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Old 17-09-2020, 04:41 PM
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I have got the Beam for the living room and then a Sonos One (gen 2) for the kitchen/dining room. I would definitely recommend then - high quality sound (especially the beam) and the multiroom is great. Agree though that the Alexa microphone doesnt always pick up your voice very well, especially in the kitchen where there is a good amount of background noise.
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