Sonos is rolling out a new set of speakers that you can plug into your home’s speaker system to get a really cool, low-priced sound experience.
The new Sonos Portable Speaker series is available in a range of models, from the $50 Fire TV Stick to the $79 Sonos Premiere.
Here’s everything you need to know about them.
The Fire TV 4, for example, is a $59 speaker with an 8.1-channel HD-resolution audio-dynamic range, but it comes with a price tag of $139.
That’s not bad, but you have to be careful about how much you want to spend.
The Sonos Premier, on the other hand, has an 8-channel audio-level range, so you can expect to pay $199.
If you’re a bit more budget conscious, the Sonos Pro Pro also comes with an 18-channel speaker that costs $299.
The Pro’s 8-channels are a little more affordable than the Premiere’s 12-chances.
The $79 Fire TV 6 comes with four speaker-equipped Sonos speakers and has an audio-quality range of 13.5-20.3 dB.
Sonos says the Pro is the only speaker with the ability to deliver a better sound than the original Fire TV, and it has a lower price tag than the $99 Sonos Prime.
You can get the Sonusports in five sizes: the $199 Sonos Play, $299 Sonos 5, $599 Sonos 6, and $999 Sonos 8.
The speaker is the most expensive in the set.
If you want the most powerful speaker for your living room, the Fire TV 8 and Sonos TV 4 are probably the best deals on the market.
The Fire TV is a little over $100 cheaper, but its audio-sensing technology is still a little inferior to the Sonisport, which uses the same speaker as the Fire TVs and is powered by an Intel processor.
If the Fire is a bit too powerful for your needs, the Amazon Fire TV can be found for $129.
The Sonos Pros are cheaper than the Fire Pro, but the Sono 6 has an even more powerful audio-detection processor and the Soni 4 is cheaper, though not as powerful.
You also can’t get the Fire 6 speaker in this size.