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SONOS BRIDGE for Sonos Wireless Network

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  • Connects to your router to create a dedicated wireless network for your Sonos system
  • Extends the wireless range of your Sonos system
  • Allows you to pair a SONOS PLAYBAR with the SONOS SUB and SONOS rear speakers for true 5.1 home theater
  • The Sonos system allows you to stream your music wirelessly to Sonos speakers throughout your home
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Introducing an Even Simpler Sonos

No Sonos BRIDGE Required
Getting started with Sonos is even easier and more affordable because a new software update allows you to set up and run Sonos on your existing Wi-Fi network. A wired connection to your router, or a SONOS BRIDGE, is no longer required. Learn more
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Frequently Bought Together

SONOS BRIDGE for Sonos Wireless Network + SONOS PLAY:1 Compact Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music - (Black) + SONOS - PLAYBAR TV Soundbar/Wireless Streaming Music Speaker
Price for all three: $937.95

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Product Specifications

Brand NameSonos
Color NameLight Gray
Item Display Height3 inches

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sonos
  • Model: ZoneBridge BR100
  • Color Name: Light Gray
  • Height: 3.00 inches
  • Width: 4.50 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 6 x 4.8 inches ; 15.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000X1TS54
  • Item model number: ZoneBridge BR100
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (521 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 18, 2005

Product Description

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

BRIDGE

Make your WiFi go HiFi

Sonos BRIDGE is an optional accessory to ensure reliable wireless performance for any situation--creating a dedicated wireless network for your Sonos speakers when your WiFi signal isn't reliable.

Why create a dedicated Sonos network? Sometimes WiFi isn't enough. Some people have problems streaming movies or surfing the web at home because their network is crowded with too many WiFi devices, and others have rooms too far away from the router to get a WiFi signal at all. If this sounds familiar, use the Sonos BRIDGE to create a powerful, dedicated wireless network exclusively for your Sonos speakers.

Plugging in the BRIDGE to your router launches a reliable mesh network on a separate wireless channel, which means that your speakers don't have to talk to the WiFi router directly, but rather can connect reliably through any nearby Sonos player. This increases the range of your Sonos system, and ensures that you've got great connectivity no matter how large your home or how many WiFi devices you use.

Easy to Setup

Connect a BRIDGE or any other Sonos speaker to your router.

This automatically launches a separate wireless network.

Connect a BRIDGE or any other Sonos speaker to your router.

This automatically launches a separate wireless network.

The Sonos dedicated network eliminates interference and increases range.

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 Controller App lets you browse and play your music from any device. Use your Android, iPad, iPhone, Mac and PC devices 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.

Elevate your TV sound

BRIDGE lets you wirelessly connect your PLAYBAR to SUB and PLAY:1 or PLAY:3 rear speakers for an immersive 5.1 surround sound experience that's simple to set up and control.

The dedicated Sonos network is required for expanding your home theater because it ensures incredibly low latency between PLAYBAR and SUB or rear speakers. With the BRIDGE, you don't experience any lip-sync delays when you're watching your favorite TV shows or movies.

WiFi Connect Any Sonos Speaker to Your Router BRIDGE
Number of players Up to 32 Up to 32 Up to 32
Ideal for Any home with good WiFi coverage Larger homes where WiFi doesn't reach all rooms Larger homes where WiFi doesn't reach all rooms
Wireless range Dependent on WiFi router broadcast power Reliable mesh network; allows players to connect through any nearby player Reliable mesh network; allows players to connect through any nearby player
Dedicated wireless network
Enables 3.1 or 5.1 home theater
Extend the range of your existing Sonos network

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Very easy to set up and it works great.
J. Ferry
When I saw the SONOS PLAY:1 and BRIDGE promotions, I found its wireless solution to be more cost effective, and with better speakers to boot.
M. Y. "Photographer | Outdoor Enthusiast | Tech Pro"
My Sonos Play:1 system and the bridge that came with it for free are great.
S. Woodruff

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

170 of 178 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Schenker VINE VOICE on July 13, 2010
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A few months ago, I decided to upgrade my music system. I began looking at CD "jukeboxes" that could load my entire collection. Along the way, I discovered the world of wireless music systems, and began researching them. Sonos seemed to be well-received, so I finally made the decision to purchase a ZoneBridge and a ZonePlayer 120. This setup has fulfilled every expectation I had for a new music system, and more. It's an easy and pleasant way to listen to music you already own, and to discover new music.

Below is my review of all the main benefits I see to this amazing system.

