Streaming music in every room with Sonos
We’ve posted about Sonos before, but think it’s time to mention it again. At this point, you may have even seen one of their television ads and wondered what Sonos actually did.
If your music listening is limited to using earbuds or isolated, your computer’s speakers, or to just a single room in your home, look no further than Sonos to expand your experience. Sonos offers a complete line of products to easily add music to every room and fit any configuration, including starting from just an Internet connection and nothing else. If you have a killer system already, just add the non-amplified Sonos Connect device as a new input to your receiver. If you have a room with no system, choose from the Play 5, Play 3, or Play 1 as an all-in-one solution.
Sonos has continued to develop and release new products, as well as releasing regular updates to the controller software that you install on your computer or smart phone. Start your system by connecting any of the devices to your router with an ethernet cable. If your router is not conveniently located in a room where you want music, you can add the Sonos Bridge ( ** get a FREE Sonos Bridge from All the Coolest Stuff **). By connecting to the Internet, you now have access to your existing digital music library and all of the popular online music services. After that, all additional Sonos devices added to your system will communicate wirelessly amongst themselves. It is as simple as plugging in the new device in and following a few short steps. Controlling the Sonos system is easy – download the free iOS or Android app and use your phone or tablet. Having a party? Link all of your “zones” together to play the same music in every room. Or, play different music in every room. We know you’ll love this as much as we do!