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If you’re in the UK and looking to buy a Sonos speaker, you better get your order in before February 23rd. After then, prices will be rising by up to 25 percent across the company’s various product ranges, thanks to Brexit.
Sonos’ most affordable speaker, the Play:1, is increasing in price from £169 to £199; the mid-range Play:3 is going up from £259 to £299; while the top-of-the-line Play:5 used to cost £429 and will now set you back £499. The biggest increases, though, are hitting the Connect line, which allows users to hook up their existing speakers to streaming music sources, and are getting a 25 percent price bump. You can check out the full list of changes here.
The company’s explanation is a familiar one: it sets its prices by…