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Sonos introduces a more compact subwoofer at a (significantly) more affordable price

From the original Sub, it is known to complement the cinematic experience of the Sonos user in particular. But at 849 euros, this subwoofer is not really cheap. This is why the specialist in ‘multiroom’ musical installations will launch the Sub Mini on October 6: more compact, powerful enough for smaller premises, but above all more financially affordable with its 499 euros.

The wireless Sub Mini (only equipped with a power plug) has a cylindrical design and is, like most Sonos products, available in black or white. We haven’t yet been able to find out for ourselves how much bass the new speaker generates. But what we do know though is that the Sub Mini features two inward-facing woofers, a design intended to counteract hum and other sonic distortion.

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The purpose of a subwoofer is to pick up the lower frequencies, so that other connected speakers can focus on the mid and high frequencies. According to Sonos, the Sub One lends itself above all to a combination with a Beam or Ray (the audio brand’s medium and compact soundbars), although it is also perfectly possible to connect the device to one or more loudspeakers. Sonos One (SL) speakers.

Just like many other Sonos products, the Sub Mini can be fine-tuned with the company’s Trueplay technology. In doing so, the Sonos smartphone app measures speaker sound and reverberations through walls and furniture to generate the optimal settings for your room and setup.

The new Sub Mini next to the ‘classic’ Sub, which is now in its third generation. © Sonos

The wireless Sub Mini (only equipped with a power plug) has a cylindrical design and is, like most Sonos products, available in black or white. We haven’t yet been able to find out for ourselves how much bass the new speaker generates. But what we do know is that the Sub Mini features two inward-firing woofers, a concept intended to neutralize hum and other sonic distortions. Trueplay A subwoofer’s purpose is to take its counts the lowest frequencies, so that other connected speakers can focus on the mid and high frequencies. According to Sonos, the Sub One lends itself above all to a combination with a Beam or Ray (the audio brand’s medium and compact soundbars), although it is also perfectly possible to connect the device to one or more loudspeakers. Sonos One (SL) speakers. Just like many other Sonos products, the Sub Mini can be fine-tuned with the company’s Trueplay technology. In doing so, the Sonos smartphone app measures speaker sound and reverberations through walls and furniture to generate the optimal settings for your room and setup.