with great audio quality, then Sonos play:1 is the one for you. It has an LED indicator and has two Class-D digital amplifiers. It supports Wi-Fi and USB-C port.

The far-field technology helps the speaker to hear your voice so that the voice assistant can act accordingly. It delivers deep and rich bass. Moreover, it’s wireless!

Bose Soundlink Mini 2 Review:

This Bose speaker is relatively old in the market with respect to many other recent ones. It also lacks many modern features like NFC and water resistance. But it is still one of the best sounding speakers.

So you should not completely wipe it off from your list. It has an amplifier and built-in microphone and it delivers good bass.

Sonos Play 3 vs Bose Revolve Plus

Features Sonos Play 3 Bose Revolve Plus
Dimension H × W × D – 5.2 × 10.6 × 6.3 inch W × D × H – 4.1 × 4.1 × 7.2 inch
Weight 2.6 kg 2 lbs
Colour White with metallic grille and black with graphite grille Triple black and lux silver
Amplifier Three Class-D digital amplifier Yes
True 360 degree sound N/A Yes
Bluetooth N/A Yes
Wifi Yes N/A
NFC N/A Yes
Water-resistant N/A Yes
Power supply 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz AC 110-240 V AC

Sonos Play 3 Review:

Sonos speakers have been one of the most expensive ones in the market for many days. But finally, they launched a budget speaker which you can buy without digging a hole in your pocket.  Sonos hasn’t compromised with its quality even a bit. It has a three-class D amplifier and supports Wi-Fi.

Bose Revolve Plus Review:

Bose Revolve plus is the almost same as the Bose Soundlink

Revolve. However, being the updated version Revolve plus has got longer battery life, is also bigger and louder.

It has an amplifier and supports Bluetooth but not Wi-Fi. It also has True 360 degree sound and NFC.

Sonos Five vs Bose Home Speaker 500:

FEATURES Sonos Five Bose Home Speaker 500
Dimension H × W × D – 8.03 × 14.33 × 6.06 inch 8 × 6.7 × 4.3 inch
Weight 6.36 kg (14 lbs) 2.15kg (4.75 lb)
Colour Black and white with matte finish. Black and white
Power supply Auto-switching 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz AC universal input. 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz
Number of microphones No built-in microphone 8
Microphone mute Yes Yes
Amplifier Six Class-D amplifiers Present
Audio 3.5 mm jack 3.5mm input
Touch controls Yes Yes
Woofer 3 Absent
Tweeter 3 Absent
Wireless radio Present Absent
Visual Assistant Support Not inbuilt Amazon Alexa, Google assistant
Wifi Yes Yes
Memory 512MB SDRAM

512MB NAND FLASH

Not as huge as Sonos.

Sonos Five Review:

Sonos five is the successor of the play:5. Speakers are more for music rather than TV audio or movies. This third-generation multi-room speaker will surely impress you with its great sound quality. It has three Class-D amplifiers, 3 tweeters, and 3 woofers. Along with a 3.5mm audio jack, it supports Wi-Fi.

Bose Home Speaker 500 Review:

This single speaker holds the ability to produce the most powerful bass and crispest clarity which can convert your room into an orchestral oasis. Having almost no downsides, It will fit anywhere including any kind of party you would like to throw.

It has 8 built-in microphones, a mute button, and 3.5mm audio input. It has an amplifier and supports Wi-Fi. The speaker works with both Google Assistant and Alexa.

Sonos Sub vs Bose 700 Sub

Features Sonos sub Bose 700 sub
Dimension H × W × D – 15.3 × 15.8 × 6.2 inch 12.9 × 11.6 × 11.6 inch
Weight 36.3 lbs 30 lbs
Colour Black and white with a gloss finish Bose black and Arctic white
Amplifier Two Class-D amplifiers Yes
Power supply Auto-switching 100-240 V, 50-60 Hz AC universal input. AC 120 V
Wifi Yes Yes
Ethernet  10/100 Mbps (one) N/A
Dual acoustic ports Yes N/A

Sonos Sub Review:

You can also add a sub if you want a full-on 5.1 surround. Two Class-D amplifiers and two force canceling speakers are enough to bring up your party mood.

After full set-up, you can do many things like speech enhancement to listen to the dialogues clearly and also night sound mode which allows you to enjoy yourself without disturbing others. You have also got the option to decrease or increase the power of the speakers.

Bose 700 Sub Review:

This is one of the latest production of bose with a built-in voice assistant along with support for Apple Airplay 2. Coming to this era to technology HDMI inputs and Dolby Atmos support is a must to become the best. But somehow bose stayed behind in this case.

