Last year IKEA announced an upcoming collaboration with Sonos where they would be creating a set of speakers together. Details of those speakers are expected to be officially unveiled next month, but in the meantime IKEA has decided to tease the upcoming speakers with some images that shows what it could look like.
Last year IKEA announced that they would be teaming up with Sonos to create a set of smart speakers. IKEA had previously dabbled in Bluetooth speakers, but this would mark the first time the company would be launching a set of smart speakers, and the good news is that we might be able to get a glimpse of it next month.
Sonos has teamed up with Sonance for the all-new Sonos Architectural collection of speakers intended for both indoor and outdoor use. Customers can choose from an in-wall, in-ceiling, and weatherproof outdoor speakers. These passive speakers have been optimized to work with the Sonos Amp, thus allowing users to have an integrated audio system for the entire home.
YouTube Music subscribers will now be able to stream music from their preferred service on Sonos speakers. It has been confirmed today that YouTube Music is now available on Sonos. All users need to do is add a paid Premium subscription to their Sonos system to gain access to YouTube’s music streaming service.
Sonos is reportedly branching out of high-end home audio. The company is believed to be working on a pair of high-end headphones. It would be the first such product of its kind from the company that has long been making speakers for your home. The speakers will apparently have support for multiple smart assistants as well.
Ikea and Sonos had announced a partnership on speakers back in 2017. The companies wanted to merge Sonos products into Ikea furniture and provide customers looking for built-in home sound systems with an affordable option. It has now been confirmed that their line of Symfonisk smart speakers is going to be released in August this year
Sonos is a company that many are probably familiar with for their standalone speakers that have the ability to stream music from sources such as Spotify. If you’re hoping to see more speaker options from Sonos this year, your wish could be granted because according to a report from Variety, they have spotted an FCC filing that hints at new products in the works.
Sonos announced last year that it would bring Google Assistant support to the Sonos One in 2018. It said that Assistant on the Sonos One would work the same as it does on any other device. The announcement was made after it added support for Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant. Sonos today confirmed that it’s delaying Assistant support until next year.
Sonos smart speakers may get Roku voice control if a new report is to be believed. It’s said that the two companies are in “preliminary” talks about making this happen. There’s as much possibility of these talks falling through right now than there’s the chance of this actually happening.
IFTTT’s app is a pretty nifty tool if you are looking to automate certain tasks on your phone. The good news for users is that if you are using a Sonos speaker, it looks like IFTTT support has officially arrived on the device where IFTTT will now be integrated into the Sonos Sound Platform.
Sonos today announced the launch of a new version of the Amp. It’s a versatile and powerful home audio hub that’s capable of powering conventional speakers from almost any source. The app will allow owners to use their conventional audio speakers with a Sonos system. The company says that its new Amp is twice as powerful as its predecessor. Any conventional speakers hooked up to the hub are fully integrated […]
The Alexa Announcements feature was launched by Amazon a couple of months back. It essentially transforms a multi-room smart speaker setup into a home announcement system. This feature was initially limited to Amazon’s Echo speakers only but the company has now opened it up to third-party devices as well. Sonos One and Beam have now received support for Alexa Announcements. Sonos now has the first third-party smart speakers that are […]
There are many things that go into deciding how long passes in between product releases. For example it could be due to cost where smaller companies might have a harder time trying to get products out to the market. However the good news for Sonos fans is that if you’re hoping to see more products from the company, you’re in luck.
Early last year Sonos expressed their interest in getting digital assistant baked into its speakers. For Sonos users this sounded like a great idea and it was a wish that later came true when Sonos launched speakers with Amazon’s Alexa built into them. However if you’re more of a Google Assistant user, not to worry.