Sonos has suggested speakers that have the support of voice assistants for many years, for instance, the Sonos One, the Sonos Beam, and the transportable Sonos Roam. Up to this point, meanwhile, the organization has been gratified to leave the real exact voice features to Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. On Wednesday Sonos dispatched its voice control system, with an identical and delightfully robust voice driving it.
Sonos Voice Control is the new standalone voice command system of the organization, giving hands-free music search and playback control for the agreeable Sonos speakers. It’s available by speaking the rouse word “Hey Sonos,” and can support many of the consecutive commands within six seconds of each other without recurring the wake word; for instance, you can say “Hey Sonos, click it up,” and follow that with a simple, “louder,” if that earlier boost is not enough.
What you can anticipate from Sonos Voice Control is an affluent, delightful voice reacting to your commands. The voice of the system is given by Giancarlo Esposito, greatly famous as Gustavo Fring in Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, Moff Gideon in The Mandalorian, and Lex Luthor in Harley Quinn. However the voice controls have restrictions for music, the Sonos speakers you talk to would clarify your commands in the voice of Esposito.
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Sonos Voice Control would be accessible on all Sonos speakers that presently have support for voice assistants on IST of June in the United States, and after this year in France. This would perform directly with Amazon Music, Deezer, Pandora, and Sonos Radio at dispatch, with other services organized for the upcoming future.
Sonos also declared the latest soundbar; even so, you would be capable to talk to it at all. The Sonos Ray (imaged at the peak of the page) is the latest and smallest home theater soundbar of the organization.