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SONOS CONNECT:AMP Wireless Amplifier for Streaming Music
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- Turns your favorite speakers into a music streaming Sonos system
- A powerful Class-D digital amplifier powers large or small speakers with 55W per channel.
- Control all your music and streaming services, including Prime Music, from a single app.
- Uses your WiFi, so it's easy to set up and expand your system over time.
- Connect to permanently installed patio or poolside speakers for non-stop outdoor listening.
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Review from Home Theater Magazine
Review from HomeTheaterMag.com: SonosIt'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 HomeTheaterMag.com.
From the Manufacturer
Sonos CONNECT:AMP Wireless Amplifier for Streaming Music
Stream music to your favorite speakers
The Sonos CONNECT:AMP turns your speakers into a music streaming Sonos system. Just attach the CONNECT:AMP to your bookshelf, floor-standing, outdoor, or in-ceiling speakers. Stream all the music on earth wirelessly to any room--no receiver needed.
Enjoy powerful sound with a state-of-the-art Class D digital amplifier delivering 55 watts per channel. Optimize sound performance for each room using room-specific bass, treble, balance, and loudness controls, and adjust room volume in groups or individually. Play alone, or link to other Sonos music players in your home--and control everything from your smartphone or tablet using free apps available for iPhone, iPad, and Android.
- A powerful Class-D digital amplifier powers large or small speakers with 55W per channel
- Control all your music and streaming services from a single app
- Uses your WiFi, easy to set up and expand your system over time
- Connect to permanently installed patio or poolside speakers for non-stop outdoor listening
This is Sonos
The smart speaker system
Sonos speakers combine built-in sensors and smart software to make your listening experience easy. Every speaker is simple to set up, no technical skills needed. Regular software updates with new features and services make sure your speakers just keep getting smarter, for as long as you own them.
One app does it all
The free Sonos app gathers all your favorite music and streaming services together in one place. Use your smartphone or tablet to quickly find the songs you love on your streaming services or in your own digital library, then choose the rooms where you want to listen and control all the playback settings on a room-by-room basis.
All your music, in any room
Play a different song in the living room, bedroom, even bathroom, or the same track in every room. Access your personal music library. Stream Apple Music, Prime Music, or other music services, and over 100,000 Internet radio stations from around the world. The Sonos app lets you find, play, control, and explore your music, your way.
Easy to setup
Start with Sonos CONNECT:AMP connected to your speakers.
Connect to your home WiFi network using the free Sonos app.
Enjoy music in every room, in perfect sync.
|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||✓||✓|
Top Customer Reviews
To start with, about six months ago I installed one Sonos Connect:Amp for my outdoor speakers around our pool, and it has worked very well for us. I have it connected to four outdoor speakers around our pool, the kind that look like rocks.
I used 10 gauge outdoor wire to connect the Sonos to the outdoor speakers -- the kind that is used for outdoor lighting and is designed to be buried. This wire is made from finely stranded copper, and is easy to work with. So the Connect:Amp is loaded to 4 ohms (two 8 ohm speakers on each channel), and it works well. More than loud enough for us.
This got me thinking that Sonos Connect:Amp units would greatly simplify our whole home audio system. Our home was previously equipped with a very expensive, high-end, whole home audio system that is not user friendly.
But the speakers were good quality Boston Acoustics ceiling mounted speakers, all wired back to the equipment in our a/v equipment room at one end of the house.
Previously we had to use a control that is installed on the wall in each room that has a set of speakers to select the audio source (CD player with 5 CD tray, ReQuest Audio Server (photos attached), and iPod), change volume, turn on or off, etc, but we had to go to another place to select the music. I would rather be able to control all parts of the system from one place, and our phones, tablets, and computers are the perfect way to do this using the Sonos app. I have attached a photo of that control device -- it is the device with 12 buttons.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
We setup 12 zones. 11 of the zones are ZP120 and one zone is an S5. The 11 ZP120s are in the central closet. The S5 is in the study and I also put a ZP90 wireless bridge upstairs near an outside wall to extend the wireless signal (to the upstairs and the outdoors).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Drives my bookshelf speakers nicely. I have a separate sub so I don't need high power. I'm very satisfied with the sound that this amp can produce.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
these things are so solid I just bought my 5th and 6th ones. So quick to set up music through my whole house not only with existing speakers (which these power) but new Play3, 5... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Tom Gibbons
This is the second unit I purchased. The first one is still working after 5 years.
I have one unit powering my patio speakers and the second is in my office connected... Read more
We’ve been satisfied users of SONOS system now for more than five years, using it almost daily with no problems with any component. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Aphrael
Here is my giant SONOS review it will have information on other speakers and such but this way you can make an informed decision on what to buy and how things work. Read morePublished 2 months ago by V. M. Coniglio III
I had an Onkyo receiver which gave me nothing but problems. I dumped it and purchased the Sonos connect. I have never been so happy. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JERRY GARCIA