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Lowest price £120.00 (2018-04-25)

Price registered within the last 12 months

Product information

Wireless network (Wi-Fi)
Yes
Battery operated
No
Features
Support for internet radio, Remote control, Designed for wall mounting, Mobile app for controlling features, Support for multiroom, Power bank
Bluetooth
No
Docking Station for mobile/Tablet
No

Connectors

Analogue 3.5mm input (Aux)
0 pc
Other connectors
Ethernet (Network/RJ-45)
USB
No

Decoders

Supported audio files
MP3, WMA, OGG Vorbis, FLAC, WAV (PCM), AIFF, AAC+, Apple Lossless

Design

Available colours
Black, White, Silver, Grey

Dimensions

Dimensions (WxHxD)
Depth
119.7 mm
Height
161.45 mm
Width
119.7 mm
Product weight
1.85 kg

Features

Features
Support for internet radio, Remote control, Designed for wall mounting, Mobile app for controlling features, Support for multiroom, Power bank
IP code (level of dust/water resistance)
Smart speaker (virtual assistant)
No

Communication

Bluetooth
No
Wireless network (Wi-Fi)
Yes

Compatibility

Docking Station for mobile/Tablet
No
Radio receiver
No
Streaming standards
Spotify Connect

Audio features

Capacity (max/total)
Frequency range (max)
Frequency range (min)

Power supply

Battery operated
No
Electric (not USB)
Yes

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4.3 of 5 stars

Based on 97 reviews

2016-04-02
b
Hopeless to set up. Don't know why it doesn't work for me but the thing just refuses to cooperate. The fact that it doesn't have a regular line in and the ethernet mode is completely useless means I have no fallback alternatives too. Wish I had bought a Bose instead and will try to return it to the shop.
2015-07-26
Edited 2018-02-04
v
Prior to moving to a new apartment, I had grown tired of all the cabling, I pulled into my previous 7.1 home theater system. Big huge speakers powered by a huge receiver and a total of 56 meters speaker wired to the ceiling and down to each speaker had done that I had enough of cables and glanced at alternatives. I was out in the trade and listened to Bose, Sony, LG and Samsung's various systems. I downloaded the manufacturers' apps and tested on-site in the store. Went home and watched the apps version history and could then conclude that innovativast with the software was Sonos. Their app has virtually everything except to support Apple's AirPlay. I drive only iPhone and iPad at home. Has no computer anymore. Felt initially that Bose had better sound, but then read reviews which said that they have a certain sound curve that makes the traditional "Bose sound" that is not so as a music fan thinks it should be transferred without more fjortis sound. Went to the HiFi Club who confirmed this and pointed out that wireless speakers will never sound as good as kabelditon ... Sonos Play 3: Bought at first 2 such and had read me that you should turn off the loudness intällningen which is on at startup. Wow so good they sounded. Took about 10 minutes to connect both and update software and stereo link them as a couple. Sonos Sub: Bought this a few days after the Play 3, and then became the sound complete and "whole" in any way. Everything from Metallica to Bo Bice sounds immediately better. Sonos Play 1: I lacked the ability to hear the sound on the audio podcasts in the bathroom and did not want to be forced to raise the other room for it to be heard there. Shit Stylish atop the washing machine became :) SUMMARY: If you like to fiddle around with settings, load your own hacked software or tweak a few things in the sound image, this is not the right gadgets for you. Do you want to be something of really high quality, with a "applig" approach so that they have thought of everything and everything is clear how it is supposed to be used, you will be more than satisfied. Thought that the system was meager and that I would never be able to play some songs crap loud again. But even there, I was wrong. Have had everything for 10 days now and never played more than 50% volume. I have downloaded the app Kronos to my Apple Watch and control your Sonos system from the wrist. Happiness is total. Want to see this in reality, then check out my Youtube clip here; https://youtu.be/XywniWAiE6M

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2017-11-27
B
Very good sound, but may be a little frightened in setup for a new place after moving

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2017-05-01
E
Better sound and ease of use .Good price https://www.electronic-cigarette.ie/

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2017-03-30
P
Bought one for having it as a "radio" in the kitchen during discount sales in 2016. Supplemented to get the stereo and the sound was much better with an additional speaker. Good enough good background music. They have upgraded the software since then, and it sounds very now than it did from the beginning. Do not, however, it is worth the price it normally is on. + The sound has said that improved, can adjust the bass and treble via the app. + Easy installation and simple at completion + Stylish simple design + Updating app and software continuously, not all do. + The app supports many other apps, Google Play Music, TuneIn and many more. - Expensive wall brackets (some metal and screws need not cost 400kr) - The app can be a little pillig and is not entirely logical. Not the full support of all. - Some features are only available if you have an iPhone, why? (IOF only calibration True Play) - Would like to be able to connect directly to the speaker and play through my default player on your phone, or get out the sound if I run Netflix on your tablet. Maybe. - I bought the white, had wanted it all white, not gray "net" around. Summation. The sound is good, but not high end. Can recommend which type kitchen radio or background music. Definitely better sound with two.

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