Put your speaker wherever you want. Plug it in. Tap the app – it connects to your WiFi and you’re ready to rock. Just like that. No wires. No tricky programming. No kidding.
One of our latest projects converted the traditional user of Bluetooth speakers to the Sonos range.
WiFi, not Bluetooth.
It matters. Especially when the phone rings or the person with the music has to leave. With Sonos, the songs stream from your WiFi network (not your phone), so there’s never any of the dropouts, delays or interruptions associated with Bluetooth.
The best part about a multiroom wireless speaker system compared with a series of Bluetooth speakers is that it connects directly to the Internet instead of relying on your phone or computer meaning calls, texts, and other notifications won’t interrupt playback. And you can play different music in different rooms, or group them together, all while maintaining independent volume control on each unit.
Our clients usually begin with the Play: 1 the mini home speaker and many return to find out how they can expand from their living to dining, kitchen and bathroom even including music in their outside area.
The real power of a Sonos system kicks in when you add more speakers. Suddenly you’re playing different songs in different rooms. Or grouping all your speakers together to blast one big jam to every room at once.