Which speaker/soundbar will be best for TV or movies:

While choosing a soundbar you should consider the following criteria:

Dolby Atmos or Digital: this audio feature is very crucial to improve the sound quality.  The Dolby Digital Dolby Digital is five full-bandwidth channels, front left, front right, center, surround left, and surround right. It delivers true surround sound quality and cinematic surround sound experience.

Dolby Atmos has upward-firing speakers so that the sound will bounce off the ceiling and reach the user. It uses a 9.1-bed channel and emphasizes high and low sounds like explosions and fluttering of wings.

Channels: generally soundbars have 2 or 3 channels. But it might be more and more channels means better surround sound. If there is a number on the soundbar like 5.1.2, this means it has five channels, one subwoofer and the last number means it supports Dolby Atmos.

Drivers: Soundbars consists of tweeter, woofer, mid-range drivers. All these may vary in number and they are responsible for the bass and tremble of audio. If the bar has a woofer it will deliver some bass without the addition os subwoofer.

Sensitivity: the sensitivity of a soundbar is related to loudness. Generally, a soundbar with more sensitivity will consume less power and produce high, crystal clear sound.

Recommended Sonos Sound Systems

Sonos Arc Quick review:

Design-wise Sonos arc has got a distinctive one. Four LEDs glow gently which adjust automatically according to the ample lighting in the room. Touch-sensitive controls are present on the top of the speaker which allows you to play, pause, or adjust the volume. The arc is concave at both ends having punctured with hundreds of tiny holes in the middle.

As arc has Dolby Atmos support, you will feel that you are listening to overhead music. I say this is the best for TV because it’s just painless to connect your arc to the TV. It can be done through HDMI arc or via optical cable.

Just plug and play! It has got impressive sound quality in case you watch a movie. The impressive sound quality of this soundbar will never allow you to feel the necessity of a subwoofer.

Coming to the limitations of arc, it lacks in multi-channel LPCM audio. However, non-gamers won’t care about this. Only one HDMI port might be the second issue. The product is only compatible with the Sonos subwoofer and doesn’t support MQA.

Sonos Playbar Quick review:

The woofers and tweeters deliver crisp and detailed audio along with a wider soundstage. It connects with a computer or NAS device and you can stream music from Android, iOS, or tablet. The bar connects to the TV via digital optical cable. It supports Dolby Digital but not DTS or TrueHD.

The soundbar has an IR repeater which means even if it’s blocking TV you can still control it. Although it produces bass with adequate rumble if you think you need more ‘boom’ you can add the Sub with it. Some drawbacks are, it doesn’t support HDMI or 7.1 surround sound.

Sonos Beam Quick review:

Beam has got a minimal design with no protrusion from the body. It supports Google Assistant, Amazon’s Alexa along with Apple’s Siri. You don’t get to use them simultaneously but you get to switch between them whenever you want.

HDMI ARC present in this speaker helps you to connect it with the TV but unfortunately, it may not be compatible with all the smart TVs out there.

The beam does not suffer from a narrow sweet spot holding an excellent soundstage which might not be prevalent in other soundbars with this price. Apart from music, the beam’s high sound quality will mesmerize you while you watch movies, matches, and different shows on your TV.

Alongside so many good virtues, the beam lacks in Dolby Atmos support and is not that great at lower volumes.

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Recommended Bose Sound Systems:

Bose Solo 5 Quick review:

This versatile soundbar comes with a dialogue mode which makes every word more clearer to hear. Enjoy every detail and dialogue clearly with your bose solo 5! It has a compact size so people who have space issues can easily use this.

It has two drivers placed at an angle to create the soundstage. It comes with a universal remote that will work for TV, soundbar, or Blue-ray player. The mid-range audio is delivered accurately, and voices and dialogues are produced with clarity. If you want to stream the music you can do so via Bluetooth.

Due to its size, it will work better with small TVs. The bass isn’t that impressive and it doesn’t support Dolby Atmos or DTS.

Bose Soundbar 700 Quick review:

This bar has three channels and side-firing speakers that cause the audio to reflect back from walls. It supports Alexa and Google Assistant. The 700 is compatible with Apple AirPlay 2 and has HDMI eARC. Although it has an elegant design with a glass top the glass reflects pictures from the TV screens and trails of fingerprints make it look messy.

However, you may feel a bit lack in the bass which is recoverable using a separate subwoofer. The soundbar has PhaseGuide and Quiteport technology and supports Dolby Digital and DTS. It has four mid-range drivers on both sides of the tweeter.

