Sonos and Sound United Settle Legal Dispute

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Sonos and Sound United Settle Legal Dispute


Wireless speaker company, Sonos and specialty AV juggernaut, Sound United, announced Friday that they've settled their issues regarding patent infringement.

Sonos products are sold in many locations and are popular for their proprietary network connection and easy to use set up process.

More and more of Sound United brands are including wireless features ranging from Denon to Marantz as well as their wireless brand, HEOS.

Read the press release below...

Sound United, parent company to leading audio brands DenonMarantzPolk AudioDefinitive TechnologyHEOSBoston Acoustics and Classé Audio, announced today that it has reached a settlement with Sonos, resolving all patent infringement litigation between the two companies including the upcoming case filed against Sonos by Denon. Terms of the agreement are confidential.

"Today's agreement demonstrates our belief in moving the industry forward and removing barriers for both parties to deliver products that delight customers," said Kevin Duffy, CEO of Sound United. "Our direction with HEOS is unchanged, and we'll continue providing amazing-sounding solutions globally while furthering our vision of delivering joy to the world through sound."

Additional Resources:
• Read Dennis Burger's $899 HEOS Three-channel Soundbar review here. Buy it on Amazon here.
• Read Brian Kahn's review of the HEOS 3 and HEOS 7 wireless table-top speakers here. Buy the HEOS 3 here. Buy the HEOS 7 here.
• Read Brian Kahn's Sonos Soundbar review here. Buy it for $1,650 on Amazon.com here.


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