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Experience Immersive Audio with Sonos’ In-Ceiling 8-Inch Speaker

AVNation, the premier source for AV news and updates, delved into Sonos’ triumphant return to ISE 2024 in a recent interview with Casey Clemens. After a brief hiatus, Sonos made a resounding comeback to the International Security Conference, showcasing its commitment to the professional AV market.

In the exclusive interview, Casey Clemens of Sonos highlighted the company’s strategic decision to re-engage with ISE, emphasizing the importance of nurturing partnerships within the professional installation community. Sonos showcased its dedication to the sector by unveiling top-secret projects and investing significantly in booth design to create a unique and immersive experience for attendees.

Clemens further elaborated on Sonos’ investment in the professional AV space, emphasizing the establishment of dedicated teams focused on product development, marketing, and sales tailored specifically for commercial applications. Notable among Sonos’ offerings is the Sonos Pro software as a service, aimed at providing seamless audio solutions for businesses across various industries.

Attendees at ISE 2024 were treated to a sneak peek of Sonos’ latest innovation, the in-ceiling 8-inch speaker, developed in collaboration with Sonance. This product features custom architecture and delivers exceptional sound quality, making it ideal for commercial installations in restaurants, bars, and other public spaces.

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