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(Pocket-lint) – Last year Ikea and Sonos teamed up to introduce new speakers and audio products. Now they have updated files Symfonisk bookshelf headset , with the second generation version already available in the Netherlands, according to Dutch tech site Tweakers .
The new model has a faster processor, more memory, and consumes less power in standby mode. It also comes with a longer power cable. Obviously, most of these changes are internal, because when you look at the new model along with the first generic model, they look almost identical except for the updated button layout. The new amplifier has the volume controls side by side rather than separate.
Other than that, the new speaker offers almost the same features as before, including compatibility with Sonos’ speaker network and support for Apple’s Airplay 2. It’s also still available in black and white. If you are interested, you can buy the latest version of Symfonisk from the Ikea website in the Netherlands for 99 euros. It is not yet known if it will be launched outside the country, including the United States and the United Kingdom.
Pocket-lint had a chance to review Ikea and Sonos’ Symfonisk picture frame with Wi-Fi speaker last year – check it out below:
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