Sonos Sub Mini Review | Mighty bass, mini package!

Reviewing the Sonos Sub Mini, a more compact subwoofer vs the Sub Gen 3, ideal for smaller homes. In the UK, the Sub Mini will cost you £429 – not cheap by any stretch, but if you already have a Sonos sound system, this is a worthy addition for any bass fans and movie lovers. This unboxing shows you what you get, plus a run-through of the simple setup followed by my review after a few days of testing.

The Sonos Sub Mini will be released in early October.

While this subwoofer isn’t quite as small as the name suggests, it is more dinky than the original model. This cylindrical beast has to be stood upright and measures in at around 12-inches, so make sure you have space.

The Sonos Sub Mini is compatible with a range of existing speakers including the Ray, Beam, One, One SL, SYMFONISK speakers and Amp, connecting over 5GHz. Setup is incredibly quick and easy, and the results once you add this subwoofer are incredible.

I noticed an immediate, significant boost to those lows as soon as the Sonos Sub Mini was introduced. Bass is thick and gets you right in the fleshy bits. You even have Trueplay support if you have an iPhone, to get that audio tailored to your room.

Sonos Sub Mini Review Chapters:
0:00 – Pointless waffle
0:43 – Unboxing
1:03 – Design
2:31 – Setup
3:12 – Review
5:11 – Trueplay
5:59 – Verdict

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