By Sonos, Inc.
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Sonos is a system of HiFi wireless speakers and audio components designed for every space in your home. It unites your digital music collection in one app that you control from any device.
ENGAGE YOUR SENSES WITH IMMERSIVE SOUND
Feel the music come to life when you immerse yourself in Sonos sound. Hear every song as it was meant to be heard and every instrument as if you were in the studio or the front row.
CONTROL EVERY ROOM, FROM ANY DEVICE
Use your smartphone, tablet or computer to stream different songs in each room, group rooms together, or hear the same beat everywhere.
STREAM ALL THE MUSIC ON EARTH
Listen to all the music you love, no matter where it lives. Imagine your music library, music services and more than 100,000 free radio stations, podcasts and shows blasting off the walls of every room.
SIMPLE TO SET UP, CONTROL, AND EXPAND
No rewiring. No complex programming. Place your Sonos speaker anywhere in the house and connect to your home WiFi network with an intuitive mobile app. Build a house of sound, one room at time, and control your entire home audio system from your phone or tablet.
What's New in Version 5.3.2
Sonos update 5.3.2 fixes an issue related to battery power on iPhone and iPad
A must have for music lovers
I am a seasoned audio/video installer/technician, and the first day I heard the Playbar and sub in our show room, I said to my boss that I have to have it. The Playbar not only plays all the audio from your HDTV via an optical cable, it plays "all the music on earth". Stream anything! Your favorite radio station, whether it be a local station or a station across country. Steam Pandora, SIRIUS XM, Spotifly, etc. Not ITunes Radio yet though. Bummer! More than enough listening options for free, but many more options you can subscribe to.
I had an audio system prior as well, but I had to turn on zone two of my receiver, which was in a closet, so I never knew what station I was playing unless I walked up to the closet. I was also restricted to playing the same thing everywhere. With Sonos, I can now play different music in every room if I ever wanted to, or if I'm watching the game, I can group all zones so I can make a cocktail and not miss the play by play. C'mon Mann!
GET THE SUB!!! You will never hear a sub hit such low decibels with zero vibration from a subwoofer. Even if you spend $2,000 on a high end sub, it will certainly vibrate.
My friends are EXTREMELY envious... You know I love showing it off
I am an early adopter. I have been using this since it first came out. Long before the iPhone app. I still have the original controller. That is what makes these great. Of course they sound great, of course they look great. What is unexpected is that they keep improving them. They have come out with several new speakers since my first set. The iPhone app makes using it much easier. I was able to stream my music from my computer and when I added a Synology network array I was able to stream from there as well. One negative is that when I set up a second home for a few months while moving I went and bought a bridge and a Play5. I could not import my settings from my home setup. I had to register but there was not an option to add devices to an existing account. When I move all my stuff and merge the two systems I will just setup the old system and then add the new stuff. I have a few music services and years of favorites I do t want to lose.
You get what you pay for:
True, not the most inexpensive item(s).
However, they update their app frequently, speakers are an audiophiles dream, and they have great customer service.
Not to mention, you can buy as needed. If you can't afford the whole enchilada, start with the appetizer, the play 1. I started with a play 3 and it's pretty loud. I later paired it with another play 3 and plan to add the sub in the future.
This system also allows one to set up your own custom stereo system by room, grouping and type of speaker. This can be a bit overkill though as the speakers can get loud. Meaning: I'm not sure why one would have numerous separate groupings in a close vicinity, like the first floor of a house. Perhaps all people don't jam out as much as I?
It's pretty darn cool, but if you're not tech savvy, read the instructions and contact customer support.
A few words of caution, I was disappointed when I didn't see the iTunes logo initially. However, as long as your library is open and the computer has the Sonos app, it'll work like a charm. In other words, by phone, laptop or desktop these speakers won't disappoint.
Lastly, if you have weak wifi, don't expect these to work in your home well. Meaning, if you purchase them and they keep struggling to find the network, it's your wifi plan, not the speakers.
True, you could also purchase the Boost, but upgrading your wifi would be cheaper.
Have fun and enjoy.
- Category: Music
- Updated: May 12, 2015
- Version: 5.3.2
- Size: 35.0 MB
- Languages: English, Bokmål, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish
- Seller: Sonos, Inc.
- © 2009-2015 Sonos, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.