I have Sonos Sonos or Sonos in almost every room, if they are in my house. I just sold an older soundbar (playbar, not air compatible) for $ 300. Can I buy a $ 400 Sonos move to put in my kitchen (which can then be moved to the yard) and continue to use Alexa? Or buy 1-2 homepods and stop Alexa altogether?
In fact, I have an Apple device home, and all the smart devices are compatible with HomeKit. I like the idea that the move can be taken in the yard, but I also like the idea of using only Siri (two voice assistants is difficult). I don't like the idea of having Sonos and apple speakers when I have all Sonos. The Sonos movement is compatible with Game 2. Currently, we use Apple Music through Siri, AirPlay 2 and Alexa and it works well. Using Alexa and Siri works well, but Alexa activates at random times, Siri does not work well on our phones unless they are in our hands and it is irritating that it has different features from each voice assistant. Also, obviously, Siri integrates better with phone calls and HomeKit, which Alexa does not currently do. We can control everything with Alexa, but we can't refer to the HomeKit scenes we created.
So what would you do?
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