Sonos has announced users will now be able to link a second Sonos Sub to their connected Sonos devices. Along with the Sub, end-users can choose to connect a second sub to an Arc, Beam, Playbar, Playbase, and Amp.
The company’s decision was based on customers’ request. In fact it is one of the most requsted features by customers in the past year.
There are a few caveats. For starters, customers can only pair the subs in the dedicated Sonos S2 app (make sure the app is updated before attempting to pair the devices). Customers can head to the company’s support page to verify whether your Sonos devices are compatible.
Second, Sonos says that at least one of the two paired subwoofers will need to be a third-generation Sub. That shouldn’t be too big of an issue for folks investing in a newer Sub, but it might be for some consumers who already have two older-generation Sonos subwoofers on hand.
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