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Sonos PLAY:1 2-Room Wireless Smart Speakers for Streaming Music - Starter Set Bundle (Black), Works with Alexa
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- Works with Alexa for voice control (Alexa device sold separately)
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The 2 Room Starter Set is the perfect way to start your Sonos system. Experience the magic of Sonos by filling two rooms of music with two PLAY:1s. The 2 Room Starter Set includes 2 PLAY:1 speakers - a compact wireless speaker that delivers deep, crystal clear HiFi sound. Wirelessly stream your entire iTunes or Amazon Cloud Player library, favorite music services, and thousands of radio stations from around the world through the compact wireless speaker. The PLAY:1's sleek, versatile design easily fits anywhere your home needs music, for surprisingly big sound no matter how tight the spot. Place a PLAY:1 speaker in each room you want music, and enjoy rich listening right out of the box. Set it up simply, and expand until every room in your home is packed with music; play a different song in each room or the same song in perfect synchronization. And control it all from your Android device, iPhone or iPad using the free Sonos CONTROL app. The 2 Room Starter Set is an incredible value and only available for a limited time, so start your Sonos system today. There's never been a better time to fill your home with music.
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(1) for this price point, they should also be Bluetooth capable because they do not play from the computer (i.e., no watching movies on the computer and playing through the speakers). This is a huge limitation and really it's quite surprising they don't just add his feature as it is inexpensive.
(2) limited grouping options. You can play all speakers or just some speakers, but there should be groups you can preset and choose for that event or space without having to add and subtract each time you listen. For example, there should be an option to create "upstairs" and "downstairs" or "party" and "TV only". You have to customize it each time. Lighting systems already do this and it's a simple fix but apparently customers have been complaining about this for two years and songs hasn't made a move to address this basic problem.
I compared the Bose Soundtouch 300 and Sonos. Sonos had more clarity for me. Bose is still a great sound just thought the Sonos had a little more clarity and the bass was not as strong, which I prefer.
I kept investigating and researching to make sure everything I wanted to do was possible. Found out my TV was to old and pass through Dolby or DTS. Once I solved that, and a few minor questions as to what was possible, I was on my way.
A few months later I got this system and a new LG B7A television. The LG has true pass through and automatically switches straight to the Sonos without any lag. I also have the system linked to Alexa and Amazon Music without any problems. Alexa instantly recognized the system without any additional set up or adding to the app.
Only con is that the LG remote is not infrared so I control the sound through a separate fire tablet, on my iPhone, or via Alexa. Can't really ding Sonos for for a non-infrared remote from a TV manufacturer.
I also hooked up the PlayStation and it sounds amazing as well. Really brings the games to life better than my last system. And no wires to string all over the house. 4 plugs and done (TV, sound bar, base, PlayStation).
The night mode makes a huge difference when watching at night. The sound level stays perfect and does not travel last the open living room. However, it sounds almost too loud.
Click the enhanced speech mode and you can hear those soft voice conversations.
I have read the other comments and really don't know what they are talking about. I am an Apple nut, but I don't have Apple TV. I did have a Roku but don't need it anymore because the LG has everything already built in. I steam everything through Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, or other services.
I have all my music services coming through Alexa, so no need to add them to the Sonos app. Just tell it what to play and on what group to play it. Alexa plus Sonos, and you simplified your life. Then again those reviews were written several years ago.
If you want an amazing system that is simple to set set up, keeps getting better through continuous updates, and is expendable, then this is what you want. Forget the rest as you will wast your money on other systems.
The SONOS PLAY speakers are small but quite powerful. I use two in one room and was astonished by the stereo separation and the fantastic sound they provide. Coming from the days of the large components (speakers that could pass for end tables/ tuners/ amplifiers, etc.) it is almost impossible to believe that something this compact can deliver a better sound than the top-of-the-line stereo units did.
The lack of a star? The set-up. I read, on-line, that some found the set-up to be easy (the QUICK START GUIDE (the only one included) lists only 3 steps) but everything about the set-up was confusing. It had difficulties finding my Wi Fi, refused the 5G version of it and gave me a few confusing messages before it finally was ready for use.
Having an ALEXA ECHO SHOW, I erroneously assumed that the speakers would immediately link to it (in the ALEXA app, I did enable SONOS). No such luck. These are ALEXA + SPEAKERS all in one unit which, I suppose is OK but I cannot understand why the ALEXA ECHO SHOW found a BOSE bluetooth speaker without any problems but not these. Go figure and SONOS does not make it clear or give you any literature to understand.
But the excellent separation and sound is too wonderful not to love these speakers. Once I enabled AMAZON MUSIC and TUNE-IN RADIO, I had a world of stereo music surrounding me.
UPDATE: Did I say WOW? Well, it holds true and it seems that each time I play them, I am more amazed at the fantastic sound these small speakers provide. And the separation between the right and left speakers is nothing short of what you would expect from a much higher priced system. After the aggravation of the set-up (which could have been a lot easier if a detailed set of instructions had been included and some customer support), these speakers have won me over!