This speaker system delivers a solid surround-sound performance, but it doesn’t provide the perception of height.
It plugs into an AC outlet, alerts you to smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, and contacts you via an app with a recording of the sound. A few false alarms aside, this security device is a smart buy for any home.
What's next for Sonos now that the speaker manufacturer and multi-room audio pioneer has gone public? Support for hi-res audio is on the company’s to-do list, and the company could add other advanced features that its older products won't be able to support.
The company also has a new Wi-Fi smart plug.
Alexa and AirPlay 2 support are just two of the features the Sonos Beam delivers, just don’t expect it to fill a big room.
Designed specifically for Roku TVs, the Bluetooth speakers will be bundled with Roku's voice remote and an all-new tabletop voice remote.
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It’s strictly for home security today, but every bit of the infrastructure needed to build this into a robust smart home system is already in place.
Amazon’s Echo had a long head start with Vivint, but this is the first time the service provider has included smart speakers in its packages by default.
There's dedicated wireless backhaul along with Wi-Fi, ZigBee, and Bluetooth radios inside, but Z-Wave gets no love.
The long-delayed DIY home security system costs $199, with optional professional monitoring for $10 per month.
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Say what? The ZVOX AccuVoice AV200 TV Speaker's hearing-aid technology makes voices easier to hear.
Smaller and cheaper than Sonos’ previous TV-oriented speakers, the Beam looks like it will be a winner.
Exquisite design plus impeccable craftsmanship on the Naim Audio Unit Atom equal sonic bliss.