Technology has advanced in so many ways. These days, you already have virtual assistants like Siri, Google Assistant, and Alexa, which you can operate through smart speakers. Believe it or not, these intelligent virtual assistants make life a lot easier for most people, and it makes controlling your home possible.

But what about home theatre speakers? How would you define good quality? Given that there’s so many out there to choose from, two that we mainly have our eye on is the Sonos Vs Bose speaker.

Both of these speakers have the individual strong points that make them the ideal selection for a home theatre set up, but the problem is, how do you choose between the two? And which speaker is the smarter choice? Don’t worry, if you are trying to make up your mind on which to choose, we have got you covered.

In this article, we will be discussing the differences of each and why they are worth every single cent.

Sonos VS Bose

Speaker Build

Both Sonos and Bose occupy premium audio space, which means they have a stable build quality. Design-wise, there’s not much difference because they are both pretty similar. Both speakers are built at 16cm tall and designed to blend into your surroundings.

The Sonos has a black or white grille. Depending on the color of the speaker you chose to buy, it has a touch-sensitive control on the top of the speakers. When it comes to wireless technology, the Sonos is exceptionally reliable, which means you won’t be experiencing many wireless issues when you take it to different parts of your home.

The bose speaker, on the other hand, is sleek and can be operated through voice command. It can also stream your favorite radio stations on a streaming device. It also has a touch function, which is excellent for those who are not too techy.

Both speakers have privacy settings

 

If you are worried about security and privacy, the Bose and the Sonos both have a secured control system where you can deactivate the microphone, if you want your conversations to remain private.

Both speakers also have an ethernet function, which is best for those who are having trouble connecting to their wifi at home. All you have to do is install the ethernet cable to either speaker, and you can start using the internet.