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Sonos enters home theater with Playbar

Sonos Playbar soundbar

Gear Live's love affair with Sonos is no secret - we love the product dearly, and with today's introduction of the Playbar, it's grown even more. With the Sonos Playbar, the company is effectively entering the home theater space, providing a soundbar that's capable of pumping out massive sound through its nine drivers (size mid-range drivers and three tweeters.) Simply connect it to your television through optical TOSlink, and you are ready to go.

The Playbar isn't just a typical soundbar speaker--it's a Sonos product, and that means it ties right in to the Sonos ecosystem. You can use it to play music streamed from your iTunes library, streaming music subscription services like Rdio and Spotify, Pandora, and many more.

It gets better, too. Sonos says you can pair the Soundbar with the Sonos SUB and/or a couple of Play:3 or Play:5 units for a full-on 5.1 surround sound experience. It'll be expensive, but it leaves us salivating. You can pick up the Sonos Playbar next month for $699, and it's available for pre-order right now.

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Sonos Sub: Add bass to your wireless music setup

Sonos Sub

We've been big fans of Sonos here at Gear Live for years. The wireless sound system is a pleasure to use and makes multi-room music a snap to set up. Today the company is introducing a new addition to its product line--the Sonos Sub.

The Sub aims to provide a simple (but expensive) way to add deep bass to your Sonos Play:3 and Play:5 units. You simple plug it into the wall and use the Sonos app on your smartphone, tablet, or computer to add it so your setup.

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See The Sea With Your Own Sub

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Misc. Tech, Transportation

Gem Triton 1000Neiman Marcus has already come out with their 10th anniversary Christmas catalogue for the mega-rich, and their toys become more technologically advanced and expensive every year. This season, one of their top of the line items is an actual submarine. U.S. Submarine’s NM-Edition Gem Triton 1000 dives to 1,000 feet, has a 360ยบ view, joystick steering, leather seats, and air conditioning. You get personal delivery to the cove of your choice with a two-day training program and all you have to do is come up with the $1,440,000.00.

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