August 21, 2012 by EH Staff
Want to rock out completely untethered? Wireless speakers give you a little freedom with the placement, so you can crank it up wherever it’s most appropriate.
In some cases, one speaker is all you need—and it doesn’t have to be a super-pricey one, either. At least, not according to today’s Hot Deal. We found Sony’s SANS300 HomeShare Wireless Speaker available on the Circuit City website for just $89.99. This is for one speaker, and is $110 off the list price. That cost even includes free shipping!
Just set the HomeShare speaker up anywhere near an outlet, and you can stream music from your mobile device, a computer, a home theater system, and more. This SANS300 model boasts 360 degrees of sound using your home’s WiFi network.
If you think $89.99 is a good price, you may want to pick up two of these speakers. The units can be linked for the PartyStream feature, which allows playback throughout the house. Sony says that the SANS300 is also compatible with the company’s free remote app for iOS and Android devices.
According to the Sony website, it looks like they may be phasing out this model for a new HomeShare speaker—hence, the discount. It also means that once the retailer runs out of stock, there’s no more deal. Snag your speaker while it’s still available!
Electronic House Hot Deals are offered as an editorial service to readers. EH is not paid to promote Hot Deals and makes no guarantee on the accuracy of the product descriptions we find at the dealers’ sites, nor does EH verify that the site/dealer is an authorized reseller of the product or brand.
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