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[IKEA] Up to 15% off speakers (Nov. 21-24)

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[IKEA] Up to 15% off speakers (Nov. 21-24)

Up to 15% off selected speakers

https://www.ikea.com/ca/en/cat/speakers ... ted%3Atrue

For those looking for a Sonos speaker, Ikea will be having a sale from Nov 21-24.

Here's some information about the integration with Sonos:
https://www.sonos.com/en-ca/symfonisk-by-sonos-and-ikea
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Here are a list of Sale items:

SYMFONISK
WiFi bookshelf speaker
$129.00
(Nov 21, 2019 - Nov 24, 2019 or while supplies last)
was $149.00


ENEBY
Battery pack
$17.00
(Nov 21, 2019 - Nov 24, 2019 or while supplies last)
was $20.00

ENEBY
Bluetooth speaker, 8x8 " (20x20 cm)
$50.99
(Nov 21, 2019 - Nov 24, 2019 or while supplies last)
was $59.99


SYMFONISK / SYMFONISK
WiFi speaker with bracket, 12x4x6 " (31x10x15 cm)
$142.00
(Nov 21, 2019 - Nov 24, 2019 or while supplies last)
was $164.00


ENEBY
Bluetooth speaker, 12x12 " (30x30 cm)
$84.00
(Nov 21, 2019 - Nov 24, 2019 or while supplies last)
was $99.00


SYMFONISK
Bookshelf speaker wall bracket
$13.00
(Nov 21, 2019 - Nov 24, 2019 or while supplies last)
was $15.00


ENEBY
Portable bluetooth speaker, 6x3 " (15x7.5 cm)
$25.49
(Nov 21, 2019 - Nov 24, 2019 or while supplies last)
was $29.99

ENEBY
Speaker stand
$8.50
(Nov 21, 2019 - Nov 24, 2019 or while supplies last)
was $10.00

ENEBY
Speaker wall bracket
$2.50
(Nov 21, 2019 - Nov 24, 2019 or while supplies last)
was $3.00

SYMFONISK
Sound remote
$12.99
(Nov 21, 2019 - Nov 24, 2019 or while supplies last)
was $14.99


SYMFONISK
Speaker hook
$8.50
(Nov 21, 2019 - Nov 24, 2019 or while supplies last)
was $10.00


SYMFONISK / SYMFONISK
WiFi speaker with hook, 12x4x6 " (31x10x15 cm)
$137.50
(Nov 21, 2019 - Nov 24, 2019 or while supplies last)
was $159.00


SYMFONISK / TRÅDFRI
Gateway kit, sound
$52.98
(Nov 21, 2019 - Nov 24, 2019 or while supplies last)
was $54.98

ENEBY
Built-in bluetooth speaker
$29.99
(Nov 21, 2019 - Nov 24, 2019 or while supplies last)
was $34.99
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jasonchan wrote:
Nov 13th, 2019 9:00 am
For those looking for a Sonos speaker, Ikea will be having a sale from Nov 21-24.

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Up to 15% off. The example shown in your post is not quite 15% off.

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Unless you're already committed to Sonos, Getting a Chromecast (~$40), an HDMI-to-stereo converter($5), and a set of those ($12) clearance 2.1 speakers from primecables is a WAY better deal, plus you can part it out if the speakers or chromecast dies.

I have 2 of these setups in my gym, and the whole room vibrates when I work out.
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pdipps wrote:
Nov 13th, 2019 9:52 am
Unless you're already committed to Sonos, Getting a Chromecast (~$40), an HDMI-to-stereo converter($5), and a set of those ($12) clearance 2.1 speakers from primecables is a WAY better deal, plus you can part it out if the speakers or chromecast dies.

I have 2 of these setups in my gym, and the whole room vibrates when I work out.
While I admit that separate components are usually better (from a price/ performance standpoint) than an integrated solution, I'd almost put money down that the above setup will not sound as good as the Sonos.
I think If you spent maybe like $100-$150 on some better bookshelf speakers like edifiers this would probably trounce the Sonos

I'm also not saying that the Sonos speakers are like god tier or anything, but they sound pretty decent for what they are.

