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Sound bars don’t immediately benefit from Wi-Fi connectivity the way music systems do, because you usually use them with your TV, and your TV isn’t something you need to put in your pocket and walk around with. But that doesn’t mean that Sonos’ wireless music features don’t benefit from its first sound bar. Just the opposite, in fact.
Sonos is aiming to revolutionise home theatre audio by taking all the high-quality sound you need and want, and cramming it all into one big ol’ soundbar you can drop at the bottom of your TV. Sure, it will work with other Sonos units you have hanging around, the Sonos Playbar is also a starter piece that can stand alone. And for a soundbar, this sucker sounds good.
Sonos wireless sound systems might not be cheap, but their easily switchable, multi-zone design makes having wireless music throughout your house simple. In 2012, the company added a burly sub to its lineup of products, and from the looks of this FCC filing in the US, a sound bar, called the Playbar, might drop soon.