Sonos Subwoofer...let the party begin!

Sonos SUB

So I just received the Sonos Subwoofer after a long anticipated arrival.  I decided I wanted a subwoofer to add some lows to my kitchen in-ceiling speakers.  Here at Central Coast Audio Visual, we install A LOT of Sonos House Audio Systems throughout Southern California, I figured I better find out if Sonos hit the mark with this. 

Since I'm already a loyal Sonos user, adding the Sub to my existing Sonos Connect Amp that runs the Revel C780 in-ceiling speakers in my Kitchen was a snap.  I also have the perfect nook in my kitchen to house the sub.  It's beautiful but definitely would look a little funky sitting next to your dogs water bowl.  After a painless software update, the SUB was ready to be added to the room.  A few setup test tones helps tune the sub to your room as well as your musical bass preference.

My eagerness to hear how this sub performed brought me straight to Pandora - Tupac - California Love.  Immediately I could hear the highs of my in-ceiling speakers better.  The Sonos magic EQ definitely works.  The SUB sounded excellent.  Not boomy or dull but crisp and precise.  I then went to Eagles - Hotel California.  The sub performed excellent.  I believe that speakers break in after a few serious listening sessions, so I'm sure it will only improve from here.

So the moral of the story is this...  If you enjoy entertaining and like to party in rooms that typically only have in-wall or in-ceiling speakers, this Sub may be for you.  Now it only works with Sonos system's, if you don't have a Sonos house audio system, adding it to your home is typically very easy.  Here at Central Coast Audio Visual, we have a variety of tricks and techniques to installation and wiring to ensure your home is ready to rock.  Please call us today if you are considering a House Audio System and we will show you why Sonos is the only way to go.

Central Coast Audio Visual

Email Us

Popular posts from this blog

Commercial Automation Leader SOMFY Joins ZigBee

Home automation gets cheaper, smarter, easier

The smart home and a data underclass