Sonos makes some Our favorite speaker because you can seamlessly connect multiple speakers around your home without getting tangled up in annoying cables. It kicked off its Cyber Monday sale early, but it’s coming off strong. You’ll find discounts on some of our favorite speakers, soundbars, and subwoofers. Promotion runs until November 28th. This is a great opportunity to build a surround sound setup.
Update Monday, November 28: We added the Sonos Move and updated prices and links.
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If you want to take your music with you and make sure they sound as good as possible, the Sonos Move is your best friend (8/10, WIRED recommends). It’s powered by Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, has 11 hours of battery life, and has a microphone to help its sound adapt to your surroundings (it also supports Google Assistant or Alexa). Booming bass sounds really good. It is also splash resistant. It has limited Bluetooth capabilities, but you can carry it around with the built-in handle.
Carry music with you? The Sonos Roam SL is a variation on one of our favorite portable Bluetooth speakers. It has all the features and great sound quality we liked in the regular Roam (9/10, WIRED Recommends) without voice controls. Unfortunately, a wireless charging pad ($49) isn’t included with the speaker, but if you save money, the charging pad is technically only $17.
When it comes to a good old fashioned voice-activated speaker, the Sonos One is our favorite. It can connect to your virtual assistants like Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, adding an extra layer of utility, and it still offers some of the best sound quality you can get from a speaker this size.
If you don’t want the voice control options of the aforementioned Sonos One, you might prefer the SL version. You get all the benefits of the standard One speaker, including great audio performance, with fewer privacy concerns.
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The Beam (Gen 2) is the most approachable of all Sonos soundbars. It sounds great, has some nice features, and is just the right size. It’s not the brand’s most powerful soundbar, but it’s the best balance of sound and size for most living rooms. The Beam supports Dolby Atmos and voice assistants (Google Assistant, Alexa, and Siri); it’s more responsive than its predecessor; and it looks stylish on a shelf or mounted to a wall.
While the Beam is the best Sonos soundbar for most homes, the Arc (9/10, WIRED Recommends) is our upgrade choice. The incredibly powerful Arc delivers deep bass and crisp, loud sound, making it our top choice for home theater setups. In some rooms, sound bounces off the walls well enough to mimic a decent surround sound system. This soundbar is the most expensive in the Sonos lineup, so this deal presents a great opportunity to upgrade and save some cash in the process.
A soundbar can greatly improve your TV experience, but a subwoofer is an excellent option for rounding out subwoofer frequencies. The Sub is expensive, but the richer bass it adds to any Sonos system is worth it. Overall, you get a more balanced sound. If that’s too expensive, check out the newer Sonos Sub Mini ($429).