LOL, yes the 80's are over, but physics doesn't change over time. A Sonos/HomePod speaker will never out perform a proper receiver/home speaker set up. Having said that most people don't really care if their music sounds a little on the mashed potato side. They care more about convenience and/or aesthetics. For those who want to accurately hear a recording the way it was recorded there are receiver/home speaker combinations. Different strokes for different folks. Not everyone is looking (or in this case, listening) for the same end result.