IKEA Symfonisk WiFi Bookshelf Speaker

Place the IKEA Symfonisk WiFi bookshelf speaker horizontally or vertically, or mount it on the wall to use as a practical shelf. Also helps you to use your space optimally, while providing a rich sound that fills the entire room. The speaker’s features will be enhanced through continuous software updates.

Features:

– This speaker has a rich and vibrant sound that fills the entire room and allows you to create the right atmosphere at home.
– The speaker is a collaboration between IKEA and Sonos, so it easily integrates with other products from Sonos.
– Use the speaker as a shelf by mounting it on the wall with SYMFONISK speaker bracket, sold separately.
– Hang the speaker on KUNGFORS rail or rack by using the SYMFONISK speaker hooks, sold separately.
– You can stream music, podcasts and radio via Wi-Fi without interruptions from phone calls or notifications. The music keeps playing even when your phone or tablet is not around.
– Supports all of the major music streaming subscription services.
You can control each speaker individually, so you can play music in one room while the children are listening to an audiobook in another one, or play the same sound throughout the home.
– Compatible with Airplay 2 so you can stream audio directly from your Apple devices.
– If you want stereo sound, you can buy two identical speakers.
– You can use two identical speakers as rear speakers for a Sonos home theatre system.

Order HERE for $99.

IKEA also offers a Symfonisk Table Lamp for $179.

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