Sonos One SL review

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  • Sonos One SL
  • Sonos One SL
  • Sonos One SL
  • Sonos One SL

Specs / Features


Wireless
Wireless Inputs Airplay
Bluetooth Profiles A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile), AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile)
Warranty (Months) 12 months
Release date 12-September-2019
Size 16.145 x 11.97 x 11.97 cm (6.4 x 4.7 x 4.7 in)
Weight 1850 grams
(65.31 ounces)

Critic Reviews


TechRadar

Excellent build quality and sound

from TechRadar

Hate voice control? Or simply don’t need it on everything? This microphone-less version of the Sonos One – in effect a direct replacement of the Sonos Play:1 – can be stereo-paired with a Sonos One and also used as home cinema rear speaker if you’ve got a Sonos Playbar, Playbase or Beam.

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Hate voice control? Or simply don’t need it on everything? This microphone-less version of the Sonos One – in effect a direct replacement of the Sonos Play:1 – can be stereo-paired with a Sonos One and also used as home cinema rear speaker if you’ve got a Sonos Playbar, Playbase or Beam.

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What Hi-Fi

A Sonos One without voice control is still a great wireless speaker

While the price difference between the Sonos One and Sonos One SL is negligible, for those who see no benefit in speaking to their speaker, the SL is a viable proposition. The sonic performance, streaming options and app-support are among the best we’ve tested at this level.

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While the price difference between the Sonos One and Sonos One SL is negligible, for those who see no benefit in speaking to their speaker, the SL is a viable proposition. The sonic performance, streaming options and app-support are among the best we’ve tested at this level.

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Tech Advisor

Replaces the Play:1 and does a great job of it

from Tech Advisor

The One SL replaces the Play:1 as the cheapest Sonos speker in the range, and does a gret job of it. There's not a huge amount of change here but it wasn't needed.


Sonos has added things like capacitive controls and AirPlay 2, still with top-notch sounds. It's the one to go for i...More

The One SL replaces the Play:1 as the cheapest Sonos speker in the range, and does a gret job of it. There's not a huge amount of change here but it wasn't needed.


Sonos has added things like capacitive controls and AirPlay 2, still with top-notch sounds. It's the one to go for if you don't want or need the voice control offered by the slightly more expensive One.

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TechGearLab

Small yet expressive

from TechGearLab

If you're looking for good sound that won't break the bank, and have an AirPlay compatible device or aren't fussed by the lack of a Bluetooth connection the Sonos One SL will serve you well.

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If you're looking for good sound that won't break the bank, and have an AirPlay compatible device or aren't fussed by the lack of a Bluetooth connection the Sonos One SL will serve you well.

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Pocket-lint

An updated Play:1 with great design and privacy

from Pocket-lint

With a design and internals the same as the Sonos One, the Sonos One SL has all the foundations to be another fantastic speaker from Sonos and one that meets the needs of those after a little more privacy too.

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With a design and internals the same as the Sonos One, the Sonos One SL has all the foundations to be another fantastic speaker from Sonos and one that meets the needs of those after a little more privacy too.

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