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Sonos Just Dropped Their Most Compact And Affordable Soundbar Yet – Here’s What You Need To Know

Upgrade Your Home Audio With Sonos’ Most Compact And Affordable Soundbar Yet

From watching television to gaming, or even just listening to music, there’s no better way to upgrade your home audio setup than with a soundbar.

Seriously, nothing makes home entertainment a fully immersive experience quite like crisp audio and precisely balanced sound. That said, many of the soundbars out there will put a dent in your wallet. Not to mention, they’re often quite bulky and can take up your entire shelf or wall space.

Sonos Ray Soundbar

Thankfully, the Sonos Ray Compact Sound Bar is here to solve those problems. Without compromising on sound quality, Sonos has created their most affordable AND compact soundbar yet.

But it’s also more than just a soundbar for your TV. Stream music, podcasts, radio, or audiobooks from your favorite services just by connecting your smart device over WiFi. Or discover free curated playlists, original shows, and thousands of live stations via the Sonos app. It’s the perfect addition for anyone looking to take their home audio system up a notch.

So whether you’re in the market for your first soundbar or need one that’s more compact for your gym or bedroom, look no further than the Sonos Ray. Available in both black and white, you can purchase it now at World Wide Stereo.


Sonos Ray Soundbar - colors

Unique Design For Unmatched Versatility

Look, you don’t need a massive soundbar that takes up your entire wall for better audio. And the Sonos Ray is proof of just that! Measuring just 22 inches in width, the Sonos Ray is smaller than both the Arc and Beam soundbars that Sonos offers.

Sonos Ray Soundbar- media console

Thanks to this super-compact design, it will fit just about anywhere you need it to—mancave, guest bedroom, home gym, or even in an enclosed space.

Beyond just a smaller size, the Sonos Ray was designed with all of its acoustic elements facing forward. So you can actually tuck the soundbar into a cubbyhole or opening on a credenza without affecting the sound quality.


Jam-Packed with Power

Even as their most compact and affordable soundbar available, Sonos has in no way compromised on sound quality. In fact, the Sonos Ray delivers clearer, more powerful sound than ever before possible by a small standalone soundbar.

Balancing two high-performing tweeters and a pair of meticulously engineered woofers with patented anti-distortion technology, the Ray delivers astonishing clarity and fullness. It puts you at the center of the story or song with advanced processing that creates a surprisingly wide soundstage. So whether you’re watching an epic, action-packed movie or jamming to the latest hit song, you’ll be fully immersed in the experience with the Sonos Ray.

And thanks to fine-tuning by leading Hollywood sound engineers and Trueplay software that adapts the sound for the unique acoustics of your space, you’ll never miss an important line from whatever you’re watching. It’s a level of dialogue clarity unachievable by the small speakers built into most TVs.


Easy to Set Up & Easy to Use

With amazing sound quality packed into this small soundbar, you may think you’ll need some time to set it all up. But that couldn’t be further from the case. All you need is a few minutes to go from unboxing to unbelievable sound.

Just plug in the power cable, connect to your TV, and open the Sonos app.

soundbar setup

Once connected to your TV, you can control the volume using your existing remote. Or when the TV is off, use the Sonos app, Apple AirPlay 2, Spotify Connect, and more (over WiFi) to play music, podcasts, radio, and audiobooks from all your favorite services.

So whether you want to boost your TV sound or just need a standalone speaker for music, the Sonos Ray Sound Bar covers it all.


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