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Sonos Wifi Speakers

Sonos creates perfect wifi speakers that allow you to listen to your own music library or online streaming services in any room of your home over your wifi network. Sonos speakers aren't exactly wireless - as they do require power to run, but they offer an awesome sound experience and many other advantages:

Advantages of Sonos Speakers

1. No Cables between speakers and the source of your music

We know, it sounds like we are stating the obvious – but seriously one of the massive advantages of Sonos speakers are that they are wireless. Lets be clear – they are powered, so there is a single cord required for every Sonos speaker, but other than that they are wireless – and that means a lot. No more running cables back to an amp, or moving whole systems around when you want music in another part of your house. Wherever you want music in your home you can have it, via your wi-fi network. Clean, neat, simple. Very Sonos.

2. Easy Access to all your music

So you’ve got some music on your i-Tunes account, and you use Spotify most days, but you’ve still got favourite CDs and maybe you’ve rediscovered vinyl too. How can you listen to all this great music in every room of your house without just turning it up? Sonos makes it easy. When you buy a Sonos wireless speaker, you download the Sonos free App. This allows you to play your music library, and any music streaming services wirelessly to any room in your house where the Sonos wireless speaker is plugged in. There is a range a connector amps to for connecting to old school components like your CD player and turntable so that you can share this music digitally over your wifi network to any of the rooms in your home with a Sonos speaker.

3. High Quality Sound

Not all wifi speakers are created equally, when it comes to audio performance Sonos speakers have been designed for great audio first. Some companies focus on the connectivity, but Sonos understands that music is great when it sounds great and so they’ve designed and built speakers that give you hi-fi quality sound and the convenience of wireless. Plus they’ve invested in Trueplay technology – a unique system that scans the room where you your Sonos speaker is and calibrates it to give the best sound given the size and layout of your room.

How to set up your Sonos Speaker

When you buy your first Sonos wireless speaker, your first step is to download the Sonos App. The app walks you through setting up your Sonos speaker and connecting it to your home wi-fi network. This part is incredibly straight forward.

From there you can link your personal music library, it might be i-tunes, and your streaming services like Spotify, Pandora, or Apple Music to your Sonos app. Suddenly, you’ve got access to all the music on earth. And it’s so easy to set up.

Things we love about Sonos

The set up of a Sonos speaker is straightforward. Once you’re connected, the Sonos App allows you to choose your song and change the volume right from your phone.

There are two other things we love about Sonos. The first is the Trueplay feature. True Play is unique to Sonos – it measures the acoustics in any room, it takes into account the surfaces, space and size of the room, and fine tunes your Sonos speaker to make your music sound even better.

Finally, if you’ve bought one Sonos speaker, and love it, chances are you might be thinking about getting a second one. Here’s the thing – Sonos has been designed to make creating a multi speaker system super easy. The App allows you to choose which sing plays, in which room or rooms and how loud it is.

Interested in knowing more? Read our article on bringing music back into your home and choosing between Wi-Fi and Bluetooth speakers.