MULTIROOM MAYHEM
Stuff India|November 2021
Whether you want Jalebi bai in the bedroom or Lang Lang in the living room, multiroom audio can set the right mood in the right room

SONOS MOVE

37,399 / trysonos.in

Sonos has honed its own wireless protocols and app over the years, achieving maturity that is hard to ignore, even with the influx of HomePod and Echo devices in our lives.

The 2-way Sonos Move is more conventional in its speaker layout compared to traditional “smart” speakers that have multiple high-frequency drivers firing in different directions for wider coverage. The Move on the other hand uses a single downward-firing tweeter that propagates its output via a waveguide to increase the soundstage width while a front-facing mid-woofer handles the bass and mids. Both drivers get their own Class-D amplifier which provides enough juice and optimises their performance.

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