This is a question we receive all the time, and one I bring up myself whenever I speak to people at Sonos? Where are the Sonos outdoor speakers? At the moment there are none. It’s a curious issue, because Sonos is easily the most popular wireless speaker company in the world, but so far, there […]Get the Guide
Hands On: Sonos PLAYBAR Soundbar
When is a soundbar more than just a soundbar?
The PLAYBAR is not just a speaker for your TV room, it’s a gateway to a house filled with music.Get the Guide
Zones of Wicked Fun: Outdoor Space Silver
Ultimate outdoor space cooks with audio, video, and fun for everyone.
THE OWNERS OF THIS AWARD-WINNING OUTDOOR SPACE live for throwing “wicked” parties. “They’ll find an excuse to throw a party once a month,” says Scott Sullivan, principal of San Francisco Bay-area home systems integration firm SoundVision. Let’s first review the basic elements comprising a “wicked” party: Ã¢â„¢:¦ Music everywhere Ã¢â„¢:¦ Outdoor activities galore Ã¢â„¢:¦ Kitchen, […]Get the Guide
Netonos Integrates Sonos System with Your Front Doorbell
A new Kickstarter product lets your Sonos system tell you when someone's at the front door.
First we get customized cabinets for Sonos speakers from Leon; now two integrators and MIT engineers have launched Netonos Note to integrate Sonos with doorbells and receivers, and to play whole-house announcements. The product launched on Kickstarter May 20 at 8:00 a.m. ET, with a goal of $80,000 for development costs and the first production […]Get the Guide
Sonos Launches New Sonos PLAY:1 Blue Note Edition Wireless Speaker
New Sonos wireless speaker honors Blue Note Records and will sell for $250.
Sonos is one of the most popular and successful makers of wireless speakers, and the company’s success has led to several similar product lines from other speaker companies (including BlueSound, Samsung Shape, Polk Omni and Denon Heos). Still, Sonos hasn’t launched a new speaker since the 2013 PLAY:1. Today that changed, and the newest edition […]Get the Guide
Supertooth Debuts Bluetooth Multiroom Wireless Speakers
Supertooth Wireless speakers use Bluetooth to stream music to speakers all over the home.
Wireless speakers that use WiFi to stream music all over the home, a category lead by Sonos, are increasingly popular due to their ease of use and the access to a vast music library. What’s held these products back from really hitting a mass audience is the price. The least expensive Sonos speaker is the […]Get the Guide
Wireless Speakers for Every Budget in Any Room
While some wireless music systems can be expensive, there are options for just about every budget. In fact, if you’re more focused on wireless than multiroom, Bluetooth speakers are a more affordable choice than networked or Wifi speakers. Check out these from Sonos, Samsung, Denon and JBL.Get the Guide
Sonos Lets You Ditch the Bridge for Wireless Speakers
New software update allows Sonos products to connect wirelessly to your routerÃ¢â‚¬”wired Bridge no longer needed.
New software update allows Sonos products to connect wirelessly to your router—wired Bridge no longer needed.Get the Guide
16 Great Wireless Audio Products
NuVo Wireless Audio System The Wireless Audio System combines dual-band Wi-Fi and MIMO to transmit up to 16 audio streams at once. And it can do this at 600kbps, says NuVo. Designed to hook to the home network, the NuVo system can tap into music stored in iTunes and Windows Media and stream services such […]Get the Guide
5 Tips for Better Wireless Networks
by BjÃƒ:¸rn Jensen WIRELESS NETWORKING is a regular fact of life, but there are many potential pitfalls to the ubiquitous, routine installation of the necessary networking equipment. Here’s a look at some of those risks and how to avoid them. 1. Don’t ever set your home’s wireless access points (WAPs) to the same channel (unless […]Get the Guide