Ars Technica loves the Sonos PLAY:5

by Volker Weber

Sonos, where have you been all my life? I'm really late to the Sonos wireless speaker party, but after a spending a week with the new Play:5, I'm about ready to empty my wallet directly into Sonos' bank account to kit my entire flat with these things—it's that good. Not only is the Play:5 the best sounding all-in-one speaker I've ever heard (yes, even better than the legendary Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin), it's one of the best sounding audio systems I've heard full stop.

It is a good review because it explains a lot of things that I take for granted and never talk about anymore.

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I ordered mine.
I just hope Sonos get's Apple Music working by the time the 5 gets delivered!
So looking forward to both.

Theo Heselmans, 2015-11-08

Dear vowe, if you go on like that, you and Thomas Lang are going to be responsible for my bankruptcy.

Wolfram Votteler, 2015-11-09

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