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Sonos' limited-edition Play:1 has a design that's meant to blend in

Billy Steele
07.15.15
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Following its collaboration with Blue Note Records, Sonos has a new pair of limited-edition Play:1 speakers. The Play:1 Tone takes the same great audio quality we've experienced from the gear and drapes it in an all-white or all-black soft-touch shell. It may not be as visually striking as the Blue Note device, but that's kind of the point. It'll certainly blend in a bit better with your existing home furnishings or living room (or multi-room) tech as black and white speaker grills replace the silver/gray on the regular Play:1. Sonos just released an update for the Play:1 too, delivering improved audio that better complements a Sub when they're used in the same setup. There's only about 5,000 of each color, so if you're already planning to nab one, you'll want to act quickly when they hit the Sonos store on July 21st at 10AM CET for folks in Europe and 1PM ET for shoppers in the US and Canada. If you're fast enough claim one, expect to shell out $250 ($280 CAD, €250 and £220) when the time comes.

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