5 ways to make Sonos speakers even better

Sonos S2 Control App

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Sonos updated its control app in 2020 to the S2, paving the way for a new generation of Sonos products and features such as Hi-Res audio as well as improved usability. The S2 app can be downloaded for free from the iOS, macOS, or Android App Store, but the S2 update also marks the end of the line for some older Sonos products that simply don’t have the processing power needed to keep up with the speed.

Sonos amplifiers and subwoofers provide a great out-of-the-box experience. But while it sounds pretty good right away, even as part of the best Bluetooth and top-of-the-line speakers, it still needs some tweaking to ensure it performs better in your own surroundings.

Fortunately, the powerful Sonos control app has several ways in which you can customize the sound of your speakers and subwoofers according to your taste, optimizing the output to your room for a more engaging and totally entertaining audio performance no matter what kind of music or movies you want to enjoy.

To get the most out of your Sonos subwoofers or subwoofers, be sure to try the often-overlooked features below to enhance and enhance your Sonos subwoofers, and get the things that sound right for you.

Sonos One

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Sonos speakers

If you own or are considering buying a Sonos One, Five, Sonos Move, or Sonos Roam speaker, here are the steps you should follow:

Sonos Trueplay screen

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1. Use Sonos Trueplay

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