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Get true full surround sound and deep bass, plus Alexa voice control, for your TV, music, and much more.
The smart, compact soundbar for your TV.
Sub adds intense bass with two force-cancelling speakers for deep sound and zero cabinet buzz or rattle.
Setting up Beam is easy. Simply connect to the mains then plug in your TV via HDMI-ARC. PLAY:1 & SUB connect wirelessly to Beam and only require mains power. In contrast to traditional surround sound set-ups, you save on wires and also set up time.
Easily expand your Sonos network by adding speakers to different rooms wirelessly to create a home sound system that brings every room and everyone closer together. Regular software updates means your product is constantly improving and striving to be better.
|Digital Assistant||Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant|
At Smart Home Sounds we pride ourselves on customer satisfaction and want our customers to be 100% happy with their purchase.
We offer 30-day hassle-free returns and personalised service from real live people. If an item doesn't meet your expectations, simply return your item to us in its original condition and packaging within 30 days for a full refund or exchange.
Want to return a faulty or damaged product? Don’t worry Smart Home sounds will arrange a collection or exchange should this be necessary.
Already a Sonos user but blown away by the ease of use and quality of the Beam and Sub combo. Taken the breadth and depth of sound to another level and of course integrates well with the other Sonos products. Setup time was less than 15 mins, TV integration with ARC and CEC worked fine first time (Samsung TV)
Pros: - Great sound and relatively easy setup. - App is fairly easy to use and integration with Alexa has gone without a hitch. - Sub is powerful and clear, wireless is great. Cons: - The Beam only uses Wireless b/g. I cannot get it to connect wirelessly to my router modem even though it has b/g/n/ac with both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz enabled so currently connected with an ethernet cable. Considering wireless n has been out for 10 years this is pretty unacceptable.