Source: Daniel Bader / Android Central
It’s been almost two years since I reviewed the Sonos Beam, a soundbar from a company that represented just as much about the company’s future as it did about its then-present.
The speaker maker had been trying to balance the needs of its existing user base, which valued the connected nature of its speaker ecosystem, with a growing number of cost-conscious consumers who just wanted a decent soundbar to connect to the living room TV that was taking on more importance. Plus, it wanted to work with the quickly-proliferating smart assistant audience, many of whom were choosing Sonos products like the Sonos One because it was the best-sounding Alexa speaker you could buy for $200.
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The Beam, with its $399 starting price, low-profile form factor, beamforming speakers, and support for…