Apr 24, · The Battle of the Wireless Speakers: Sonos Play 5 vs Bose Soundtouch Last Updated on April 24, Wireless speakers are ’s boombox. These small, convenient devices produce a monstrous sound, all while being relatively frvi4.net: Juan Alexander. In the portable speaker ranking, Bose SoundLink III performs better than Sonos Play Find out why!3/5(1). In the portable speaker ranking, Sonos Play:5 performs better than Bose SoundTouch Find out why!/5(27). I also have a bose soundtouch which is the precursor to the system. The bose is dead easy to use and sound really good with tv, movies and such. But when it comes to music I really don't care for the bose. Thing is, I bought the bose system over the sonos playbar because and only because of the apparent lack of connectivity in the playbar. Jul 17, · The Sonos Play:5 is a similarly matched speaker to the Bose Wave SoundTouch Music System IV in terms of price, sound quality, and connectivity options. A few slight differences in regards to the scenarios and people they suit are pretty frvi4.net: Rupert Pople. I picked Sonos for two reasons 1 - the Play 5 (2nd gen) sounds fantastic. I don't think the soundtouch sounds better. 2 - They play in stereo. I bought 1 play 5 and was happy, when I bought the second play 5 and paired to stereo I lost my mind! Its fantastic. I had a party last weekend, everyone raved about the music and sound. Jul 28, · Bose SoundTouch 30 vs. Sonos PLAY:5 — Things in Common. Stereo Output – Although these two speakers do come from different manufacturers, they do have a number of similarities. One such similarity is the stereo format of their audio. Stereo sound uses multiple channels to create a well-rounded sound, making both these speakers perfect for filling your home with well-balanced audio/5. Jan 11, · Sonos Play 5 V’s Bose SoundTouch 20 Review As a person who has been into Home Cinema for a long time, but never really ventured past AVR’s, Speakers, Blu Ray, HD DVD etc I recently found myself in a quandary when presented with the task of finding a new kitchen speaker that my wife and I could use to play music from the laptop (Macbook Pro), iPhone, iPad, Spotify etc.
Cross-fade option not available, 8. I think the review is rather biased. The combination of the Trueplay utility and the adjustable treble and bass controls gives the PLAY:5 an edge over the competition when it comes to customizable audio — an area in which the Bose SoundTouch 30 seems to fall flat. May 5, at PM. But if you are a blueray fan and want an epic home theater set up, neither of these will do. If so I recommend the Bose system.
It's a shame because the sound quality is superb and doesn't skip a beat in terms of room syncronisation, BUT I've wasted so many hours trying to resolve the many issues encountered; 1. For those that want to build a multi-speaker system, or at least want the option too, we think Sonos is the clear way to go. Features 1. But if I were to recommend something to my friends today, it would be Sonos. This self-proclaimed speaker from Bose is their powerhouse of sound that is versatile and widely compatible.
Has WiFi. Our Score:. And what the hell was I listening to? The Bose SoundTouch 30, however, does not give users the ability to adjust the bass and treble of the sound. The Marshall Stanmore has no app. It has faster transfer rates and improved security compared to its predecessors - a, b and g. SoundTouch Music System IV has rich, powerful and vibrant sounds that sweep through your homes airspace. In horizontal position.