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Hi there Affley!
The questions of that kind are pretty popular, wireless sound systems can be pretty annoying. But that Sonos Playbar is a quite interesting system. It has a full scale Linux-based computer on board and provides great sound quality. It is Motorola PowerPC with 800MHz processor, 128 Mb of RAM and a huge NAND storage.
That device has 9 speakers. There are six 3.15 inch mids and three 1 inch tweeters. You can connect it to a TV, computer or a game console. It is worth mentioning that Sonos Playbar supports Gigabit Ethernet and it has a wide wireless connectivity, so you’ll be able to avoid all those wires all over your apartment. Also it has a couple of IR receivers so you will be able to control it with a remote control. Also there are mobile apps that will enable you to control the device with your smartphone.
As I’ve already mentioned that Sonos Playbar has a wide wireless connectivity. It is mounted with two Wi-Fi transceivers and the device has six antennas. It was made to utilize SonosNet peer-to-peer technology. It ensures extra low latency in streaming audio and synchronizing the sound with the picture on your TV or console. Sonos uses both 2.4 and 5 GHz Wi-Fi networks for audio streaming and that its weakest point. We can recommend you to use a Wi-Fi jamming device to make sure that those speakers won’t be able to sync and stream audio.