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.

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Echo Studio vs. Sonos One

Echo Studio vs. Sonos One

Enjoy a cinematic experience with your smart speaker!

A smart speaker won’t only enhance your sound experience, but the two models we are going to talk about also integrate with a voice assistant allowing you to have full control over your smart home.

This allows you to enjoy the perks of voice calling, scheduling, and even to have a hands-free experience over your appliances! So you can operate your lights, thermostats and even order your food without having to lift a finger.

In this article, we’ll be talking about Echo Studio and Sonos One to see which Smart Speaker will fit in best with your home.

So whether you prefer the idea of using the Google Voice Assistant, or immersing yourself in 3D sound, both smart speakers have something unique to offer.

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