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SONOS BRIDGE for Sonos Wireless Network (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Not required to set up your Sonos wireless speaker
- Provides a solution for homes where Wi-Fi doesn't reach all rooms
- Plugs into your Wi-Fi router to create a dedicated wireless network for your Sonos system
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BRIDGE | The instant setup solution for your Sonos
Connect the Sonos BRIDGE to your Internet router and wirelessly link every Sonos player in your house. Just connect a BRIDGE to your router using a standard Ethernet cable. Then, a simple button press will start SonosNet, a secure, AES-encrypted, peer-to-peer wireless mesh network that enables all other Sonos products to control and play music wirelessly.
BRIDGE gives you the flexibility to place your Sonos components in any room of the house and connect them all wirelessly. It's the ideal solution for installing a Sonos Multi-Room Music System in homes with less accessible routers, and allows you to extend the range of your existing network to expand your Sonos wireless music coverage.
Connect the BRIDGE so your Sonos players can work wirelessly
Wireless speakers for any room
Available in a range of sizes and versatile enough to put anywhere, Sonos speakers offer rich, room-filling sound. Start with one, add more over time to fill your home with music.
Wireless home theater
With four versatile performers--PLAYBAR, SUB, and a pair of rear speakers--you've got immersive 5.1 sound. And with it the power to play anything and make it sound amazing.
Make your Wi-Fi go HiFi
- Connect the BRIDGE to a router to set up your Sonos wireless network
- Sonos music players can go anywhere and work wirelessly
- Perfect for homes with less accessible routers
- Extend the range of your existing network
What is Sonos?
Set up Sonos with the push of a button. The unique technology from Sonos brings your entire home audio system together on 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 smartphone, tablet, or computer 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.
What's in the Box?
- Sonos BRIDGE Wireless Transmitter
- AC Power Cord
- Ethernet Cable
- Quickstart Guide
Stream all the music on Earth
With a sleek interface and streamlined search, the controller app from Sonos makes it easier than ever to play the music you love today and discover the music you will love tomorrow.
Compatible with Android, iPad, iPhone, Mac and PC devices, play the same song in every room, in perfect sync--or play different music in every room--from any source.
Easy to Setup
Connect Home Network
Connect the BRIDGE to your home internet router.
Plug in your speaker
Plug your Sonos speaker in to the nearest power outlet.
Get The Sonos App
The Sonos Controller App lets you connect and configure new devices, including the Sonos speakers. You can download the app for Android, iPhone, iPad, Mac, PC.
With the BRIDGE, Sonos music players can go anywhere and work wirelessly. (Speakers sold separately)
Top Customer Reviews
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 ›
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.
- 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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Easy to set up out of the box, corrected the connection issues we experience in our home with the Sono's system.Published 9 days ago by Kevin Daly
Not even sure if I needed it, but it seems to be working as expected. Don't really notice that my wifi is any faster now that the Sonos speakers have this to work from.Published 24 days ago by Katoom
We had a problem with our upstairs Sonos speaker not picking up the signal. It would not work at all until we installed the bridge. Solved the problem completely,.Published 1 month ago by MinnieB