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SONOS PLAY:3 Smart Speaker for Streaming Music (Black)
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- Three custom-designed drivers with dedicated amplifiers.
- Trueplay tuning delivers sound that's true to the music and right for the room.
- Control all your music and streaming services, including Prime Music, from a single app.
- Uses your WiFi for easy set up. Expand your system over time.
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Sonos PLAY:3 | Immersive HiFi sound. Serious room-filling power.
Two mid-range drivers and one tweeter, each with a dedicated amp, and a bass radiator
The PLAY:3 provides pure, clean sound that is perfect for bringing room-filling music to a kitchen, bedroom, office, or just about any room in your home. A bass radiator produces powerful low notes while two mid-range drivers and one tweeter fill out the sound. Go vertical, go horizontal, hide it on a shelf, or mount it on the wall.
Start with any Sonos speaker and start streaming your favorite music. Continue to add as many Sonos speakers as you want throughout your home, wirelessly.
- Two custom-designed drivers with dedicated amplifiers
- Trueplay tuning delivers sound that's true to the music and right for the room
- Control all your music and streaming services from a single app
- Uses your WiFi. Easy to set up and expand your system over time
- Designed to withstand high-humidity
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.
Sound you can feel
Sonos speakers are built to fill your home with pure, immersive sound. With Trueplay, every song you've ever loved, or ever will, becomes a richer listening experience. Fresh sonic details emerge. You hear all your favorites, old and new, in more dynamic and vivid ways. And connect with your music on a deeper, more intense level.
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
Connect the Sonos PLAY:3 to power.
Connect to your home WiFi network using the free Sonos app.
Add more Sonos wireless speakers and enjoy music in every room in perfect sync.
Top Customer Reviews
Here's the problem with Sonos. Most of these reviews are worthless for a new customer as they have no concept what the various components do, how they fit together and what they should get! In fact, I will say that Sonos could significantly improve the messaging of their products. Think about it -- is a new customer going to have any idea what ZonePlayer or Bridge means. Even their website is quite confusing for someone new to all of this stuff. For example, they sell a ZonePlayer120 and ZonePlayer90, which have vastly different functionality. Sonos should just get rid of their marketing folks and hire some people from Apple to fix the messaging confusion. My advice for folks who want to learn more about Sonos is to find a friend with one or go to local stereo shop. Fortunately, the folks on the tech-side of Sonos know what the heck they are doing and why I give this 5 stars!
OK, I just bought a new Black Play:3 along with the Bridge. In a nutshell, here is probably all you need to know:
- Why... The Play:3 is essentially for folks who want to listen to their digital music through a high-quality speaker system that is wirelessly connected to sources of music. Typically, the music is coming from your computer's library (e.g., iTunes) or some internet service such as Pandora or TuneIn (internet radio). How do you control all of this -- by using one of their nifty free apps which run on iPhones, iPod Touch, Androids, iPads (with more to come).
- The Play:3 is your speaker component where sound comes out of. The only connection to worry about is AC power. The beauty of this is that you can move your speaker anywhere in your house at will just as you would with a clock radio.Read more ›
When we wanted to add music to our house, multiple people in my neighborhood said that hands down, we needed to use Sonos. The reasons why, as I've discovered, are pretty simple:
1. it plays anything / everything. from my iTunes/MP3 library on my computer, to local radio, to pandora, to SiriusXM, to MOG, to accepting the audio from my TV or other sources, Sonos plays every source I have. Plus, since it picks up audio from our home network/internet, it seems to be pretty future proof.
2. the user interface is super simple, even for non techies. using an iPod/iPhone/iPad or a computer (PC or mac), literally, 3 touches and the right music is playing for hours and even days. We put the usability to the test this weekend when my parents (in their 80s visited), and they picked it up right away.
3. Setting it up is super simple. there is no programming - it's the equivalent of the old clock radios I grew up with. I just plugged in the Bridge (i.e. to "bridge" from your network to the sonos device(s)) to the wall and my router, pressed a button on the top of the bridge and tapped on the controller (for me it was my iPad), and boom - the system was on my network and ready to stream music. It even searched my network and found our iTunes libraries.Read more ›
If you are new to Sonos, read up on how it works before you jump in. To be brief it is a separate wireless network from your existing wifi. Unlike your wifi router each "node" or Sonos Component is a broadcaster, so whenever you place a new component in your home you expand out the network's range.
Because it is a separate network it needs to be wired to your existing router to connect to the internet as well as the rest of your home network. You can do this at any node, but if none are convenient you can buy the Sonos Bridge (or get it free via promotion) to act as a new node that connects to your existing network.
The sound system is controlled by applications that you download on your phone, tablet or computer. The Android application can connect via the Sonos network, but the rest will need to be connected to your network via Ethernet cable or existing wifi.
I set up a two zone system with a Play:3 in my bedroom and a Play:5 in my kitchen/living room. Setup was relatively quick and easy. I got the bridge and Play:5 set up in my bedroom with no problems, but when I went to move the Play:5 to the kitchen it could not re-connect. I quickly realized it was from interference at the bridge, which was right next to my computer tower and wifi-router. I cut the head off a nail and mounted the Bridge to the wall behind my monitors and the wireless connection has been great. Setting up the Play:3 was quite easy, and took only a few minutes while I was doing something else.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome! I have allot of Sonos items and it's all fantastic! Very easy set up in 2 minutes. The sound is great!! This is the way to go, fisher Bluetooth or cablesPublished 2 days ago by Chris F.
We have 4 Sonos speakers in the house. These are very easy to setup and very flexible for programming to play the same of different selections in different rooms.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
I am disgusted with SONOS. Everytime I turn it on, I have to fiddle with it to get it to play. Just now, today, I have spent a haLF hour trying to get it to work, and I finally... Read morePublished 11 days ago by photodude
My only question is... Why didn't I buy this sooner? Just a spectacular sounding speaker with a nice app interface.Published 14 days ago by David L. Rodriguez
Hate it. Try and reconnect them after moving them. Can't use the ITunes app directly. Big mistake buying this product.Published 16 days ago by 860502