Sonos is About to Get Even Easier by Ditching the Bridge

Sonos' multi-room wireless music system is crazy easy to use, but it's always had one annoying little drawback: You've got to plug at least one Sonos speaker or a Sonos Bridge into your router for it to work. Well the company just announced that it's overhauled its tech so that you don't need to be plugged in anymore. Read More >>

Sonos Android Controller Goes Under the Knife

Sonos' wonderful wireless music system is getting a long-overdue app refresh, beginning with a new Android controller which should pop up in Google Play today. Read More >>

Pure Audio's Flexible Wireless Music System Now Works With Any App

Pure Audio's new wireless streaming music system was already the most flexible out there, but now the company's opening up its platform even more. Rather than being bound to proprietary apps like the offerings from Sonos, Bose, and Samsung, Pure's multiroom system now works with any app. Read More >>

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Sonos Play:1 Review: Easy, Great-Sounding Wireless Music, Fun-Sized

Sonos makes some of our favourite wireless music products of all time. By taking full control of how the system works, from the app you use for playback all the way to the hardware, Sonos has turned wireless into something that everybody can enjoy. The problem has always been the price of entry—and that's where Play:1 comes in. Meet your entry-level Sonos. Read More >>

Oops! Unannounced Sonos Play:1 Speaker Shows Up in a Retail Store

Last month, we learned via FCC filing that Sonos was brewing up the Sonos Play:1, a new, smaller wireless speaker. Sonos still hasn't said anything official about it, but that hasn't stopped it from showing up on Target shelves. Read More >>

Sonos Play:1 FCC Filing Hints At Bookshelf Speaker

Sonos is primed to expand the lineup of speakers for its wireless audio system. As usual, the company's FCC filing has surfaced in advance of the actual product launch. The forthcoming Play:1 looks like it'll be a simpler speaker than its counterparts, and that Sonos intends it to be used in a stereo pairing. Is this the Sonos bookshelf speaker? Read More >>

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Sonos Playbar Review: Everything Wireless Should Be This Easy

Sound bars don't immediately benefit from Wi-Fi connectivity the way music systems do, because you usually use them with your TV, and your TV isn't something you need to put in your pocket and walk around with. But that doesn't mean that Sonos' wireless music features don't benefit from its first sound bar. Just the opposite, in fact. Read More >>

Sonos Playbar Ears-On: Powerful Sound In a Petite, Pricey Package

Sonos is aiming to revolutionise home theater audio by taking all the high quality sound you need and want, and cramming it all into one big ol' soundbar you can drop at the bottom of your TV. Sure, it'll work with other Sonos units you have hanging around, the Sonos Playbar is also a starter piece that can stand alone. And for a soundbar, this sucker sounds good. Read More >>

Sonos Playbar: The Awesomest Wireless Music System Wants to Be Your Home Theater Too

Sonos continues its righteous quest to dominate every room in your house with easy, awesome wireless music with its new Playbar. The soundbar joins the Sonos subwoofer introduced last year as well as two standalone tabletop systems already available. Read More >>

Pure's Going All-Out With Its Sonos-on-the-Cheap Jongo Multi-Room Speakers

Pure's attempting to capture the multi-room audio market for the budget-conscious. Having already shown off the decent Jongo S340B, Pure's now got a much beefier T640B 100W  'room filling' wireless speaker to pair with it. Plus it's also showing off a wireless hi-fi adapter, so you can use your own, existing speakers. Decent multi-room audio on-the-cheap might finally be go. Read More >>

Sonos Sound Bar Hits the FCC and May Land in Your Living Room Soon

Sonos wireless sound systems might not be cheap, but their easily switchable, multi-zone design makes having wireless music throughout your house simple. In 2012, the company added a burly sub to its lineup of products, and from the looks of this FCC filing, a sound bar, called the Playbar, might drop soon. Read More >>

Sonos Now Lets You Stream Music Direct From an iOS Device

Proprietary software updates are rarely exciting, but the latest from Sonos really is worth hearing about. The latest Sonos software now allows users to stream music stored on iOS devices direct to the company's speaker systems. Read More >>

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Sonos SUB Lightning Review: Lots of Bang, Lots of £££

Sonos is bad-ass: Brainless setup, a seamless backend that affords easy access to all of your music (be it streaming or locally-stored), and good sound from its standalone networked jukeboxey Zone Players. Notice the term "good sound." Not "great sound." While the self-contained S3 and S5 sound very nice, they're simply too compact to deliver rump-shaking beats. Read More >>

Sonos Sub: Wireless Subwoofer Puts Some Ass in Your Sonos System

Sonos is pretty wonderful. Easy to set up, simple to use, and easy on the ears. It could just use a little help on the low end. Well, here's the new Sonos Sub, which looks like it'll be some easy-to-add bass for your system. Read More >>

New Controller Apps Bring the Party to Your Sonos From Your PC or Mac

If you’re lucky enough to have one of those awesome Sonos systems in your home, you’ll soon have a new way to control it. Two new Sonos Controller app updates are on the way for the PC and Mac, which should make it even easier to find, control and play music across your home for the ultimate party. Read More >>

Sonos Updates Its Software—Promises Android Tablet Control With Spotify

Sonos Inc, makers of wireless HiFi stereo systems, announced a system software update today that promises a host of new features as well as deeper integration with one of the Internet's largest streaming music providers. Here's what's new. Read More >>


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