As you may know, Sonos isn't the first to raise its prices because of Brexit.
Electronics company Sonos has announced that as of February 23 prices of products such as soundbars and speakers will be raised by up to 25%.
Sonos released a statement explaining the change: "We pay for everything we make in U.S. dollars..."
"Over recent months, there has been a significant change on the USA dollar to GBP [GB pounds] exchange rate". Other products including the popular Play range will see price rises of around 15%.
Unsurprisingly, the news of the post-Brexit price hike has not gone down well with consumers, with some lambasting the move as "outrageous" and "business suicide".
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The refreshed pricing tiers will see some Sonos speakers increase by as much as £100.
The Sonos announcement comes a day ahead of inflation figures expected to show a further increase in the rise in the cost of living.
Thankfully, because Sonos has given us all a heads up, it means we can still get its kit for the current prices (perhaps a little cheaper if you shop around). If you've had your eye on some Sonos products, then, it's probably best to buy now instead of later.
The firm's Connect line of speakers, which allows users to wirelessly stream music through their existing audio system, will be hit with the 25 per cent hike, with prices set to increase from £279 to £399 for the standard Connect, and from £349 to £499 for the Connect:AMP.
Elsewhere, Microsoft, OnePlus, Tesla and HTC have all added their own price increases.