The Sonus Ribbon is a premium-quality stereo speaker that delivers a rich, deep and powerful sound experience. There are two versions available – the Sonus Ribbon 3D and the Sonus Ribbon 2D.

With the Sonus Ribbon 3D, you can enjoy crystal clear audio with 3D surround sound on your TV or PC monitor. The Sonus Ribbon 3D comes in three different finishes to suit many types of home decor.

If you prefer a more traditional stereo setup, the Sonus Ribbon 2D will provide you with an amazing stereo sound experience whether it’s plugged into your TV or computer.

Both models have been designed to deliver an incredible listening experience for music lovers. If you want something special in your home that can take your music from good to great, we strongly recommend both Sonus Ribbon speakers.

The Sonus Ribbon 5210 5200 delivers excellent performance across all frequencies and its wide frequency range means you get more detail than other speakers at this price. It also has a very low impedance which helps avoid any unnecessary signal loss.

Weighing only 1.5 kg (3 lbs), these speakers won’t break the budget either as they come with a 6-year warranty.

Read on to find out how the Sonus Ribbon compares to other speakers in the market today.

What is Sonus Ribbon?

The Sonus Ribbon is a wireless speaker system that uses Bluetooth connectivity to stream music wirelessly from your smartphone or tablet to the speakers. Its sleek design and attractive finish makes it suitable for use in the bedroom, kitchen or living room.

The Sonus Ribbon features two high powered full range drivers and one tweeter, meaning it can play loud music without distorting or losing clarity over time.

The Sonus Ribbon is designed to work with Bluetooth devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops. You can connect up to six Sonus Ribbons to create a multiroom system.

It offers a variety of connectivity options including Wifi and Ethernet LAN.

You can control the Sonus Ribbon using voice command through Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, or Siri. This allows you to call up songs, albums, artists, podcasts, and even radio stations.

You can also change the volume, skip tracks and adjust the bass and treble levels.

This enables you to quickly access information about your favorite artists or genres.

You can also set timers and alarms with the Sonus Ribbon. For example, you could turn off the lights after you leave the house.

Sonus also offers apps for Android and iOS devices which allow you to customize the Sonus Ribbon’s settings. The Sonus app provides a quick way to pair multiple Sonus RIBBONS together, creating a multiroom system.

You can add additional Sonus Ribbons to your setup and connect them wirelessly. You can then listen to the same song from each unit simultaneously, or choose to play music individually.

For instance, if you have two Sonus Ribbons, you can turn them on and listen to music simultaneously while sitting back and relaxing in the armchair.

Alternatively, you can turn one of the units down and listen to your own music quietly while the other unit plays the background music in another part of the house.

There are no wires connected to the Sonus Ribbon. Instead, it works by sending the Bluetooth signal between your device and the speaker.

This means there are no messy cables strewn around your home. If you’re looking for a simple solution that doesn’t require you to drill holes in your wall, the Sonus Ribbon is a smart choice.

When you first power on the Sonus Ribbon, you’ll see the familiar green light flash followed by the ‘Sonus Logo’ appear on screen.

The Sonus logo indicates that the speaker has successfully paired with your device and ready to begin streaming music.

The Sonus Ribbon works well with Bluetooth enabled phones and tablets. However, the speakers do not support USB connections.

As a result, you must use a Bluetooth enabled phone or tablet to make use of the Sonus Ribbon. Alternatively, you can use Sonus Link software to transfer files to the speaker.

The Sonus Link software allows you to send media files (such as MP3 and WMA) from your mobile device to the Sonus Ribbon and vice versa.

You can import pictures, videos, audiobooks, PDF documents and eBooks too. Importing content via the Sonus Link software is easy as it takes less than a minute.

The Sonus Link software is compatible with Windows 10, 8/8.1, 7, XP, Vista, 2000, 98 SE, ME and 95.

The Sonus Ribbon comes with a Micro SD card slot that accepts cards up to 32GB. Using the microSD card slot gives you the flexibility to store large amounts of personal data.

The Sonus Ribbon supports AAC audio formats but does not support MP3 or WAV. However, if you want to convert your music to the AAC format, you can use a third-party program like ConvertXtra.

Another feature worth mentioning is the ability to share the Sonus Ribbon’s Bluetooth connection with other Bluetooth enabled devices within your home.

In addition, you can use the Sonus App to remotely play music on the Sonus Ribbon from anywhere else in your house.

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