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After they decided to not update any product bought before 2015 I’ve become very wary of buying more Sonos products even if they are very good
Master_Yoda09/04/2020 20:47

Would never buy any of their products. Garbage rotten company just …Would never buy any of their products. Garbage rotten company just interested in milking as much money as possible. A leopard doesn't change its spots.


Why? I've been enjoying 3 of their speakers since 2012, just because they won't update some older speakers doesn't mean they will stop working
digitaljunior09/04/2020 18:59

There is also NHS 15% discount available through Bluelight Card.


When I use my blue light card it puts the price back to original and then takes off the discount which doesn’t work out as good. I remember this happening in all their other sales too.

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Alistair_Shand09/04/2020 18:59

After they decided to not update any product bought before 2015 I’ve b …After they decided to not update any product bought before 2015 I’ve become very wary of buying more Sonos products even if they are very good


Think about that for a second..
I have a pair of £500 bookshelf speakers that are 20 years old and they’ve NEVER had a software update.
Sonos will still work, whether they’re supported or not. I agree they screwed up the recent Bricking scandal but they’re still incredible speakers that makes great noise
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There is also NHS 15% discount available through Bluelight Card.
After they decided to not update any product bought before 2015 I’ve become very wary of buying more Sonos products even if they are very good
digitaljunior09/04/2020 18:59

There is also NHS 15% discount available through Bluelight Card.


When I use my blue light card it puts the price back to original and then takes off the discount which doesn’t work out as good. I remember this happening in all their other sales too.

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Edited by: "Stitch123" 9th Apr
digitaljunior09/04/2020 18:59

There is also NHS 15% discount available through Bluelight Card.


It’s only off the RRP unfortunately rather than the new discounted prices
Stitch12309/04/2020 19:15

When I use my blue light card it puts the price back to original and then …When I use my blue light card it puts the price back to original and then takes off the discount which doesn’t work out as good. I remember this happening in all their other sales too.[Image]


Yes I’ve just tried a 15% code through my employer purchase programme and had exactly the same issue.
Very has the snow beam for £339
marky2k209/04/2020 19:16

It’s only off the RRP unfortunately rather than the new discounted prices


Indeed it is the standard practise for Sonos. This would also be the case with the 30% Trade Up Upgrade Programme for Sonos customers who want to upgrade their older Sonos products as detailed on their website below.

DISCOUNT CREDIT
Following agreement to the Trade Up Upgrade Programme Terms and Conditions, you will receive a Discount Credit in the “My Account” section of sonos.com. The Discount Credit is valid only at sonos.com and will not expire until used. The credit is single use and can be used on any one (1) regular-priced product on sonos.com, with some product restrictions indicated below. The Discount Credit cannot be combined with any other promotion, discount, or special pricing and may not be used on gift cards, refurbished products, or third party products.

Source: SONOS TRADE UP UPGRADE PROGRAMME TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Alistair_Shand09/04/2020 18:59

After they decided to not update any product bought before 2015 I’ve b …After they decided to not update any product bought before 2015 I’ve become very wary of buying more Sonos products even if they are very good



Would never buy any of their products. Garbage rotten company just interested in milking as much money as possible. A leopard doesn't change its spots.
Master_Yoda09/04/2020 20:47

Would never buy any of their products. Garbage rotten company just …Would never buy any of their products. Garbage rotten company just interested in milking as much money as possible. A leopard doesn't change its spots.


Why? I've been enjoying 3 of their speakers since 2012, just because they won't update some older speakers doesn't mean they will stop working
Alistair_Shand09/04/2020 18:59

After they decided to not update any product bought before 2015 I’ve b …After they decided to not update any product bought before 2015 I’ve become very wary of buying more Sonos products even if they are very good


My thoughts exactly. Also speaks to a general problem with all electronics that have to be connected to the internet at all times
Stitch12309/04/2020 19:15

When I use my blue light card it puts the price back to original and then …When I use my blue light card it puts the price back to original and then takes off the discount which doesn’t work out as good. I remember this happening in all their other sales too.[Image]