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Your title is inaccurate. 15% off 149 is not 129.
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Look before you leap. The primary advantage of Sonos is that they have excellent sound in a small package, but these Symfonisk bookshelf speakers are the very lowest end of the Sonos line. The Sonos ecosystem is very restrictive in some ways, might be too restrictive for you if you are expecting similar capabilities to other speakers. It's sort of like Apple: fine if you drink the cool-aid and commit entirely to that ecosystem, not so good if you were expecting some flexibility. Not saying it's not ok, just check things out before you buy. I love my Sonos speakers, but every once in a while I try to do something new and discover it's not possible - like today discovering I can't try the Amazon Music Unlimited offer because Sonos doesn't support it in Canada. And every day I have to put up with some annoying bugs that Sonos users have complained about for years, but somehow never get fixed.
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I just fixed the title. These speakers sound pretty great. Nice to see them finally getting a discount.
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pdipps wrote:
Nov 13th, 2019 9:52 am
Unless you're already committed to Sonos, Getting a Chromecast (~$40), an HDMI-to-stereo converter($5), and a set of those ($12) clearance 2.1 speakers from primecables is a WAY better deal, plus you can part it out if the speakers or chromecast dies.

I have 2 of these setups in my gym, and the whole room vibrates when I work out.
The WAF (wife acceptance factor) of a Sonos system wins everyday compared to your setup. The speakers are inconspicuous, integrates with virtually all streaming services, bulletproof reliability and the app is utterly simple to use.

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pdipps wrote:
Nov 13th, 2019 9:52 am
Unless you're already committed to Sonos, Getting a Chromecast (~$40), an HDMI-to-stereo converter($5), and a set of those ($12) clearance 2.1 speakers from primecables is a WAY better deal, plus you can part it out if the speakers or chromecast dies.

I have 2 of these setups in my gym, and the whole room vibrates when I work out.
People buy Sonos for convenience and ease of use. Your set up isn't that. Also, I highly doubt your $12 speakers will sound as good as these. Just because they 'vibrate' the whole room doesn't mean they sound good.
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I guess it is misleading to say "For those looking for a Sonos speaker" in the original post when this is not about the Sonos system...Unamused Face
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Nov 13th, 2019 10:50 am
I guess it is misleading to say "For those looking for a Sonos speaker" in the original post when this is not about the Sonos system...Unamused Face
You do realize these speakers are made by Sonos and integrate into the Sonos system, right? SO no, it's not misleading.
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najibs wrote:
Nov 13th, 2019 10:37 am
People buy Sonos for convenience and ease of use. Your set up isn't that. Also, I highly doubt your $12 speakers will sound as good as these. Just because they 'vibrate' the whole room doesn't mean they sound good.
Depends on what you're using them for. Not to mention, have seen on a ton of sites, that in blind tests, audiophiles can't tell the difference beyond a certain point (much lower that they think).

Also, Chromecast isn't inconvenient, ESPECIALLY if you already have one. I can sync all of my devices in a Chromecast group. And Chromecasting is built into Android, so no need to download any other apps.
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I just got my first Sonos speaker recently.

How is the sound quality of the Ikea line? I'm planning to put it in the basement.
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kimwoobingsu wrote:
Nov 13th, 2019 9:56 am
While I admit that separate components are usually better (from a price/ performance standpoint) than an integrated solution, I'd almost put money down that the above setup will not sound as good as the Sonos.
I think If you spent maybe like $100-$150 on some better bookshelf speakers like edifiers this would probably trounce the Sonos

I'm also not saying that the Sonos speakers are like god tier or anything, but they sound pretty decent for what they are.

edit: added to post
Yeah, just adding an even lower cost alternative.

And truthfully, the sound isn't bad on those speakers. It's not going to sounds like some 7.1 surround home theater system, but it's very serviceable, especially for half the price.
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I looked at the lamp speaker and was dissapointed. Why is the lamp not smart? it's not even dimmable ffs. And then I looked at at nest wifi and why does that not have a wifi 6 capabilities? So here is what I want:

- Bedside Smart Lamp - preferably dimmable RGB LED.
- Smart Speaker.
- Alexa/GA enabled.
- Wifi Mesh Node
- Some spare USB ports for charging.
- Add a simple clock while you are at it.

Let me know when someone builds that, I'll buy!

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