IKEA IKEA: Up to 20% Off All Speakers Until August 26, Including SYMFONISK Wi-Fi Speakers Take Up to 20% Off All Speakers at IKEA!

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Fill your house with music with this deal from IKEA, because you can save up to 20% on all speakers this month, including their SYMFONISK Wi-Fi speakers made with Sonos!

There are over 20 products on sale, including some accessories and mounting hardware -- we've listed a few of the deals below.

This sale is effective until August 26 online, in IKEA stores and at Pick-up and Order Points. Before you shop, read our guide with tips on how to shop at IKEA like a pro!

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    • Nice, missed the last sale. Gonna get a couple and pair with Sonos Beam for surround!
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    • Does this integrate well into Google ecosystem? Meaning I could link it to my google home and play music on command?
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    • SYMFONISK table lamp now $229 down from $249 (8%)

      The bookshelf one is $119 down from $149 (20%)
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    • This means there should be some in the as-is section in a few weeks.
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    • Picked up a few bookshelf versions to put around the house. Cleaning day will enjoy the benefits :)
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    • manubear wrote: SYMFONISK table lamp now $229 down from $249 (8%)

      The bookshelf one is $119 down from $149 (20%)
      Yep. For anyone looking for the Symfonisk lamp, I saw one for 199$ at the as-is section at the Montreal location. I suspect there will be more in a few weeks or a month.
      trixR4kids wrote: Does this integrate well into Google ecosystem? Meaning I could link it to my google home and play music on command?
      You can set Sonos speakers as the default output for your Google home, and so yes, you can play music on command of you have a smart assistant already.

      What you can't do is group a Google home with Sonos speakers. Sonos speakers will only play in sync with other Sonos speakers. Nor can you cast to Sonos like you can to any Google home speaker from your phone, etc. (It seems like for *some* apps you can select Sonos speakers as output, but it's inconsistent.)

      If you have an apple device with Airplay 2, then you can use them as output speakers for your entire device.

      I'd say it's best to just use the Sonos app or voice command to play music.
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    • My ENEBY20 is one of my best pre quarantine purchase, the fact that I can unplug it and bring it with me in the backyard makes it so much better, sound quality is awesome as well, Sonos did well.

      BT range is awesome also, my Echo can stream music to it from inside the house lol
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    • If these rely on the Sonos app, I'd say stay far away. Sonos recently s*it on their apps and rebranded them while making all sorts of connection issues. Just check the app reviews. Their products have become expensive paperweights.
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    • Chipppy wrote: If these rely on the Sonos app, I'd say stay far away. Sonos recently s*it on their apps and rebranded them while making all sorts of connection issues. Just check the app reviews. Their products have become expensive paperweights.
      I've had zero issues with the Sonos S2 app/OS upgrade. Not saying there aren't issues for others, just I haven't had any.
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    • Do these work with Smartthings, like other Sonos speakers?
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    • Chipppy wrote: If these rely on the Sonos app, I'd say stay far away. Sonos recently s*it on their apps and rebranded them while making all sorts of connection issues. Just check the app reviews. Their products have become expensive paperweights.
      I have at least nine Sonos speakers (including Play 1; Sonos 1; Play 3; Play 5, legacy Connect; legacy Connect + amp) in three locations (home, office, recreational property).

      I have not had any problems.

      What problems have you had?
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    • MexiCanuck wrote: I have at least nine Sonos speakers (including Play 1; Sonos 1; Play 3; Play 5, legacy Connect; legacy Connect + amp) in three locations (home, office, recreational property).

      I have not had any problems.

      What problems have you had?
      It constantly loses connection with the speakers. Then you have to reinstall and setup the app and speakers for it to work for a few hours, only for it to lose connection again. I have had zero problems with it before they rebranded the apps.
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    • FYI for Eneby:
      Eneby 20 is ok given its low price tag, but Eneby 30 is pretty bad for the price and its size.

      Either get Symfonisk for indoor or get $150ish Sony, JBL, Bose, Ultimate Ears portable speakers.
      Ikea has their speakers on demo & Best Buy have other ones on demo so try them and choose the one you like.
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    • Chipppy wrote: It constantly loses connection with the speakers. Then you have to reinstall and setup the app and speakers for it to work for a few hours, only for it to lose connection again. I have had zero problems with it before they rebranded the apps.
      Anecdotes are fun.

      I haven't had any issues since the change. Honestly the new app is largely just a new skin.
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    • No issues here with my Sonos app with the update either. I have 2 Play 5s and a Sonos One.
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    • No issues here either with the S2 app - if anything it made the system more stable. Before S2 app got released, occasionally my Sonos devices would disappear and I wouldn't be able to connect to them.

      I am currently using 2 Sonos One configured in stereo and waiting for the Arc and Sub to arrive.
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    • No problems with the new app, but I don’t have any old speakers that are stuck in the old app.
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    • Does anyone know if you need the box to return the sonos bookshelf speakers. I may return the 6 or 7 I bought and buy again to get the 20%.
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    • Shawzborne wrote: Does anyone know if you need the box to return the sonos bookshelf speakers. I may return the 6 or 7 I bought and buy again to get the 20%.
      It isn’t all that difficult to learn about Ikea’s policies.

      There is the price protection.
      IKEA PRICE ADJUSTMENT POLICY DETAILS
      If you have purchased a product within the last 45 days and it is now reduced in price, you can claim your Ikea price adjustment either in-store or online depending on where you made the purchase.
      https://priceadjust.ca/merchants/ikea-p ... nt-policy/

      There is the liberal returns policy.
      365 days to change your mind
      Too big? Too small? Too something else? If you’re not completely satisfied, or simply just change your mind, you can return your products within 365 days. You can return any product, even if you assembled it, as long as it’s in unused and in re-saleable condition. Please provide proof of purchase and, if possible, the packaging. If your merchandise is found to be dirty, stained, damaged or abused, IKEA may refuse to refund or exchange your items, or offer a refund card only.

      We will refund you by the same method as your original payment. Government photo ID may be required.
      https://www.ikea.com/ca/en/customer-ser ... ns-claims/

      Even if they required the items be boxed, couldn’t you buy the replacements, then return them with the receipt from your previous purchase?
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