Does the same for student discount.
Alistair_Shand09/04/2020 18:59

After they decided to not update any product bought before 2015 I’ve b …After they decided to not update any product bought before 2015 I’ve become very wary of buying more Sonos products even if they are very good


Think about that for a second..
I have a pair of £500 bookshelf speakers that are 20 years old and they’ve NEVER had a software update.
Sonos will still work, whether they’re supported or not. I agree they screwed up the recent Bricking scandal but they’re still incredible speakers that makes great noise
Poor deal for me a few days ago you could get two sonos one gem 2 for £238. hotukdeals.com/dea…220
Alistair_Shand09/04/2020 18:59

After they decided to not update any product bought before 2015 I’ve b …After they decided to not update any product bought before 2015 I’ve become very wary of buying more Sonos products even if they are very good



Buy from richer sounds - 6 year warranty so at least 6 years service if not claim.
exexpat09/04/2020 21:16

Buy from richer sounds - 6 year warranty so at least 6 years service if …Buy from richer sounds - 6 year warranty so at least 6 years service if not claim.



?? A warranty isn't going to allow you to claim for not having updates lol
Master_Yoda09/04/2020 21:20

?? A warranty isn't going to allow you to claim for not having updates lol



Yes but if no longer fit for purpose, under UK law, you can return it.
richbate09/04/2020 21:00

Think about that for a second.. I have a pair of £500 bookshelf speakers …Think about that for a second.. I have a pair of £500 bookshelf speakers that are 20 years old and they’ve NEVER had a software update. Sonos will still work, whether they’re supported or not. I agree they screwed up the recent Bricking scandal but they’re still incredible speakers that makes great noise


And initially, was going to gimp any newer devices you might have bought of theirs and had on the same network. Until they backtracked.

Their recycle scheme was a joke as well. Their whole approach has hacked me right off and I have a great many of their devices and had been quite an advocate previously.
Finally took the jump and got a beam from Amazon. It arrives tomorrow.
hotspur8209/04/2020 20:53

My thoughts exactly. Also speaks to a general problem with all electronics …My thoughts exactly. Also speaks to a general problem with all electronics that have to be connected to the internet at all times


Personally I don’t have a problem with what Sonos have done. It was never going to be possible to provide software updates for ever. They provide updates for longer than Apple does for iPads. That said it’s not ideal that having the older products in your system prevents newer devices from receiving updates too.

There are many worse examples than Sonos. Sony TVs are shocking. I’ve had two of their smart TVs, one of which stopped turning on after 3 years due to a firmware issue. Out of warranty and could not be repaired economically despite there being nothing physically wrong with the screen itself. For some reason I bought a new one afterwards which has seen many of its smart features removed over time (Skype, YouTube etc). Currently on an LG which seems to be updated regularly.
richbate09/04/2020 21:00

Think about that for a second.. I have a pair of £500 bookshelf speakers …Think about that for a second.. I have a pair of £500 bookshelf speakers that are 20 years old and they’ve NEVER had a software update. Sonos will still work, whether they’re supported or not. I agree they screwed up the recent Bricking scandal but they’re still incredible speakers that makes great noise


That's not quite true. If you have a mix of un-supported and supported speakers (or want to add a new speaker down the line) then they won't work together as one multi-room system. Which is one of the main selling points of Sonos. The only way around it is to split the old and new speakers into different setups.
Alistair_Shand09/04/2020 18:59

After they decided to not update any product bought before 2015 I’ve b …After they decided to not update any product bought before 2015 I’ve become very wary of buying more Sonos products even if they are very good


I felt the same way about Windows Xp,
Been suffering on Linux ever since, but if your wary. You’re wary.
richbate09/04/2020 21:00

Think about that for a second.. I have a pair of £500 bookshelf speakers …Think about that for a second.. I have a pair of £500 bookshelf speakers that are 20 years old and they’ve NEVER had a software update. Sonos will still work, whether they’re supported or not. I agree they screwed up the recent Bricking scandal but they’re still incredible speakers that makes great noise


How do they compare to your bookcase speakers
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