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SONOS CONNECT Wireless Receiver Component for Streaming Music

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  • Turns your stereo or home theater into a music streaming Sonos system
  • Wirelessly play your own music, online music services and Internet radio and expand by adding Sonos to any room in your home
  • Powerful wireless network delivers HiFi sound without dropouts
  • Connects to stereo receiver via optical or RCA cable
  • Sonos App on your smartphone, tablet or PC gives you control of all your music in one place
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SONOS CONNECT Wireless Receiver Component for Streaming Music + SONOS PLAY:1 Compact Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music (Black) + SONOS BOOST for Sonos Wireless Network
Price for all three: $647.00

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Product Specifications

Brand NameSonos
Color NameLight Gray

Product Description

Product Description

The SONOS CONNECT brings streaming music to your stereo or home theater. Setup is easy, and you can play music on the connected speakers alone or throughout your house with Sonos speakers in every room. Wirelessly stream your entire music library and favorite online music services, and control it all with a free app on your phone, tablet, or computer.

Review from Home Theater Magazine

Review from Sonos

Home Theater Magazine Reviews It's hard to overstate the simplicity of the Sonos system concept. There are three basic Sonos bricks: two audio players (the ZonePlayer 90 and ZonePlayer 120) and one handheld wireless Sonos Controller 100. The Bundle 150 includes one of each. Read the full review at

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Product Details

User Manual [627kb PDF]| User Manual [627kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 5.4 x 2.9 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001CROHX6
  • Item model number: ZonePlayer 90
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (338 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Date first available at April 18, 2005

From the Manufacturer

What's in the Box?
  • Sonos CONNECT Wireless Receiver
  • AC Power Cord
  • Ethernet Cable
  • Quickstart Guide

SONOS CONNECT Wireless Receiver Component for Streaming Music


Bring streaming music to your stereo

Transform your stereo or home theater into a music streaming Sonos system. Stream all the music on earth to your stereo with this wireless, easy to set up music player. Play alone, or link to other Sonos music players in your home--and control it from anywhere with your smartphone or tablet.

Enjoy superior audio quality with analog, optical and coaxial digital audio outputs engineered for premium performance. Optimize sound performance for each room using room-specific bass, treble, balance, and loudness controls, and adjust room volume in groups or individually. CONNECT seamlessly integrates your home theater system and other audio devices into your Sonos Multi-Room Music System.

Easy to Setup




Step 1

Start with Sonos CONNECT connected tor you amplifier.

Step 2

Connect to your home WiFi network using the free Sonos App.

Step 3

Enjoy music in every room, in perfect sync.

What is Sonos?

Go wireless.

Set up Sonos with the push of a button. The unique technology from Sonos brings your entire home audio system together on your home WiFi or over a dedicated wireless network. The end result? Unrivaled performance and zero drop-outs.

Imagine a speaker for every room.

Sonos wireless speakers are custom designed for every space in your home. From the compact PLAY:1 to the TV-compatible PLAYBAR, the Sonos line-up fills any room with crystal clear HiFi sound at any volume.

Control every room, from any device.

The Sonos 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.

All your music, all together.

Play your iTunes library, listen to your online music services, and get access to thousands of free radio stations worldwide.

Easier than ever wireless, in any situation

Adding your home stereo to your Sonos system has never been easier. CONNECT doesn't need a BRIDGE or BOOST to connect to your home WiFi. If you've got great WiFi at home, simply buy any Sonos speaker and set it up on your home WiFi network using the free Sonos app. If your home WiFi network just isn't reliable enough, get the Sonos BRIDGE or BOOST to make sure the music never stops.

Bring wireless streaming to your amplified home theater or stereo your favorite speakers
Built-in amplifier Class-D (2x 50W)
Line-in connections Auto-detecting analog (RCA) Auto-detecting analog (RCA)
Line-out connections Analog (RCA), digital (optical and coaxial) Analog (RCA), digital (optical and coaxial)
Compatible with Sonos controller app

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Works great and easy to setup.
John McGovern
I have App to control the system installed in my iPhone, Ipad, Samsung Galaxy Tab and Samsung Galaxy S2 Phone and all of them work fine.
The Sonos scanned the music on the computers, and the NAS (network hard drives) no problem and play from either source easily.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

156 of 161 people found the following review helpful By DB in PA on June 14, 2013
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Right up front, I should say that I'm not an audiophile. I am a musician and certainly appreciate good sound, but I don't invest a ton in it. For my home stereo I spent roughly $600 on a Yamaha receiver and $800 for a good pair of speakers. So while I certainly want a good sounding setup, I'm not obsessed with it and am happy with "mid-level" sound quality.

