Sonos Playbar
by Ted Savage / February 15, 2013
Sleekly simple on the outside, in basic black speaker cloth and extruded aluminum, Sonos Playbar targets wirelessly networked HiFi home theatre, gaming, and music with a single technology package.

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An onboard Linux computer automagically tailors sound from nine individually amplified custom speakers, using an accelerometer to detect orientation - wall-mounted, or above or below TV - and can play back Internet radio without a separate PC.


Set-up involves only two cables, it connects wirelessly to the rest of the Sonos family, and can be controlled from any Mac, Windows, iOS or Android device.


Via Engadget.

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