Sonos is a system of HiFi wireless speakers and audio components. It unites your digital music collection in one app that you control from any device. Play what you want in every room over a dedicated wireless network.
The Sonos Controller App lets you browse and play your music 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.
SONOS is a brand of audio distribution equipment that allows for music to be distributed both wirelessly and through speaker wire. On the most basic level, SONOS products are used in conjunction with each other to allow audio from a single source to play in multiple locations, controlled by the SONOS app.
Connects the SONOSNET network to the home’s local network (internet).
“ZONEPLAYER” is the name for an element (see below) that connects to the SONOSNET and outputs audio. Please note, all zone players require a wired electrical input, they do not operate on batteries.
CONNECT allows audio coming from the SONOSNET to be played on a traditional amplifier. The CONNECT:AMP is simply a CONNECT with a built in amplifier.
These are all wireless speakers. The PLAY:1 is the size of a jar candle. The PLAY: 3 contains three speakers and three digital amplifiers. The PLAY:5 is a five driver speaker unit.
A wireless subwoofer that works with the SONOS system, automatically adjusting when paired with a SONOS speaker.
PLAYBAR delivers cinematic sound for all your movies, TV shows, sports, and games—and wirelessly streams your favorite music, too.
Thin is great for TV screens, but not so great for sound. PLAYBAR to the rescue. With nine amplified speaker drivers—six mid-range and three tweeters—PLAYBAR replaces your TV's built-in speakers with deep, rumbling lows, crystal-clear dialog, and immersive waves of sound.
PLAYBAR features nine speakers designed in a phased speaker array to deliver “directionality”, creating a wider sound stage. That means if there’s a huge crash on the left side of the screen, you’ll hear it there because the speakers on the left are playing the sound and the speakers on the right are playing the inverse of that sound.