Sonos crafting smartspeaker with support for 'multiple' voice assistants
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Identified only as model “S13,” the device device is usually a constructed tool is as a “high-performance all-in-one wireless smart speaker” that “adds integrated voice human voice consists of sound made by a human being using the vocal folds for talking, singing, laughing, crying, screaming, etc control functionality with far field microphones,” Zatz Not Funny noted on Monday. It should connect to “multiple voice platforms and music services,” Sonos said.
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The company is preparing to ship its own Siri-equipped speaker,, sometime in December. In fact that device may compete more directly with Sonos products than the Amazon Echo, owing to a $349 pricetag and an emphasis on high-end audio.
It’s not clear when the new Sonos speaker might arrive. One possibility is an announcement timed to CEDIA 2017, a home technology expo starting Sept. 5 in San Diego.</span>