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 7.0.1
This update fixes a bug we found in our most recent software release.
We purchased the 5's and couldn't be happier. We have 5 speakers total. We put them in the kitchen, living room, bedroom and two on a covered deck. I just love the sound that comes out of them! They weigh a lot for the size. I feel they are really sturdy and of good quality. We've had them a year or more now and I'm still extremely happy with them. Friends all say how great they sound too.
Pro: great sound, somewhat portable, nice looking and did I say how great they sound? Also the fact that there is zero lapse or delay when you connect them all together. I just love this set up!
Con: 1) I'll just put it out there, they are pricey and not in everyone's budget. And that's a shame because they are really nice speakers! 2) It can be a bit time consuming to set up if you want to move a speaker and it drops off the network. Only happened once, I called tech support and was on hold for quite a while. But I did learn how to reconnect it myself so I will call it a learning experience. 3) they changed the design right after I bought the first two speakers so all 3 don't match.
I ❤️ My SONOS System
We had a Bose Lifestyle home theater system for ten years until it finally died. It was great but our new SONOS system is so much better and way more versatile and expandable. We now can have a movie playing in the family room while music is playing simultaneously in other rooms of the house, garage, and pool area all streaming from individual sources and devices! It's very easy to set up and control from mobile or desktop devices. The key to avoiding dropped sound and speaker connection problems is to make sure you have a robust WiFi system to connect SONOS to or directly connect it with Ethernet cable and let it run its own "ZP" WiFi separate from your local network. The latter approach also avoids using up bandwidth on your local Wifi network. I found that to work best for my system. My system includes a Playbar, 3 Play 3s, Subwoofer, 4 Play 1s and a Connect for running an existing outdoor six speaker audio system around our pool. I can stream multiple sources from multiple devices in multiple spaces simultaneously and it all just works! I love it 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
We've had Sonos for six years and it's been flawless. Even with those rare iOS quirks with an upgrade or Wifi router changes and even a system at home and a getaway home support is great and setup changes upgrades fantastic. We love it period. We had a Bluetooth type system but tired of that and constant conflicts and range issues. Sonos my only wish is that you'd get some outdoor/weatherproof or resistant devices. I want Sonos outside without having to haul say my Player:5 in. I have weather proof covered outlets on my patio and heck we can use green Christmas light extension cords to power some Sonos devices in our landscape if you'd only make them!!! All Sonos users want outdoor versions. I don't want to get a Sonos zone player and hook speakers to them. The sound is not good that way. Make a Play:1 type device that has a compatible post that I can put in some shrubs or a flower bed and just run UL outdoor rated cords to them. Maybe build in an internal surge suppressor module or something too. Sonos for life. Signed SonosBoerne
- Category: Music
- Updated: Dec 14, 2016
- Version: 7.0.1
- Size: 121 MB
- Languages: English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian Bokmål, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish
- Seller: Sonos, Inc.
- © 2009-2016 Sonos, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.