Lately, I have found myself musing over the sound systems in the home. Whether you are willing to concur with me or not, they are an almost necessary acquisition in the home. I don’t know about you, but I relish good sound, especially when I want to binge-watch a series for the weekend or just have a movie night with the family
In my recent explorations to purchase a good sound bar, I came across the sayona sound system. I could be exaggerating (read slightly), but the sayona speakers have several unique features that make them sound much better than anything you’ve probably listened to before.
They are one of the best speakers in the world built for audiophiles looking to take their listening experience up to the next level, with plenty of detail, soundstage, vibrancy, and internal balance. Let’s get some of the specs out of the way – these speakers connect wirelessly via dual-band Wi-Fi or Bluetooth and can be wired via USB.
SAYONApps is a global brand in electronics, that transforms East African homes with an excellent supply of home appliances & digital multimedia. They offer a wide range of premium quality products and have been recognized globally by the market and consumers for providing high-quality products.
From cheap to high-end, you can take your pick from their selection of the best hi-fi speakers, no matter what genre of music you plan to play. They have both floor standing speakers and bookshelf speakers to recommend, as well as desktop, active, and a number of all-in-one wireless speaker systems. You can check them out here https://zandaux.com/search?q=sayona+speaker&insubgrp=all
How to choose the best speaker
First things first, decide on a budget. Your components should be evenly matched, both tonally and in terms of price, so consider this before breaking the bank on a new pair of sayona sound system that the rest of your kit can't do justice.
You also need to make sure your sayona speakers fit your room. Most speakers require a degree of space to sound their best, so be sure not to buy speakers that are too big for your listening area. This is also a good time to consider whether you want bookshelf or floorstanding sayona saound bar. Bigger speakers mean higher volumes but, again, you need the space.
There's also the choice between passive and active speakers. Most speakers are passive - they have no amplification inside, so require a separate amplifier to work. A sayona sound bar with amplification (and sometimes DAC and streaming smarts) is increasingly popular and can connect straight to your source, no amp required, though it does require a connection to mains power. Check out our pick of the best active speakers if you're curious.