Sonos Ray – Black – Compact Soundbar

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  • Experience clearer, more powerful sound than ever before possible by a small standalone soundbar
  • Dynamic sound that enhances the drama and creates a surprisingly wide soundstage
  • Zero-stress setup with only two cables and help from the Sonos app
  • Stream all your content from your favorite services over WiFi using the Sonos app, Apple AirPlay 2, Spotify Connect, and more
Sonos Ray – Black – Compact Soundbar
Sonos Ray – Black – Compact Soundbar


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Specification: Sonos Ray – Black – Compact Soundbar

Product Dimensions

3.74 x 22 x 2.79 inches

Item Weight

4.29 Pounds



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Date First Available

July 4, 2022

Speakers Maximum Output Power

10 Watts

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10 reviews for Sonos Ray – Black – Compact Soundbar

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  1. Cyril

    Barre de son excellente , fidèle à sa réputation et à mes attentes je la conseille à tous le monde

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  2. Tere


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  3. S. Gilmore

    For its size it delivers a nice sound. The real bonus is the convenient setup via the Sonos phone app and the ability to tailor its sound to your room (if you have iPhone). Although it can pair to a Sonos subwoofer, given its low price vs. the cost of even the Sonos Mini Sub, I wouldn’t bother: the sound is adequate on its own for smaller rooms; if you really need a subwoofer, then this isn’t the right soundbar. The only drawback is the Toslink optical input: you’ll probably need an HDMI-Toslink adapter/converter to hook up to modern equipment.

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  4. Harold B. Burke, III

    I like the white color and compact size and appearance. Top notch quality product.

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  5. DaveyJones

    Looks great. Sounds even better. Blows the previous Bose out of the water. Easy setup and if you use the ap it’s even better but you can use right out of the box.

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  6. mariate

    Moved in with Mother-in-Law to because of her early stages of Alzheimers. She is also hard of hearing. Of course she does not think she has a hearing problem and does not want hearing aids. Because of her Alzheimers she would probably lose them and not be able to operate them either. She was turning the volume on the TV ip to, 50. 80, and 100. You could hear the TV throughout the whole house and it was a major health concern our ears as well as hers. I searched many different posdibilities. Most TVs and sound bars don’t have Maximum Volume Limit setting. Also, we needed something where she did not have a separate remote. The Sonos Ray soundbar solved our problem. You can control the Maximum Volume, use an equilizer to cut fown loud base, and the have a setting so you can hear “speech” better It uses an optical input and does not need the HDMI ARC, or EARC. Her TV did have a setting so we could direct all the sound though the sound bar. The remote was easy to setup. You do have to have WiFi. The free Sonos app let’s you make adjustment on your phone. Because of our situation, I did not need a sound bar that brings a lot of attention to itself with leds etc. On the Sonos soundbar, you can cut off the staus lights on the sound bar. The only other light was a small light in the front of the sound bar on the top center that flashes when adjusting the volume. I put a one inch piece of black electrical tape over that light. She has not even realized that anything has changed. She still feels independent an control of her surrondings. I set the volume woul go up reasonably loud but would not harm anyone’s ears. The only different is the volume numbers that use to appear on the TV screen fo not show up. But, she can watch tv, adjust the volume, and we can now live in the same house and spend time with her without avoiding the headaches and ear pain. If anybody is listening, if TV manufactures would put a setting for customers to set maximum volume, it would help a lot of people anc the cost would be almost nothing. Our problem is solved!

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  7. Ed Gergel

    I had Vizio and LG sound bars, this one with surround speakers cost double, however 5 times better.

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  8. John

    We now have two of these. Bought for good TVs with crummy sound.

    Been using Sonos for years, and Sonos has done a great job of making adding new products a breeze. Takes 5 minutes (at most).

    And the sound is awesome. Rich. U can hear the music and speech beautifully. Great experience.

    Plus, now I have another Sonos speaker which integrates with the rest of my Sonos network. So 2 for the price of 1.

    Great product all around.

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  9. Tiki

    Bought this for the sole purpose of using it as a hub for Sonos One SL. Plugged it in, within minutes it was hooked up, Sonos One SL were paired as surround, and the entire house grouped for music and TV. The sound is decent, I have a B&W Zepplin which has amazing sound, and the Ray isn’t quite there, but for the size, price, ease of set up and pairing, I can’t complain at all. For the price there are probably better sounding soundbars for tv for sure. But with Sonos the features and quality and ability to control audio with ease makes the few extra dollars well worth the investment. Buy once cry once.

    It’s small, which sounds bad, but it tucks under the TV easily and disappears visually. The sound is fantastic. Deep bass. Clear vocals.

    Would suggest and buy again for sure.

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  10. Pete

    I was eager to buy the Ray as a starter piece for maybe a slew of other Sonos speakers. I understand the benefit of having an integrated network of speakers throughout your home, with the ability to stream music from your devices to your speakers.

    Unfortunately, I don’t really need any of that. I was just looking for a sound bar for my TV. And this works less as a sound bar, and more as a data collection device.

    The speaker is completely bricked until you download their app and give the app location services information on your mobile device. I don’t understand why I can’t just power this thing on, plug into the IR input, and get sound. Instead, Sonos forces you to sell your soul to them so they can eat your data.

    I hate the future.

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