Sonos Connect - Wireless Home Audio Receiver Component for Streaming Music - White
|Model Name||SONOS CONNECT|
|Item Weight||1.5 Pounds|
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- The simple streaming update to your stereo or receiver. Add connect to stream with your existing stereo then easily expand your Sonos system to more rooms
- Enjoy music, podcasts, audiobooks, and internet radio with your amplified audio equipment. You can also stream vinyl, CDs, and stored audio files to Sonos speakers in other rooms of your home
- The Sonos app brings all your streaming services together, so you can get to the music you want quicker and control the sound in every room
- Use the line in to connect your turntable, or play music straight from a friend's phone on your stereo. Auto-switching 100-240 V, 50-60 hertz AC universal input
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|Item Dimensions||5.51 x 5.35 x 2.91 inches||1.61 x 5.43 x 5.43 inches||4.53 x 4.53 x 1.26 inches||14.33 x 6.06 x 8.03 inches||5.51 x 3.43 x 0.98 inches||5.50 x 5.50 x 1.70 inches|
|Item Weight||1.50 lbs||1.04 lbs||6.72 ounces||—||5.82 ounces||0.80 lbs|
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. Analogue audio input.
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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.
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I'm glad I did!
I have a Klipsch Soundbar SB-3 with Bluetooth wireless Subwoofer connected with Optical from my Sony Tv. Sound is great, sub is strong!
Gradually I've purchased a few Play:1 speakers, I have 3 now, one in my bathroom and 2 in the bedroom.
After looking at several reviews and doing research it seemed unlikely to be able to bring the Sonos speakers into my 2.1 home cinema experience to create 5.1, for obvious reasons, Sonos places it's products smartly and forces you to buy a Playbar and Sub.
Since I wasn't ready to put down 1.400 bucks for 2 products I already have, I looked into the Connect.
It literally took me 10 minutes to install and I have beautiful room filling sound from my soundbar+sub combined with the Play:1's.
With some tweaking of settings here and there, I also got the TV sound to play over all the speakers at once.
Now, I'm extremely allergic to any delay between TV image and sound, which is what I was most worried about, also delay between different speakers is something I wouldn't accept.
There is a verrrrry insignificant delay between the video and audio, so little that I can live with it.
There is none at all between the speakers.
Here's how everything is connected:
TV to Connect - Headphones out to RCA in
Connect to Klipsch - Optical
Klipsch SB to Sub: Bluetooth
Connect to Play:1: Wifi (none of my speakers is hardwired so all relies on the existing wifi network
I almost cannot believe that it works as good as it does since there's so much variables and different connections, but it sounds amazing!
- Of course, sincee the input from TV to Connect is analog and the Connect does not enrich the sound, I do not have 5.1 surround coming out of the speakers but just stereo.
However, the way the speakers are placed and the crystal clear sound still make for a thrilling experience in movies.
- When I'm streaming HD on the tv, there are some minor disruption in the sound from the Play:1's. Not a surprise considering what I'm asking the wifi to do all at once, so I'm afraid another investment is on the way - a Sonos Boost.
All in all, great product to connect non Sonos with Sonos speakers.
Also the steep price for a seemingly simple task, connecting, seems justified by the fact it is smart enough to synchronize the sound to the mili second while over compeltely different connections (wifi vs optical)
Brilliant and I'm $1.050,- richer :)
Squeezebox = super squirrely. However, when it DID work, the sound was superb. That's why I stuck with it for so long. But all good things come to an end (especially with Logitech), so I selected the Sonos unit as a Squeezebox replacement.
Setup was incredibly simple and immediately successful (if you've ever set up a Squeezebox, you'll certainly appreciate the Sonos). I pointed it to my Network-Attached-Storage (NAS) device and it immediately began scanning it for music files (it currently holds around 65,000). After a bit under an hour, it finished the job, and everything appeared in the Sonos app.
The Squeezebox would sometimes object to being on Wi-Fi when the NAS was wired, and vice versa. The Sonos didn't care; it immediately made itself known on the network and it immediately recognized my NAS (a Synology Diskstation 213j with twin two-terabyte "red" Western Digital drives).
Sound quality: Others have complained about the quality of the DAC (digital-to-analog converter) inside the Sonos. I can't speak to that because I bypassed it entirely by using a digital connection between it and my Denon receiver. If your receiver accepts digital input, this is definitely the way to go.
The sound quality of the Sonos is identical to the Squeezebox -- not surprising since I used a digital connection to the Squeezebox as well. I can tell you that the digitally delivered sound is considerably better than that delivered analog-fashion via a cheap RCA cable (or even a "top of the line" audio cable). When it comes to moving digitally encoded music from source to receiver, skipping analog altogether is definitely the way to go.
Price: Way too high. I agree with others who have pointed out that there's no reason for this unit to be as pricey as it is. It's a small plastic box with electronics inside. No knobs, no mechanics (other than three buttons on the front). Nothing really justifies the cost.
Except for the fact that we keep paying it. The unit is reliable (so far), the interface is solid (so far), and it elegantly solves the problem of delivering locally sourced files to your sound system. The fact that it seamlessly integrates with other music services (which the Squeezebox did not) is also a delight. Before the Sonos, I used my Echo Dot connected via an analog cable to my receiver; now I can do the same thing digitally through the Sonos. The sound coming from Amazon music is now far superior.
An admittedly pricey solution that does its job well. Definitely recommended.
"In May the following products in your system will be classified as legacy and no longer receive software updates and new features. This will affect your listening experience. "
Thousands of $ spent on a system needing to be replaced.
This is a Sonos SCAM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I have a house full of Sonos gear and I will not be buying any more.
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Sonos keeps on getting better and look at the huge range of streaming services available on their service. I love the flexibility of the Connect.