A SONOS audio system just needs to start with one zone player or wireless speaker. You can then add on from there. SONOS is an easy way to upgrade any existing audio or music system, either commercial or residential.
Other than the obvious reasons like unlimited music streaming, free app and software, incredible wireless speakers and surround sound options, here are 3 reasons SONOS is voted the best Wireless System.
SONOS has the coolest and most user friendly interface.
It’s simplistic enough to hand this app to someone who has never used it before and have the ability to quickly figure it out. It also has a ton of special options within the software suite for more advanced users. Things like playlist controls, music library set up, custom sleep alarm settings, a graphic style equalizer, left and right sound adjustment, dialogue adjustment, and sub-woofer bass adjustments. Not to mention the ability to control the music source and volume of individual rooms from one single app.
It streams anything.
Cloud based music streaming is quickly becoming the norm for music playback and enjoyment. SONOS has more streaming audio services available than any other product. A lot of companies brag about supporting Pandora and Spotify while others have iTunes and Airplay, but SONOS has more streaming options than anyone. Since SONOS is primarily a network device, it gets updates regularly to add new streaming services.
SONOS has a complete product line for any custom audio video solution you can imagine.
Converting existing audio and speaker systems to the SONOS Wireless Music System is very simple with the SONOS CONNECT. Just plug this little guy into your existing amplifier and watch SONOS take control. Going completely wireless with portable self-powered speakers is perfect for existing homes that have wiring and speaker installation limitations.
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The SONOS PLAYBAR is a completely self-contained masterpiece. It is made up of nine class-D digital amplifiers that are perfectly tuned to match the six onboard midrange speakers and three tweeters. With automatic equalization, the system self-adjusts for crystal clear highs and tons of range. Add the SONOS SUB and make this thing a full 3.1 Surround Sound System with full Dolby Digital. Want to take it a little farther? Add a pair of SONOS Play:3 speakers for rears and you’ve created a true 5.1 Surround Sound System that can be controlled with a smart phone or tablet.