Sonos Sound Bar Hits the FCC and May Land in Your Living Room Soon

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Sonos wireless sound systems might not be cheap, but their easily switchable, multi-zone design makes having wireless music throughout your house simple. In 2012, the company added a burly sub to its lineup of products, and from the looks of this FCC filing, a sound bar, called the Playbar, might drop soon.

Now as with many FCC filings, these documents made available today don't tell us a whole lot about the potentially forthcoming product. We know that as with other Sonos systems, it will use Wi-Fi, and we can see from the label placement document that it'll be a rectangular box of some sort. You know, kind of like a sound bar.

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Given that the Sonos Sub already exists, adding a sound bar to the mix makes a lot of sense. So much so that it makes us wonder if we'll see a more full-featured home entertainment focused Sonos down the line. For now, we'll settle for a Playbar that's ready to go—whenever Sonos is ready to tell us about it. [FCC via Wireless Goodness via Ubergizmo

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Sonos doesn't work with Zune/Xbox music files though right?

I'd love to set up some speakers in my room but not too sure what to get just yet.