Sonos adds support for Twin Sub configurations

Do you know what is better than a Sonos Sub? Two submarines. Today, the speaker maker confirmed that Sonos fans will soon be able to use two subs in their home theater setup. For this to work, however, you will need specific hardware and software. At least one of the submarines must be a Gen 3 model, the company explained in a press release, due to its increased processing power. Unsurprisingly, they’ll need to be paired with another Sonos speaker – the centerpiece of your audio setup – such as an arc, beam, bar, playbase, or amp. You’ll also need the S2 app, which was introduced in June, and an update that will roll out today.

Phew. If you can meet these requirements, you will theoretically be rewarded with a double bass at home. This could come in handy if you’re not yet comfortable visiting the theater (a perfectly understandable position) and want to recreate the “ big screen experience ” at home. The big question, however, would you choose to look first with such a setup? I turn to Principle (sorry, Christopher Nolan) on HBO Max.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *