' expanded foray into catch-all audio for all of your needs -- on-the-go listening and as full at home, home theatre options, is turning heads and making a name for the audio brand as one to watch. Funky, minimalist design and great tech helps drive this, which in turn drives the number of options the company releases.
We recently ran its latest entry-level soundbar, Ray, through its paces for review...
... and came away pleased enough with it as just that, but felt it could have been more with just a few differences.
Here's a snippet:
At 559mm wide, the unit fits snugly into any display unit, but can also be wall-mounted, and its stature is really quite chic, available in both black and white. It’s also very light, which will come into play in a moment, but for now it’s good to know that Ray is an easy unit to move around the place. It must be said, however, as a standalone unit you will experience a secondary audio outlay to what you might otherwise want (and therefore need) with a full Surround Set and it’s jarringly obvious how much better the unit would sound with a subwoofer., meaning you might still need to pony up for all the extras to get the best experience, which belies its strongest selling point.Click here for our full Sonos Ray review