That being said, the Sonos:Connect was a delight in terms of setup and ease of use (5 stars for these areas alone), but a real disappointment in terms of sound quality (2 stars).

Setup: easy as can be. I bought a Sonos:Connect to plug into my home stereo, and a Sonos Bridge to wirelessly stream the music on my computer to it. You run the brief setup routine on your computer, plug in the Bridge and push a button on it, plug in the Connect and push a button on it, and voila - everything's connected! To stream music from a computer or NAS you simply point Sonos to your music folder via the software; it then took about ten minutes for it to index my 9,000+ song record collection. By simply adding my Pandora account info I had access to my Pandora channels.

Ease of use: fantastic. Sonos controllers are available for your computer as well as Android and iOS smartphones and tablets. I downloaded the controller apps for both of our iPhones and our iPad, so we can control our music with whatever tool we have handy. The controller software is very intuitive and easy-to-use. There is no delay in adjusting volume, moving from track to track, etc. - the whole system is incredibly responsive, as opposed to the pretty flaky Squeezebox Duet system it is replacing.
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106 of 113 people found the following review helpful By C. Humble on April 14, 2009
I'm pretty picky about my electronic and computer gear. For me to like it, it's got to work and work flawlessly. I won't tolerate equipment that sort of works or works some of the time. It's not worth it. Just send it back.

I decided to try a Sonos ZonePlayer90 after getting Sirius at home and realizing that my reception via the indoor/outdoor antenna left something to be desired. I also eventually want to move music around the house. Initially I was put off by the price.

Well, I've had the ZP90 almost two weeks and I can't stop telling people how amazing it is. I had no idea when I bought it that it would open up a huge world of music to me. Not only does it make it a snap to play my iTunes library and Sirius, but I now have access to internet radio stations around the world and the Pandora music service. I feel like I have the world's largest jukebox in my living room. And, it's all at your fingertips via the software controller and iPod Touch.

I think we all get so tired of TV. I watch a lot of sports. A lot of times, I put the game on TV and put music or NPR on the Sonos. I'm using my computers and an iPod Touch to control the Sonos and it's working flawlessly. I plan to get a ZP120 to share music to other parts of the house and outside.

While these products are fully priced, they are worth it and don't let price deter you. They are well built and the customer support is good. The Sonos also lets you get so much more value out of your broadband and the rest of your stereo or home theater equipment. It's a no brainer.
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69 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Derek White on October 21, 2010
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I have a huge collection of MP3s that I've been collecting over the years. I also like to stream Pandora and Rhapsody. My problem has always been: How do I get my collection of music from my computer in my bedroom to my high-quality home stereo in my family room? And how do I do it easily--with an easy-to-use interface? And how do I do this while preserving the best sound fidelity?

I've researched this topic for over a year and finally sprung the $350 for the Sonos ZonePlayer ZP90 because (although a bit more expensive) it gets the highest consumer reviews.

Here's what's amazing about this product:

1) Easy Set Up
I always assume the setup is going to be a lot harder than "they" say. Not with the ZonePlayer. Clear instructions, all the required cables, and easy software setup. I was able to point the Sonos software directly to my collection of music--which was a breeze. Then the Sonos software quickly communicated with the ZonePlayer through my home network without a hitch. Full setup took me approximately 15 minutes.

2) Nearly Endless Music Choices
Since the ZonePlayer can access the MP3s on my hard drive, my music accounts on the internet (Rhapsody and Pandora), and a slew of internet radio stations, the music possibilities seem endless. Mind you, Rhapsody is a subscription service that I pay about $15 per month for.

During setup, the software asked my what my postal code is. Why? Because besides all the free national radio stations it can stream, it has a section of my local radio stations. Open up the local radio station section and the full spectrum of local radio stations is there for me to choose from. Pretty cool.
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