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Multi-room music system specialist Sonos has cut the price of its introductory hardware bundle by ten per cent to £699 from £779.

The deal's better than it sounds, as the package now includes a ZonePlayer ZP100, which incorporates a 50W amplifier. The new bundle comprises the ZP100; the smaller ZP80, which connects to a separate amplifier; and the handheld, colour screen-equipped Controller. The previous bundle packaged together the Controller and two ZP80s.

Bought individually, the new introductory bundle's components would cost £877.

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You can read Register Hardware's review of the ZP80 and the Sonos Digital Music System here.

The bundle is available now from Sonos' UK online store.

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