Bose Solo 5 vs. Sonos Beam

Bose Solo 5 vs. Sonos Beam

Make your movie nights extra special with a soundbar!

Whether you’re looking for a way to make your favorite action flicks a little more intense, or a simple speaker that can both stream music as well as seamlessly connect to your entertainment system, a soundbar is a good way to go.

These handy devices not only aid to enhance your viewing experience, but they come with additional cool features such as Apple Airplay 2, enhanced dialogue mode and even hands-free control for some models!

Today, we’ll be looking at Bose Solo 5 as well as Sonos Beam and how they can benefit your movie nights. So if you decide to go for a cheaper option that can still deliver an impressive sound, you’ll like the Bose Solo 5. Or if you like the idea of a built-in voice assistant such as Alexa, then check out the Sonos Beam.

If you want to see what more features soundbars can offer, you can also check out our article on Bose Soundbar 500 vs. 700.

Otherwise, feel free to skip down to any part you prefer using our navigation system below.

Read article >Bose Solo 5 vs. Sonos Beam

Sonos One vs. Bose Home Speaker 500

Sonos One vs. Bose Home Speaker 500

Get that perfect sound with a smart speaker!

The two wireless speakers we’ll discuss today allow you to take advantage of voice assistants such as Alexa or Google Assistant, while also providing the ability to connect to multiple types of audio sources, as well as additional functionality.

Today, we’ll be looking at Sonos One vs. Bose Home Speaker 500, and the benefits that each model brings.

We can already say that you can expect an impressive audio output from either model, as well as integration with Alexa and Google Assistant for hands-free control.

However, there are quite a few differences when it comes to software compatibility, music streaming, display options and more, so read on to find out!

Feel free to skip any part you prefer using our navigation system below.

Read article >Sonos One vs. Bose Home Speaker 500

Sonos Amp vs. Connect

Sonos Amp vs. Connect

The Sonos Amp and Connect are great tools to use if you want to integrate your existing speakers or your old school vinyl recorder into your Sonos system.

However, both are also pretty different from each other. Since Sonos Amp actually comes in with a built-in D-class amplifier that will enhance the sound quality output and also includes its own receiver. While Sonos Connect is designed specifically to integrate with an external amplifier or receiver and bring Sonos functionality to a third-party system.

There are also other ways in which both models differ from each other, such as Apple Airplay 2 compatibility, outdoor use, and more!

So, read on to see which model will blend in well with your HiFi system.

Feel free to use our navigation system to skip down to any part you prefer.

Read article >Sonos Amp vs. Connect