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SoundTouch 30
RRP $599.95
Bronze 5

Bronze 5

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Bronze 6

Bronze 6

From $1,879.00

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W10

W10

From $1,329.00

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Sliver 50

Sliver 50

From $1,439.00

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CM7BG

CM7BG

$175.00

12% OFF RRP $199.00
CM7FX

CM7FX

$530.00

12% OFF RRP $599.00
CM7HD

CM7HD

$385.00

10% OFF RRP $429.00
CM7MP

CM7MP

$255.00

12% OFF RRP $289.00
CM7PR

CM7PR

$300.00

12% OFF RRP $339.00
CM7SI

CM7SI

Now $200.00

On Sale 25% OFF RRP $265.00
CM8HD

CM8HD

$430.00

10% OFF RRP $479.00
CM8MP

CM8MP

$290.00

11% OFF RRP $325.00
CM8PR

CM8PR

$350.00

10% OFF RRP $389.00
CM8SI

CM8SI

$465.00

10% OFF RRP $519.00
Sonos Connect

Sonos Connect

$549.00

RS165

RS165

$399.00

0% OFF RRP $399.99
RS175

RS175

$499.00

0% OFF RRP $499.99

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We have been making a lot of noise lately about a new sound option called Dolby Atmos, and this has left more than a few people asking “what is it”. Most people will have heard of Dolby as they have been synonymous with good movie audio for decades. Letting people know of their existence with their quick intros at the start of most movies (the steam train is still my favourite). Whilst they do a lot of research and development in many areas (including video and music reproduction); cinematic sound is what the general public know Dolby for. In line with this comes their latest release: Dolby Atmos ...