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The Home Theatre & Hi-Fi Specialists on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia
Complete Audio is a family run Hi-Fi & Home Theatre specialist. We have decades of experience and a large selection of equipment coupled with the knowledge to help with any project big or small.
Visit the store to see what we have and how we can help.
NEW Sonos Move
A portable (battery powered) Sonos speaker, that also has bluetooth so you can take it anywhere with you. The Move is available now, with new Sonos products coming in June.
Date Posted: 12 May 2020
For a long time whenever anyone asked me about portable speakers my go to was always Bose, more specifically the Bose Soundlink Mini. Why? It was a handy size, with relatively good sound, at a reasonable price. But then the Soundlink Mini was discontinued, and replaced with the Soundlink Revolve and the Revolve +, whilst these two are great sounding speakers, they have never managed to grab me the way the Soundlink Mini did. So I was out in the wilderness when it came to portable speakers, then along came SoundCast . SoundCast focus solely on Bluetooth products, including portable speakers and...
Date Posted: 14 February 2020
A few years ago we posted an article about Dolby Atmos . This was a brief introduction, and an invitation for everyone to come down and experience it for yourselves. Many people came in and had a listen and during the intervening years many people purchased or setup a Dolby Atmos system with our assistance. But there are still a lot of questions from people about what Dolby Atmos is and why they aren’t getting a Dolby Atmos signal on their system ...
Date Posted: 4 February 2020
Around the 22 nd of January Sonos users started receiving an email titled, “Your System Requires Attention” which was followed by the comforting tag line, “End of Software Updates”. This email, in my case, then went on to list a large number of devices, which are part of my Sonos system, which will be classified as “Legacy” at some stage in May, no actual date was supplied. ...