Sonos Speakers – Wireless Music Listening Enhanced

With Sonos Play 3, Play 5, Subwoofer, and Bridge; your music collection comes alive wirelessly and seamlessly throughout your home or office.

Music is a companion to us in every setting. With growing space to store our music; it’s even more difficult to be without it. Now nearly all devices have the option/app to play music. They also have wi-fi capabilities which broaden how you can play and share your music.

Sonos is capitalizing on the digital music revolution. With the Sonos Wireless HiFi System; which includes two speakers, a subwoofer, a networking bridge and of course an app listening to your music library is faster and easier. The apps are free.

Sonos Controller
This is the command station. Using the apps or PC/Mac; you can control the speakers and your music library. The free app is available on iOS, Android (Google Play) and Amazon App Stores. I love that you can play the same song on all your Sonos speakers; or you can play a different one on each speaker.

Sonos Bridge
The Sonos Bridge is a good idea if you’re getting multiple Sonos speakers. It extends the wireless signal between the speakers if you’re placing them at very far distances from each other. The setup is easy; you just connect it to your router; and all your Sonos players are linked. With the two-port Ethernet switch you can bring internet connectivity to your other devices (game consoles, drives, etc.) Price $49

Sonos Play 3
The Play 3 is Sonos more subtle speaker. It’s meant for the smaller rooms in your house; such as the kitchen, home office, or bathroom. You can position it vertically or horizontally. What’s cool about is that it has an internal sensor that modifies the sound depending which position you place it in. You can create stereo sound by placing two speakers on each channel (left and right). The Sonos Play 3 speakers are $299

Sonos Play 5
The Play 5 is the Sonos powerful speaker. With many internal components; it delivers full sound. The Play 5 has five integrated speakers that are powered by five digital amplifiers (two tweeters, two mid-range drivers and one subwoofer driver). The Play 3 doesn’t have a subwoofer. The sound on the Play 5 is deep and rich. While it’s a big speaker; it saves space of having a couple of little speakers and a sub. This powerful speaker is $399

Sonos Sub
The Sonos Sub has two force-cancelling speakers positioned face-to-face. While the sub is incredibly powerful; it doesn’t vibrate. It sits perfectly still on the stand. The sound comes in extremely clear but no vibration (on the outside). It has a very nice modern looking body. Very nice to look at. The performance matches it well.