12/16/2013, This post is brought to you by Sonos When Sonos asked us what kind of objects or places we would associate their Sonos:Play1 WiFi speaker with (read our hands-on with the Play:1), a rush of ideas came to mind. It’s not easy to choose since the Sonos is a very compact speaker that can be used to stream music directly from the local network or web services in any place […]
10/29/2013, Noise-canceling headphones aren’t exactly a new technology as many of us have made it through their day with the ability to listen to their tunes and nothing else around them. The problem with noise-canceling headphones is if you’re using them at home to drown out sounds coming from outside, you might miss some important sounds such as a fire alarm, the FedEx guy ringing your doorbell or your wife ordering […]
10/14/2013, Sonos has just launched Sonos Play:1, their latest, most compact and most affordable wireless speaker which has been designed to be very competitive in terms of power/size and affordability. It is a compact wireless audio system, but if you compare it with many other speakers, the size in itself isn’t impressively small. And that’s where the powerful audio comes in. The Play:1 sound is powerful and sounds quite nice with […]
03/19/2013, For folks who are familiar with Sonos and some of the devices that they have on offer, chances are pretty good that you are familiar with Sonos’ decision to cease all production of the matte black SUB. Well, needless to say when Sonos started to plan for the SUB product, their in-house estimates pointed out the fact that the Matte SUB would be a whole lot more affordable to produce […]
02/12/2013, We caught wind of the Sonos Playbar a few months ago thanks to FCC filing leaks, but today, Sonos is making things official. The Sonos Playbar features nine drivers inside of it, three of which are tweeters while the remaining six are mid-range drivers. The Playbar has a modern one-piece design, is made of a combination of a matte cloth exterior and aluminum finishes, and can plug directly into your […]
08/09/2012, Good news to all audiophiles out there. Amazon has just announced that its Amazon Cloud Player is now available on any Sonos Wireless HiFi System. So if you’ve got a pretty neat collection of songs from your favorite artists on Amazon’s Cloud, then you can now play that funky music on any Sonos Wireless HiFi System. Amazon Cloud Player for Sonos allows users to play, search, and control your music […]
05/23/2012, Sonos is a company who are best known for creating wireless speaker systems. One of the perks of their products is that they tend to be space savers, which thanks to the wireless technology will allow them to be placed pretty much anywhere in the room. However that also means that larger and more dedicated components such as the subwoofer have typically been left out of the equation – at […]
04/05/2012, If you own any of Sonos’ music systems and have bought the dedicated remote control, the Sonos Control, well come 31st May the company has announced that they will be discontinuing the product. This won’t affect current users who have the Sonos Control, but for those looking for a way of controlling their Sonos music systems will have to turn to their smartphones, tablets or laptops. However given the fact […]
11/30/2011, Sonos System Software 3.6 has just been launched and it is accompanied by an updated Android app: Sonos Controller for Android supports Android tablets and smartphones. Many devices are supported, but Sonos has mentioned the following hardware: the Kindle Fire, HTC Flyer, Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab and Sony Tablet S. Besides that, Sonos now works with Slacker Radio – at least in the USA and Canada. If you don’t […]
11/18/2011, Sonos, creators of wireless HiFi products hadan important announcement to make recently. The company has announced that its ZonePlayer 90 and ZonePlayer 120 products have been renamed to CONNECT and CONNECT:AMP respectively. The award-winning products by the company will remain the same, with the only difference being the name change which helps consumers by simply being more descriptive of their roles.
09/09/2011, Bose and Apple seem to go hand in hand, with Apple retail stores and its online store displaying many of Bose’s products that range from earphones to headphones and computer speakers. As harmonious as their relationship may seem, it looks like Bose may have plans to take on Apple’s AirPlay and Sonos in terms of wireless streaming of music to speakers.
07/20/2011, Sonos has released Play:3, a new speaker system that will drive its offering below $300. The Play 3 has three internal spakers (hence its name) and is smaller than many (if not most) speaker systems for iPhone/iPod. At this price point, the Sonos become a real alternative for smartphone users. It’s even better because it works with Android devices and computers as well. If you are not familiar with the […]
06/02/2011, Sonos intends to introduce a smaller, self-contained alternative to the ZonePlayer S5, at least that is what we know from an FCC filing which was spotted recently. Chances are quite high that this will be known as the Play:3, where it seems destined to work with a nightstand – and not only that, it will most probably be a whole lot more budget-friendly compared to the S5 that costs a […]
04/19/2011, The time where iPhone users could brag about being the only ones to have the Sonos Controller is over. The Android version of the Sonos Controller is out, and it works beautifully. We have played with the Sonos System Software 3.4 which adds support for Airplay (iOS) and Android. John MacFarlane (Sonos’ CEO) gave us an upbeat demo of the new functions. The Android app is very important for Sonos, […]