Sonos’ long-awaited Sub Mini reveals up on the FCC

Sonos’ long-awaited Sub Mini shows up at the FCC


Even earlier than its newest soundbar hits retailer cabinets, Sonos is shifting nearer to the discharge of its subsequent product — and it’s an eagerly anticipated one. As famous by Redditors and Protocol’s Janko Roettgers, the upcoming Sonos Sub Mini subwoofer has handed by means of the FCC.

The submitting leaves little question about what product we’re : the Sub Mini was examined in a setup that included a “grasp machine” none aside from the Sonos Beam. And a diagram exhibiting the placement of the FCC compliance label confirms the cylindrical design that Sonos has beforehand referenced.

The FCC submitting confirms the Sub Mini’s cylindrical form.
Picture: FCC

Final month, The Verge revealed a 3D render preview of the Sub Mini’s total design. Whereas some minor {hardware} particulars may differ within the ultimate product, it’s an correct depiction of what the Sub Mini will seem like.

The massive query on the minds of many Sonos followers is how a lot the corporate’s entry-level subwoofer will value. With the common Sub priced within the stratosphere at $749, Sonos has plenty of room to play with. $599? $499? I’d wager someplace in that territory, however hopefully it gained’t be for much longer earlier than we discover out the complete story — and study the variations between the Sub Mini and its bigger, squarer sibling.

There won’t be a lot of a wait left. The Sonos Roam was noticed on the FCC a few month earlier than it was introduced by the corporate. The Sonos Ray took a bit longer; its FCC submitting was uncovered in March earlier than the new soundbar was leaked after which formally unveiled in Might.

Simply yesterday, Sonos rolled out its personal voice management service to the corporate’s lineup of sensible audio system together with the Sonos Roam, Transfer, Arc, Beam, and One.


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