The ADAPTiQ technology analyses frequency, distance, and a total of five measurements to deliver accurate sound. It doesn’t support HDMI and lacks the booming bass needed for movies or games.

Bose Soundtouch 300 Quick review:

When it comes to the ability to reproduce both incidental effects and dialogue with crystal clarity, bose SoundTouch 300 is one of the best. It benefits you with the great sound outcomes both in case of music and movies.

It has three channels, uses both PhaseGuide and Quietport technology for better audio production. But it needs a subwoofer if you want that extra bass. The soundbar supports Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and multi-room feature. It supports Dolby Digital and DTS.

The ST300 delivers a broader soundstage which is ideal for watching sports. To improve surround sound you can pair it up with 300 surround speakers.

Sonos vs bose home theatre

Let us begin with the Sonos home theatre at first.

You know that you need to build your own home theatre by connecting different speakers. So if you want to have a surround system of Sonos, then what speakers should you buy? I will give you an idea of building a standard Sonos home theatre.

Rating: 5.0 out of 5

Playbar: Sonos version of the soundbar is the Playbar. It has got nine class D amplifiers that drive the three tweeters responsible to cover the highs and six mid-woofers to cover low-frequency sounds.

You can simply plug your Playbar with the TV for which you will not need e separate amp. But your TV must have enough HDMI ports for all your video gear. In spite of this negative point, it has a higher comfort level rather than fiddling with multiple components set up.

Play 3 or play 1: You can choose anyone between play:1 and play:3. If your bank supports you can go with the play:3 as this more expensive but more powerful. A large room will welcome play:3 more as they will be better able to fill a large room with a decent range of sound. However, both will work impressively.

Sonos Sub: You can also add a sub if you want a full-on 5.1 surround. Two Class-D amplifiers and two force canceling speakers are enough to bring up your party mood.

After full set-up, you can do many things like speech enhancement to listen to the dialogues clearly and also night sound mode which allows you to enjoy yourself without disturbing others. You have also got the option to decrease or increase the power of the speakers.

The most important and most convenient part of the Sonos 5.1 surround system: Ultimate wireless home theatre.

Now it’s time for the review of bose home theatre. Here it goes!

Rating: 4.2 out of 5 (in Amazon)

The bose standard home theatre is made with Soundbar 700, bass  Module 700 subwoofer, and surround speakers.

Bose soundbar 700 has a very prompt sound field which is much wider than many other 5.1 home theatre systems. It delivers crystal clear sound even of whispered dialogues. Both wifi and Bluetooth are available so that you can use either wifi to stream music or connect Bluetooth with your phone or other devices.

Another additive feature of this speaker is that it has integrated Amazon Alexa so that you can control your speaker with voice commands.

The subwoofer in this set-up will also throw a nice punch without any distortion and will provide deep bass.  All the surround speakers and subwoofer are wireless but have no Dolby Atmos support.

Now, you may wonder what does surround speakers mean? How many speakers does it include? Here, we are talking about surround sound 5.1 which includes 1 center speaker, two rear speakers, and two front left and right speakers.

This is one of the best home theatre packages available in the market with sophisticated design and exceptional sound.

At the end of the discussion, I would recommend the Sonos home theatre for sure.

FAQ

Can I connect my bose to Sonos?

Yes, you can connect your bose to Sonos. If your bose device has an amplifier of its own then it can use Sonos connect. But Sonos Amp can be used by your bose speaker even if it does not have an amplifier on its own

Can you link other speakers to Sonos?

Yes, you can connect your old speakers with your Sonos. For this you need to wire up your existing speakers with the Sonos Connect: Amp, Connect, Port or Amp. In this case, you will have to make use of ‘Analog audio out’ ports on the back of your speaker wires and your device.

However, different devices might have different types of connectors.

How many Sonos speakers can you link?

This basically depends on the power of your speaker. The easiest one is the two speakers (L/R) setup. But you can add up to four speakers on the new Amp and the Connect: Amp officially.

It’s even possible to add more but this time you might face the problem of overloading. Some technical issues may arise which may be harmful. So it’s better to avoid connecting more than four speakers.

For more information read Guideline to check Speakers impedance

Final Thoughts

Sonos or Bose? It’s a huge debate with endless confusion. But still, I tried to give you ample information regarding both of the speakers and their qualities. This article will enrich your knowledge about everything you need to know about the speakers starting from specification to their performance quality.

If you ask me, I will recommend for bose revolve plus because of its portability and 360 degrees sound and Sonos five because of its powerful CPU and higher memory capacity. Now it’s your turn to go through the article and to recognize the best one for you!

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