SONOS 2 X PLAY:1 TWO-ROOM STARTER SET-Deal ends tomorrow 23rd Feb £315 @ Smart home sounds - HotUKDeals
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SONOS 2 X PLAY:1 TWO-ROOM STARTER SET-Deal ends tomorrow 23rd Feb £315.00 @ Smart home sounds

£315.00 @ Smart home sounds
A saving of £20 on the price of buying two of these speakers, but prices are due to go up on the 23rd Feb by £30 per speaker, so a potential saving of £80 on the price they will retail at on Friday 24… Read More
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A saving of £20 on the price of buying two of these speakers, but prices are due to go up on the 23rd Feb by £30 per speaker, so a potential saving of £80 on the price they will retail at on Friday 24th Feb.

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#1
It's a great deal but with the huge price rises coming I don't think I would be adding to them with more sonos stuff. Great deal on these though. Hot.
1 Like #2
Get a Bose Soundtouch instead, cheaper and more versatile.
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paulj48
Get a Bose Soundtouch instead, cheaper and more versatile.


More versatile? How exactly?
1 Like #4
If I was starting out again after tomorrow's price rises I wouldn't buy Sonos. They're outpricing themselves from a competitive market which they created and stupidly still believe they can charge whatever they want.

I love Sonos gear but the new prices are beyond acceptable. They're trying to milk the public off their name and reputation but I hope it backfires on them and they resort to sensible pricing like their competitors
#5
Buy SONOS: Admit to a mid-life crisis.
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I probably am in a mid life crisis, black now out of stock so I guess there are people who are jumping in before the price rises. I think they will continue to sell these speakers at the new prices because it's a quality product which admittedly not everyone can afford, but there will always be enough men and women going through a mid life crisis who want to come home and relax and listen to music on a quality wireless music system and are willing to pay that little bit extra for a product that will interact within a smart home, not everyone can afford it but it's the same with cars, we have Dacia's and Audi owners, you pays your money and takes your choice.

I bought four speakers yesterday and made a saving of £160 on what I will pay on Friday, but my guess is that the effects of Brexit will be kicking in on most quality items in the coming few years, so we to make those quality purchases now ! and get used to new price increases that are coming our way.

Edited By: jebervic on Feb 23, 2017 06:35: typo correction
#7
Sonos is just adopting the CE brexit prices, all over CE companies will be doing the same. So no company is pricing themselves out of the market as all companies will be doing the same
#8
mib2reaper
Sonos is just adopting the CE brexit prices, all over CE companies will be doing the same. So no company is pricing themselves out of the market as all companies will be doing the same


25% increase is not Brexit pricing! The pound hasn't lost that amount compared to usd. Also not all will increase by the same amount so the gap between say a Bose equivalent and the Sonos will increase thus driving people towards alternatives therefore sales will slide
#9
In the same way that there is no excuse for the excessive energy price increases but when one major company ups their prices then the rest follow, of course the cheaper end from China etc will try and fill the gap but the quality will not be the same.

but again, it's a matter of supply and demand, if the demand falls significantly they will have to reduce prices.
#10
ok, now up to £398
#11
sparklehedgehog
paulj48
Get a Bose Soundtouch instead, cheaper and more versatile.
More versatile? How exactly?
As well as Wifi, it has Bluetooth and line in, the latter 2 are missing from the Sonos, the Bose also comes with a small remote as well.


Edited By: paulj48 on Feb 23, 2017 12:03
#12
paulj48
sparklehedgehog
paulj48
Get a Bose Soundtouch instead, cheaper and more versatile.
More versatile? How exactly?
As well as Wifi, it has Bluetooth and line in, the latter 2 are missing from the Sonos, the Bose also comes with a small remote as well.
Plus 6 physical presets?
#13
toonarama
paulj48
sparklehedgehog
paulj48
Get a Bose Soundtouch instead, cheaper and more versatile.
More versatile? How exactly?
As well as Wifi, it has Bluetooth and line in, the latter 2 are missing from the Sonos, the Bose also comes with a small remote as well.
Plus 6 physical presets?
yes, plus more useful buttons.
#14
Dammit, too late! I was wanting to get some before the price rises...don;t know if i can justify them now at the new prices :o(
#15
Hesitated but bought my first one for £139 shipped. Wanting a second as they are much better than expected. But at two hundy...
#16
I bought the Sonos and the Bose Soundtouch 10 and the Sonos wins hands down in my opinion, yes the Bose is cheaper and has a few gimmicks but for sound quality the Sonos is so much better, plus the Bose app is troublesome on some phones.

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