1. System Setup
Sonos offers many hardware options, but they all have a few things in common. A Sonos ZoneBridge connects to your computer - it "indexes" music on your hard drive and connects to the Internet for music services (more on that later), then it beams all this to a ZonePlayer, which is hooked up to speakers somewhere else in your home. It creates a wireless network dedicated just to music and does not interfere with other wireless devices. You can add more ZonePlayers, and they all pick up the same wireless signal and allow you to listen to your collection in multiple locations throughout your home.

The ZonePlayer 120 has standard jacks for directly connecting speakers. You can also hook up an ethernet cable, if you want to stream music through a wire instead of using the wireless signal. Finally, the ZonePlayer 120 allows you to connect an analog device using standard RCA cables. For my setup, I just hooked up two speakers.

To get ready for this system, you must rip all your physical CDs into a music library. This is the most time-consuming part of the process. But there is nothing unusual here.
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This review was originally posted for the PLAY:1, but I'm modifying it for the BRIDGE since the review applies to both products.

I just purchased a home and was looking into having it wired for whole-house audio. Looking into multi-room systems on Amazon, it was apparent to me that it wouldn't be cheap: cost of the speakers, controllers, PLUS cost of running wires throughout the house. When I saw the SONOS PLAY:1 and BRIDGE promotions, I found its wireless solution to be more cost effective, and with better speakers to boot. Below are the pros and cons that led me to decide for the Sonos system.

NOTE: a Sonos BRIDGE is NOT needed to use the PLAY:1/3/5, etc. See the INSTALLATION section of this review. The BRIDGE is primarily used to extend Sonos' wireless range at lower cost than additional speakers.

PROS
- Hi-Fi. Speakers sound better than the multi-room, wired systems I looked at for less than $500.

- Resale Value. Wired speakers don't add much resale value to your house. So, why spend $1000s, only to leave the audio system behind when you sell the property or move? With wireless, I could take my expensive speakers with me to my new home.

- Freedom to move around.
With wireless, you are free to take the speakers anywhere you want throughout the whole house. For neighborhood block parties, I could even hook up the speakers to an extension cord out to the street, and stream music from my home. Or take it outside to your backyard. They are moisture-proof, but I wouldn't use them as permanent outdoor speakers unless you enclose them in protective casings.

NOTE on wireless: each SONOS component is its own wireless client and repeater. Sonos wireless is a private, wireless "mesh" system, separate from your home WiFi.
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60 of 68 people found the following review helpful By dblhoya on January 17, 2010
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I initially bought this because my router and my stereo were on opposite sides of my living room. It worked great and didn't take up much room at all. After I moved, I was able to attach one of the ZonePlayers directly to the stereo, and I discovered I could use the ZoneBridge as an access point to provide wired ethernet ports at the other end of my house from my wireless router. I have a wired network printer that I can now put anywhere I want and use over the wireless network. Considering the price of other products designed specifically for this purpose, it's actually a pretty good deal for that as well! Since other reviews make it clear that it works well for its intended function, I thought I would mention this unexpected bonus feature.
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77 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Cosmic Renardo on September 12, 2010
I bought a bridge and a player in order to play my iTunes music library from my computer (which is in a basement office) to powered speakers set up on our outdoor patio. The actual distance between the bridge/router and the player is maybe 30 meters but I live in Switzerland where houses typically have brick or concrete internal walls. The wireless signal reached the outdoor player at first but dropped out after a few minutes. After that, the player couldn't be located on the system. I tried moving it around to places where it might better "see" the signal but with no effect. I brought it inside to the living room and it worked only if the player was right beside an open door. Here the distance from the bridge is maybe 20 meters. If I put it beside my stereo in order to use my stereo's speakers, it's invisible, I assume because the stereo is in a corner of the room that creates a "shadow" where the wireless can't reach. So I guess I'll have to wire up a network connection to the player and forget about the wireless, which is why I bought the system in the first place.

Also, to connect computer speakers to a Sonos player requires a special cinch adapter that you need to buy separately. That was not really explained anywhere on the website.

After reading a lot of the positive reviews and visiting the company website, I was under the impression that the Sonos wireless system was somehow more powerful than the wireless signal in my existing system. But I would say it's actually a weaker signal, since I can easily use my laptop wirelessly on my balcony but the Sonos system doesn't transmit that far.

So take all the "easiest to use" stuff with a grain of salt. Once again, if you're not a real techie, these solutions are rarely as easy to use as many claim, in my opinion.
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