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To enable surround sound with one of its soundbars, Sonos requires two rear speakers, one for the left and one for the right. You can use any two Sonos speakers, as long as they're identical. I’ve used two Five speakers in the past, but it’s overkill. Two Sonos One SL speakers are a better match. They sound just as good.Is Sonos' sound quality good?
Sonos is capable of passing uncompressed, lossless audio and some of the "Zones" have digital outputs. So the sound quality has great potential if you hook up the right speakers and amplification. The units with built-in amplified speakers are above average for consumer gear but not spectacular. With Sonos, you're investing in a whole-home system.What is Sonos and how does it work?
Sonos is a wireless multi-room speaker system that lets you stream music throughout your house. A Sonos speaker can play music streamed from up to 16 sources, including your Mac, PC, network storage drive or smartphone.