Home Audio Products
The Sonos Playbar combines advanced tech with simplicity of use. It offers easy set-up through single cable installation, alongside a multi-room wireless HiFi system that can be controlled via a smartphone, computer or tablet.
Price (RRP) $999.00
Latest review: Bought this Black colour version as it was being reduced for clearance at my local Kmart for $50! It is quite heavy for the size, has a solid construction and feeling. It connects easily by
Price (RRP) $249.95
The Sonos Beam is the brand’s most popular offering for small to medium sized rooms. It features convenient compatibility with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, Apple AirPlay2 and easy functionality via a smartphone app.
Price (RRP) $599.00
Latest review: Can't really fault the Charge 3. I've had it for a couple years and given it mild use. No issues so far. Loud and battery life is good, would be nice if it had a mic.
Price (RRP) $169.00
Latest review: The most frustrating app I have ever come across. It's over priced and the software seems like a failed home project. No effort or thoughtfulness went into it at all. Just a quick buck for Google.
Latest review: You can get something better for half the price. The speaker sound ok but no features work, it unnecessary invades your privacy and it comes with a very cheap and potentially dangerous universal
Price (RRP) $439.95
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Latest review: These speakers are absolutely amazing!!! Got two EHT-8 In-Ceiling and two Elite 303 In-Wall for my father as he wanted a kick-butt sound system for his new house! And they do kick-butt!! Powered by a
Price (RRP) $599.00
Latest review: Loud but too bassy. Most annoying feature is the startup sound when turned on, it is too loud and you cannot turn the startup sound off or lower the
Price (RRP) $159.00
Latest review: best portable speaker you could hope for. I cant comment on value, but the quality is first rate. Looks, feels and most importantly sounds great. And you dont have to mollycoddle it when on the
Price (RRP) $349.95
The premium Yamaha YSP-2700 Digital Sound Projector offers impressive 7.1-channel sound, producing the effect of surround sound using DTS Virtual:X technology.
Price (RRP) $1,499.00
Latest review: Thank you so much! I love listening to music all the time and with the quality of the Bose Wave System, I don't know how I ever lived without one. It's the best I've ever
Latest review: I bought the Google Home Hub Max for our home. Sits nicely in the family/kitchen area. It's primary uses are internet radio and music but also backs up as a pretty good digital photo frame. The
Latest review: Originally recommended and installed Sonos to customers but after continually going back at no charge to reboot and re-setup changed to Yamaha WXA -50 and never have a problem and much better
Price (RRP) $226.00
Latest review: Worked well for a year always in the one location and then audio stuttering became a persistent problem even on full charge. I checked and tried everything I could think of but the problem remains.
Price (RRP) $129.95
Latest review: I bought the VAF DC-X 20 years ago as a kit (time goes FAST). For a few years after a move they sat in my garage and where even damaged (isolated rips in the rubber surrounds in the drivers ).
Latest review: HomePod is much better at the same price. Disappointed given the size and the reputation of Sonos. I used it for Home Theatre as well as multiroom airplay. Apple is
Price (RRP) $645.00
At $299, the affordable Yamaha YAS-108 has plenty of plus points: in-built dual sub-woofers, Virtual DTS:X multi-dimensional sound and Bluetooth connectivity.
Price (RRP) $349.00
Latest review: I upgraded from a HomePod mini which I was using in an open plan kitchen living. The original HomePod made such a big difference. Siri hears and respond better now and the sound quality really is